Welcome to the Glenbank House Hotel in Jedburgh
The independent, family run Glenbank House Hotel in Jedburgh offers a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay whether you are travelling for business or relaxation.
The hotel has a variety of en-suite guest bedrooms, including double and twin rooms, plus a large family room which comfortably accommodates four people with space to spare. On-site amenities include our restaurant and bar, and a garden café/beer garden. Ample parking is available on site in our private car park, set back from the main thoroughfare.
Our restaurant, bar and cafe/beer garden are open to non-residents.
Equidistant from Edinburgh & Newcastle, the historic town of Jedburgh is located in the Scottish Borders, on the A68. Jedburgh offers the perfect hotel location whether you are travelling north to Edinburgh and the highlands of Scotland, or South to Northumberland and beyond.
For a taste of town & country, the Glenbank House Hotel in Jedburgh is the perfect choice. This lovely, detached property is situated towards the top of the Castlegate in Jedburgh, just minutes walk from Jedburgh Castle Jail and the majestic Jedburgh Abbey.
Situated on the popular A68, Jedburgh is surrounded by wonderful countryside and also boasts an 18 hole golf course less than 5 minutes from the hotel. For those who enjoy a little retail therapy, the charming shops within Jedburgh town centre offer everything for your day to day needs, or those special gifts to take home for family and friends.
The main part of the Glenbank House Hotel is an early 19th century cream sandstone villa with wonderful Georgian style architecture. The hotel retains some charming period features, including plaster cornicing, feature fireplaces and a wonderful stained glass window.
If you are travelling by car or motorbike, our spacious private car park set back from the main street provides ample guest parking. If you are travelling by bicycle, let us know in advance and we can arrange access to our lock-up facilities.
If you are one of our intrepid explorers following the St Cuthbert’s Way, the Borders Abbeys or the new Scottish National Trail, you won’t be needing our car park, but you may want to make use of our drying facilities while you relax in preparation for the next day’s activities.
Alex and Julia Wallace and their friendly staff look forward to welcoming you during your visit.