The Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland

From falconry to Michelin-starred cuisine — Luxury resort in Scotland offers exhilarating outdoor pursuits and award-winning golf, culinary and spa
  • Gundog Training
  • The Birnam Brasserie’s Winter Garden
  • Glendevon
  • Estate Suite
  • Gleneagles

Set within an 850 acre countryside estate in Perthshire, Scotland, the renowned 5-star Gleneagles Hotel is located just one hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh (by road/rail), or a direct train from London. When it first opened on June 7, 1924, Gleneagles was described as “the eighth wonder of the world.” Offering 232 luxurious bedrooms, including 26 suites, the resort is celebrated for its three championship golf courses — the King’s, the Queen’s and the PGA Centenary Course, which hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup. Guests can also choose from a robust line-up of leisure pursuits including horse-riding, polo, falconry, shooting, off-road driving, archery and gun dog training. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, and a founder member of Connoisseurs Scotland, Gleneagles features four restaurants, including Scotland’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant, Andrew Fairlie. Spa enthusiasts can find serenity at the award-winning destination spa by ESPA featuring Scotland’s first ESPA Life wellness center. A premier international option for groups, Gleneagles combines distinct incentive activities with 14 unique and elegant spaces, including the new 26,910 square foot conference venue and indoor tennis center – The Gleneagles Arena. In July 2017, Gleneagles unveiled the second and largest wave of refurbishments under Ennismore’s design studio, which features refreshed suites, dining spaces and an expansion to the already-renowned outdoor pursuits programming.