Package details : (based on 2 people sharing a double room)
- 2 nights bed & breakfast at the 5-star Gleneagles Spa Hotel
- 1 round of golf on the Queens course
- 1 round of golf on the Kings course
- 1 round of golf on the PGA Centenary course
- 1 round of golf at the North Berwick Golf Club
- No min. handicap required
The Gleneagles lies within an hour’s drive of Edinburgh and Glasgow, with direct trains from London. The Gleneagles estate offers an unrivalled array of attractions that includes a five-star luxury hotel, three championship golf courses and an award-winning spa.
The 5-star Gleneagles Spa & Hotel :
The interior has a traditional yet modern feel, your room is light and spacious, decorated in the Scottish tradition. At the end of your game you can laze in your bathtub listening to a track from the hotel’s complimentary music library. Access to complementary WIFI is available throughout the hotel.
The Resort offers, in addition to golf, a wide range of activities: whether you are a Pro or a beginner, a clay pigeon shooting range is available to practice. Dating from 1920 the hotel has both outside and inside tennis courts. A riding school, starting from 3 years up, where you can progress in dressage, jumping and cross-country. For those with a valid driving licence, the hotel offers a unique off-road 4×4 driving experience. The trail with an off-road instructor from Gleneagles at the wheel allows you to enjoy the stunning Perthshire countryside. A multitude of activities is also available for children, get in touch with the SVM Golf Travel team to learn more.
The hotel hosts a Spa, fitness room and hot tubs, the perfect way to relax after a long game.
Hotel restaurants :
No less than four restaurants to choose from in the Resort.
« The Strathearn » the hotel’s first-class Highland dining restaurant, The Strathearn’s traditional walnut gueridon trolleys, silver cloches and butler trays deliver the touch of a bygone era, while a setting of elegant grandeur reflects the essence of Gleneagles glamour.
Gleneagles’ newest restaurant, offers all-day dining, serving the finest French-American brasserie dishes using seasonal and locally-sourced Scottish produce in an elegant, atmospheric and relaxed setting. A beautiful mosaic floor and bistro-style décor, inspired by the grand Parisian cafés of the early twentieth century, brings a refined ambience to the space.
Two Michelin-starred dining experience of Andrew Fairlie is simply the best restaurant in Scotland. Andrew Fairlie is one of Britain’s most celebrated chefs, and his exquisite restaurant is a sumptuous setting for a very memorable meal, combining the very best in French and Scottish cooking.
This atmospheric oak-panelled bar is a welcome newcomer to the Gleneagles stable, offering delightful small plates to share with family and friends, all washed down with local craft beer.
Reminiscent of the iconic bars of the 1920s and 30s, and personifying effortless elegance and glamour, The American Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a memorable drink before or after dinner. If you prefer whisky then head to The Century Bar, featuring more than 120 single malts. For whisky connoisseurs The Blue Bar will exceed your expectations.
The three championship golf courses at Gleneagles were designed by the five times Open winner James Braid and the Golden Bear himself Jack Nicklaus.
The Queen’s Course :
The natural beauty of the Queen’s Course inspires the world’s most experienced players. The Queen’s course, in its long history, has played host to some of the world’s golfing greats.
The beautiful setting and the challenge of the golf course have attracted such top golfers as Johnny Miller, Greg Norman, Severiano Ballesteros, Tom Watson, and Lee Trevino.
Threading through high ridges on the north and west sides of the estate, the Queen’s golf course offers lovely woodland settings, lochans, ditches and water hazards, as well as many moorland characteristics. The miniscule greens are maintained to the highest standards.
The King’s Course :
Opened in 1919, the King’s course is a masterpiece of golf course design. Selecting the right club for each approach shot is the secret. It is certainly one of the most beautiful and exhilarating places to play golf in the world, with the springy moorland turf underfoot, the sweeping views from the tees all around. Discover a golfing legend of a course.
The PGA Centenary Course
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this is where the battle between the cream of the cream of European and American golf took place during the 2014 Ryder Cup. The course offers breathtaking views of the countryside and the surrounding hills.
SVM Golf Travel Tips
After discovering these three magnificent courses, why not relax and try out some of the activities on offer at the Gleneagles Resort, a Spa treatment, fishing, horse riding and much more.
Travel information :
- Currency : Pound Sterling
- Language : English
- Valid ID card or passport required
- No minimum handicap required