While these restaurants might be quite remote, they're definitely worth getting yourself to as soon as possible

8 remote restaurants in Scotland worth travelling to

Scotland is a true haven for foodies, but those looking to taste some of the best cuisine that this beautiful country has to offer need to be prepared to go out of their way to find it.

While you’re planning your summer travels, here are eight remote Scottish restaurants that are definitely worth going the extra mile for.

Dine in the secret meeting place for Churchill and Eisenhower as they planned D-Day and take in the wonderful views this AA 3 Rosette Restaurant. The executive chef has also picked up the top prize at the Scottish Chef Awards.

1. Knockinaam Lodge, Stranraer

Dine in the secret meeting place for Churchill and Eisenhower as they planned D-Day and take in the wonderful views this AA 3 Rosette Restaurant. The executive chef has also picked up the top prize at the Scottish Chef Awards.
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On the shore of Loch Dunvegan, The Three Chimneys has been open since 1985 and has taken their remote location in their stride. They connect you with the beauty that is the Isle of Skye by using fresh, seasonal produce.

2. The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

On the shore of Loch Dunvegan, The Three Chimneys has been open since 1985 and has taken their remote location in their stride. They connect you with the beauty that is the Isle of Skye by using fresh, seasonal produce.
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Dubbed "a restaurant with a view", Uig Sands overlooks the amazing Uig bay on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis. Alongside the incredible restaurant is their shop, which allows you to buy award winning Scottish smoked salmon.

3. Uig Sands Restaurant, Isle of Lewis

Dubbed "a restaurant with a view", Uig Sands overlooks the amazing Uig bay on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis. Alongside the incredible restaurant is their shop, which allows you to buy award winning Scottish smoked salmon.
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Pitched as somewhere to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life, Kinloch Lodge takes you back to nature as it's located at the shore of Loch na Dal. With food from a seven year Michelin starred chef, it's worth the travel.

4. Kinloch Lodge, Isle of Skye

Pitched as somewhere to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life, Kinloch Lodge takes you back to nature as it's located at the shore of Loch na Dal. With food from a seven year Michelin starred chef, it's worth the travel.
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