Sumptuous fabrics, Art Deco furnishings and classic hues bring an air of opulence to this inviting Scottish retreat, renowned for its outdoor pursuits
Since opening its doors in 1924, Gleneagles has become one of Britain’s most iconic sporting estates. While the country pursuits for which it is famed (golf, horse riding, fly fishing and shooting, to name just a few) remain, a refurbishment commissioned by new owner Ennismore has seen the décor of the hotel itself transformed. The individually styled rooms are the work of acclaimed UK designers – Timorous Beasties, David Collins Studio and Macaulay Sinclair – inspired by the hotel’s roaring Twenties heritage. Rooms, restaurants and bars are filled with Art Deco furnishings, antiques and art, while warm tones and luxurious textiles reflect the inviting hospitality for which Gleneagles is renowned.