The moment of arrival at Gleneagles is always a unique experience. Through beautiful rolling hills to the main estate and a warm welcome on the doorstep. Here, adventures and discoveries created under sun-drenched or rain-slicked Scottish skies await you. When Gleneagles first opened its doors in 1924, it was hailed as the riviera of the Scottish mountains. To this day, it is difficult to find a place that can match the beauty and uniqueness of this hotel and the attractions it offers. Golf courses, equestrian trails, endless hiking trails and, above all, apartments that are extraordinary in their comfort and design, with top-notch, 5-star service encoded in every detail and at every turn.

Rooms and apartments

The rooms at Gleneagles are as magnificent as the surrounding landscapes. All individually inspired by the landscape of Perthshire's mountains, meadows, rivers and lakes. Every nook and cranny, every fluffy pillow and even the cozy slippers have been carefully designed to make all 5-star bedrooms a warm and inviting home away from home. There are 233 rooms and 28 suites waiting for guests.


Gleneagles offers a wide and impressive array of activities and attractions at the highest level. From playing golf on some of the most prestigious courses in the world, to equestrianism, falconry, shooting, fishing, off-road expeditions, hiking and biking... All of these can be enjoyed by ourselves and our children - all activities are tailored to their needs as well. You don't have to be an expert or professional - each activity here has its own nursery, where we can learn the basics as we explore the secrets of each art. And after a day full of excitement amidst the enchanting Scottish countryside - an evening with treatments in a luxury spa. And let's not forget the delicious meals at Scotland's top restaurants! Gleneagles is home to 10 upscale bars and restaurants, including Andrew Fairlie, an in-house restaurant with two Michelin stars. From traditional family and home dining, to snack bars and brasseries, to fine dining of the highest order, all can be found in this remarkable corner of Scotland.