Gleneagles bed and sofa
Gleneagles PGA golf course
Gleneagles ESPA treatment
An iconic Scottish hotel that offers an eye-watering array of activities, Michelin-starred food and, unsurprisingly, world-class golf.
Set across 850 acres of stunning Scottish countryside, Gleneagles offers far more than the world class golf for which it’s associated. And with so much space and land comes a wealth of things to do, making this luxury hotel an excellent option for family holidays. There is an on-site equestrian centre, clay shooting options, endless walkways and bike trails, and, of course, seriously sensational golf. By night, there are no less than four restaurants to choose from (one of which is Michelin-starred) so the dining options are immaculate and the bedrooms are to-die-for, meaning you’ll slumber in serious luxury before another gorgeous day of fresh air and boundless activity options.
For You -
If you’re a golf lover, we need say no more. If you’re a spa lover, you’ll find yourself even more at home. This is one of the world’s few hotels considered a Luxury Spa resort so, aside from the amazing Ayurvedic treatments, massages, and choices of holistic therapies on offer, the whole experience, from the moment you walk into the ESPA spa, is one of relaxation, tranquility and pampering. Feeling a bit more active? There is a whole host of things to do, including riding in a hot air balloon to off-road driving. There are lots of luxury family friendly accommodation options available: those with young children can arrive to cots or additional beds if needed, while those with older children should opt for the array of interconnecting rooms.
For Them +
From falconry to horse riding, learning to train a gun dog to cycling, off-road safaris to junior golf lessons, there is something here for children of every age and interest. Very little ones can be entertained in the playroom should you wish, while teenagers have their own ‘Zone’ which includes table football and karaoke. And if your children are particularly fussy eaters, they don’t have to order off the kids’ menus on offer in each restaurant: the chefs will gladly create bespoke dishes based on their individual taste.
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