Killiecrankie House wins national Gourmet Bolthole award


Restaurant with rooms, part of Killiecrankie House, has won the Gourmet Bolthole award at the national Food & Travel Readers Awards, and Tom Tsappis was there to collect the award on behalf of the entire team at Killiecrankie House (pictured).

Up against finalistsThe Black Swan (Oldstead), Bull & Last (London), The Loch & The Tyne (Old Windsor), Old Downton Lodge (Ludlow), Outlaw’s Guesthouse (Port Isaac), Padstow Townhouse (Padstow),The Queen’s Arms (Corton Denham), Restaurant Sat Bains (Nottingham), and Ynyshir (Eglwys Fach), readers and a team of industry experts decided that restaurant with rooms was a fitting winner of the award.

Tom and Matilda Tsappis co-owners of the restaurant with rooms, near Pitlochry, said, ”We still can’t quite believe what’s happened. To win the Gourmet Bolthole award is just incredible, especially when we were up against a who’s who of industry greats. We couldn’t be prouder of what the whole team has achieved, and this award is entirely down to everyone’s hard work and dedication. We just want to thank every single one of them for helping to make Killiecrankie such a resounding success.”