Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles

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Strathearn Nights Offer

Strathearn Nights – experience a ‘Theatre of Food‘ at Gleneagles

Shake off the muddy wellies, slip into your finest, and enjoy an evening of decadent dining! Tuck into the finest Franco-Scottish cuisine and soak up the glamorous buzz of a bygone era in our newly-refurbished Strathearn restaurant, where the drama of the great outdoors meets the culinary theatre of traditional Gueridon service. Then sleep it off before your next glorious adventure.

Enjoy bed, breakfast and a sumptuous three-course dinner in our newly-refurbished Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles.

Prices for Strathern Nights from £560  –  BOOK NOW

Call 0800 389 3737 for more information

What’s included

  •     Breakfast in The Strathearn Restaurant
  •     Full use of The Health Club facilities
  •     Sumptuous three-course dinner in The Strathearn Restaurant

Please note, this offer can only be booked from May 2019 when The Strathearn reopens after refurbishment.
Offer is subject to availability, terms and conditions apply. From prices are based on two people
sharing a Classic room.
A non-refundable deposit for the first night’s stay is taken at time of booking.
For best available rates, please check your dates in our booking engine. Prices are inclusive of VAT.

https://www.gleneagles.com/seasonal-offers/strathearn-nights/

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Inspired by the golden age of railway travel, the new-look Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles brings back the glamour and decadence of fine dining experiences of the 1920s and 30s

The Strathern Restaurant has welcomed many famous faces over the decades, from Vivien Leigh, Sir Laurence Olivier and Sir Sean Connery, to John Travolta, Bob Hope and Her Majesty The Queen. The new design by the Ennismore Design Studio was inspired by the golden age of railway travel, when glamorous socialites would travel in style from London to Gleneagles to enjoy summer seasons of country sports and decadent dining.

Dinner at The Strathearn is destined to become an even more decadent affair. Personally attending each table, the service team will add theatrical flair to the evening, with traditional trolly service as they carve and prepare classic dishes including Scottish smoked salmon, flambé a ‘Steak Strathearn’ or prepare salads and garnishes.

Trolley service at the Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles

More details can be found at: https://www.gleneagles.com/dine-drink/the-strathearn/

Editor’s Notes: About Gleneagles
Since opening its doors in June 1924, Gleneagles has been one of Scotland’s most iconic hotels and sporting estates. Set beneath the Ochil Hills, in the heart of Perthshire, it has been the must-go destination for travellers for nearly a century. Beginning its life in the glamorous age of travel when guests arrived in great style at Gleneagles’ very own train station, the 850-acre estate epitomises the natural beauty for which Scotland is famed. With its glorious playground of country pursuits and activities, the hotel is reclaiming its position on the social calendar. Now under new owner Ennismore, Gleneagles has enlisted the skills and expertise of some of the UK’s most acclaimed designers including David Collins Studio, Timorous Beasties, Macaulay Sinclair, Goddard Littlefair and Ennismore’s own in-house design studio – with the aim to create designs and spaces that celebrate the rich, glamorous heritage and beautiful architecture for which the hotel is famed.

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Gleneagles - Hotel, Golf & Spa resort in Perthshire, Scotland

Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles

The new-look Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles – putting the decadence back into Scottish Dining

Strathern Restaurant at Gleneagles 2019

Launching the new-look Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles.

Gleneagles puts the decadence back into Scottish Dining

Inspired by the golden age of railway travel, the new-look Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles brings back the glamour and decadence of fine dining experiences of the 1920s and 30s

In May 2019, Gleneagles re-launched the famous restaurant, The Strathearn, following a design transformation by Ennismore Design Studio.

The Strathern Restaurant has welcomed many famous faces over the decades, from Vivien Leigh, Sir Laurence Olivier and Sir Sean Connery, to John Travolta, Bob Hope and Her Majesty The Queen. The new design by the Ennismore Design Studio was inspired by the golden age of railway travel, when glamorous socialites would travel in style from London to Gleneagles to enjoy summer seasons of country sports and decadent dining.

Dinner at The Strathearn is destined to become an even more decadent affair. Personally attending each table, the service team will add theatrical flair to the evening, with traditional trolly service as they carve and prepare classic dishes including Scottish smoked salmon, flambé a ‘Steak Strathearn’ or prepare salads and garnishes.

LATEST: Special ‘Theatre of Food’ Offer from Gleneagles >>>

Trolley service at the Strathearn Restaurant at Gleneagles

The Strathearn will be overseen by Restaurant Manager, Daniel Greenock, who has moved home to Scotland having honed his craft at Marcus Wareing’s Michelin-starred restaurant at the Berkley Hotel and the world-renowned three Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park in New York.

The famous Gleneagles breakfast is also having a sleek makeover. A new breakfast area, The Scullery, offers both ‘naughty and nice’ options ranging from the fruit and juice bar, the dairy and gluten-free area, and the avocado station, to the game, charcuterie, bread, pastries cheese and the cocktail and Bloody Mary station.  Items made from the locally-sourced ingredients, including Gleneagles’ own sausages, haggis, and carved bacon, will celebrate local produce and take centre stage alongside a live kitchen where chefs will make fresh pancakes and eggs to order.

Porridge, one of Scotland’s most famous breakfast dishes is being given top billing as an unmissable part of breakfast.  It has a long history at Gleneagles – with a former chef having been crowned winner of the prestigious Golden Spurtle World Porridge Championships.  Made with oats that are milled to Gleneagles’ exact specification for the perfect texture, the team will offer a healthy porridge from the à la carte menu, as well as a rich and indulgent version in The Scullery, based on the award-winning recipe.  A range of delicious toppings will be available for guests to personalise their porridge to perfection.

Gleneagles - Hotel, Golf & Spa resort in Perthshire, Scotland

More details can be found at: https://www.gleneagles.com/dine-drink/the-strathearn/

Editor’s Notes: About Gleneagles
Since opening its doors in June 1924, Gleneagles has been one of Scotland’s most iconic hotels and sporting estates. Set beneath the Ochil Hills, in the heart of Perthshire, it has been the must-go destination for travellers for nearly a century. Beginning its life in the glamorous age of travel when guests arrived in great style at Gleneagles’ very own train station, the 850-acre estate epitomises the natural beauty for which Scotland is famed. With its glorious playground of country pursuits and activities, the hotel is reclaiming its position on the social calendar. Now under new owner Ennismore, Gleneagles has enlisted the skills and expertise of some of the UK’s most acclaimed designers including David Collins Studio, Timorous Beasties, Macaulay Sinclair, Goddard Littlefair and Ennismore’s own in-house design studio – with the aim to create designs and spaces that celebrate the rich, glamorous heritage and beautiful architecture for which the hotel is famed.

www.gleneagles.com

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The world’s greatest women’s golf team event is coming to Gleneagles in 2019

The world’s greatest women’s golf team event is set to take place between the 13th and 15th September 2019 at the world-famous PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles.

 

Scotland won the right to host The Solheim Cup in 2019 after an extensive and very competitive bidding process, coming out on top of a list of ten countries who submitted expressions of interest in hosting the event.

 

Significant planning and preparation for one of the world’s foremost sporting events has been under way for some time and now the dates of the event have been confirmed after careful deliberation between key partners including VisitScotland, Gleneagles, the Ladies European Tour (LET), the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and IMG.

 

Paul Bush, Director of Events, VisitScotland, said: “Together with the LET, LPGA and other partners we have put a lot of thought and research into making sure this is the optimum week for all involved to ensure The 2019 Solheim Cup is an unreserved success. From all the advance sports calendars we have seen and the information gathered, this date will allow The 2019 Solheim Cup to be the highest profile golf event taking place in Europe and the US. It will also be the highest profile event taking place from a global sports perspective.”

 

Mark Lichtenhein, Chairman of the Ladies European Tour (LET), added: “The Solheim Cup has a long, rich, heritage like no other event in women’s golf and we are thrilled to announce the dates for our next home match at Gleneagles in Scotland. Since we launched the competition in 1990 with the Solheim family and the LPGA, the event has grown significantly in prominence and profile and today is a strong, world recognised brand. As a tour, we recognise that golf is the only Olympic sport that Europe plays together as a team, and take a huge amount of pride in bringing Europe’s leading female golfers to compete in The Solheim Cup. We are therefore fully committed to working with our partners to deliver an outstanding event for all concerned.”

 

Ticketing plans are now being developed with plans in place to have tickets on sale during The 2017 Solheim Cup in West Des Moines as part of official travel packages. General registration for event information is available via www.SolheimCup2019.com.

 

The week will begin with the PING Junior Solheim Cup taking place 8th – 10th September at Gleneagles with the participants made to feel an important part of the main event. This unique U18 event will be showcased as never before as Scotland seeks to ensure that this is the most family orientated Solheim Cup ever staged. VisitScotland, on behalf of the Scottish Government, has stated the ambition to ensure the 2019 edition of the Solheim Cup in Perthshire will serve to both grow golf and leave a lasting legacy of increased participation in women’s sport.

 

Themes of equality, innovation and experience will be thread through all the events communications as The 2019 Solheim Cup aims to engage both the traditional golf audience and the wider sport fan, raising the profile of women’s golf both in Scotland and internationally. The Scottish Government and VisitScotland have been long-time supporters of the women’s game having partnered with the Ricoh Women’s British Open for many years and more recently, significantly enhancing the Aberdeen Asset Ladies Scottish Open as it becomes a co-sanctioned LET and LPGA event for the first time this year.

 

The 2019 Solheim Cup will not only showcase the stunning assets of Scotland, the Home of Golf, but also build on the legacy of the successful 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. It will underline that Scotland is the perfect stage for major golf events as it seeks to help inspire a new generation of children to take up the game invented in their home country.