26 members of my family celebrated my 60th birthday with an excellent meal at the hotel. We were able to have sole use of the restaurant, with its own bar. Service, food and drinks were very good. There was a lovely, friendly atmosphere. The serving staff were not too fazed when people moved seats between courses! Highly recommended.
(I can't comment on the rooms as we were staying in self-catering accommodation.)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Marykirk Hotel is situated in the charming village of Marykirk, just 4 miles from Montrose town centre, and 30 minutes drive south of Aberdeen along the A90 dual carriageway. The Hotel nestles in the rolling Montrose countryside only 200 metres from the River Esk, world famous for its salmon and trout fishing. A former Coaching Inn, the hotel was built in the mid 1800s. As a Grade C Listed Building, it still retains original charm and character although tastefully modernised: all guest room accommodation have en-suite facilities, central heating, flat screen TVs, and tea/coffee making facilities. Standing in an acre of grounds, the Marykirk Hotel has a landscaped beer garden plus a small front car park and a rear car park for 20+ cars. Both car parks are monitored by CCTV. The Hotel has a full Hotel Licence and a Children's Licence. Families with children are particularly welcome in both the bar and restaurant. As well as our cosy Stables Bar serving bar meals every lunchtime and evenings, the Marykirk's Esk Restaurant seats 35 persons and is open in the evenings from Friday to Sundays, offering quality dining at competitive prices. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Marykirk Hotel Aberdeenshire