2 Wedding Venues in Jedburgh found
The ancient abbey, as with so many such places in the Borders the frequent target of English violence, still looks down on the old town which has some other reminders of its history within – a house where Mary Queen of Scots stayed for instance. She may be romantic, but it’s best not to base your future married life on hers. A rather better example of constancy is the Capon Oak, two miles from the settlement, the tree thought to be 2000 years old. For your wedding breakfast (if carnivores) consider the celebrated local game; or if not, include Jedburgh Snails perhaps – they’re sweets not molluscs.