Venue reviews for Gleneagles
This venue has 8 reviews,
with an average rating of 5 out of 5
Just thought I would let you know that the overnight stay you organised for us at Gleneagles hotel was first class, in fact I have recommended it to everyone I know and have given a few people your contact number. I hope this was ok. The staff were so friendly and helpful. It was absolutely fantastic. Thanks again,
My partner and I had an absolutely fabulous golf break in April at Gleneagles Hotel and have some great pictures to show for it. Kind regards,
Well, what can I say? Two terrific days of golf and the weather stayed good throughout. I managed to hit the two best rounds ever, hotel was great and the rooms more than we had expected. Well done and thank you for organising everything.Yours,
I recently went on a golf break to Gleneagles along with my father and our experience was out of this world. Both of us are keen golfers are were really looking forward to the experience of playing one of the top golf courses in Scotland amid the beautiful Perthshire countryside.
We were certainly not disappointed as everything at Gleneagles lived up to our every expectation. From the moment we walked in to the iconic Gleneagles Hotel to the last putt on the 18th green of the Kings course, we felt really lucky to be in such a grand golf venue. It was truly memorable. The course was in magnificent condition with a wind strong enough to increase the challenge. We absolutely loved the design of the Kings Course and both agreed it was the finest golf course we had ever played. The courses we play on future golf holidays certainly have a lot to live up to now that we have experienced the best of the best!
All staff in the Hotel and Golf area were thoroughly professional and extremely helpful. The hotel was on another level to other five star hotels and golf resorts we have been lucky enough to stay in the past.
We enjoyed a fantastic steak dinner in one of the restaurants which was cooked to perfection and of the highest quality. The service, whilst being efficient was not overwhelming and although a little more than I would normally pay, was worth every penny.
My dad and I often reflect on our weekend golf trip to Gleneagles and have agreed that it will forever be a feature in our annual golfing calendar.
I would like to thank for your assistance and allowing us to have the opportunity to enjoy such a world famous location. We would normally not have the means to experience such a golfing haven but thanks to the value for money on offer at Your Golf Travel we will be back time and time again.Thanks again and here’s to next year!
The whole experience on our golf break was absolutely fantastic. From the Sunday at the Johnnie Walker Classic to our departure from Scotland, the hotel, staff and the food were all unbelievable...Gleneagles has shot to the head of the class in my opinion.
The PGA Centenary golf course was fantastic; a dream come true and my husband even managed a birdie on one of the holes. I also loved my spa treatment and no matter what I say, I can’t praise the hotel enough!We did not want for anything throughout our stay.The golf break package Your Golf Travel put together was so good that I will be looking to book another golf vacation again for somewhere else in Scotland...although it will be hard to resist the call of Gleneagles when I browse your website!I think that Scotland is an underrated country because it is so picturesque all around Perthshire but there is so much to see and do.
So again, many thanks to YourGolfTravel, in organising this very special weekend golf break. I will also be looking to go to the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles...I understand you will be selling packages that will allow me to do this. Count me in!
Gleneagles - what can one say?
First class hotel - from the moment we arrived to when we left the service was absolutely top notch - nothing was too much trouble and all the staff were friendly and helpful. We arrived mid evening - having played the Rosemount course at Blairgowrie on our way down and had eaten there too.
The room was good and we watched Hunter Mahan win the Shell Houston open. Breakfast the next day was also superb and again the service was top notch.
We played the Kings course - me from the whites and my wife from the reds - and I started with a par - and then it rained and the wind got up. We persevered and by the time we finished the eighth hole the rain had stopped and the sun made a welcome appearance. We stopped at the wonderful halfway house for a very welcome bacon roll and cup of tea.
The back nine was much better as the sun was out and it was more downhill than the front nine - and I managed to finish with 3 pars and ended up playing to handicap. That made me very happy - this was my birthday treat - especially as the greens had been scarified and ended up with lots of tramlines - putting wasn't easy as the ball stayed in the grooves or if putting across them it bobbled a lot.
We had a cup of tea and a muffin each in the Dormy Clubhouse afterwards which was very nice and the atmosphere in the clubhouse was warm and friendly. Overall it was a very enjoyable stay and I've now crossed off one of the 'must play' courses from my list.
Although there were quite a few blind shots - it was much more enjoyable than the Ryder Cup 2014 course which we've been round at the Johnnie Walker Championships.
Many thanks to Your Golf Travel for their help in organising this and we look forwards to our next trip.
It is rare that a trip exceeds your expectations,
but our trip did. We went to the Open and then on to Gleneagles, and St.
Andrews and it was exceptional. The Open at Muirfield was spectacular and
Phil’s winning was a plus, but I was pulling for Lee. The Jury’s Inn, in Edinburgh
was strategically located, and was very appropriate for a golf trip. It is a no
frills property and if I returned I would stay in nicer property. The staff was
very helpful and the location was very good.
Gleneagles on was off the charts on the nice scale.
My wife would have taken up residence if we hadn’t had to move on to St.
Andrews. The golf, facilities, food and service are second to none. The
caddie master at Gleneagles, Donald was very accommodating. We played the
Centenary Course which will host the Ryder Cup in 2014. We enjoyed the
layout, but the fairways will need a lot of work before they are ready to host
the Ryder Cup. We enjoyed the course and the experience of playing here.
I shot an 82, which was a good score for me.