Welcome to Morris's Hotel, Oldmeldrum
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 and 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.
There’s lots to see an do in the local area with Glen Garioch Distillery in walking distance and nearby Fyvie Castle, Haddo House Estate, Lochter Activity Centre and Bennachie. Located on the 35 bus service and with Aberdeen Airport only 20 minutes drive Morris’s Hotel is an ideal stop to explore the delights of the North East of Scotland.
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 two twin bedrooms on the premises to inquire about availability get in touch today.
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.