Meadhon House spacer 48 Castlegate, Jedburgh
Scotland TD8 6BB
Tel/fax: 01835 862 504
Meadhon House rated "excellent" by 65 travellers  

We offer a range of luxurious, ensuite rooms with stunning views of historic Jedburgh.
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spacer Built in 1653, Meadhon House is the oldest house in the Castlegate. Along with its other claims to fame, it was used by Bonnie Prince Charlie horses on his ill fated ride south in 1745.

Miss Cruickshank, a young muse of Robert Burns came to Meadhon house as a new bride, she was the inspiration for "A rosebud by my early walk." and " A beauteous rosebud young and gay".

Arrivals & Departures

Check in time between 4 and 6pm. We would grateful for a call if you are going to be later so that we know to keep the room for you.

Guests are requested to vacate their rooms by 10.00am on the day of departure.

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spacer Meadhon House is found in the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh, which was once a residence of Scottish kings.

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48 Castlegate, Jedburgh
TD8 6BB, Scotland
Tel/Fax: 01835 862 504