Sunday, 19 May 2013

MHOR84 £50 voucher for delicious food and drink at TV Chef Tom Lewis's latest bar sensation (when you book 7 nights Briar Steading July)

MHOR84 refectory tables and quirky chairs

Tom Lews on window sill  with wife Lisa on the left and Mhari and Dick right

Book any 7 night holiday in Lochearnhead at Briar Steading throughout July 2013 and get a £50 voucher to spend at MHOR84 in this Year of Natural Scotland 2013, celebrating gorgeous natural landscapes, wildlife, art in nature and food and drink.

Mhor 84 is going like a fair! The contemporary bar with a lively and friendly atmosphere has taken off like a rocket since its inception last month.  TV chef Tom Lewis and his wife Lisa, along with brother Dick and partner Mhari are the brains and team behind MHOR84 Motel, bar, and tea room, offering fabulous home grown, reared and sourced Scottish food amongst the mix of food flavours, The menus changes subtly each day and throughout the day.  You dont even have to have a main meal. The soups with a scone are superb.

Eggs Benedict
The atmosphere is electric,  the views are pretty, the service team are knowledgeable well trained and lovely, the background music is easy listening with live music on a Sunday, the food is very tasty and great value with a choice to suit everyone and served all day long from The Big Breakfast to evening. Tea, Illy coffee and home made cakes are served morning and noon. The bar has a real buzz to it and you will meet the locals from 3 neighbouring villages who will chat to you and make you feel very welcome indeed.

If you want to pick a great week consider the 20th July for the BLS Highland Games in Lochearnhead.

You can drive 2.5 miles to MHOR84 from Briar Steading or book the Lochearnhead  DRT taxi service. This means a taxi for the price of a bus up and until 9.30 at night.  During the day you can walk or cycle along the old railway walkway (cycle route 7) from Lochearnhead to MHOR 84.

To book 7 nights tel Kim 01567 830 443 OR 07917 416 497

Briar Steading ever changing view of Loch Earn from the open plan lounge

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