- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
38 Customer Reviews
"Poor general maintenance: some ceiling lightbulbs out in each of the three rooms, dressing table lamp not working, washers on sink taps need replacing and short flush on cistern not operable."
Shower not used as wooden shower board looked too unhygienic to stand on. Details suggest "fully equipped kitchen" but no baking dishes, no vegetable peeler, no cheese grater. Great location, reasonably comfortable accommodation let down by poor general maintenance and the lack of any personal contact
"The property generally felt 'tired'."
The fridge didn't work, and when we realised, after a couple of days, we had to throw away food and milk that had gone off. We contacted the owner and he adjusted the fridge temperature, but that was ineffective! The only coolness in the fridge was simply because the freezer compartment door was broken and it wouldn't shut, hence we had unfrozen peas in there. The bottom of the fridge and the towel rail were both rusty too. There were several light bulbs not working in the property - we phoned and left a message asking for them to be replaced, and had no response from the property owners whatsoever, despite them running a guest house next door. We were surprised to find that the kettle, toaster and combined microwave/oven were all running off the same extension lead, which we considered unsafe and therefore had to make sure we didn't use them at the same time. There were broken ornaments on display, and a broken (removed, but fittings still in the wall) shelf in the bathroom. So overall, not a particularly pleasant stay. We actually decided to come home a day early.
"Such a beautiful little cottage with everything that you would need."
Gorgeous setting in the Allerton House grounds. Wonderful place so close to the town centre & the dogs loved the river walks nearby. Highly recommend The Stables and loved our stay so much & we will definitely be back.
"Ideally situated for exploring the beautiful Scottish Borders."
Property has everything we needed and was perfect for our dog. Owners are very pleasant and helpful and live next door in the bed and breakfast. Highly recommended , we will be returning.
"A pleasant place to stay."
Close to all amenities at Jedburgh, also ideal for visiting surrounding villages/towns. Very comfortable bedroom. Lifing room / kitchen small with all utilities you would need. We would recommend. Regards
"A lovely wee cottage perfect for our week away highly recommend"
"The cottage had everything we required and was clean and comfortable."
There are lovely walks with our dog straight from the front door and just a short stroll to the centre of Jedburgh . We have stayed here before and will do so again. Short be on the shortlist for couples considering a stay in this lovely part of the world.
"Very nice place."
We enjoyed our stay very much. Perfect for visiting the Borders. The hosts are wonderful.
"Great cosy cottage just five minutes from Jedburgh Town centre"
"Myself, my wife and our 2 dogs had a fantastic 3nt stay."
Very comfortable and plenty of room. The stables had everything you need. Owners were very nice and Jambo too. Garden was lovely and again plenty of room for the dogs. Jedburgh was a lovely place to visit and plenty just a little further away. Will definitely recommend and will return again soon.
"Had a lovely 3 night stay at the property with our pet dog."
Accommodation had all we required and was very comfortable. Very convenient location for a short stroll in to the town and very good walks for the dog.
"My husband and I stayed at Allerton Stables with our 2 dogs."
The owners were very friendly and their black labrador Jambo was very welcoming. The stables is very homely, clean and a great location, about a 5 minute walk from the village. There is a large garden area and private parking. There are plenty of sights close by, places to eat out and a lovely river walk also, which the dogs enjoyed too.
"We returned to this cottage again this year and enjoyed a lovely relaxing week."
Very comfortable, well equipped clean property. Ideally situated for exploring the Borders area and within walking distance of the town of Jedburgh. Property situated in lovely mature gardens. Owners exceptionally friendly and generous.
"Stayed for four nights."
Jedburgh is perfect if you like walking, a lovely village with so many opportunities. Allerton Stables is a very good place to stay. The hosts were relaxed and welcoming and helpful. They fixed our wifi issue immediately. The cottage was well heated and had lots of hot water. That might seem obvious, but it isn't, so it was much appreciated. Lots of room for two people. Extremely comfortable stay.
"A grand holiday cottage, warm, comfortable, clean and well equipped."
We really enjoyed the biscuits tea and coffee too. The owners were very helpful when we arrived a day late because of Storm Eunace we still had our 7 nights went a day later at the end of our week. We would definitely book this cottage again.
"Had a lovely weeks stay, myself and 2 dogs, very comfy and had everything I needed."
Great location 5mins walk from town.
"A pleasant quirky little cottage."
Lovely comfy bed, quality bedding. and decently equipped. Owners keen to make sure your stay is comfortable. Well situated for exploring the borders. A large garden which I think will look magnificent in the summer. Bathroom could do with a little TLC but on the whole a charming place. Would stay again.
"Lovely small cottage."
Well situated a short walk from the amenities in Jedburgh.Ideal for the two of us and our dog. Very pleasant owners . Highly recommended for a stay in the Scottish Borders .
"The accommodation was exactly as described, however, it was slightly less suitable for dogs than we had hoped."
With the inclusion of the word "courtyard" we inferred that it was available for us and the dogs but we found that it was for the owners' use and they had a large, lovely labrador. This meant that there was nowhere no let them out, except on a lead. It confirmed that in any other accommodation, we need a fully enclosed and dog-proof area. Another small negative was the cooking facility. Although exactly as illustrated, the reality was that it was a little confined for cooking. We were perhaps a little over optimistic. Jedburgh is a very nice little town with lots of green space but ironically, in a town with poo bins on every corner, there were hardly any dog-friendly pubs, restaurants or cafes that were actually open or even listed. The accommodation was very comfortable though and in a great central location for the town centre. The owners were welcoming and friendly. They welcome dogs, of course, but anyone who books The Stables for that purpose, just be aware of the couple of points we have raised. Overall, though we had a nice stay.
"The owners were lovely and very welcoming."
As we had our wee puppy with us, we were hoping for a dog-friendly place to stay and we found it! Very conveniently located closed to Jedburgh city centre and a great base from which to explore the Borders and Northumberland. ♥
"Very clean, comfortable accommodation."
Great location, close to Jedburgh town. Owners very friendly and helpful.
They looked after us the whole way through. Our dog was made to feel welcome which is a big plus for us. The cottage isn't the biggest but the space is used well. Perfect for a couples get away.
"William and Nina great, interesting people."
Extremely helpful when asked about the area. House used for b & b and converted stable for self catering set in beautifully landscaped gardens. Very quiet and so peaceful after days out exploring Scottish Borders. Highly recommended and will most definitely return asap. Thank you William and Nina.
"Nice property, conveniently situated."
Everything supplied as stated. We had a very pleasant time.
"Perfect setting, 5mins from town."
Quiet location, owners and their dog friendly and helpful.
"The house was clean, near the centre of Jedburgh."
The owners friendly and helpful.
"Lovely conversion, perfect size for two of us."
ideal place for visiting borders, walking distance to shops, restaurants etc. Having use of garden was nice in evenings. Shame didn't get to see hosts or get to know them as they were away but would certainly book again.
"Although I read on "Other Feedback Sites" that the Accommodation at Allerton House Stables, we found most of them to be basically Untrue, the Owners were very welcoming, the Accommodation was small but clean, tidy and had plenty of useful equipment for a Couple to stay in comfort."
It was very close to all Local Amenities and the Resident Black Labrador Jambo was Gorgeous!
"Clean, warm, comfortable and good location."
"This is a little jewel of a cottage(The Stables) just a few minutes walk to Jedburgh."
It is situated adjacent to a four star Georgian Guest owner run by a lovely couple William and Nina. They recently refurbished it so everything is in excellent working order, well equipped with good facilities. Everything is perfectly clean and orderly with all you would need for an extended stay such as ours. Clothes washing facilities are provided in the guest house whenever necessary. The owners went out of their way to make our two week stay very comfortable. We were delighted to make thei acquaintance of William and Nina who are excellent hosts. We were highly recommend staying there.
"A very comfortable spot - small but everything you would need."
No washing machine - but who needs that for a week's holiday- owners ready to step in if necessary. Jedburgh has a lot to offer.
"Accommodation was very good if on the small side."
The three of us, my husband, myself, and Fergus the dog, were perfectly happy with the set up. Kitchen facilities are pretty basic but as we only used this for breakfast didn't detract from our holiday. I don't know where you would put it but an area for wet clothes and boots would be a real plus. We were well impressed with pub grub in the area and how easy it was to find places where the dog was welcome. We will definitely come back !!!!
"Cottage very poorly equipped for self catering."
Lack of basic utensils and only one cereal bowl between two people.Laundry facilities as on website were not available as owner on holiday. This was very inconvenient as had to find and pay ( £10.00) per wash load. Cottage was very dirty - thick dust and cobwebs everywhere. Fridge dirty and microwave was filthy and smelled strongly of bacon. No pole to open/shut velux windows which meant having to climb on furniture to do so. This was not safe. These points spoiled what could otherwise have been a very nice holiday.
I am sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your stay, had we known that you were dissatisfied at the time, we would have been more than happy to put things right for you. With reference to the laundry, we advise that you must request this prior to your stay. We have not had any prior reports of any issues with cleanliness for our property but if this was mentioned at the time, we would have been more than happy to address any of your concerns. We regret any inconvenience caused during your stay in the beautiful borders and would like to thank you for your comments. Property Owner
"Very pleasant stay and hosts."
Very doggie friendly which is important to us. Only bugbear downstairs toilet through the night but that's because we are oldies. Would certainly recommend.
"Accommodation was small but as described, they allow pets but wouldn’t take anything bigger than a medium sized dog due to size."
Owners were friendly and on hand if needed. Enjoyed our stay, great base for a couple to explore the borders from.
"Compact, but had everything a couple will need for a comfortable stay in a lovely part of the country."
We found it an ideal base for touring the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. In speaking to the owners (only been there 4 months), they have great plans to upgrade the accommodation over the winter, but we found it already very homely. Would stop again if we found ourselves taking a break in the locality, which is really our own judgement of quality and our best possible recommendation to others.
"Property smaller than expected but lovely and clean."
New owners of only a few months indicated that they would be refurbishing the property this winter as they felt it needed an uplift. Only drawback as far as we were concerned was that the toilet was in the wetroom downstairs, not very convenient for older customers who need these facilities in the night. Would not be suitable/large enough for disabled guests due to very small staircase with awkward bend
"Small but everything you need for your break."
Great base for exploring the Borders, plus Jedburgh has it's own charm. Owners very friendly and welcoming. Lots of great places to walk the dogs and enjoy the peaceful countryside. Would definitely recommend!
- One double bedroom
- Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Gas central heating
- Electric hob, combination microwave, fridge, laundry facilities available in adjacent guest house by arrangement, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Courtyard and furniture with access to shared lawned garden
- Two well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 5 mins walk
- Note: Property not suitable for infants or children
- Note: Property only accepts minimum of 3 night stay.
A cosy, detached cottage nestled within the grounds of the owners' guest house on the outskirts of Jedburgh in the beautiful Scottish Borders.
Originally the stable block, this cottage has been thoughtfully converted to provide comfortable accommodation for a couple wishing to explore this popular part of Scotland.
The ground floor of the spacious interior features contemporary open-plan living accommodation with a kitchen, dining area and comfortable sitting area, along with French doors opening out onto a lovely courtyard.
Here, you can sit out at the table with a glass of wine or a chilled beer and enjoy the open outlook across the hills.
Resting within the owners' grounds with flourishing gardens for the guest house adjacent are a pleasant place to unwind.
A short walk down the hill brings you into the pleasant town of Jedburgh.
Only ten miles from the English border and famed for its abbey and its substantial ruins which dominate the town, Jedburgh is also home to Mary, Queen of Scots' house and Jedburgh Castle Jail, now a museum which you can explore at your own leisure.
With Jed Water, a tributary of the Teviot, and circular walks easily accessed from your front door, there is something for everyone at this delightful cottage.
EPC Rating: Band G
EPC Rating: Band E
About the location
Kelso 12 miles; Melrose 13 miles; Peebles 37 miles.
The historic town of Jedburgh is a small, quiet town lying 10 miles inside the Scottish Border, situated halfway between Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh. Set amidst the stunning countryside of the Borders, Jedburgh has much to offer visitors. There are charming shops, pubs and award-winning, family-run restaurants to enjoy nearby, as well as historic attractions such as the fascinating Jedburgh Castle Jail, Mary Queen of Scots House and the imposing abbey, which towers over the town and dates back to 1138. Great fishing can be enjoyed on the Teviot, Tweed and Jed Rivers and there are 21 excellent golf courses to choose from. The Borders also offer some superb walking and cycling over breathtaking hillsides or amongst the enchanting Border Forests, and along St Cuthbert's Way, a 62 mile trail between Melrose and Lindisfarne, which passes Harestanes Countryside Visistor Centre. The towns of Melrose, Kelso and Peebles are just a short drive away and are a joy to explore at leisure.
Note: Property not suitable for infants or children.
Note: Property only accepts minimum of 3 night stay.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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