Meadhon House

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

Hello and Goodbye...

A travel blog entry by travellingted

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... more rewarding prospect, will get a visit sooner, rather than later. Not a County, but a Country will be crossed into today and provides a momentus uplifting experience, such landmarks give us a feeling of achievement.

Northwards are the Scottish borders and a desire to get amongst them burns within us, these hills and fells compliment each other and give a very ordered effect. In the distance two hills with a small 'sidekick' stand out and ...

Phase 13 Day 4

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart

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... being out in the open on the higher hills. Lunch eaten we headed down to Nether Hindhope and out along the Kale Water Valley towards Tow Ford. The views along the valley with the meandering water had a very calming influence, one of tranquillity and at one with the nature that surrounded us. The hills to the right were stunning, Hindhope, Woden Law and Hangingshaw Hill. We turned left onto Dere St, crossing the ford at Tow Law before heading up passed the Outdoor Centre and the Roman camp ...

The Queen, the watch and the mole

A travel blog entry by 35mph

We're going to cross the paths of Mary Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charlie and others a number of times on this trip. The keys to Loch Leven Castle at Abbotsford played a big part in Mary's story and in Jedburgh she nearly died after riding 40 miles to see wounded The Earl of Bothwell at Hermitage Castle who may or may not have been her lover at this time. She married him a year later though God knows why as by all accounts he seems ...

Day 39 - Cuthbert's latest miracle - Fray Bentos

A travel blog entry by debandkeith

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... of mouth, thank you Kay.

By 9.30 we have paid and thanked our charming hosts. Leaving our packs for the moment in the hall, we headed off to officially visit Melrose Abbey. This wonderful old building is today a magnificent ruin still, and a powerful sign of Melrose's importance in times gone by. A Monastery was established in the early 600's by St. Aiden of Lindisfarne, thus establishing Melrose's connection with the famed St. Cuthbert. ...

Border Abbeys

A travel blog entry by elaqid

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... of any historical significance but more of a whim of it's creator who wanted to honor him. It is still a fitting tribute to a great Scot. Since we had spent so much time in the area and were definitely not keeping to our planned route (too much planned for today), we decided to go visit the Smailholm Tower which was also in the area. This took us thru some very small two-way roads where our car barely fit!! Luckily we were the ...

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This hotel, located on 48 Castlegate, Jedburgh, is near Mary Queen of Scots House and Jedburgh Abbey.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding