Mhor Great Food...
A regular pilgrimage site for Scottish foodies, this small family-run hotel sits in a remote scenic spot overlooking Loch Voil in the Trossachs.
As the family also runs the surrounding farmland, the chef-owner Tom Lewis has plenty of fresh local produce to work with. Don't expect things to be rustic, though; the food and the decor are both rather chic.'
The 18th Century farmhouse has been tastefully decorated to an award winning hotel and restaurant. Open log fires, antiques, sporting prints and original modern art by accomplished artist and sister Melanie Lewis. The restaurant has magnificent views over Loch Voil and Doine. The restaurant won a Thistle Award for Natural cooking of Scotland and also a Taste of Scotland award for Out of Town Restaurant. Winner - CIS awards, winner - Food for the Soul. Also featured in the Which? Good Food Guide. Michelin recommended.
All bedrooms are en-suite and decorated in modern fabrics and fittings with a mixture of antique furniture. Some rooms have views over the lochs, while others, converted from the farm steading are situated in the cobbled courtyard.
Private trout and Salmon fishing, Deer stalking, and acres of hillside to walk over. All around are wonderful walks, from gentle strolls along the lochside to hiking up a Munro. Thoroughly relaxing quiet environment.
In the new demonstration room above MHORFish in Callander we will show you...
Chicken and Egg
The MHOR team has hatched a plan to give you an educational and entertaining day learning...
Transport yourself into a photographer paradise on a two day course focusing on the theory and practice of landscape photography learning to get the shot you want.
Balquhidder glen is a place of outstanding natural beauty, steeped in history and abundant with...
Red Deer Stalking and Wildlife Photography
The red deer is the largest species in Scotland and the population is now thought to be in...
MHOR Flight of Luxury
The ultimate gift. Fly over the highlands with Loch Lomond seaplanes to the historic braes of Balquhidder to have lunch at award winning Monachyle MHOR. You will be welcomed at the top of Loch Voil's shore with a champagne reception then ferried to Monachyle Mhor for a sumptuous gourmet lunch created by celebrity chef Tom Lewis
Situated in Scotland's first National Park, it is the ideal place to explore the Trossachs. Balquhidder was the home and final resting place of Rob Roy MacGregor - 4 miles. Many golf courses are located within 1 hours drive. Lochearnhead watersports centre - 8 miles. Callander/Killin - 16 miles; Stirling, Perth (1 hour).