Welcome to Morris's Hotel, Oldmeldrum
Welcome to Morris's Hotel and Jock's Bar! A family owned establishment offering a friendly welcome from Robin and Laura Philip.
Our customers can enjoy traditional home cooking in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Our experienced chefs provide a variety of family favourites in our menu and we have a range of daily specials.
Our restaurant can seat up to 50 diners and offers lunchtime and evening dining as well as private functions. We are taking Christmas and Hogmanay bookings now!
Having a business meeting? We have conference facilities for up to 20 people.
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.
Come dine in our restaurant where every night is Steak night!
We have a 2 bedroom Serviced Apartment adjacent to Morris’s Hotel that sleeps up to 5.
Jock’s Bar is our traditional bar that has a thousand tales to tell. Come in for a dram and join in with the lively conversation.