Glenbank House Hotel

Castlegate, Jedburgh, Borders, Scotland, TD8 6BD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jedburgh

Hello and Goodbye...

A travel blog entry by travellingted

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Teddy wore his YELLOW jumper with a GREY scarf.

Start temp : 11.0c Finish temp 13.5 c

Distance walked 17.81 miles Time : 8 hours 43 minutes.

Gerry's Report...

From the tumble weed carpark, we cross the busy A68, one of the arteries which connects Scotland to England. It's a stiff climb through forest which gives way to areas which have been harvested. With short trunks showing this apocolyptic landscape could do with ...

Changeover Day 13

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart

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... 8 and 6. They are really amazing and I am absolutely thrilled that they are with us to share the journey. Thank you so much Claire, James and Ollie for coming across at this very special time and sharing in our journey. It will be wonderful having you walk with us over the next two days. Necessary items were emptied from the campervan, the fire lit and we settled down for a lovely evening. To David MPG-sorry you are unable to walk with us. Hope to catch up with you after the walk. ...

Phase 13 Day 4

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart

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... a fine drizzle keeping us cool. Across the hills we could see vapour rising from the forest looking like swirls of smoke which then dissipated in the breeze. The long and winding road took us close to the Border but we still had a few hundred metres to go along the Border County Ride until we reached the top fence. Again trees had been felled along this last part of the route through Redesdale, covering the path so the going was over tree roots and around water filled gullies ...

Day 38 - Byrness to Jedburgh

A travel blog entry by sueandjulie

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... Dere Street on its straight line for several miles across country into a lane leading into Jedburgh.

Dere Street runs from York to Edinburgh. It was conceived by Agricola (AD79-83) and was used, it is thought, to move troops around the district.

Jedburgh is a border town with a fine Abbey, Castle Jail and a house depicting the visit of Mary Queen of Scots – well worth a ...

Border Abbeys

A travel blog entry by elaqid

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... post to "control" the Scottish people of the area. It was captured by the scots and completely destroyed to avoid it being used once again by the british. The current building dates back to 1820 and was solely a prison.

From Jedburgh we continued our journey towards Melrose where we visited the Abbey also in ruins as a result of the wars with England. It too was built in the 12th century. The stones used are much more of ...

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This hotel, located on Castlegate, Jedburgh, is near Mary Queen of Scots House and Jedburgh Abbey.
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