Places to go out & eat & drink in Jedburgh
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Jedburgh

Places to eat & drink in Jedburgh.

A Visitor Centre portrays its turbulent past. In 1566 Mary Queen of Scots stayed in Jedburgh in a house that now tells the story of her tragic life. Winner of the country town prize in Beautiful Scotland in Bloom, Jedburgh today offers an attractive setting to follow the town trail, take a riverside walk or browse amongst the shops in the colourful renovated buildings in the Market Place and Canongate.

Focal point of the local calendar is the Jethart Callant Festival in early July when the Callant leads his mounted supporters in two weeks of ceremonial rideouts to places linked with the town's history. Festival Day is followed by the Jedburgh Border Games, South of the town is the award winning Jedforest Deer and Farm Park, whilst at the 16th century Ferniehirst Castle, the grounds and Kerr Information Centre are open to visitors on a limited basis. Near Ancrum to the north lies Monteviot House Gardens on the banks of the river, and Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre offering indoor and outdoor activities.

Places of interest include Ferniehirst Castle, Jedburgh Abbey, Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum, Mary Queen of Scots House, Monteviot House Gardens, Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre, Jedforest Deer and Farm Park, Jedburgh Golf Club (9 hole) and the Mounthooly Golf Driving Range.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Jedburgh or surrounding areas.

Jedburgh Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

The Caddy Man

Mounthooly, Jedburgh, TD8 6TJ
Tel: 01835 850787    Fax: 01835 850787

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this award winning restaurant. Voted "Best light lunch 2001" and "Best Promotion of Local Produce 2002". Chef has ever changing lunch and dinner menus which use local produce in season creating wonderful Scottish food with a twist. For example - slow baked Borders Lamb with creamed potatoes and its own roast gravy. The restaurant has a charming ambiance with old tables and chairs and is furnished with old pictures and antiques which you can peruse and purchase if you wish. We pride ourselves on a delicious selection of home baking, from Border tarts, shortbread, carrot cakes etc there is something for everyone. Open for lunches daily and dinner available on Friday and Saturday nights. Booking advisable.
Type: Restaurant

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Gill Orde at Harestanes Visitor Centre Tea Room

Ancrum, Jedburgh, TD8 6UQ
Tel: 01573 224808    Fax: 01573 224808

The tearoom where Gill Orde and her staff offer home made baking, light lunches, fresh coffee, luxury locally produced Doddington Ice cream and much more are served daily. In a relaxed child friendly tea room. The 'Function Room' is available for Children's Parties and for other 'Groups' of up to 30 people which are welcome to use it for lunches & teas. Delicious enhanced menus can be arranged to order.
Type: Cafe

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The Forresters Arms

23 Castlegate, Jedburgh, TD8 6AS
Tel: 01835 862380

We have re-launched the restaurant as a Spanish tapas. We are the only one in the Scottish Borders. We have an extensive range of authentic Spanish tapas, beers, wines and liqueurs
Type: Restaurant

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Simply Scottish

6-8 High Street, Jedburgh, TD8 6AG
Tel: 01835 864696    Fax: 01573 229606

Modern Bistro / Restaurant & coffee shop specialising in local quality produce. Traditional Scottish influences, presented in a fresh way.
Type: Restaurant

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The Pheasant Lounge Bar

61 - 63 High Street, Jedburgh, TD8 6DQ
Tel: 01835 862708    Fax: 01835 862708

A traditional, lounge bar with 30 seater non-smoking restaurant on ground floor, with function room upstairs.
Type: Restaurant

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The Sunrise - Indian

51 High Street, Jedburgh, TD8 6DQ
Tel: 01835 863503

Our menu is the result of extensive research, bringing together a selection of old favourites along with some traditional dishes.
Type: Restaurant

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