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The Gleneagles Hotel is a Five Red Star golf resort set in 850 acres of stunning scenery in Perthshire, Scotland. It celebrated its 80th anniversary in June 2004.
The Gleneagles Hotel is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World; one of the Great Golf Resorts of the World; and a founder member of Connoisseurs Scotland, the world class grouping of properties which provide an authentic flavour of Scotland to discerning travellers. The Gleneagles Hotel was proud to host the G8 summit of world leaders in July 2005.
The Gleneagles Hotel was designed in the style of a French chateau and Capability Brown, the celebrated 18th century landscape gardener, inspired the landscaping.
Luxurious and impeccable though it is, you will find that the Gleneagles Hotel has a refreshingly relaxed manner, unstarchy and unstiff that is mirrored by the friendly courtesy of all the staff. From your first wholehearted Scottish welcome you will be looked after warmly by the staff and the services offered.
PH3 1NF, Scotland, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1764 662231 (UK)
Creme de la Creme, Luxury Resort
The Taste of Scotland is always to be enjoyed at the Gleneagles Hotel, from morning kippers or a fresh egg from a nearby farmhouse; scones and cream or Dundee cake for afternoon tea in The Bar to Angus beef, Scottish salmon, venison or Highland grouse for dinner.
This is Gleneagles' two rosette award winning restaurant with magnificent views across the estate. The service is stylish and the food is from a classical era.
Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles
Scottish Chef of the year, Andrew Fairlie, creates signature dishes in his intimate, two Michelin-starred restaurant, where every detail has been carefully planned to create a truly special experience - from the innovative original art on the walls through to the specially selected French cheeses and Scottish-grown herbs.
As Andrew received much of his chef's training in the South West of France with Michel Guérard, the cuisine is unashamedly French but with a Scottish twist.
Deseo, a lively and fun “Mediterranean Food Market”, has recently been unveiled at Gleneagles, offering informal yet delicious dining. Situated adjacent to the spa, pool and leisure area, Deseo is perfect for all the family with a strong emphasis on varied and healthy eating all.
The Dormy Clubhouse
There’s no better way to relax after an exhausting round of golf, than by enjoying great beer, traditional British food and efficient service in our relaxed and comfortable clubhouse.
Throughout the summer season (April-October), extensive breakfast and carvery lunch buffets are available, allowing you to eat as much, or as little, as you like!
At the Gleneagles Hotel you can choose from 232 luxurious bedrooms, including 26 exclusively decorated suites.
Bedrooms, are in muted colours with sensual fabrics and with spacious bathrooms, ensuring that guests enjoy the finest comforts and the ultimate in relaxation.
As well as an array of amenities all rooms have interactive televisions offering the excellent in-room entertainment and e-mail access.
Some rooms are specially designed rooms for disabled guests, and there are additional rooms with wheelchair access - and lifts to all floors.
Gleneagles means golf - but it also means so much more. Our guests often debate whether staying at the Gleneagles Hotel is more relaxing than vigorous or the other way round. There are indoor and outdoor activities for everyone: walks, horse riding, shooting, fishing, falconry, off-road driving, gundog school, tennis, croquet, mountain biking - all with expert help and tuition.
For more gentler indoor pursuits try The Spa or a quiet swim in one of our two pools.
Crieff - Lying on the southern edge of the Highlands on the banks of the River Earn.
Loch Earn - The picturesque villages of Lochearnhead and St Fillans lie on the shores of Loch Earn.
Loch Tay - Perthshire's longest loch which is a total of 14 miles in length.
Callander - A pictureseque town known as the gateway to Rob Roy country.
Stirling - Home to Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, known as the "Place of Strife". William Wallace won independance for Scotland in Stirling.
Aberfeldy - Located on the Tay river with the historic Castle Menzies close by.
Sma' Glen - A pretty drive through some of the Highlands most amazing scenery.
Pitlochry - Famous for its scenery and the Hydro Electric dam with salmon ladder.