Dating in jedburgh
Wearing an ivy scarf and with tables outside, this quirky cafe was an obvious choice on a sunny day.
My substantial panini and accompaniments, plus two drinks were ridiculously cheap given the quality and attractive location.
The house provides an excellent education in Mary’s extraordinary life and gruesome death, and features exclusive items such as a lock of Mary’s famous auburn hair and the heel from her shoe.
I chose the aptly named Abbey View Cafe and Bookshop.
I have long been intrigued by the life of Mary Queen of Scots, and was previously unaware of her connection to Jedburgh.
The town very nearly became our only queen’s final resting place, after she became gravely ill during her visit in 1566.
The monkfish which followed was wrapped in parma ham and accompanied by a confit tomato mash. Reached by a short incline from the centre of town, the accommodation is both central and peaceful.Instead I was presented with a satisfying selection of independent boutiques and antique shops.Tasteful memorabilia, local sweet treats and trinkets for the home were readily available to curb any retail cravings and to ensure your impulse purchases are not to be regretted in the morning.The varied exhibits give visitors an insight into Jedburgh’s famous folk, industries and life as the people knew it.The attraction’s elevated position gives you an away-from-it-all feeling, and entry is also FREE!