Whether sipping a whisky cocktail in the Blue Bar; unwinding in the award-winning Spa by ESPA ; learning to fly a Harris Hawk from your gloved hand; or soaking up the unique atmosphere of The Sommelier Table in The Cellars, Gleneagles offers a world of unforgettable experiences.
Just one hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow, The Gleneagles Hotel was built by the Old Caledonian Railway Company in 1924 in the heart of a beautiful Scottish glen.
Set in an 850-acre estate with its own railway station, it immediately won fame as one of the world’s finest hotels. Gleneagles is renowned for its three championship golf courses – The PGA Centenary Course – venue for the Ryder Cup 2014 – and the stunning King’s and Queen’s Courses. All offer generous fairways, big greens, challenges for all handicaps and superb views of the surrounding countryside.
Throughout the hotel you will find the finest comfort from the 232 luxury bedrooms and suites, to the calming environment of the spacious destination spa by ESPA. Four restaurants ensure there is plenty of choice for gourmands, including Scotland’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant Andrew Fairlie, where a nine course tasting menu will delight the senses.
The Activities School offers clay target shooting, archery and trout fishing on three lochs within the resort’s estate, as well as one of Europe’s leading equestrian centres. Meanwhile, at the Gundog School, guests can learn how to handle a trained gundog, incorporating obedience, agility and handling. With all-weather tennis, swimming, croquet, cycling, off-road driving and the British Falconry School in the grounds, there really is something for everyone.
The Gleneagles Hotel will take your event to a whole new level. Whether you are planning a series of executive meetings for twenty in our sophisticated top floor Boardroom; a gala dinner in our grand Ballroom; or a large two-day conference in The Gleneagles Suite, a choice of fourteen elegant and versatile private event spaces guarantee plenty of choice.