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“Jedburgh is one of the four great abbeys established in the Scottish Borders in the 1100s. David I founded a priory here in 1138 and raised it to abbey status in 1154. ”
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“Upmarket restaurant. Very good food. Quite small - probably not somewhere for the children but brilliant for the adults.”
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“This is a typical scottish cosy bar , great for a whiskey and has a fire and usually a dog to pet . Can get busy at the weekends so dont expect a seat ”
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“Heading out of Otterburn towards Scotland (turn right rather than left into the village and then just keep going until you see a big blue and white flag!) the drive is stunning and Jedburgh is a pretty town with a couple of historical sites including a former lodgings of Mary Queen of Scots, impressive abbey and the old jail and castle. ”
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“hand made chocolates. Check out Oisin and the Antiques shop across the road too.”
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Clothing Store
“If visiting the Borders and the big Castles and Houses, take in a stop at the Woolen Mill for quality Scottish Woolens and Tartans and souviners.”
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