The Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Scotland

With a little something for everyone, it will come as no surprise that Scotland is a vastly popular place to visit. From its profound history and spectacular vistas to its colourful collection of cities and ancient castles, this place is supercharged with charm, character and exciting things to see and do. Holiday rentals here range from seafront cottages to quaint stone structures encircled with greenery, and when it comes to eating out, haggis is far from the only thing to be enjoyed.

The garden at The Laundry House, Scotland

Michelin Star Restaurants Glasgow

A colourful port city perfectly perched on the River Clyde, Glasgow’s illustrious 18th-20th century legacy is now met with the modern appeal of a contemporary cultural hub. Breathtaking architecture makes for the most mesmerising city streets, meanwhile a spectrum of shops large and small promise to cure the need for some retail therapy. In a nutshell, Glasgow leaves little to want for – and passionate foodies are sure to thrive here.

UNALOME by Grame Cheevers is one of the city’s best regarded restaurants, serving up sophisticated dishes built upon the finest Scottish produce. His culinary prowess is proudly displayed in every precisely-prepared dish, meanwhile a well-considered wine menu contributes a cosmopolitan appeal.

Yearning for a touch more fine dining? Cail Bruich has got you covered. Founded upon an utmost respect for her ingredients, Head Chef, Lorna McNee, proudly presents a refined menu reflective of her unwavering passion and precision. Creativity sits at the core of every culinary creation and just a small handful of components are combined to make the most heavenly dishes.

Where to stay: Just shy of an hour away, Thornhill, Stirling, welcomes you to wind down from the hustle and bustle of lively Glasgow as you revel in the comfort of your luxury cottage Scotland. 

The Laundry House, with its pristinely manicured grounds, impressive structure and breathtaking interiors is sure to steal your heart. Let this beautiful home bring you back down to earth after a day spent soaking up the sights and sounds of the city – as well as those mouthwatering dishes.

Ermine, Scotland

Michelin Star Restaurants Edinburgh

Not just for the festival goers, Edinburgh accommodates something for all. From its lively shopping scene to its century old castles and literary heritage, this colourful city is pervaded with history and culture. And of course, when it comes to eating out, there’s much to be enjoyed.

Those drawn to the appeal of local produce and seasonal-led menus should make a beeline for Timberyard. Set within the walls of a rustic warehouse, this industrial-looking restaurant calls upon a small selection of ingredients to create the most magnificent and defined dishes.

In favour of more modern cooking techniques? The Kitchin is your calling. Having sat at the forefront of the Edinburgh dining scene for many years, this prestigious eatery is anything but a best kept secret. Loved by locals and visitors alike, diners adore the seasonal Scottish produce and flavourful dishes on offer.

And finally, we have Condita. Comfortably nestled just outside the city centre, this unique eatery welcomes guests to indulge in carefully-considered flavour combinations backed by the beauty of interchanging seasonal decor. While the ingredients are often simple, the culinary creations here are beyond impressive.

Where to stay: Perfectly pitched less than an hour away from Edinburgh’s colourful city streets, you’ll find Forestmill. With a wealth of breathtaking scenery at its foot, location wise, you’ll be blown away – and Ermine promises to keep you suitably comfortable throughout your stay.

An idyllic country estate provides the prettiest of backdrops, meanwhile the unique, conservational design boasts an entirely timber construct. This place is as far removed from the thriving city centre as you could get, providing a grounding contrast to Edinburgh’s spirited streets.

Fairygreen Cottage, Scotland

Michelin Star Restaurants Scottish Highlands

Characterised by sweeping landscapes and far-reaching verdant views, a venture to the Scottish Highlands is a must for anyone craving a reconnect with nature. Inimitably beautiful, this spectacular setting presents plenty to admire – including a mouthwatering 2 Michelin Star restaurant.

Nestled right in the beating heart of glorious Gleneagles, Andrew Fairlie delivers an opulent dining experience warmed by a passionate team of professionals. The service and food here are equally exceptional and when it comes to decor, a palette of deep, rich hues make for a magnificently dramatic mount.

Where to stay: Memories this magical call for a special place to stay – and Fairygreen Cottage provides the perfect base to each and every escapade. Affording room for up to four guests, this rural bolthole welcomes you to escape the everyday and fully immerse yourself in all that the astounding Perthshire countryside has to offer. On cooler evenings, cosy up beside the flicker of the wood burning stove before unravelling in the comfort of your crisp bed sheets – bliss! 

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