B and Bs in Jedburgh

Crailing Old School

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Feel The Glow…
Feel the glow of the Scottish Borders and experience hospitality that you will always remember, here at Crailing Old School. Now converted to a charming private house and gardens, though retaining its original character, the building is a fine example of late nineteenth century architecture.

It is peacefully situated close to the River Teviot, with panoramic views, just off the A698 which links the historic towns of Jedburgh and Kelso. Excellent base for golfers, especially those wanting to combine playing some of the 22 challenging courses of the Borders with Tuition, Swing Analysis, and Club Fitting from our resident Golf Pro./Club Maker. Ask about the Freedom Of The Fairways Passport!

Right on route for St Cuthbert's Way, walkers find here a haven to relax after the rigours of the day. If those tired feet can't manage the last few miles, a "pick-up" service can be arranged back to Crailing


Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
AA 4 Diamonds (Finalist AA"Landlady of the Year 2002)
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 1 + 3 private bathrooms

Price per Person

Double: £25
Twin: £22
Single: £22
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Parking - Garaging for motorcycles
Credit Cards Accepted - Visa
Disabled Access - Self-Contained Lodge Annexe in grounds
Children Welcome - From 10 years
Evening Meal Provided - By arrangement
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year - Closed Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV - In lounge

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