The Grey Horse boasts some of Britain’s best ales from leading brewers in our wood-panelled, atmospheric public bar.
The new lounge bar also offers our award-winning beer portfolio but also a wide selection of fine wines and a large selection of the latest gins.
You can also pick from our extensive menu with food sourced locally. The menu also includes tasty, freshly-produced snacks and you can enjoy the food in the relaxed atmosphere of the lounge which also has SkyTV.
Children are also welcome.
The Grey Horse hosts a portfolio of some of Britain’s finest real ales and currently includes a range of award-winning ales from Scottish-based brewers.
Whiteout IPA (ABV 3.8%) from Cromarty Brewery is on tap along with Head East from Strathbraan Brewery (ABV 4.2%) and Citra (4.2%) from Oakham Ales.
And our cellar is packed with specially-selected wines from one of Scotland’s leading suppliers.
Our popular public bar showcases local pictures from the past and offers a specially-selected range of real ales, ciders and spirits from Britain’s best brewers and distillers.
The real ales change regularly and long-standing favourites are there along with some of the latest brews to be launched into the market.
If you want to know more then visit our Facebook page to view our current selection.
We ARE dog-friendly so feel free to pop in while you are out on a walk in the local area.
Please book a table by ringing Paul or Jane on 0131 449 2888 but it is not advisable to leave a message on Facebook as these can be missed.
We love to hear your thoughts after a visit to the Grey Horse so drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Went for a walk round Thriepmuir Reservoir then stopped in for a pint or two of real ale and some vino. Was made to feel very welcome and a Rio our dog made herself at home with the resident pub dog Sukki. Lovely way to spend lunchtime.
Seriously the best real ale pub in Edinburgh and a fantastic restaurant along side! Couldn’t recommend a place more highly! The best!
The pub is a real gem. I dropped in with a small group of friends after a walk in the Pentlands one winter afternoon. The small and cosy public bar has a warm coal fire at one end with a couple of tiny inglenook seats, a collection of other comfy tables and chairs and a long bar. We were welcomed by a cheerful landlord who proudly told us about a variety of real cask conditioned ales from local craft breweries, along with a selection of more conventional drinks and a fine selection of whiskies and gins. Undecided which to try, he then offered us a taster ‘on the house’ to help us make our minds up before selling us several fine, well-looked after pints of super local ale.
This is the place to have a beer after a bicycle ride!
Great wee local pub with real ale and guest beer’s. Great restaurant open lunch and dinner. Friendly helpful staff and dog friendly.
An excellent pub. Go there, you’ll be made very welcome.
Great pub, very friendly and handy for walks in Pentlands.
Really great pub, great staff especially a guy called Ian and the manager. The best ale pub in the area
My favourite local. And if your cycling to the Pentlands it’s on the way! Which I do a lot.