Charming History

The Barony was a wine & spirits merchant from 1896 onwards and in 1955 it became a licensed pub under William Younger and Company.

The devil is most definitely in the detail when you step through our doors. With painted tiles depicting Scottish lochs, the original Victorian bar, curiosities reflecting the era and bare wood flooring that holds the footprints of thousands of guests throughout the decades, it’s a capsule of Edinburgh heritage.

From Farm to Fork to Far, Far Away

To celebrate our wonderful meat suppliers Aubrey Allen, we are giving you the chance to win £1000 worth of holiday vouchers when you dine with us.

Aubrey Allen select only the best cattle and use the best grazing methods alongside rotational farming to ensure the flavour of the meat is of the highest quality.

Dine with us this January and scan the QR code on your bill to be entered in to a chance of winning your summer holiday on us.

Join us for the six nations 2022

We are supporting the People’s Captain and serving up Greg Bateman’s Legend beer this Six Nations. Created with the ambition that more men go for a pint and discuss what they’re going through, Legend beer was born out of Greg Bateman’s own struggles with mental health.

Kicking off on 5th February – we’ll be showing all the Six Nations games live.

Restoration & Renovation

Historic and ornate, its been a pleasure restoring The Barony and the history steeped within it.

The Barony bar has been lovingly and painstakingly restored, with original features and furniture being returned to their former glory. You can expect emerald & oxblood leather booths & benches with the deep-button-back finish to them. There’s also lots of timber stools and 1940s re-claimed chairs that keep the authentic feel going.

VIBRANT SCOTTISH CITY

Edinburgh isn’t short of rugged charm, after all, how many cities in the country are bordered by a huge volcano? 'Arthur’s Seat' is the highest peak in Edinburgh’s Holyrood park. The extinct volcano is older than Edinburgh itself and offers panoramic city views from the top.

Understandably, Edinburgh Castle is a national showstopper but to continue the Scottish experience head down the Royal Mile (from the Castle to Holyrood Palace) where you’ll find a whirlwind experience from musicians and magicians to folks dressed as gargoyles blending in with the old architecture.

DOGS WELCOME

Everyone has a favourite spot at The Barony Bar, including man’s best friend. His is by the fire.