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53-57 High Street, Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3EG Scotland
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#7 of 9 hotels in Grantown-on-Spey
Location whether you're up for rock climbing and hiking, or ready for some downtime, Grantown-On-Spey in the Scottish Highlands is beautifully picturesque and where you'll find The Ben Mhor hotel in the traditional village pub. Special Features The welcoming bar is a cosy favourite with locals and the hotel is right on Speyside which is world-renowned for its salmon fishing and there's plenty of scenic walking routes through the area. As well as the pub bar and beer garden area, guest can enjoy cosy rooms with flatscreen TV, free WiFi and parking. Nearby The area is primed for bird watching, horse riding, fly fishing and kayaking There's winter skiing at Cairngorm too. Or why not shop for antiques in Grantown centre and get tasting at the single malt Tormore Distillery.
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Cal M wrote a review Oct 2020
South Queensferry, United Kingdom11 contributions7 helpful votes
Excellent value for money, we had a superior king room with new furniture and a new bathroom. The room came with a heater that was very effective. We kept our bikes in the function room, very kind of the owner to let us do so. Bit cold for us in September but the beer garden could be a sun trap in the summer. Location is ideal with its private parking. Looked like work was continuing to improve the hotel.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Jane G wrote a review Sep 2020
United Kingdom24 contributions13 helpful votes
I am struggling to review the Ben Mhor to be honest - not because it was a disaster, or the people were unfriendly or the room wasn’t clean - because actually the people are lovely and it is clean so therefore by no means a disaster - it’s just - well - different. I will try to explain. I booked it on a whim - a 3 night stay in a “superior room “ for £85 - already I was slightly nervous - it’s a long time since I managed to secure a room for less than £30 a night let alone a superior room - a very long time in fact but curiosity got the better of me so off we set. Let’s do a list - I think that’s the easiest and fairest way : Positives : Nice people Clean Refurbished rooms on the higher floor ( not superior but the equal of a small Premier Inn room I would say) Comfortable King Size bed Free parking Covid aware and everything in place. I don’t want to say negatives ( cos they are really nice ) so let’s call it “ the other stuff” : It doesn’t feel like a hotel - there are literally no facilities apart from a bar and occasionally a Thai restaurant which seems to be run by someone wholly unconnected with the hotel and has unpredicatable opening times. There is no breakfast - plenty of cafes around though to be fair very close by. There was coffee, tea and sugar and a full size kettle but no milk in the room. This was probably an oversight to be fair and we don’t use milk so not a problem. Whilst money has obviously been spent on the rooms on the upper floors ( can’t comment on the lower floors ) - little things have been missed : eg - no pillow protectors, dreadful noisy floorboards have been overlaid with lovely new carpets - the strangest shower cubicle and shower I have ever encountered ( ladies - take a shower cap or prepare to blow dry your hair every morning - take a hairdryer too for this purpose as one is not provided ) The whole place is just a little bit soulless too despite the best efforts of the staff and the bar not properly equipped - saw two men turned away who had asked for a cup of tea each - not an unreasonable request in a hotel surely ? Also never any lemon for a G and T - little things I know, but important. The single glazing in the bedrooms makes the room cold - again to be fair there was a small fan heater in the room. No offer of a change of towels either. I don’t think I would book again - however if I was a person looking for a walking holiday and didn’t fancy the “bunk house” / hostel option I probably would as actually despite the shortcomings mentioned the Ben Mhor does represent excellent value for money and is comfortable and friendly.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Fraser W wrote a review Sep 2020
Stirling, United Kingdom20 contributions1 helpful vote
What a brilliant stay we have had. The owner, Gary, is a great host and the rooms are fantastic. On this occasion we were on the top floor and the rooms are brilliant. Great bar area abs seating outside in the sunshine! Gary recommenced the attaches Thai restaurant and it was simply superb! Would highly recommend. We look forward to coming back.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
tinadundee wrote a review Aug 2020
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We stayed in the Ben Mhor for a midweek break. The hotel and room was immaculate and all the COVID requirements were in place. The room was freshly decorated with a grey theme. The bed was really comfortable and the shower was amazing. Anne and Gary were very accommodating and We are already planning to book again.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Daniel P wrote a review Jul 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
I cannot find any fault with this hotel! Our room was more than adequate for our needs, a big comfy bed and a fantastic shower (and a proper kettle!) Drinks at the bar are easily, the best priced I've ever found at any hotel I've ever stayed at. We booked without breakfast or evening meals but we we're allowed to source our own and eat in the communal lounge area. We were even given tips on where to go and who will deliver!! Looking through the negative reviews on here, I really can't understand where they've came from. This is a 3 star, budget hotel - other higher end places could learn a lot from this place
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsBadenoch and StrathspeyGrantown-on-Spey
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Ben Mhor
Which popular attractions are close to The Ben Mhor?
Nearby attractions include Anagach Woods (0.2 km), The Bookmark Bookshop (0.07 km), and The High St. Merchants (0.07 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Ben Mhor?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at The Ben Mhor?
Guests can enjoy a lounge and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Ben Mhor?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Ben Mhor?
Conveniently located restaurants include High St. Merchants, The Wee Puffin, and The Craig Bar.
Is The Ben Mhor located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.04 km away from the centre of Grantown-on-Spey.
Are there any historical sites close to The Ben Mhor?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Old Packhorse Bridge (13.7 km).
Is The Ben Mhor accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.