Looking for a place to stay in Jedburgh? Then look no further than The Capon Tree Town House, a charming bed and breakfast that brings the best of Jedburgh to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and a seating area, and The Capon Tree Town House makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the bed and breakfast, including express check-in and check-out. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Jedburgh, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Capon Tree Town House, including Born in the Borders (0.3 mi), The Carters Rest (0.2 mi), and Simply Scottish (0.1 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Jedburgh Castle & Jail Museum (0.4 mi), Jedburgh Abbey (0.3 mi), and Mary Queen of Scots House (0.0 mi), which are all within walking distance of the bed and breakfast.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Capon Tree Town House as you experience everything Jedburgh has to offer.
Heading further South on or tour of Scotland we stopped overnight at The Capon Tree. My wife had booked this and I did not know what to expect. I was really surprised, someone has taken a lot of time and trouble to put together a delightful town house. Our bedroom was 'designer' styled but practical with a comfortable bed and a good shower. We had also booked dinner, I suppose in a farming area you expect large portions, my rack of lamb was perfectly cooked tasty and tender, and my wife's venison delightful, but they were too much for us and we could not squeeze in dessert. Although I did finish the excellent Italian wine, which was smooth and just the right weight for us. I should also mention the attentive service and the excellent value. A lot of effort has gone into this venture and I wish you every success.…
This restaurant is an unexpected find up here in Border county. We shared the scallop starter - which was beautifully presented on black pudding and pea base. Our mains too we’re beautiful- venison and salmon and finally we ended our meal with the cheesecake with white chocolate & ginger and the salted caramel tart - both excellent The service was superb and the social distancing on the tables very well managed. All in all a lovely meal - thank you Ashley and Alasdair
My partner and I stayed at this wonderful hotel on the Saturday evening pf Valentine's weekend, and we will surely be back. Parked conveniently at the front door, we were checked in efficiently, our room on the first floor overlooked the green, with a balcony, chairs and table, sadly the wet weather precluded our enjoying it. The bar was well stocked, with an impressive range of Gins and Whiskies. Dinner was excellent, served by attentive staff, breakfast was equally impressive, locally sourced and well prepared. My partner's vegetarian needs were well catered for. The hotel was spotlessly clean, staff were super friendly, and following an excellent dinner, we spent some time chatting to Alasdair and his wife Ashley; gregarious, happy hosts, deserving of success.
Late review, but stayed a few weeks ago and loved it, Sadly restaurant closed on a Monday night, but owners recommendation of Belters Bar plugged the gap admirably. Room great, bed comfy, breakfast imaginative and superbly cooked, which augurs well for a return visit to include dinner. Service impeccable, Place oozes class and deserves to be a success. Will be back
The great things about the Capon Tree are its really excellent restaurant and the friendly, helpful staff. However, the room did not match up - looking tired and worn. The bed was OK and the room warm and dry but the bathroom was small with cheap fittings and poor plumbing. The shower had little water pressure and took a long time to run warm and was inconsistently hot and cold. It seemed that the original investment in the facilities had not been matched by attention to ongoing maintenance.