Glenfriars House is a striking Georgian property in the heart of Jedburgh with a fascinating history which dates back to 1740. Current owners Anne and Michael Chahin fell in love with Glenfriars and have restored it with meticulous detail,adding modern touches and converting it into a Bed and Breakfast which oozes grace, comfort and refinement.Originally built in 1740 and with later Victorian additions, Glenfriars House sits in an elevated position overlooking the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders, a town famed for its 12th Century Abbey, Mary Queen Of Scots House and Castle Jail and Museum. The house, which at times has served as a doctor's surgery and a hotel, is a listed building, enjoys a private setting including secluded garden grounds and was one of the original buildings on The Friars.It is an imposing property with 3 floors, a sweeping staircase and an attractive bay frontage overlooking a walled garden. The current owners have carried out a ground up renovation of the house, retaining all its original period features whilst adding the finest modern fixtures and fittings to complement the property and suit its discerning guests.
Uniquely stylish rooms, a great night's sleep and a hearty breakfast Quality and service mean everything to us at Glenfriars House and each of our rooms are uniquely styled, spacious and designed to offer our guests the finest overnight stay. There are three rooms to choose from - two king size and one super king size. We provide complementary bottled water, wine and tea & coffee in our rooms along with the latest in smart technology for your entertainment. Bathrobes and towels are provided for use in our luxurious ensuite bathrooms and Siberian goose down duvets and pillows with Egyptian cotton linens dress the king sized beds to ensure a quality nights sleep. At Glenfriars we believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day which is why we offer a range of choices and use the finest local produce.Choose from: freshly prepared fruit, pure fruit juice, cereals and muesli, yogurts, tea or coffee and toast, a full traditional cooked Scottish breakfast or smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. (If you have special dietary requirements please let us know in advance).Breakfast is served between 7.30 and 9.00am in the dining room.