A world-renowned Skye restaurant is to enter a new chapter after owners Shirley and Eddie Spear revealed they are selling up after 34 years.
The Three Chimneys
The “iconic” Skye restaurant The Three Chimneys has changed hands after 34 years.
Its food and hospitality are no stranger to attracting major accolades - and now, The Three Chimneys on Skye has picked up even more praise after being named as one of five restaurants in the world worth travelling for by the Wall Street Journal.
A prominent figure on Skye has sent out a message that the island is “well-and-truly open for business” as she appealed for calm amid a row over rising numbers of tourists.
Eight Scottish eateries have been named within an influential food guide to the best places to eat in the UK.
Two of the kitchen team at award-winning Skye restaurant The Three Chimneys are serving produce from Scottish waters at the world’s biggest seafood show in Brussels.
After making a name for himself working at a number of high-end Scottish restaurants, Scott Davies became head chef at the prestigious Michelin-starred Three Chimneys restaurant in Skye last year.
This winter, visitors are being encouraged to escape to the wilds of north-west Skye to visit The Three Chimneys, one of Scotland’s most iconic restaurants with rooms, to Retreat, Eat and Sleep. Until March 24, inclusive of weekends, visitors can take advantage of an all-inclusive discounted winter break.
A Skye scallop diver fears he is danger of losing his business because of what he calls "bureaucratic nonsense" over toxin testing.
British asparagus is eagerly awaited by everyone. It doesn’t have the best PR and is sometimes seen as being tricky to prepare but that’s not the case and should be celebrated and eaten by everyone.