The Gleneagles Resort
St Andrews, Scotland
The Gleneagles Resort overview
The magnificent rooms at Gleneagles offer guests a certain country house elegance, with all the design and furnishings inspired by the surrounding landscape. With eight room and suite categories available there is plenty of choice with rooms ranging from Manor Rooms to Estate Rooms in the main house which provide sweeping views of the pristine grounds. All of the spacious rooms feature luxury bathrooms and modern comforts such as flat-screen TV’s, pillow menus and Wi-Fi.
Restaurant & Bars
The Gleneagles Resort has a great collection of restaurants and bars which can make decision making a challenge if you are only staying for a short time! For fine dining, guests have the choice of The Strathearn Restaurant – where you can expect theatre from the traditional gueridon service, heat from the flambé and excellent dishes created from Scotland’s finest produce.
Alternatively, try the Andrew Fairlie Restaurant – a two Michelin-starred gastronomic delight, famous for its simple yet indulgent French-inspired cooking. For more casual dining you can choose from the Birnam Brasserie, The Dormy and the Garden Café.
Gleneagles also has four bars available so whether you want the 1920’s themed American Bar, the elegant Century Bar, the casual Auchterarder 70 bar (known for its craft beer and gin) or the unique al fresco Blue Bar, there is a place to suit all moods and tastes.
Spa & Leisure
Guests of Gleneagles will find a first-class Spa facility offering a range of treatments as well as two indoor pools (one for adults and one for families) with sauna and steam room. The resort also has a state-of-the-art gym which offers fitness classes to hotel guests for a fee.
On Site Activities
Aside from the three spectacular golf courses, Gleneagles Resort really does offer an immense range of leisure activities to keep you entertained. From off-roading to clay pigeon shooting to fishing for wild Atlantic Salmon there are activities for all interests. The full list of pursuits available at the resort is truly impressive!
Did You Know
During World War Two the hotel closed, becoming a military hospital and later a miners’ rehabilitation center.