The Ben Mhor Hotel, Grantown, Speyside
The 26 bedroom Ben Mhor Hotel in Grantown on Speyside is family run so you’ll find a warm and friendly welcome waiting for you and you’ll feel at home from the minute you arrive. With Anglers, walkers, golfers, climbers and holidaymakers from all over the world visiting the Ben Mhor Hotel for over 100 years.
The hotel has recently been refurbished and consistently achieves a 3 star rating from Visit Scotland. No 55 Bistro in the hotel is popular with residents and with locals and visitors to Speyside. Local suppliers are used to ensure the best fresh dishes are always on the menu. The Jacobean Lounge Bar is a village pub with live music at the weekends throughout the year. Guests looking for somewhere quieter for a relaxing drink can lounge back in a comfy sofa in the residents only lounge bar. There’s also a large car park at the rear of the hotel.
The large function suite is one of the biggest in the area and is a popular venue for conferences, meetings and weddings.
Special packages and discounts are available at quieter times and group rates are offered for larger parties. Call or click on the Special packages and offers page.
The Ben Mhor sits proudly as a landmark on Grantown High Street. The area of Speyside is famed for some of the best salmon and trout fishing in the world. Keen and novice anglers can test their skills on The Spey, The Avon and The Findhorn. The Ben Mhor can assist with booking permits for beats and has special fishing holiday deals for small and larger parties.
Speyside has many fabulous golf courses, Grantown on Spey Golf Club is 5 minutes from the Ben Mhor, other popular courses are at Boat of Garten, Kingussie and Newtonmore. The new Spey Valley course at Aviemore is also now fully open and claims to be one of the finest championship courses in Britain. The Ben Mhor has special tee time booking arrangements and discounts at Grantown Golf Club. There’s also special hotel packages for small and larger groups of golfers.
The Speyside Way is one of the top 5 most popular walking routes in Britain stretching form Buckie in the North through the heart of Speyside to Aviemore, Grantown on Spey and the Ben Mhor is a popular stop off point on route. The Cairngorm Mountain range and Cromdale Hills are on the doorstep for walkers and climbers.
Speyside’s most famous export is Malt Whisky, millions of visitors to Speyside have followed the whisky trail sampling and seeing the making of many well known malt whiskies including: Glenfiddich, Glen Grant, Glenlivet, Dallas Dhu and Cardhu. You don’t have to travel though if it’s a taster you would like there’s over 50 malts behind the bar in the Jacobean Lounge.
Winter activities including ski-ing can be found at the Lecht and Cairngorm Mountain resort. Grantown is a great base for winter ski-ing being equally close to both ski centres.