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Gleneagles

from £50.00

Between Perth and Stirling sits Gleneagles, best known for its world class golf courses.

In 2014 it played host to the 40th Ryder Cup, when Paul McGinley's Team Europe triumphed over Team USA. . Almost as famous is the Gleneagles Hotel, which regularly welcomes famous and powerful guests from across the globe. Andrew Fairlie’s restaurant at the hotel has two Michelin Stars to its name, providing one of the world’s best dining experiences.

A clay-pigeon shooting school was established by legendary F1 driver Jackie Stewart in 1983 at the Gleneagles Hotel, and the Shooting & Fishing School still provides a first-class sporting experience. Gleneagles’ stunning geography means it is a prime destination for outdoor pursuits. Horse-riding, shooting, archery, off-road driving, fishing, falconry and road cycling is just a taste of what’s on offer. And with spa days, exclusive cottage retreats, a whisky distillery and easy onward transport links nearby, there’s no wonder it’s become renowned as one of Scotland’s most luxurious and relaxing retreats.