Gleneagles Hotel

Gleneagles Hotel

Golf Resort & Spa


The Gleneagles Hotel is a five-star golf resort set in 850 acres of stunning scenery in Perthshire, Central Scotland, just one hour drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh.

The Hotel is designed in the style of a French chateau with gardens inspired by Capability Brown. Today, Gleneagles remains a wonderful retreat for those dedicated to leisure and pleasure in the most beautiful surroundings.

The world golfing spotlight will centre on Gleneagles in Sept 2014 as the resort plays host to the 40th Ryder Cup!

The Centenary course has been extensively remodelled to provide a true champions taste for the world’s best. The regular tees will allow members and visitors to enjoy all the challenges of the course with a more manageable distance. The Centenary course was described as "The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with" by designer, Jack Nicklaus.

Gleneagles is also home to the Kings and Queen golf courses, which are made up of undulating terrain and a number of quirky holes with the finest Perthshire scenery.

Dining at Gleneagles features the award winning Strathearn restaurant for breakfast and themed buffets, and the famous two Michelin-star restaurant by Andrew Fairlie, considered by many the finest dining experience in Scotland, where the cuisine is classic French with a Scottish twist.

For those just wanting to relax there’s a Spa by ESPA voted Favourite Scottish Hotel Spa in Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Spa Awards 2009.

Book your trip to Gleneagles to experience the historic and present day, world class golf!


Gleneagles Hotel Gleneagles Estate Lobby Sovereign Room Bathroom Estate Room Andrew Fairlie Restaurant Deso Restaurant Deso Restaurant (2) Stratearn Restaurant Stratearn Restaurant (2) The Blue Bar Dormy Clubhouse Hotel Shops Swimming Pool The Spa at Gleneagles Gym Tennis Equestrian School Gleneagles Queens Course Gleneagles Kings Course PGA Centenary Course
Gleneagles Hotel
Gleneagles Estate
Sovereign Room
Estate Room
Andrew Fairlie Restaurant
Deso Restaurant
Deso Restaurant (2)
Stratearn Restaurant
Stratearn Restaurant (2)
The Blue Bar
Dormy Clubhouse
Hotel Shops
Swimming Pool
The Spa at Gleneagles
Equestrian School
Gleneagles Queens Course
Gleneagles Kings Course
PGA Centenary Course
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Gleneagles Hotel

Guest Rooms

Gleneagles offers a choice of 232 Guest Rooms and Suites.

• Classic Rooms – Comfortably sized rooms (King or Twin) overlooking hotel buildings and rooftops.

• Sovereign Rooms – Spacious (King or Twin) rooms, some with their own sitting area overlooking hotel building and rooftops or comfortably sized rooms overlooking the grounds and gardens.

• Estate twin or double rooms – Spacious (King or Twin) rooms with fine views over the grounds and gardens of the estate.

• Estate Suites – Large Suites with attractive views towards the Perthshire hills and golf courses. Separate sitting room and king sized beds.

• Whisky Suites – Outstanding views across the resort, separate sitting room with dining area and king sized beds.

• Spirit Suites with 2 bedrooms, sitting room and en-suite facilities. Each suite is unique and has its own lovely characteristics.

• The Blue Tower Suite – This magnificent suite is split over two levels boasting two luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms situated on the lower floor, with a spiral staircase leading up to a mezzanine lounge. Perfect for relaxing after a stroll across the estate, the lounge is a large, light-filled space with a dining area and features a wall mounted Sony home cinema and PlayStation 3.

• The Royal Lochnagar Suite – The most luxurious suite, comprises sitting room, guest bathroom, master bedroom, relaxation area, walk in dressing room and master bathroom. Stunning views over golf courses towards the Glendevon valley.



The Gleneagles Hotel has an international reputation for the excellence and variety of the dishes prepared in the hotel's kitchens, which benefit from the finest, freshest produce available from Scotland's larder, and from specialist suppliers around the world.

Gleneagles Hotel is also highly regarded for the depth and range of its wine cellar and for the quality of service in each of the resort's four restaurants. The Hotel’s seven Sommeliers assist with advice on the selection of fine wines to complement your menu.

Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles – the Hotel’s signature restaurant.

The Strathearn Restaurant is Gleneagles' two rosette restaurant with magnificent views across the estate. Smart/casual dresscode, except for denim, shorts, baseball caps and trainers. Open for breakfast, dinner and Sunday lunch.

Deseo, a lively and fun “Mediterranean Food Market”, has recently been unveiled at Gleneagles, offering informal yet delicious dining. Situated adjacent to the spa, pool and leisure area, Deseo is perfect for all the family with a strong emphasis on varied and healthy eating all.

The Dormy Clubhouse is ideal for an informal lunch or refreshment after your game - traditional British food and drink service in a relaxed and comfortable clubhouse. Dinner also served in the evenings against the spectuacular panaorama of the Gleneagles golfcourses.


The Gleneagles Resort has a selection of bars, each with a fine selection of Scotch whiskies, including Royal Lochnagar and the Classic Malts. Guests can choose from a selection of exclusive Gleneagles' cocktails and an extensive wine list consisting of more than 250 wines.

The Bar - Takes its inspiration from the Jazz Age and reflects Gleneagles timeless glamour while matching the mood of today. For many of our guests the social life of the Hotel revolves around this dramatic and theatrical room. Afternoon tea and lunch also served.

The Tryst The Tryst is a split-level bar, open to all, at the heart of Glenmor, Gleneagles’ Seasonal Ownership village. Enjoy a light snack whilst admiring spectacular panoramic views across to Trossachs Hills and Grampian Mountains. The Tryst is open from 10am to 7pm daily with cakes and pastries available to enjoy alongside a selection of hot drinks until 5pm. Children are welcome – games are provided to keep the whole family amused.

Leisure Facilities

The Estate has a wide range of leisure pursuits available to guests, including fresh water trout and salmon fishing, falconry, equestrian, shooting, boating, walking and of course, world class golf are all within the Estate’s garden and surroundings.

For keen tennis players, a tennis clinic at Gleneagles is given by former Wimbledon ladies singles champion, Virginia Wade. Guests are also invited to use the extensive leisure suite including swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Beauty Salon and Spa.

Leisure Walks, Horse riding, off-road driving, croquet, mountain biking – are also all available with expert help and tuition.

Local Area


At The Hotel: Shopping at Gleneagles is extensive and enjoyable in the Gleneagles Shopping Arcade situated off the main lobby.

Essentials Newspapers, tobacco, toiletries, postcards, small gifts and stamps as well.

Alfred Dunhill The ultimate lifestyle collection.

Gift from Gleneagles Souvenirs and gifts including exclusive contemporary Gleneagles branded items.

Impromptu Gifts and fashion accessories.

Hawick Cashmere Men's and women's cashmere.

The Still Room Deluxe blended and malt whiskies from United Distillers and Vintners.

Mappin & Webb Quality jewellery, gold and silverware.

Escada Exclusive ladies fashion.

Also on the Estate:

The Golf Shop In the Dormy Clubhouse. Clothes, equipment and accessories for golfers and non-players.

The Golf Academy Equipment for trial and purchase, special fitting and tailor made clubs.

Country Style Classic country clothing and fashion lines from Mulberry, Paul Costelloe, John Partridge and shoes from Rockport, RH Williams and Mountain Horse clothing for the rider as well as lots of other riding essentials.

The Spa Shop Within The Club, The Spa Shop sells sports and casual wear, swim wear, towelling bathrobes, T-shirts and sweatshirts, as well as skin and body care products, fragrances and make-up.


From the North/South:

Leave the M9 / A9 (dual carriageway) at the A823 junction 'Crieff and Gleneagles'. The hotel and golf courses are signposted from there.


Fishing on the River Tay, Scotland's great salmon river or on two lochs exclusively for guests at Gleneagles Hotel. Gleneagles' skilled Ghillies share their knowledge with novices and experienced anglers.

Clothing and fishing tackle are supplied for fishing. Advance notice/booking is essential. Catches may be cooked by the chef for a celebratory meal, or chilled and vacuum packed to take home.

Fishing Calendar & Rates

Brown Trout1 April - 31 October
Rainbow TroutAll year
Trout Fishing£80 for single rod, for two hours
£50 per rod thereafter (maximum 4 guests)

Please ask your Ascot Golf Sales Representative to include Fishing with your Holiday to Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland.

Horse Riding

Mark Phillips Equestrian School

The Mark Phillips Equestrian School at Gleneagles Hotel is one of the best equipped in the world and provides facilities for every discipline of horsemanship, and at every level of experience. The School also has at its disposal some of the most beautiful horse trail riding country in Europe. Trainers include William Micklem (author of “The Complete Horse Riding Manual”), Ernest Dillon (one of Britain's leading show jumping coaches.) and, of course, Captain Mark Phillips (Olympic 3-day eventing Gold Medal winner).


Famous Grouse Distillery

Famous Grouse is the oldest Single Malt Distillery in Scotland. Established in 1775, located 15 miles from Gleneagles.

Please ask your Ascot Golf Sales Representative to arrange for a visit to the Famous Grouse distillery with your Golf Holiday to the Gleneagles Resort, Perthshire, Scotland.

Golf Academy

Gleneagles Golf Academy

The Gleneagles Golf Academy has world-class practice facilities, all set with beautiful and inspiring environment.

Facilities at Gleneagles include:

  • 6 covered long game teaching bays
  • 4 covered pitching bays
  • 14 outdoor long game bays
  • Short game pitching area
  • 2 putting greens
  • 3 short game practice greens with 5 varied bunkers
  • 2 Swing Rooms with Dartfish video analysis system
Gleneagles Golf Academy Rates

Head Professional (1 hour) - £115

PGA Professional (1 hour) - £ 85

Junior Lessons (1 junior/30 mins) - £35

"Golfers are increasingly aware of the value of tuition and the Golf Academy at Gleneagles is the centre of excellence for the teaching of golf in Scotland. Our philosophy is that golf should be fun, and whether your aim is to win the Open or just improve your handicap, fun in golf comes from playing better." - Russell Smith, Head Golf Professional.

Please ask Ascot Golf to include Tuition with your Golf Holiday Package.


Gleneagles has four all-weather courts and one grass court. Virginia Wade, former Wimbledon Ladies Champion, gives a clinic every July. Academies, group and singles lessons available on request with the local tennis professionals.

Fine Dining

Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles

Gleneagles provides what is arguably the finest dining experience in Scotland with its gourmet, Michelin-starred restaurant.

Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles: Scottish Master Chef Andrew Fairlie creates signature dishes in his intimate restaurant. The cuisine is French but with a Scottish twist. Many of the ingredients for the gourmet menu come from the famous Rungis market outside Paris as well as from local Scottish suppliers.

Andrew's signature dish is Smoked Lobster, which involves smoking lobster shells over old whisky barrels for up to twelve hours. Other delicacies on offer include Roast Anjou Squab with Black Truffle Gnocchi and a tempting Hot Chocolate Biscuit dessert. Booking in advance for weekends is essential.

Strathearn Restaurant: Gleneagles' two AA rosette award winning restaurant with great views across the estate. Enjoy Scottish produce in a contemporary menu.

The wine list at Gleneagles is extensive and the resort has a collection of some of the rarest malt whiskies in Scotland. Gleneagles was voted No.1 Hotel in the UK by Conde Nast readers.


Gleneagles Spa by ESPA

Gleneagles Spa by ESPA

The Spa at Gleneagles by ESPA is set in an 850 acre resort of beautiful countryside in the heart of Scotland - the perfect setting for one of the most luxurious destination spas in the world.

ESPA’s approach is holistic, combining modern techniques with ancient therapies from around the world. The result is a unique combination of spa-inspired products, treatments and services that harness the best aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, thalassotherapy and phytotherapy.

The calming relaxation rooms at the spa and the spacious, naturally lit courtyard allow guests to rest body and mind pre and post treatment. Explore the crystal steam rooms, tropical showers, chilling ice rubs, saunas and the striking unisex vitality pool.

For further indulgence, visit the Salon at Gleneagles which offers styling, haircuts and a multitude of luxurious beauty treatments.

Gents can also treat themselves at the Gleneagles Barbers, with a choice of traditional hot or cold towel wet shaves using Dovo razors and a blend of special oils.

  • Favourite Scottish Hotel Spa - Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Spa Awards 2009

  • Favourite UK Hotel Spa - Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Travel Awards 2008

  • Hotel Destination Spa of the Year - British Beauty and Spa Awards 2008

  • Voted top Scottish Spa in Best of British - Tatler Spa Guide 2008

Please ask your Ascot Golf Sales Agent for further details, or to ensure availability at the ESPA Spa for your visit to Gleneagles, please include your spa preferences with your Ascot Golf holiday booking.

Open Tournaments

2016 Gleneagles International Pro-Am

5-8 July 2016

The Gleneagles International Pro-Am will take place from 5-8 July 2016, across The King’s, Queen’s and PGA Centenary Courses.

The event will be open to teams of four, comprising three amateurs and one PGA Professional, and will have a total prize fund of £18,000.

Gary Silcock, Gleneagles’ Director of Golf, commented: “We’re really excited to announce this new event for the 2016 golfing calendar, which gives players from around the world the opportunity to compete across Gleneagles’ three championship courses. Competitors will have the chance to play two of James Braid’s Classic Courses – The King’s and Queen’s – as well as the PGA Centenary Course, the host venue for 2014’s Ryder Cup.

Afterwards, enjoy some warm Scottish hospitality in one of the UK’s most iconic luxury hotels.

“We hope to welcome lots of international visitors, who will be able to use Gleneagles’ location in the heart of Scotland as a base to explore the country – from historic attractions, to whisky distilleries and, of course, some great golf courses. The fact that it’s taking place the week before The Open at Troon means it’s great timing to make the trip.”

Tournament Fees

Per Golfer: £2495/€3495/US$3795


• Four nights’ accommodation per player;

• Drinks reception and welcome dinner;

• Packed lunch on tournament days;

• Four rounds of golf;

• Celebration dinner and prize presentation. *

• No charge for PGA Professional


Tuesday July 5  Arrival at Gleneagles for Registration and practice round on chosen course. Drinks reception and Welcome Dinner 
Wednesday July 6  1st Round – Queen’s Course 
Thursday July7 2nd Round – PGA Centenary Course 
Friday 8th  Final Round – The King’s Course. Prize Presentation & drinks Celebration Dinner 
Saturday 9th   Departure

For Tournament Entry, please include on your Holiday Booking for Gleneagles that you wish to participate in the Gleneagles Pro-Am, or email for further details.

Gleneagles Centenary

Gleneagles Centenary

Par: 72

Length: 7080 yards

Course designer: Jack Nicklaus

Venue: PGA European Tour - Scottish PGA Championship

Gleneagles Centenary

Jack Nicklaus describes the Gleneagles Centenary course as "The finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with".

From the back tees, the PGA Centenary Course is the longest inland course in Scotland. The tees are however graded at each hole in five stages, including a challenging 6,558 yards from the white markers down to 5,072 from the red.

A feature of the PGA Centenary Course is the feast of views of the spectacular countryside in which Gleneagles is set - a scene which will become more familiar to golfers worldwide when the Centenary course hosts the Ryder Cup in 2008.

Gleneagles Kings

Gleneagles Kings

Par: 71

Length: 6701 yards

Course designer: James Braid

Gleneagles Kings

The Gleneagles King's Course, opened in 1919, is a masterpiece designed by James Braid to test the shot-making skills of even the best player over 18 holes.

As a course, the King’s Course is certainly one of the most beautiful and exhilarating places to play golf in the world, with the springy moorland turf underfoot, the sweeping views from the tees all around, the rock-faced mountains to the north, the green hills to the south, and the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich on the western horizon. As a test, selecting the right club for each approach shot is the secret on the King's.

All the holes have evocative and pithy Scots names. For example, the fifth, "Het Girdle" (Hot Pan), is a challenging par 3 with trouble everywhere except on the green, while the 17th's name, "Warslin' Lea" (Wrestling Ground), reflects the difficulty so many golfers have had with this long, sweeping par 4.

Gleneagles Queens

Gleneagles Queens

Par: 68

Length: 5965 yards

Gleneagles Queens

The natural beauty of the Gleneagles Queen's Course inspires the world's most experienced players.

Threading through high ridges on the north and west sides of the estate, the Queen's offers lovely woodland settings, lochs and ditches as water hazards, as well as many moorland characteristics.

While the length of the course suggests a more leisurely challenge than on the other Gleneagles courses, the Queen’s does tend to surprise the golfer with well-positioned bunkers and small greens placing a strong emphasis on course management.



Par: 72

Length: 6652 yards

Course designer: Kyle Phillips

Venue: PGA European Tour - Dunhill Links Championship


Six miles south of Scotland’s Old Course at St Andrews is the new Kingsbarns Golf Links, so splendiferous in its concept and execution that we felt compelled to declare it our first ever Best New International Course” – Golf Digest, 2001.

Kingsbarns is a relatively new but classic links set against the rugged coastline of the North Sea in the most famous stretch of golfing terrain in the world. The land in East Fife is perfect for golf and Kingsbarns makes great use of the sandy soils, ridges and hollows. Glorious sea views, deep, revetted bunkers, smooth, undulating greens and the picturesque Cambo burn make for an attractive but stern test of golf which requires excellent shotmaking.

The course is now included within the end of PGA European Tour season Dunhill Links Championship!

Muirfield Golf

Muirfield Golf

Par: 71

Length: 7245 yards

Course designer: Old Tom Morris

Venue: Open Championship

Muirfield Golf

Muirfield is a renowned host to major championships - eleven Amateur Championships have been played over the course and 15 Open Championships.

With the exception of the Championship tees, the course has changed little since 1936. In 2008 however, in conjunction with the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, golf architect Martin Hawtree was commissioned to advise the Club on how best to ensure Muirfield remains a challenge to the world’s great golfers. As a result, some amendments are being made before the next Open Championship scheduled to be played in 2013.

The ethos of golf for the Club (The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers) is two-ball match play on Muirfield, either singles or foursomes, other forms being discouraged but permitted on occasion.

Among the most memorable rounds at Muirfield was Nick Faldo’s march of 18 straight pars to defeat Paul Azinger to the his first Open in 1988. More recently, Ernie Els captured his only Open Championship at Muirfield in 2002. For many golfers worldwide, Muirfield offers the ultimate golfing experience.



Par: 72

Length: 6941 yards

Course designer: Allan Robertson, Tom Morris, James Braid

Venue: British Open


The Links of Carnoustie is generally accepted as one of the ultimate tests in golf. The British Open returned here in 1999, with Scotland's Paul Lawrie winning a 4-way play-off, which included Frenchman Jean van de Velde, who needed only a 6 on the par-4 last for victory. Ben Hogan won here in 1953, and the par-5 6th Hole at Carnoustie was officially renamed after him in 2003 as Hogan's Alley, because of the Champions strategy of driving between the fairway bunkers and out-of-bounds, to set up winning birdies. Carnoustie once again will host the British Open in 2007.

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What's included

  • Sovereign Room, Breakfast, Green Fees as listed, Local Taxes.

What's not included

  • Flights, Car Hire/Transfers, Lunch, Dinner, Buggy Hire.

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3rd Person Sharing
On Request
Children Sharing Parents' Room
Aged 0 - 5 yrs £0 Per Child Per Night
Aged 6 - 14 yrs, Incl. Breakfast £55 Per Child Per Night
Children Sharing Own Room
Aged 6 - 14 yrs, Discount to be applied from Standard Room Rates Per Room Night
Half Board
Dinner in The Strathearn, Deseo or The Dormy Clubhouse.Supplement applies for the Andrew Fairlie Restaurant. £55 Per Person Per Night
Room Upgrade (Supplement)
Estate Suite On Request
Whiskey Suite On Request
Spirit Suite (2nd Tier) On Request
Spirit Suite (1st Tier) On Request
Tower Suite On Request
Lochnagar Suite On Request
Edinburgh Airport (77km)
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5 - 8 Persons £170 Per Vehicle Journey
Glasgow International Airport (87km)
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5 - 8 Persons £170 Per Vehicle Journey
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