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The Lodge at Gleneagles

Gleneagles Lodge
1 of 8Gleneagles Lodge
Cabin -
3 Bedrooms , 3 Bathrooms , Sleeps 8
Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross, Scotland
If you are looking for a luxurious break in beautiful Perthshire, than look no further than a stay in the Lodge at Gleneagles self-catering lodge on the luxurious Duchally Country Estate. Visitors flock to Perthshire each year to witness the magnificent scenery and experience the very best that Scotland has to offer. Whether you want to take in an exciting day of outdoor activities or relax in the remarkable highland countryside, there is something for everyone.
Listing #HL205188
About the Owner
Paul and Fran H
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:85%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Interaction with guests
All our guests are supported during their stay via the staff on site (24 hour) who are based in the hotel. They are brilliant and extremely helpful. They will also liaise with us on any issues to ensure you receive the best possible service. In addition, our guests are always welcome to contact ourselves
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Reviewed 15 June 2018

Lovely weekend in quiet and very comfortable Lodge. Enjoyed a good family meal in the hotel bar. Very good service. Enjoyed the pool and leisure facilities. We had older family members with us ( 82 and 91) and they really enjoyed the Lodge and the...More

Thank Linda E
Reviewed 10 May 2018

We loved the lodge- everything was perfect- it was a lovely place to catch up and relax. We really enjoyed the leisure complex and the great swimming pool. We also dined in the restaurant which was very good. Would like to go back later in...More

Thank Lesley P
Management response:Responded 24 May 2018

Hi Lesley, We are so pleased to hear that you enjoyed your stay and also enjoyed the facilities the estate has to offer. Kind Regards Paul and Fran

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Reviewed 11 December 2017

We stayed for the weekend to celebrate my birthday. The lodge had everything we needed, it was great having access to the leisure facilities. I would definitely book this again. The owners were great at answering any questions I had. Everyone agreed it was great...More

Thank Taylor F
  • Alarm Clock
  • Balcony or Terrace
  • Central Heating
  • Children's Pool
  • Cooker
  • Dining Seats (8)
  • Dishwasher
  • Double Beds:(1)
  • Dryer
  • DVD Player
  • En Suite Rooms (2)
  • Freezer
  • Grill
  • Hairdryer
  • Highchair
  • Internet Access
  • Iron
  • Kettle
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room Seats (8)
  • Local Guides/Maps
  • Microwave
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Paper Towels Provided
  • Parking
  • Porch
  • Refrigerator
  • Safe
  • Shared Garden
  • Shared Indoor Pool
  • Shower Rooms (1)
  • Single Beds:(4)
  • Soap/Shampoo Provided
  • Sofa Beds:(1)
  • Stereo System
  • Suitable For Children Under 5
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Towels Provided
  • TV
  • Washer
  • Wi-Fi
Additional amenities & feature info
The contemporary and stylish self-catering lodge, complete with private decking and forest views has three bedrooms with en-suite facilities (which can accommodate up to eight guests) and is furnished, equipped, and decorated to the highest standards with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Whether you intend to take advantage of the enormous range of activities in the area, or just enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Highlands, our lodge offers the perfect accommodation for you.
Wifi is provided by the estate and access and payment can be arranged through the hotel reception on arrival.
House rules
    Pets not allowed
    Smoking not allowed
    Check in: 4:00 PM
    Check out: 10:00 AM
    1 Shower
    2 Attached (ensuite)
    4 Twins
    1 Sofa
    1 Full
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About the neighbourhood
Golf: - No matter what your ability or experience, Perthshire has plenty to offer you by way of golf course challenges. From the mighty Gleneagles, only 2 miles away and one of the most magnificent and prestigious courses in the world, to the nine-hole course at nearby Kenmore, arguably one of the most beautiful, you will be thoroughly spoilt for choice. For golf course connoisseurs, St Andrews, ‘the home of golf’, is reachable in just over an hour's drive; while Muirfield, Carnoustie, and Turnberry, all first-class championship courses, are also easily accessible. Locally there are several other excellent courses - Auchterarder, Crieff, and White Moss all present a comfortable challenge for any golfer. Water Sports: - Perthshire is awash with water-sport facilities - everything from jet-skis to white-water rafting, sailing on Loch Tay to riding the rapids at Grandtully or high action canoeing in rugged canyons. There are several well-established and experienced centres in the area to make all the necessary arrangements and to provide you with any training required. Winter Sports: - Within an hour’s drive, you can take to the slopes on skis or snowboards at the Glenshee, Aviemore, or Braemar Ski Centres, which between them have thirty-eight excellent runs and all provide daily and weekly lift passes, equipment hire, and tuition facilities. The surrounding mountains also offer plenty of scope for snow and ice climbing, or for an altogether more gentle pursuit, venture indoors to the curling rink in Perth and enjoy one of Scotland's traditional winter sports. Walking: - Duchally lies at the gateway to the Highlands and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful natural scenery that Scotland has to offer. The Sma Glen, Glen Quaich, and Glen Lyon, three of the most spectacular areas in Perthshire, are invitingly close and offer ample opportunities for ramblers and hikers of average ability and ambition. For the more adventurous, Ben Lawers, Schiehallionand the Tarmachan Ridge are among the higher, technically challenging mountain itineraries in the immediate vicinity. If you simply prefer a gentle stroll, pathways by Loch Tay, Loch Earn, or Loch Katrine will provide a wealth of panoramic views and superb photographic opportunities. Fishing: - Whether you are a novice or a seasoned salmon angler there are plenty of waters in Perthshire to lure you onto the banks. Some of the finest trout lochs and salmon beats in Scotland are only a short drive away from the estate. For the novice, there are a number of casting clinics, clubs, and stocked ponds where you can learn to enjoy the skills and thrills of angling. Museums: - The largest Roman station in Britain, the Ardoch Camp, is situated at Braco, a few minutes drive from Duchally. You can also visit the Crannog Centre on Loch Tay and experience life as an ancient loch-dweller in their thatched island homes. Perth Museum is one of the oldest in Britain and the Black Watch Museum in Perth, exhibits nearly three centuries of Military History. There are also clan museums, museums of farming, and the oldest public library in Scotland is situated in Abernethy. The Jacobean battle sites at Killiecrankie and the infamous Bannockburn are in the area as well as nearby Glencoe, always a chilling location with its fascinating and fearful history. Castles & Monuments: - Scotland has endured a long and eventful history, and there are numerous castles and monuments still proudly standing within the immediate area - Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument of ‘Braveheart’ fame, Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the late Queen Mother, or Blair Castle depicting life from the 16th century. From the impressive and magnificent Edinburgh Castle, only an hour away by car, with its museums and dramatic displays, to the solitude of the Island Castle on Loch Leven where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned, you can experience the lives of your ancestors - or perhaps they were your enemies? Gardens & Parks: - Not surprisingly, Perthshire has a magnificent variety of gardens to visit. There is Drummond Castle with its formal Italian garden; the natural heather collection at Bells Cherrybank in Perth; the woodland and Himalayan delights at Cluny, or the formal gardens in the grounds of the stately home at Kinross. Why not take a walk in the woodland gardens at the Hermitage near Dunkeld and visit the cathedral or the Beatrix Potter Centre on the same tour. Distilleries: - No visit to this part of Scotland would be complete without an excursion to one of the many distilleries in the area. Duchally is located at the start of the ‘Whisky Trail’ which runs up through the Highlands to Spey-side and passes some of the most recognised names in the wonderful world of Scotch whisky. The new Tullibardine distillery in Blackford is definitely worth a visit and in the immediate area; there are the Famous Grouse and Aberfeldy Distilleries, with both wonderful visitor centres and an opportunity to ‘tak a wee dram’. The Edradour at Pitlochry is the smallest and one of the oldest distilleries in the country. Visitor Centres: - There are far too many visitor centres to list them all here, but you can choose from a wide variety including - heather jewellery, crystal, potteries, glassware, knitwear, horn carving, jute production and power, to name just a few. The newly re-furbished Stanley Mills, on the banks of the River Tay presents life in the mill as it was a hundred years ago. There are numerous wildlife centres - the award winning wildlife attraction set in the hills at Auchingarrich, the deer park at Glengoulandie, bird watching at the Loch of the Lowes near Dunkeld, and the nature reserve run by RSPB at Vane Farm. You can also take a trip with Highland Adventure Safaris in Aberfeldy that will take you off road in search of wildlife. Tours: - Perthshire is the perfect base from which to embark upon organised and guided tours, either in the area or further afield, and a wide variety of special interests are catered for. The natural history and Scottish history tours are particularly popular; however, art and crafts, antiques, architecture, food and drink are also well featured on a number of interesting excursions.
Getting around
Gleneagles train station is close by and provide a rail link North to Perth, Inverness, Dundee and Aberdeen, and South to Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The A9 is also a short distance away which is the main from the central belt to the highlands.
How to get there
The Lodge at Gleneagles is only an hours drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh airports. You can hire a car from both airports and will get good rates from both Europcar and Enterprise. Hiring a car will also enable you to explore the beautiful contryside of Perth & Kinross.
Airport: Edinbrugh Airport: 77.0 km
Railway: Gleneagles: 2.0 km
Activities nearby
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Golf Course Is On Site Or Within 15 Mins Walk
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