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Directions from Edinburgh (Approx 48 miles)

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Glenfriars House is superbly situated in the heart of Jedburgh. An ideal base to enjoy all that the Scottish Borders

has to offer, the property is situated in a peaceful corner of Scotland yet still within easy reach of Edinburgh and Newcastle, perfect for business and pleasure.

Directions from Newcastle (Approx 56 miles)

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Situated on either side of the Jed Water and with the A68 on its doorstep, the Royal
Burgh of Jedburgh offers direct access north to the Central Borders and Edinburgh, and south to Newcastle, a scenic route that cuts through the Cheviots and Northumberland National Park. Convenient access to Edinburgh is also available via the new Scottish Borders railway station at Tweedbank which is 20 minutes drive from Jedburgh and includes free all day parking.


Just ten miles from the border with England, Jedburgh is the gateway to Scotland – and the largest town in a 100 mile stretch of the A68 between Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Jedburgh has a strong sense of identity and a history that spans many centuries and the town centre is a conservation area that houses more than 130 listed properties, many of which are category A (buildings of national or international importance, either architectural or historic). History is also kept alive in wonderful old buildings and other
architectural wonders, such as Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum at the end of the town’s high street.

While there’s no denying the importance of history, Jedburgh people are also forward thinking and today's Jedburgh is a modern market town that has numerous speciality
shops and outlets, fine dining restaurants, coffee shops, antiques and arts & crafts, ensuring a steady flow of visitors. For those who love the outdoors, options include golf, horse riding, angling, cycling, walking and great places to visit such as Harestanes
Countryside Centre. Excellent restaurants can also be found on the doorstep, including Stuart's Bistro and The Capon Tree located in Jedburgh High Street and the renowned Albert Roux Roxburgh Hotel only 15 minutes drive away.

A market town steeped in history with a large range of local amenities and an excellent base to explore all that the Scottish Borders has to offer- Jedburgh really is a visitors favourite.

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