Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers Appoints Clare Winskill As New Chair
The Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers (ASSC) proudly announces the appointment of
Clare Winskill as its new Chair. Clare's selection comes following the recent AGM held
virtually on 9th January 2024.
Clare Winskill brings a wealth of expertise to her new role, stemming from her ownership of
Coruisk House Michelin Guide Restaurant and Hotel on Skye, as well as the recently opened
self-catering cottage, An Nead – “The Nest”. With over 12 years of residency in Scotland
alongside her partner, Clare has fostered a deep-seated passion for Scottish tourism and is
dedicated to delivering exceptional guest experiences.
Beyond her entrepreneurial endeavours, Clare serves as a Director at the Scottish Tourism
Alliance (STA), advocating for regenerative tourism practices that benefit both the economy
and local communities. Clare brings invaluable experience, including insights into the
challenges facing rural communities. She is passionate about sustainable and inclusive
policies, practices, and partnerships.
Recently, Clare assumed the role of Co-Chair at the Institute of Directors Highlands and
Islands Branch, further demonstrating her dedication to professional excellence and
leadership development. Additionally, she is actively pursuing certification as a Chartered
Director to advance her skills and expertise in governance and leadership.
Clare Winskill assumes her role as Chair of the ASSC with immediate effect, poised to lead
the organisation toward a future of ingenuity and resilience in Scotland’s tourism sector.
Commenting on her appointment, Clare Winskill remarked:
“I am honoured to play a key part in representing Scotland’s self-catering community during
this pivotal juncture in the industry. My focus is on supporting our team, members, and
partners, ensuring continued growth and development of the ASSC to meet the diverse needs
of our membership. I am eager to leverage the benefits of collaboration and draw upon my
connections within STA to drive positive change.”
Fiona Campbell, Chief Executive of the ASSC, expressed her enthusiasm for Clare's
“We are thrilled to welcome Clare as our new Chair. With her fresh perspective and dynamic
approach, we are confident in our ability to navigate evolving landscapes and emerge
stronger. Clare's leadership will undoubtedly propel us toward continued success amidst