Sodexo's Prestige Scotland wins five-year deal at Blair Castle

21 October 2011 by
Sodexo's Prestige Scotland wins five-year deal at Blair Castle

Prestige Scotland has won a five-year contract extension at Blair Castle, the home of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl.

As part of the seven-figure deal, the dedicated Scottish catering division of Sodexo Prestige will provide catering at the castle's 120-cover restaurant as well as corporate events, weddings and annual dinners such as the Keepers of the Quaich, which is held for the Scotch whisky industry.

Prestige Scotland, which has provided catering at the Perthshire estate for the past 15 years, is also providing capital to invest in the retail catering offer at Blair Castle.

Austin Tilsley, Prestige Scotland regional director, said: "Blair Castle is one of Scotland's most magnificent estates.

"It has been a pleasure building up a such a good relationship with the estate over the past 15 years, and we look forward to improving the food and drink experience to visitors and corporate guests even further in the coming years."

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By Janie Stamford

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