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Spread Eagle Hotel, Jedburgh, Borders

Spread Eagle Hotel
20 High St
Jedburgh
Borders

TD8 6AG | View map
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The Spread Eagle Hotel is a family-owned and family-run hotel on the High Street in Jedburgh with off-street car parking via the Friarsgate to the rear. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the bus station and Tourist Information Centre at Murray's Green.

The hotel, which dates back to 1450 in places, has five spacious en-suite bedrooms all recently upgraded with digital television and tea/coffee facilities.

Come and enjoy the quiet of the Borders countryside with golf, fishing, walking, cycling and horseriding all within easy reach. Alternatively, take time out in the private lounge with woodburning stove or enjoy a pint of Real Ale in the sun-trap beer garden

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Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast
Double: From £69
Twin: From £69
Family from £88 based on 2+2 sharing
Single: From £49 - Single occupancy
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Credit Cards Accepted - not Amex or Diners Club
Children Welcome - under 5s stay free
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Thoughout hotel
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Dogs/Pets Welcome - by prior arrangement only

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Sample Menu:


Dinner Menu
Served from 6pm – 8.30pm
We use locally-sourced ingredients where possible and focus on simple, freshly-prepared food.
All items on the menu are made on the premises.

To Start
Home-made soup of the day served with a hot crusty roll and butter (V) £2.75
Chef's own chicken liver paté served with fresh toast and a salad garnish £2.95
Mildly-spiced chilli made with Border beef, served on cheesy nachos and
topped with crème frâiche. £2.95

Mains
Curry of the day served with pilau rice and mini naan bread. £8.95
Cottage pie made with minced border beef and topped with creamed potato.
Served with a selection of seasonal vegetables £8.95
Lightly-herbed, creamy mushroom stroganoff served with boiled rice. (V) £7.25
Tender breast of chicken in a rich tarragon cream sauce. Served with your choice
of hand-cut chips or baby potatoes, and a selection of seasonal vegetables £8.25
Fillet of fresh Scottish salmon in a balsamic marinade, served on a bed of mixed
leaves with your choice of hand-cut chips or baby potatoes, and a selection of seasonal vegetables £8.95
Locally-sourced fillet or sirloin steak cooked to your specification with a choice of red wine or pepper cream sauce. Served with hand-cut chips or baby potatoes,
and a selection of seasonal vegetables.
Sirloin: £15.75
Fillet: £17.95

Sweets
Sticky toffee pudding smothered in home-made toffee sauce and served hot with
whipped cream or vanilla ice-cream £3.50
Apple crumble made to the chef's own recipe from three varieties of apple and served
hot with whipped cream or vanilla ice-cream £3.25
Chocolate fudge cake (a family secret!) served hot with whipped cream or vanilla ice-cream £3.50
Ice cream: choose any three scoops from:
Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Toffee, or Banana £3.25
Cheeseboard: a selection of cheeses from Scotland and around the world served
with Scottish oatcakes £4.25

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