The Globe retains its roots as an inn, so you’re welcome to pass the time at the bar or in the historic Snug. There you can select a dram from over 300 whiskies (the largest selection of Single Cask-Single Malts in the region), taste various local ales, savour exotic gins and rums, or enjoy an expertly mixed cocktail.
Experience a fusion of modern and classical culinary techniques thanks to Head Chef Jonathan Brett’s Anglo-European groundings and Sous Chef Fraser Cameron’s traditional Scottish roots. Their combined one and two star Michelin experience spans the generations, bringing together a wonderful range of influences and styles, delicious bold flavours and delicate hearty food.SEE MENU
Bespoke menus and warm original features await you in our private dining rooms; Celebrate with friends and family, host corporate meetings and events, or partake in whisky tastings, all within the historic walls where Robert Burns, thespians, politicians and royalty once came to get unco happy.SEE MENU
Visit the historic and lovingly restored rooms where Robert Burns ate, drank, recited, slept and otherwise entertained ‘affairs of the heart’. Sit in his chair, dine from his table or read the verse that he etched into the windowpane of his bedchamber. Get intimate with the great man, his life and his legacy.SEE MORE
Rated one of the cosiest Pubs in Scotland
The Globe Inn – first established in 1610 and Robert Burns’ favourite howff – combines rich and passionate history with a stunning and sympathetically refurbished restaurant and bar.
The most prominent of all the pubs associated with Robert Burns
The Globe is a shrine to Burns’ life and times… Ancient timber panellings cover three tiny rooms – all of them museum pieces – with varnish upon varnish upon scuffed, knocked-about, well-worn surfaces.
Ranked No. 1