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Boundary Bank Jedburgh

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Occupying a superb elevated position with views over the town and Jedburgh Abbey, this former 19th Century coach house has been given a new lease of life to create a delightful holiday home full of warmth and character. For those looking to combine the benefits of small town living with calm, peaceful surroundings, this will be a super choice.

Carefully redesigned to take full advantage of the views, the open plan living area is a wonderfully inviting space filled with natural light, balanced with original reclaimed doors, beams and flooring which respects the integrity of the original building.

The soft neutral colour scheme of the sitting room is enhanced by high quality furnishings and natural textures, including a deep double sofa and two buttery leather armchairs positioned to take advantage of both the cosy woodburner and the lovely open outlook over the terraced garden beyond.

In the kitchen, an original oak beam has been positioned to great effect to separate and define the living space from the kitchen area, yet it remains a sociable space for families and friends to cook, entertain, unwind and relax together.

Upstairs, ceilings and exposed beams have been painted white to maximise light and space and includes a generous master bedroom with charming Juliet balcony and lovely views, a twin bedroom and a large family bathroom.

Outside, there is a raised patio with garden furniture for relaxation or a summer barbecue, and a leisurely 5-10 minute walk from the bottom of the garden will take you to Jedburgh Abbey and directly into town.

Local amenities

The historic market town of Jedburgh with its magnificent 12th century abbey has a small selection of independent shops, including an excellent butchers shop and bakery as well as two small supermarkets for essential provisions. A drive of ten miles will take you to the picturesque town of Kelso where you will find a number of large supermarkets and also a monthly farmer’s market.

For eating out, the Capon Tree has a super varied menu with its popular steak night on a Thursday or try The Belters for its cosy pub atmosphere. The Caddy Mann Restaurant sits just outside Jedburgh (3 miles) and has an excellent reputation for excellent local fayre and warm ambient surroundings or alternatively you can enjoy a cosy fire and a fine cask ale at the Cross Keys Inn at Denholm. A little further down the road will take you to the Roxburghe Hotel where you can experience a little bit of food heaven in the Roux restaurant.

For a coffee and cake stop. the Woodside Garden (4 miles) and Main Street Trading are both lovely spots to while-away a few hours.

Activities and attractions

The property is incredibly well positioned for exploring attractions north and south of the border. The historic market town of Jedburgh with its magnificent 12th century abbey ruins is a fantastic spot for sightseeing. Here you can enjoy a cultural afternoon following in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns and William Wordsworth all of whom walked its ancient streets, or visit the 16th century Bastel house of Mary Queen of Scots or the fascinating 1820 Castle Jail.

You will find a leisure pool and fitness centre just a five minute walk from the property, and the town is home to an 18 hole golf course.

There are walks to suit all levels across the area from the relatively short town trail to more high energy treks with links to the Borders Abbey Way, Dere Street and the Southern Upland Way. A short 3 mile drive will take you to Harestanes Visitor Centre which features a busy events programme, art exhibitions, a craft centre and coffee shop, and a lovely selection of woodland walks and cycling trails from relaxed ambles to more energetic climbs. There are four walks which start and finish at the centre including access to St Cuthbert's Way, the stunning long-distance walking route which follows the legend of St. Cuthbert on his journey from Melrose to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne; or for amazing panoramic vistas across the Border heartlands, walkers can take a hike to Penielheugh, a 150 foot tower built between 1817 and 1824 to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo.

A little further along the road, the grounds and gardens of Monteviot House sit on the banks of the River Teviot where gardening enthusiasts will delight at the arboretum, rose garden, herbaceous shrub borders and water garden. The Woodside Garden Centre sits nearby which has a kitchen garden as well as a super RSPB wildlife garden.

Heading south, the Kielder Water and Forest Park is an easy drive (24 miles) and is home to the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. There is something for everyone here including water sports enthusiasts, cyclists, walkers, naturalists, artists, families and photographers. A highlight is the star gazing treat at the Kielder Observatory where you can view the outstanding dark skies of the Northumberland National Park using powerful telescopes and may be lucky enough to see passing comets or a stunning meteor shower.

Alternatively, a half-hour drive from the property will take you to Newcastleton, home to the outstanding 7Stanes mountain biking centre and Rock UK outdoor centre where you can experience a vast range of cycling trails, family adventure days, canoeing, climbing, zip rides, abseiling, walking and fishing.

Ten miles miles and thirteen miles will take you to two of the most picturesque towns in the Scottish Borders - Kelso, home to majestic Floors Castle, or Melrose with its charming array of independent shops, pubs and restaurants and the evocative remains of Melrose Abbey as the stunning backdrop.

For day trips slightly further afield, the cashmere mills at Hawick and Selkirk offer a good day out and the stunning Northumberland coast is an hour's drive away with miles of pristine sandy beaches to explore. Alternatively, the Georgian splendour of Edinburgh is an easy day trip by car.


The property sits on two floors and comprises:-

Ground floor

Entrance door leading directly in to the kitchen/open plan living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with a double oven, ceramic hob, integrated fridge, small dishwasher and microwave. There is an adjoining utility room with freezer and washing machine.

The sitting room has two large feature windows with double doors leading out to the patio terrace. There is a double sofa, two armchairs, a dining area with seating capacity for six, and a woodburning stove (initial basket of logs supplied). Technology includes a 43” flat screen TV with Freeview, Blueray DVD player, radio and docking station.

Cloakroom - with WC and basin.

First Floor

Bedroom one - master bedroom with zip and link beds which can be configured to 6’ superking or 3’ twin beds. Juliet balcony with views overlooking the garden and town. Chest of drawers, dressing table, built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom two - with 3’ twin beds with zip and link option which can convert to a 6’ superking as required. Velux windows, small wardrobe, side tables, dressing table, chest of drawers.

Family Bathroom
Large double shower unit with rainforest head, small bath with hand-held shower, basin, shaving point and WC.

Gas central heating throughout the property.
Woodburning stove in the sitting room - initial basket of logs supplied.

Wi-Fi and mobile coverage
Wi-Fi is available. Mobile coverage is good with 4G capacity.

There is an adjoining garage to the side of the property but this is not available for guest use. Owner access to the garage will be required during the period of any guest stay. Please contact us if you have any concerns. Lockable storage for bikes and outdoor gear is available.

Garden and grounds
Doors from the open plan sitting room lead out to a raised decked patio with garden furniture and seating for four. A barbecue is available. The bordering grounds of the owner comprise a lovely terraced garden which can be accessed from a side gate on the patio. Guests are welcome to use this space to pick fruit and veg from the garden when in season. There is also a gate at the bottom of the garden and a leisurely 5-10 minute walk will take you to Jedburgh Abbey and directly into town

There is shared driveway with private parking to the front of the property for two cars.

Guest amenities
A hairdryer is supplied in each bedroom. Hypoallergenic duvets and pillows are provided. Bath sheets and hand towels are provided for guests along with guest toiletries.

Babies and children
A travel cot and high chair are available.

Welcome pack
A small welcome pack is provided.

Regrettably dogs can not be accommodated at the property.

Guest privacy
Boundary Bank is a completely separate building lying adjacent to the owner's property but is not overlooked. While the owners are on hand to help guests with any aspect of their stay, they are completely respectful of guest privacy.
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"Just wanted to let you know we had a fantastic stay at Boundary Bank - couldn't rate it highly enough." - Mcguire

"We had a lovely stay, it is beautiful, everything was perfect." - Auld

"I wanted to send some feedback regarding our stay at Boundary Bank in Jedburgh. We enjoyed our stay immensely! Everything about the property was better than we had imagined. We were 100% satisfied and would absolutely recommend this property to anyone interested in it. The location, the condition of the property, the amenities, the comfort, the welcome, all were top notch. Thank you very, very much! We look forward to future opportunities to rent property from Crabtree & Crabtree." - Johengen

"Highly recommended! We spent three wonderful weeks at the Coach House and were really impressed with the hospitality of the owners, who were always on hand if needed. The wonderful views from the property and the quality and comfort of the Coach House were all second to none. Perfect location for exploring the Scottish Borders. We wish Crabtree & Crabtree had properties available in every place we hope to visit in the future!" - Hatcher

"We had a very enjoyable stay at Boundary Bank. The location and excellent extensive restoration work made this one of the best properties we have stayed over our years of cottage type holidays. The views across Jedburgh are magnificent and extremely relaxing no matter what time of the day or weather. We will certainly look to booking this property again in the future and have no hesitation in recommending it to others. Many thanks to the Crabtree & Crabtree team for making the booking and transfer of information as easy and smooth as possible." - Parker

"We were entirely happy with the service from Crabtree & Crabtree and delighted with our accommodation which was very comfortable. The bed linen etc was all top quality and the items in the welcome pack went far above the usual offerings. We very much enjoyed our stay." - Sharp

"We had a wonderful stay, thank you. The property is of the highest standards, as is everything in it & it was certainly the best we have ever stayed in. Such thought has gone into every aspect & then we also had fresh raspberries left on the doorstep on our return one day! As well as a superb welcome pack! We couldn’t have asked for anything better. Dealing with Crabtree & Crabtree was an absolute pleasure, too, thank you." - Kent

"We thoroughly enjoyed our week at Boundary Bank. Crabtree & Crabtree dealt with the booking extremely well and we were very satisfied with all the information given. The property was delightful." - Lewis

"I don’t have very much to say about Boundary Bank and Jed… was hardly over the door. As you know I go away to chill and here I certainly did. That view is very special and how it changes as the day goes on, I lost many a minute sitting navel gazing with a cup of tea/glass of wine in front of it doing nothing else. This is the nicest property I have stayed in with Crabtree & Crabtree. All immaculate, a privilege to be in somewhere so newly done, everything is top quality and that bed was like sleeping in a big white meringue! Great owners too, right next door but totally unobtrusive. I just adored it!" - Mackay

"I think we were only the second people to stay in this newly re-furbished property. It's a gem of a property, so carefully restored to an exceptionally high standard. The open plan ground floor is a wonderfully social space with the woodburner in the centre. The large windows let in lots of light and the views across to Jedburgh Abbey and beyond were lovely, particularly at night. The bedrooms were luxurious, both with superking size beds and beautiful White Company bedding and towels. We felt truly pampered. We have already recommended this to family and friends and we would definitely stay here again. You have the best of both worlds, lovely views but within walking distance of the town centre." - Green

"What a privilege to be the first guests! You should be very proud of what you've created here - it's beautiful and I will be back!" - John