A luxury villa, situated within the heart of Gleneagles Hotel and Resort overlooking the Queens Golf Course.
This picturesque and intriguing accommodation hosts a graceful and breath-taking tone, with state of the art furnishings that form a divine place for friends, families or couples to escape into the peaceful tranquillity.
Enter into the grand and attractive hallway, surrounded by open windows and a wooden ceiling that imply quality from the commencement.
An open plan kitchen and dining area overlook the garden, making a wonderful place to wine and dine your guests, with a delightful breakfast bar and plenty of space to relax.
Walking through the property, you will arrive at a super king-size bedroom accompanied by a magnificent en-suite that displays a Jacuzzi and stunning hotel-type features.
Moving over to the living area, a dreamy and comforting space awaits, perfect to sit and unwind after a long day.
Past a lovely snug and neatly arranged cloakroom, a second super king-size bedroom hosts a delicate grey finish, and is knitted together by a refreshing en-suite.
Following the quality of the previous, you will find a third super king-size bedroom with en-suite, facing the front of the property; and for a different touch, there is a double room with en-suite.
Both rooms are laced with elegance, promoting a graceful flair that flows effortlessly from start to finish.
Further ahead, lies a utility room, well equipped to meet your needs.
Take the stairs to arrive at a lovely landing area that hosts a sofa bed, the adjoining final master bedroom enjoys scenic views of the the golf course and the Ochil Hills beyond.
Tying everything together, a bathroom is tucked away into the corner, with a warming feel, to compliment the matchless interior.
Outside of this well-embellished place, you can find natural views, that sit amongst a lovely garden area.
A short 2 minute walk takes you to the Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Clubhouse with its portfolio of delightful restaurants and bars.
The resort remains famous for its three world class golf courses and the 9-hole Academy course.
Other activities at the hotel include horse-riding, falconry, shooting, fishing, hill-walking, mountain-biking, Segway-tours, gundog-training, off-road driving and Spa treatments.
Note: Spa and leisure activities must be pre-booked directly with Gleneagles Hotel and are subject to availability, and at an additional cost which may differ to the rates payable by hotel residents" house guests cannot use the swimming pool and leisure club at the hotel unless they purchase a full-day Spa package direct from the hotel.
This is an exceptional property for a glamorous stay.
Five bedrooms: 1 x super king-size (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite jacuzzi bath, 2 x basin, shower and WC, 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area with breakfast bar. Utility. Sitting room. Snug.
About the location
Crieff 9 miles; Perth 13 miles; Stirling 20 miles; Glasgow 45 miles; Edinburgh 58 miles.
From the Gaelic meaning Upper Highland, the small town of Auchterarder sits amidst stunning rural scenery in Scotland’s beautiful Strathearn, Perthshire. The town was once affectionately known as The Town of 100 Drawbridges in the Middle Ages, on account of the small bridges that criss-crossed the gutters, offering access between the road and the houses. Gaining the title of Royal Burgh in 1200, Auchterarder was subsequently torched and completely destroyed by retreating Jacobites in 1715, and only the handloom industry allowed it to grow and thrive again. On the occassion of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton the Queen gave the title of Earl and Countess of Strathearn to the happy couple. Offering a fascinating history prominent in its old buildings, today the town is often referred to as The Lang Toun or Long Town after its 1.5 mile long main street, which leads to its thriving centre where many attractive shops, cafes and bars can be found. Hill walking, horse riding, cycling, shooting, fishing and even parachuting are available in this wonderful area, but golf enthusiasts will be especially delighted with the famous Gleneagles Hotel complex and Auchterarder Golf Club next door. St Andrews and Carnoustie are also an easy travel distance away.