Craobh Haven wins big at Scottish Hospitality Awards

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Craobh Haven has won two awards at the 2018 Scottish Hospitality Awards.

Popular restaurant Lord of the Isles won Casual Restaurant Dining of the Year for central region, with restaurant manager Siobhan Macmillan taking home the award for Best Restaurant Manager ahead of city opposition.

Lord of the Isles staff were presented with their awards during a black tie event hosted by STV radio presenter Zara Janjua.

Irfan Younis, chief executive officer of sponsor Creative Oceanic, said: ‘We are honoured that our aim to reward some of the top contenders in the Scottish hospitality industry has been successfully met.

‘We congratulate all the finalists and winners for their achievements.’

Wil Craig of the Lord of the Isles said: ‘We are really trying to put Craobh Haven and Argyll hospitality on the map to encourage tourism to our area and let people know that only a short distance away from the big cities there are fabulous places to eat, drink and stay.’