Reasons to Visit Gleneagles
Has hosted both the Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup
3 Championship courses designed by James Braid and Jack Nicklaus
Located just 1 hour north of Edinburgh
Named the 2019 European Golf Resort of the Year by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators
Gleneagles Hotel is one of the most famous luxury resorts in the world. From it's 2 Michelin Starred restaurant Andrew Fairlie to the countless awards and even a Ryder Cup, the star quality of Gleneagles is evident at every turn.
The three wonderful championship golf courses at Gleneagles bear the hallmarks of two of golf's greatest names; five-time Open Championship winner James Braid laid out both the King's and Queen's courses, while all-time great Jack Nicklaus added the Ryder Cup host PGA Centenary Course. Playing any of the three courses at Gleneagles is a truly memorable experience, with the springy moorland turf underfoot, the green hills to the South, and the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich to the West.
The hotel is of such quality that it attracts as many guests as the phenomenal golf courses, nestled among the pure Scottish countryside, Gleneagles is located in Perthshire just an hour north of Edinburgh. The opulent building and surrounding manicured gardens offer but a taste of the unparalleled level of comfort you will receive inside, where the hotel retains one staff member for each hotel guest. The country estate also offers a range of outdoor activities such as horse riding, shooting, fly-fishing, falconry and many more country pursuits.
Gleneagles has been named the European Golf Resort of the Year for 2019 by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators.