Customers can enjoy traditional home cooked meals in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Our family run establishment has a large dining lounge, which can cater up to 70 diners serving lunches and evening meals daily.
Enjoy a freshly ground coffee with homemade shortbread, a dram in Jocks bar or make use of our meeting room for private parties, training days or family get-togethers.
In the Summer months, stop in past and enjoy your favourite tipple in our enclosed Beer Garden, or stay over in one of our twin bedrooms.
The building opened as a monastery in 1673, making it the oldest inhabited building in Oldmeldrum. It is the birthplace of Sir Thomas Mitchell, a former Lord Provost of Aberdeen. The building went on to home such greats as Willie Kemp and 'King of the Bothy Ballads', George Morris who named the hotel after himself.
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