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Gleneagles Hotel


Between Perth and Stirling sits Gleneagles, best known for its world class golf courses. The course was home to the dramatic 2014 Ryder Cup victory where Paul McGinley’s European side resisted the challenge of an American team led by the great Tom Watson.

An iconic country estate set beneath the beautiful Ochil Hills, The Gleneagles Hotel has been a luxury destination for nearly a century. Located just one hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports and with its own railway station, Gleneagles offers the perfect retreat for those looking for relaxation, fun and adventure.

Three championship courses have established the resort’s reputation as a golfer’s paradise but the hotel offers so much more than golf. The 850-acre estate epitomizes the rugged natural beauty for which Scotland is famed and offers guests a glorious playground of country pursuits and activities.

Whether you come to fly a Harris’ Hawk, ride horses, play tennis, go off-roading, train gundogs, shoot game, fish, enjoy Michelin-starred dining, or relax in an award-winning spa, Gleneagles offers a world of unforgettable experiences.

Landmarks and Attractions

Centenary Golf Course

Known for its challenging layout, stunning scenery and great facilities, this prestigious and world-renowned golf course is a must visit.

Tullibardine Distillery

With a history of beer making going back to 1488, the distillery pened in 1949, the distillery was mothballed in 1995 but resumed production in 2003. The distillery offers tours seven days a week.

Spa at Gleneagles

Indulge yourself with a pampering session at the Gleneagles spa, swimming pool, gym and beauty salon.