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Gleneagles Hotel (The), Auchterarder, Perthshire

Gleneagles Hotel (The)

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When Gleneagles opened in 1924 it was described as 'a Riviera in the Highlands' - today it remains dedicated to excellence, just as it was in its earliest days.

Sumptuous meals are served using the finest, freshest, Scottish produce available. Enjoy traditional as well as haute cuisine, complemented by some of the world's finest wines from its cellars, in any of the resort's four top class restaurants, including 2 Michelin- starred Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles.

Gleneagles, the venue for the Ryder Cup 2014, offers many sporting opportunities besides golf. Clay target shooting and all-weather tennis, swimming, squash, croquet, fishing, falconry, off road driving and riding are all available within the stunning 850 acre estate.

For conferences Gleneagles is the destination which combines business with the luxury and elegance of one of The Leading Hotels of the World.

It holds the Automobile Association's supreme accolade of Five Red Stars and is one hour's drive north of Edinburgh and Glasgow airports and has its own railway station.


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 232 - including 26 suites
Number Ensuite: 232

Price per Room:

Price Includes: (May to September 2011)
Double: From 420
Twin: From 420
Suite: From 860
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Open All Year
Tennis Court
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TV in Rooms - Interactive
Satellite TV
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