A Skye restaurant with rooms has been named one of the best fine dining restaurants in the UK by this year's TripAdvisor traveller's choice awards.

The Three Chimneys, on the Isle of Skye has been placed at number seven in the top ten of TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Awards: Best of the Best – in the Best Fine Dining Restaurant category.

TripAdvisor’s annual Traveller’s Choice: Best of the Best Awards compiles reviews and ratings across the travel site to reward and celebrate venues of outstanding merit and customer service.

The iconic restaurant with rooms has been a destination dining experience for over 30 years.

Based within an original Skye croft house and lead by Head Chef Scott Davies, The Three Chimneys restaurant is renowned for serving dishes that showcase the variety of Scotland’s natural larder.

Chef Scott Davies joined The Three Chimneys in June 2015 and has received global recognition for his Nordic influenced dishes ever since.

Of the listing, chef Scott said: “We feel honoured to have been named the UK’s seventh-best fine dining restaurant in the UK by TripAdvisor.

“As a team, we are very proud of the food and drink that we serve at the restaurant, championing the best produce the Isle of Skye has to offer.

“We work with some of the very best suppliers on Skye so we wouldn’t be where we are today without them and their support.”

Owner, Gordon Campbell Gray added: “We are thrilled to be named in TripAdvisor’s prestigious list of the UK’s best fine dining establishments. We are very proud of the service that we offer guests at The Three Chimneys and can always guarantee a warm welcome.”

The full list of restaurants included in TripAdvisor’s Best Fine Dining Restaurants of the year can be found here.

Other Scottish businesses named in the 2020 Traveller’s Choice awards include the Isle of Raasay Distillery and Eviedale Bakehouse and Bistro.

The Three Chimneys was sold in 2019 by then-owners Shirley and Eddie Spear, and became part of The Wee Hotel Company, which is owned by international hotelier, Gordon Campbell Gray, and includes The Pierhouse Hotel & Seafood Restaurant at Port Appin in Argyll.

For more information on The Three Chimneys, and to book a table, please visit their website.

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