Scottish Borders: Two Night Stay For Two With Three-Course Dinner and Breakfast for £109 at The Spread Eagle Hotel (Up to 50% Off)
- Traditional guesthouse in rural town of Jedburgh
- Restaurant serving classic fare
- Northumberland National Park is a 15 minute drive away
- Double or twin en suite room
- Full Scottish breakfast each day
- Three-course dinner served on one evening
Valid from 1 August to 31 January 2013.
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay.
May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required by phone: 01835 862870 or email via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-refundable once confirmed.
Check-in from 2.30pm; check-out by 11am.
Valid for standard double or twin room.
Valid for full Scottish breakfast each day.
Valid for three-course dinner for two on one night, served in hotel restaurant.
Mains meals such as steak will incur a supplement.
Original value based on stay between 24 and 26 September; 2 and 4 November 2012; and 13 to 15 January 2013. Limited availability for these dates. Original values verified 16 July 2012 at 6pm.
Valid on option purchased only.
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Placed in a picturesque Scottish Border town, The Spread Eagle Hotel may stand proudly amid the abbeys and medieval fortresses of the Lowlands, but it takes time to admire the natural beauty of Northumberland National Park beyond.
Bear witness to living history with today's Groupon from The Spread Eagle Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Two night stay for two
In a standard double or twin en suite room with full Scottish breakfast each morning and three-course dinner on one evening
- £109 for stays between 1 August and 30 September 2012 (Up to 50% off)
- £109 for stays between 1 October and 30 November 2012 (Up to 50% off)
- £109 for stays between 1 December 2012 and 31 January 2013 (Up to 50% off)
Taking pride of place in the town of Jedburgh, The Spread Eagle Hotel stretches its wings with an elegant cream-coloured and gold façade. The guesthouse holds eight en suite bedrooms, all of which blend traditional hospitality with contemporary home comforts. Downstairs, The Kaleidoscope Restaurant waves the flag with flavoursome fare with a Scottish twist, with offerings including Italian-style spaghetti served with artichoke and more home-grown staples, such as battered haddock sourced from nearby Eyemouth.
Travel back in time with the five-minute walk to the Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum and get an insight into what life was like as a prisoner in the 1820s. Seek out remnants of the region’s turbulent past at the 15th century Smailholm Tower, near St Boswells or make the short drive towards Kelso where the 18th century Floors Castle offers more gentrified rural terrains and an ornate collection of antiques. For a spot of unspoilt, natural beauty, enjoy the local hiking routes, or cross the border spend a day in Northumberland National Park, exploring its sheltered valleys, dramatic hilltops, and rugged, green landscape.
- Standard double or twin en suite room
- Rooms with TV, Wi-Fi, and hospitality tray
- Full Scottish breakfast each morning
- Three-course dinner on one evening served in The Kaleidoscope Restaurant, with dishes such as salmon and haddock fishcakes, pan-fried salmon, and sticky toffee pudding
Train: The nearest train station is Berwick-upon-Tweed, which is on the East Coast Main Line. Only ten minutes’ further is Edinburgh, with regular services running from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Aberdeen, and Glasgow. Edinburgh also runs a direct bus service to the town of Jedburgh.
Road: If travelling from Edinburgh and Glasgow take the A68, while drivers from Leeds, Manchester or York should follow the M1.
The Spread Eagle Hotel receives a nicely-appointed 4.5/5 rating on TripAdvisor. Reviewers credit the atmosphere, newly renovated areas, friendly hosts and delicious meals.
This is a well appointed and tastefully (newly) re-fitted and decorated hotel; our bedroom was a spacious, modern bedroom (with 'proper' bedstead) with light oak furniture and doors, all obviously freshly renovated to the credit of the owners.
– AuntyC22, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
As other reviewers have commented, the meals were very good, especially the Full Scottish Breakfast! The service was prompt and unobtrusive, and the restaurant comfortable.
– JDunn186334, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011