The Allan Ramsay is one of Scotland’s oldest coaching inns, having been established in 1792. Named in honour of the celebrated Scottish poet Allan Ramsay, the historic inn retains many of its original features, including 18thcentury decorations, a small library and open fires. With seven comfortable guest bedrooms the Allan Ramsay is a great place from which to explore the beautiful countryside of the Pentland Hills or can be a cosy base for those wishing to experience the delights of Edinburgh, which is just 20 minutes away. Soak up the pub’s atmosphere while sipping a malt whisky or enjoy a meal and a glass of wine in the beer garden. The casual bar menu offers popular pub favourites, while the charming restaurant serves up local Scottish Borders beef, fish and game. You’ll always find something new to try at the Allan Ramsay, making this a venue worth visiting time and again.