9.7 C
Alba Iulia
Monday, September 21, 2020

Royal Deeside hotel scoops national Restaurant of the Year Award

Subscribe to our newsletter

We will never spam , sell or share your details

DOUNESIDE House has been named Restaurant of the Year in the Scottish Hotel Awards.

The country house hotel, in Tarland, Royal Deeside, picked up the award in the virtual ceremony.

Douneside House, which is owned and managed by The MacRobert Trust, is home to the North-east’s only three rosette awarded restaurant.

The kitchen team is headed up by head chef David Butters who has been with Douneside House since it opened to the public in 2016.

James Payne, operations manager, said:  “We’re delighted that what we strive to do has been recognised by the Scottish Hotel Awards in this way – a real accomplishment for the whole team.”

Vivien Devline, Scottish Hotel Awards judge, said:  “This award is very well deserved.

“Douneside is producing such innovative, exciting, and artistic cuisine from their talented team of chefs.”


overcast clouds
9.9 ° C
11.7 °
8.9 °
81 %
100 %
16 °
15 °
11 °
11 °
11 °

Follow Us

Our Other Titles

Acoountancy firm establishes new family business specialist...

ABERDEEN accountancy firm Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), is building on the support it already provides to family businesses by establishing a specialist team dedicated...

Aberdeen charity challenges young people to rethink...

YOUNG people throughout the North-east are being urged to think about where they sleep – as part of a new charity campaign by Aberdeen Cyrenians challenging...

AFCCT receives cash boost

AFC Community Trust has been awarded £50,000 from NHS Grampian Endowment Fund. The money will be used by AFCCT to help deliver its physical and...

Nearly 80,000 workers used flexible furlough in...

NEARLY 80,000 workers in Scotland returned to their jobs part-time in the first month flexible furlough was introduced, statistics published today by HM Revenue...

More Articles Like This