The Allan Ramsay (est. 1792) is one of Scotland's oldest coaching inns. The hotel has 4 comfortable guest rooms on the upper floor. Room 4 is a double room with an ensuite shower room located on the upper floor.
The Allan Ramsay Hotel (est. 1792) has 4 comfortable guest rooms on the upper floor. Downstairs there is a charming period dining room with antique decorations and an original fireplace. There is well-stocked bar popular with visitors and locals alike which features one of the few remaining 'penny bars' (that is the bar top is decorated with old one penny coins some featuring Queen Victoria) and large open fire place. The hotel is named in honour of Allan Ramsay the celebrated Scots poet whose many literary works featured the lives of the rural folk in the area around the village of Carlops.
Guests can access the bar and restaurant during opening hours 12 noon to 10pm every day. The restaurant serves a modern Scottish menu for lunch and evening meals and bar snacks are also available.
Interaction with guests
The hotel staff are available during opening hours to assist the guests.