Mhor 84 is what used to be the Kingshouse Hotel on the A84 – a spot that’s been a safe haven for travellers for over 300 years. In April 2013 Tom Lewis and his wife Lisa May, and Tom’s brother Dick and his wife Mairi Taylor (of Delizique in Glasgow’s West End) joined forces to create the perfect pit stop and affordable motel on the A84, Cycle Route 7, and Rob Roy Way.
Mhor 84 has a stripped-back atmosphere with a fun mix of antiques and modern furnishings, plus a big garden seating area for summer days. The motel offers 11 rooms plus a holiday cottage at an affordable price. It’s a welcoming, friendly place for travellers, walkers, cyclists, joggers, dogs and locals to stay, or simply meet, eat and enjoy a bun, or a dram, or breakfast, or a gourmet meal, or just a properly made flat white.
Food and drinks are served all day from 8am until 9pm, satisfying everyone from big breakfast hunters to shellfish-loving galloping gourmets. We make hearty lunches, cakes come from our sister bakery Mhor Bread in Callander and evening meals are anything from Scotch Beef to Loch Carron Turbot.
Roaring log fires are lit inside and out, and a games room keeps the young and young-at-heart entertained with a pool table and juke box, TV and wi-fi, toys and board games.
There’s also live music every week on ‘Thank Folk it’s Thursday’. Pop in, have a beer, a chat, tap your foot. Take the weight off those tired feet.
Give us a call to book a table or room, or just pop in for a pint.
01877 384 646