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Willow Court
The Friars

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Willow Court is a comfortable 3 star guest house set in private grounds with panoramic views over the ancient Border town of Jedburgh. Most rooms have ensuite facilities and are mainly on the ground floor.

The house is situated in 2 acres of ground, and has private off street parking for all guests. Guests are welcome to use the gardens and the sunny terrace. Full Scottish Breakfast is served in the conservatory, with views over the garden and the town beyond.

Willow Court is less than 2 minutes walk from the town centre, which offers a choice of restaurants, bars and shops. The famous Jedburgh Abbey and other historic sites are within walking distance. Jedburgh is ideally placed for exploring the Border towns, and golf courses.

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Ratings/Awards: Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 3 + 1 private facilities
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