- 61 High St, Jedburgh TD8 6DQ
- 20 High St, Jedburgh TD8 6AQ
- 1 Abbey Pl, Jedburgh TD8 6BE
- 51 High St, Jedburgh TD8 6DQ
- 8 Exchange St, Oxnam, Jedburgh TD8 6BH
The town of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders is the traditional county town of the medieval county of Roxburghshire, the name of which was picked at random for Operation Jedburgh in support of the D-Day invasion.
Jedburgh can be found on a branch of the River Teviot called the Jed Water. The impressive remnants of Jedburgh Abbey can be seen here, just 10 miles (16 km) from the English border. Queen Mary’s Mansion, the now-museum Jedburgh Castle Prison, and the Jedburgh Library are among local landmarks. Also close by are the communities of Ancrum, Bairnkine, Bonjedward, Camptown, Crailing, Edgerston, Ferniehirst Castle, Nisbet, and Oxnam.
Jedburgh may be cut off from the train system, yet it is conveniently situated along major highways. The A68 connects you to both Edinburgh (48 miles/77 kilometers away) and Newcastle (58 miles/93 kilometers away). Hawick, Kelso, Selkirk, and Galashiels are all within 30 kilometers of one other, and Carlisle is 57 miles (92 km) away (30 km).
Drivers coming from Edinburgh and the Newcastle upon Tyne area will recognize Jedburgh as a major stop along the A68. Borders Buses operates service to and from Jedburgh.
Nick Watt, a native of Jedburgh and a journalist who has won an Emmy, recently anchored a Travel Channel documentary short on his hometown.
Hotels in Jedburgh
- Spread Eagle hotel
Address: 20 High St, Jedburgh TD8 6AG, United Kingdom
- Allerton house
Address: Oxnam Road, Jedburgh TD8 6QQ, United Kingdom
- Royal hotel
Address: 21-23 Canongate, Jedburgh TD8 6AN, United Kingdom
- Buccleuch arms
Address: The Green, St Boswells, Melrose TD6 0EW, United Kingdom
- Waverley castle Hotel
Address: Waverley Rd, Melrose TD6 9AA, United Kingdom
Universities in Jedburgh
- Jedburgh Campus
Address: 10 Hartrigge Cres, Jedburgh TD8 6HT, United Kingdom