Gle­nea­gles Ho­tel

Sump­tu­ous fab­rics, Art Deco fur­nish­ings and clas­sic hues bring an air of op­u­lence to this invit­ing Scot­tish re­treat, renowned for its out­door pur­suits

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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.

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