Since opening its doors in 1924, Gleneagles has been one of Scotland’s most iconic hotels and sporting estates, set beneath the Ochil Hills in the heart of Perthshire. Beginning its life in the glamorous age of travel when guests arrived in style at Gleneagles’ very own train station, the 850-acre country estate epitomises the natural beauty for which Scotland is famed. With its glorious playground of country pursuits and fine dining, the hotel has reclaimed its position on the social calendar. In 2022, Gleneagles embarked on a journey from the countryside to the city with the opening of Gleneagles Townhouse in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.
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Since 2015 we’ve been renovating and reviving two iconic destinations filled with craftsmanship and rich with stories. All of the spaces at Gleneagles and across the estate are designed with the history of the hotel and its beautiful location in mind – luxurious and elegant, yet relaxed and unstuffy. In Edinburgh, we worked with the most skilled makers to restore original and period features, breathing new life into St Andrew Square while honouring the buildings heritage as a bank.
Luxury at Gleneagles can be interiors that inspire and adventures that amaze. But the real luxury comes from the warm team, thoughtful service and our guests feeling at home whether they’re wearing their wellies or their most glamorous garments.
A Love of the Outdoors
To love the Glen is to love the great outdoors, from the thrill of an active life experiencing traditional and modern-day country pursuits to caring for our beautiful environment and preserving it for generations to come.
Scottish at Heart
Gleneagles is the essence of Scotland: the beautiful rolling hills; the warm, friendly people; the taste of land and sea; the heritage and the provenance.
Gatherings on the Social Calendar
Gleneagles has always been a social hotel, a place where people dream of going to have some fun. With spaces, events and activities curated to celebrate, reunite, inspire and disconnect. It’s a place to gather the clans or pop the question, relax in nature or rise to a new challenge.
Two mighty destinations – one nestled in the heart of the stunning and varied Perthshire countryside, the other impressively flanking historic St Andrew Square in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland and cultural festivals.
Restaurants & Bars
Earning its spot on the culinary map, Gleneagles offers everything from classic brasserie lunches to Michelin-starred dining at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, sumptuous afternoon teas, Indian comfort food straight from the tandoor, plentiful hillside picnics and cosy, candlelit bothy suppers. And don’t forget to sip, sniff and sample the whisky while you’re there.