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The Gleneagles Hotel
About the venue
The Gleneagles Hotel, just one hour's drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh, was built by the Old Caledonian Railway Company in 1924 in the heart of a beautiful Scottish glen.
Set in an 850-acre estate with its own railway station, it immediately won fame as one of the world's finest hotels. If you are organising a business event, a conference or a special celebration in Scotland, you will find Gleneagles a practical and inspirational venue. Our bespoke packages cater for all your needs from the outset, including the support of a dedicated event manager, the latest technical equipment and free wi-fi in all function rooms. Our in-house events team has a wealth of experience – from hosting the G8 summit in 2005, to organising full-house conference and incentive programmes, to managing international product launches. We’ll take care of your event from beginning to end, meaning you can concentrate on what really matters – your guests. Throughout the hotel you will find the finest comfort – from the luxury bedrooms to the calming environment of the spacious destination spa by ESPA. Four restaurants ensure there is plenty of choice, including Scotland’s only two Michelin starred restaurant Andrew Fairlie. Gleneagles is renowned for its three championship golf courses - The PGA Centenary Course - venue for the Ryder Cup 2014 - and the stunning King's and Queen's Courses. The Activities School offers clay target shooting, archery and trout fishing on three lochs within the resort’s estate, as well as one of Europe’s leading equestrian centres. Meanwhile, at the Gundog School, the first of its kind in the world, guests can learn how to handle a trained gundog, incorporating obedience, agility and handling. With all-weather tennis, swimming, croquet, cycling, off-road driving and the British falconry school in the grounds, there really is something for everyone.
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