Pet-friendly holiday cottages in Jedburgh
This ancient county town in the Scottish Borders has been at the heart of many battles and raids, and the red sandstone abbey on the banks of the Jed Water is a monument to its impressive heritage. Four-pawed pals can join you on a visit to the magnificent 12th-century Jedburgh Abbey although not in the roofed areas, and you can take in the impressive ruins and perhaps enjoy a picnic on the grounds. Mary Queen of Scots once stayed in Jedburgh and a feature at the visitor centre recounts her life, dogs cannot go inside but are welcome to roam the grounds if you have someone happy to wait and hold their lead. Head over to the Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre (5 miles), a dog and family-friendly destination with play park, gift shop, café and wonderful walks to explore – the play park also offers accessible features including wheelchair swings and a sensory boardwalk! Our dog-friendly guide to Scotland offers even more places to visit with your pooch.
Retreat to one of our dog-friendly cottages in Jedburgh for a holiday to remember with the whole pack! You can stretch your legs on walks through the centre with a stay in a cottage in town and pick up fresh produce from the local stores, or roam the countryside with a getaway to a rural retreat on the outskirts of town and dine out in traditional pubs scattered throughout the landscape. Our full collection of pet-friendly accommodation throughout Scotland offers up even more wonderful dog-friendly places to stay, from loch-side escapes to city-centre breaks. Browse our full range of cottages in dog-friendly Jedburgh and begin planning your next exciting holiday to Scotland.