Set in 850 acres of glorious land, Gleneagles epitomises the natural beauty of Scotland and is world-renowned for its rich heritage. Experience a wide range of country pursuits, including gundog training, off-road driving, fly fishing, tennis, and golf. Explore the majestic scenery from forests and glens to rivers and cascading waterfalls. Improve your strength, stamina, and flexibility through a range of fitness classes, including TRX, Tai Chi, yoga, Pilates, circuits, and more. After an active workout, unwind in the sauna to relieve stress and flush out toxins from your body. Relax in the outdoor thermal pool as the scenes of beauty unfold in the UK’s northern prefecture. In the evening, a Franco-Scottish cuisine in Strathearn Restaurant will give you an unforgettable dining experience.
- Access to gym and fitness classes including Core Strength & Balance, TRX, Killer Workout, Pilates, Family Fitness and Elements 10 (4-6 classes held per day, subject to availability) - Access to sauna and steam room
Exclusive for Health and Fitness Travel guests
Room upgrade to room-to-room or suite-to-suite (Subject to availability on arrival)
SHARING FROM Per person, based on two guests booking together and sharing a room (unless otherwise stated)
SINGLES FROM Per person, based on private single occupancy (unless otherwise stated)
01 Jan 2022 - 30 Jun 2022
01 Jul 2022 - 31 Dec 2022
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This 850-acre property is set in the breath-taking landscapes, exemplifying the rugged natural beauty of Scotland. It is less than an hour's drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports and borders the Gleneagles railway station.
Restaurant Andre Fairlie Set within the backdrop of rolling Perthshire Hills, Andrew Fairlie is the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin Stars. Providing an environment of assuredness, where attention to detail and thoughtful service are regarded as highly as the creative cooking, you are sure to have a great evening. Ingredients are sourced from the restaurant’s own ‘Secret Garden’. Sampling the signature dish of Home Smoked Scottish Lobster is a must!
Strathearn Restaurant Comprising silver service, fine dining and walnut gueridon trolleys, Strathearn Restaurant represents Scotland’s rich heritage, beauty, and history. Savour the infamous Scottish Salmon with savoury cream and red onion. It not only offers vegetarian food but also has a gluten-free menu.
The Birnam Brasserie For Mediterranean food aficionados, the Birnam presents much loved gastronomical classics. This casual dining restaurant offers Italian and French cuisine, from Risotto Milanesem Venison Rigatoni and Spaghetti Vongole, to Salad Niçoise, Moules Mariniére, and Steak Tartare.
The Dormy The relaxed and calming atmosphere of The Dormy makes it famous amongst families and golfers. The kindling fire and views of the King’s and Queen’s Golf Courses creates a soothing atmosphere. Grilled classics, stone-baked pizzas, and Indian tandoori delights provide something for all tastes. With views of pristine green hills, The Dormy provides a relaxed and comforting setting ideal for golfers and families alike.
Afternoon Tea in the Glendevon Afternoon Tea has been served at Gleneagles since 1924. The décor and the music from the 1920s take you back in time. Sample the seasonal selection of cakes, pastries, sandwiches as you marvel the stunning glamorous surroundings of the Ochil Hills. They have also created a special Gluten-Free and Vegetarian menu, ensuring all the dietary requirements are catered for.
The Garden Cafe If you are in the mood for a little sweet treat, you should go to The Garden Café. It offers a range of mouth-watering delights, including lemon drizzle cake, lip-smacking meringues, carrot cake, scones stacked 10ft high, stunning rainbow cake, and more. Bistro-style settings, comfy sofas, and views of the lawn make The Garden Café the perfect place to enjoy sweet delicacies.
The American Bar The American Bar welcomes guests into the 1920s inspired lounge offering a range of drinks, including vintage champagnes, signature drinks, canapes, cocktails, and more.
The Century Bar This bar houses Scotland’s collection of rare and old whiskies and has been serving for almost 100 years. With beautifully restored original panelling, vintage furnishing, chesterfield sofas, you’ll hear whispers of the region’s rich history in The Century Bar.
Auchterarder 70 This impressive bar is located within The Dormy Clubhouse, with fabulous views across the golf course, it features local gins, craft beers, and a fine snack menu. Try dishes of Scottish and British fare at Auchterarder 70, including goujons, fish, calamari, tapas, and more.
The Blue Bar Open by invitation only, with a wide range of Cuban cigar and whiskies, The Blue bar features a Scandinavian-style log fire and heated leather sofas. The Blue Bar specialises in one thing – Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky – the perfect nightcap after a long day of exhilarating activities!
Facilities & Services
Facilities - Gym - Fitness suite - 2 x Swimming pools - 1 x Outdoor alpine Onsen pool - 9 x Tennis courts - Bicycle hire - 3 x Golf courses - 13 x Shooting stands - Indoor and outdoor horse-riding arena - 12 x Event spaces
Services - Fitness Classes - Laundry Service - 13 x Shops - Electric vehicle charging station - ATM/cash machine on site - Luggage storage - Currency exchange
Scotland, famed for it’s landscapes and whisky, does not disappoint when it comes to an abundance of distilleries with picturesque scenery. Gleneagles is within an hour and a half drive of two timeless distilleries: Dalwhinnie and Glenturret; the second of which is the birthplace of Famous Grouse Whisky and holds the covetous title of Scotland’s oldest distillery. If history is more of a passion than whisky, Stirling Castle, Blair Atholl Estate and Scone Palace are also all within an hour’s drive of Gleneagles.
The Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder PH3 1NF
Good to Know
Check-in time is 1500hrs, but early check-in can be requested at the time of booking
Breakfast is served from 0700hrs – 1030hrs Monday to Sunday and booking is essential.
Free parking for residents and visitors.
Babysitting service can be arranged, however prior booking is required.
Free wifi in all areas
Dog-friendly retreat with an additional charge of £100 per dog per night.
All public areas, bedrooms, restaurants, and bars are smoke-free zones.
Birnam Brasserie, Auchterarder 70, Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, and The Dormy Restaurant do not have a dress code and casual dress is permitted.
The Strathearn Restaurant requires everyone to wear a dress for dinner although jackets and ties are not essential.
The American Bar does not allow informal clothes – including trainers, ripped jeans, baseball caps, short or non-collared t-shirts. Formal dressing is encouraged; however, jackets and ties are not essential.
Best Golf Resort in the World at The Daily Telegraph and Ultratravel Magazine
Best Hotel in the UK at the Condé Nast Traveller 2018
The 20 Best Hotels in the World’ in the Condé Nast Traveller 2018 Gold List
Best Hotel in Scotland at the Today’s Golfer Magazine from 2014 - 2018
Best Spa in Scotland at the Good Spa Guide 2018 Awards
Best UK Golf Resort at the Square Mile Golf Awards 2018
European Golf Resort of the Year 2019 at the IAGTO Awards
Home to the ESPA Spa, Gleneagles offers holistic therapies and state-of-the-art facilities designed to leave you feeling re-energised, renewed, and rejuvenated. With heated swimming pools, steam rooms, jacuzzi, and a wide range of spa treatments, it is a perfect place to start work on your well-being.
- Fitness/spa locker rooms - 20 x Treatment rooms - Spa cafe - Steam room - Hot spring bath - Hot tub/jacuzzi - Sauna
Gleneagles focuses on nature’s healing powers while learning from Western and Shinto practices. It uses a holistic approach to bring together different cultures making your stay relaxing. The primary goal is to rediscover inner peace through a range of spa and wellness treatments.
- Restaurants - Pool - Treatment rooms - Sports activities - 3 x Rooms wheelchair accessible - Pull cords in bathroom - Grab rails in bathroom and around hotel - Guide dog friendly - Large print menus - Golf carts - Map - First Aid
Gleneagles has 233 rooms that include luxury bedrooms, suites, and family rooms. With views of the Gleneagles estate, they are perfectly designed to offer a mix of glamour and homeliness. Luxury fittings, sumptuous fabrics, freestanding bathtubs, and beautiful period details celebrate the luxury of Scottish history at its best. Each room is equipped with a hairdryer, pillow menu, luxury bath products, air-con, Wi-Fi, and TV with free movies.
Room upgrade to room-to-room or suite-to-suite (Subject to availability on arrival)
Visited October 2020
This hotel remains a world class resort and a must to visit on any trip to Scotland. Golf, food and leisure facilities are all exceptional. We played golf and even in October the course was immaculate. We ate in 4 different restaurants and all were fantastic. The breakfasts were wonderful, both in the main restaurant and in Sun room extension.
Gleneagles is famous for offering a world-class golfing experience, but it is also home to 9 restaurants and bars including two Michelin starred restaurant - Restaurant Andrew Fairlie.
It has 13 retail shops that offers beauty products, children’s clothing, fashion, and golf wear.
With 850 acres of beautiful countryside, Gleneagles offers personalised itineraries for individuals, groups, and families in search of countryside pursuits.
Throughout the Spring and Summer months guests can enjoy complimentary lawn games.
You can fish for Wild Atlantic Salmon at River Tay, which will then be cooked for you later in the evening.
The weather sometimes is unpredictable.
Located in Perthshire, Gleneagles is a little far away from the city.
It can be very busy during the golf tournaments with limited access to rooms available to book and limited to no use the golf courses.