The Venue

The Grey Horse Inn, Balerno

The Grey Horse Inn is a community inn and gastro pub restaurant situated at the heart of Balerno village in South-West Edinburgh. With a long history in the area, the Grey Horse is still known to many locals as ‘Brow’s’ after its longest standing landlady.

Whether you want to enjoy our delicious, home-made food, sample our selection of real ales, or simply relax by the fire with a book, you will always find a warm welcome at the Grey Horse Inn.

Food & Drink

The Grey Horse Inn offers a high-quality selection of food and drink from our location at the heart of Balerno.

Greetings from the Landlords

The Grey Horse is our home and we feel an integral part of the Balerno Community. We are fortunate to be located in such a beautiful village, with nearby access to the Pentland Hills and Edinburgh. We love it here, as does our resident pub dog Suki.

We pride ourselves on providing our guests with a quality range of refreshments and meals. Whether you are visiting for a quiet pint by the fire in the public bar, a three-course meal in our gastro pub restaurant, or a casual drink in the beer garden on a warm summer’s day, you are sure to have a great experience.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the Grey Horse Inn. Paul, Jane & Suki NJ

Booking Ahead

If you are planning on joining us for a meal, please book a table in advance to avoid disappointment. You can make a booking either online or on the phone.

0131 629 2126

Customer Reviews

We are always humbled by the positive feedback our customers leave both online and when visiting the Grey Horse Inn in person.

If you would like to pass on any feedback to us regarding your experience at the Grey Horse Inn, please drop an email to info@greyhorsebalerno.com

 
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.
Ian W, TripAdvisor