LOCKDOWN 2021 - Update

To all our customers  - we thank you all wholeheartedly for your unstinting support over this very difficult year.
 
NOTICE :  Unfortunately due to staff shortages we have had to adjust our opening times as follows:
 
Thursday 16th - Sunday 19th September
Thursday 23rd - Sunday 26th September:   
KITCHEN AND RESTAURANT will be CLOSED ALL DAY12-8pm.
BAR :  OPEN 12-8pm only
 
No Takeaway Orders
Community Shop is unaffected.
 
Normal Opening Hours:
Thursday : 12-10pm (last food order 7pm)
Friday : 12-10pm (last order for food 7pm - sit in or takeaway/delivery)
Saturday : 12-10pm (last order for food 7pm -- sit in or takeaway/delivery)
Sunday : 12-6pm (last order for food 5pm)
Mon-Wed:  Closed
 
Here is the current BAR MENU.   Customers can order in advance or book a table. 
TAKEAWAY MEALS can be ordered every Friday and Saturday 5-7pm.
Place a Takeaway Order Now
 
The COMMUNITY SHOP will remain OPEN for online orders. 
Each week any orders will be  delivered on Fridays or Saturdays.
Place an Shopping Order Now
 
Since March 2020 we have been providing Ready to Eat Meals for the homeless and vulnerable families in the area via Penicuik Food Facts and Friends Foodbank.  We urgently need your support.   £2 allows us to supply a Ready to Eat meal.    
Help us to support our local foodbank:  Penicuik Food Facts and Friends.

PAYMENT:
All orders can be paid by credit or debit card over the phone on 01968 660258. 
 
Or you can now pay for any orders via BACS bank transfer: 
Account: 00610211 Sort: 83-21-28.
 
If you need any other information on the hotel please contact Rosie direct on:
01968 660258 or 07818 113697.  
or email:  enquiries@allanramsayhotel.com

Welcome to The Allan Ramsay Hotel

Named in honour of  the celebrated Scots poet - Allan Ramsay (1684-1758).

 

This Historic Place

The Allan Ramsay Hotel is a former coaching inn (est. 1792) located in the quaint weavers' village of Carlops,  nestled at the foot of The Pentland Hills (a Scottish Regional Park) and is only 30 minutes from Edinburgh.

This unique hotel retains much of its 18th Century character with antique decorations, a small library, charming candle-lit restaurant and  real log fires.  

 

Our Rooms

The hotel has four comfortable ensuite guests rooms on the upper floor; which offer single, double, twin and family occupancy options.
There is also a lovely self-contained apartment on the ground floor with its own separate entrance. The apartment sleeps six and has one double bedroom with an ensuite shower room, a second double bedroom and a twin room plus a comfortable lounge, kitchen and a bathroom with shower.  The rooms within the apartment can also be booked separately. 
 
 
Food and Drink
Guests staying with us can enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast served daily from 8am.
 
Food is served daily from 12.30pm.  Our menu is characteristically Scottish and is freshly prepared using the best 'Scottish Borders' region locally sourced meat, fish and game wherever possible. View our  Menu. The menu varies across the seasons and guests are also recommended to check the chalk board for weekly Chef's Specials.  To Book A Table.
 
To compliment your food there is a good selection of red, white, rose and sparkling wines on offer; chosen for us by the wine experts at Cockburns of Leith - Scotland's distinguished wine importers.   View our Wine List
 
 The hotel has one of the last remaining 'penny bars' in the UK; that is a bar top decorated with one penny coins, some coins date back to Queen Victoria. Stocked with popular lagers, ciders and locally produced real ales there also is a fine selection of Scottish malt whiskies and gins
 
Images courtesy of Dean Woodhouse www.drwphoto.com