A Skye chef will be the latest guest in a series of afternoon tea events.

Lady Clare Macdonald of Kinloch Lodge will be hosting the fourth installment in the Gleneagles Afternoon Tea events.

Bringing her classic cooking techniques to Gleneagles, Lady Macdonald’s Afternoon Tea will showcase Scottish ingredients from across the country with an exciting twist. The limited-edition afternoon tea will be created by Gleneagles’ team of expert pastry chefs and will include dishes such as warm crab and Mull cheddar melt and mini Welsh rarebit. There will also be sweet treats including marmalade gingerbread, toasted hazelnut shortbread and dark chocolate brandy squares.

Lady Claire Macdonald said: “Afternoon tea has always been a feature of British culture, but these days it is achieving status as a meal in its own right. Combining celebration with indulgence, it is something that can be enjoyed by all generations.

“These afternoon tea menus are inspired and contain exquisite and delectable items, both savoury and sweet, from Scottish chefs of renown. As a cook I feel so very honoured to be in the company of these great guest chefs and to be invited to participate by Gleneagles - itself synonymous with top quality."

Lady Macdonald champions Scottish produce throughout her cooking and this Afternoon Tea will be a truly unique Scottish culinary experience, fusing Highland classics with traditional afternoon tea delights. Over the last 40 years, she has written more than 20 cookery books as well as hosting cooking demonstrations across the world and in her own kitchen at Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye.

The Lady Claire Macdonald Afternoon Tea will be available for one week only from 12 – 18 November 2018. For more information and to make a reservation, visit www.gleneagles.com or contact Gleneagles’ dining reservations team on 01764 69 4270. Complimentary transfers are available by prior arrangement from Gleneagles Train Station.