Scotland’s only 2 Michelin-starred restaurant, Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles, boasts not only locally sourced produce from all over Scotland but also organically reared lamb which Andrew’s brother Jim rears on Harrietfield Farm; his own property close to Edinburgh. Click here to read on.
Andrew Fairlie’s restaurant is a good enough reason alone to make a stay at Gleneagles a priority while vacationing in Scotland.
Advance reservations at the restaurant are essential as it is always busy – your Golf Travel Specialist would be pleased to make these reservations on your behalf.
I have learned with interest this week that Kinloch Lodge, on the beautiful island of Skye, has retained its Michelin star for 2011.
For those not aware, Skye is located off the west coast of Scotland and is famous thanks to the “Skye Boat Song” about Bonnie Prince Charlie fleeing there after the battle of Culloden in 1746. Skye offers some stunning scenery as well as a wealth of history…and with the Talisker Distillery also located on the island, it makes a great stop on any tour of Scotland. Now with its Michelin star, one of the highest awards in fine cuisine, a stay at Kinloch Lodge would really put the finishing touch to a trip.