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When Gleneagles opened in 1924 it was described as ‘a Riviera in the Highlands’ and ‘the eighth wonder of the world’. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the five-star hotel remains just
as dedicated to quality today. The collection of 14 comprehensively equipped conference suites includes the traditional rooms in the main building and contemporary facilities in the newer Braid
House. The four dining options include Scotland’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant, while a meal at the Sommelier’s Table in the cellars offers an atmospheric alternative. Despite its opulence,
the feeling throughout the hotel is refreshingly unstuffy and staff are gracious and friendly. Outdoor activities are a strong suit, with three championship golf courses (the PGA Centenary course
will be used for the 2014 Ryder Cup), clay pigeon shooting, archery, horse riding and trout fishing all available on site.
Click through for the review of two-Michelin-star restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles.
'That’s Edutainment’ – Regional Venue Focus feature from Square Meal The Magazine, Spring 2005
'Corporate Golf - Scotland' - Regional Venue Focus feature from Square Meal Venues & Events Magazine, Summer 2007
To mark its 90th anniversary, Gleneagles is giving bookers the chance to take to the fairway in the same way golfers would have done in the roaring twenties. Think Gatsby-style attire with hickory
clubs and you’re more than half way there. Up to 12 people can get involved, with club hire and green fee all included for £50 a pop. Now you just need to find that Fair Isle
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