The room is picture perfect for private dinners, drinks receptions and cocktail parties. The south-facing windows, overlooking the croquet lawn, flood the room with light and you could not ask for a more romantic location for a summer cocktail party.
Today that sense of calm is perfect for private dinners and intimate parties. The room also offers direct access to the country-style Pantry kitchen next door.
This relaxed kitchen space is available for visiting groups using The Assembly Room or The Broadcasting Room. Akin to a traditional country-house pantry, with plenty of natural daylight, this unique, laid-back and stylish break-out space provides the perfect atmosphere for guests to relax around the kitchen table.
Also available to book exclusively for evening events, it makes an ideal setting for relaxed drinks receptions, whisky nosing or food tasting sessions.
Designed to accommodate a beautiful antique dining table, complete with polished silver and fine crystal goblets, The Parlour revels in its rich formality. But pull up a comfy armchair and light the fire and it becomes a quite lovely, warm and welcoming space for informal gatherings with friends and family.
Black tie dinners, informal lunches and indulgent afternoon teas are the order of the day at The Billiard Room, a room renowned for its elegance and the light that pours through its south-facing windows.
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Ask us to set-up its gorgeous polished mahogany table for a formal dinner for ten. Or perhaps you’d prefer a more laid-back lunch or small drinks reception?
This flexible space is actually three different rooms – The Reading Room, The Writing Room and The Card Room – configurable in different ways, making it a particularly flexible space for dinners, lunches and cocktail parties.
With its mirrored walls, gorgeous chandeliers and sprung dance floor, The Ballroom is the perfect venue for weddings, dinner dances and grand parties.
Fun fact: the official hotel opening took place here in 1924 but don’t be fooled – there’s more to this grand old lady than meets the eye. Under her stylish exterior is a full lighting rig, with built-in projection and sound. And if you fancy a ceilidh to make your event go with a swing, the beautifully polished floor is fully sprung. Ideal for larger celebrations, launches and conferences, The Ballroom can comfortably host up to 260 guests for meetings and conferences, 200 for dining and up to 360 for cocktails.
With its own bar and access to the Garden Cafe lawn, The Pantry is brilliant at any time of day: from hearty breakfast to late suppers. Use it in connection with the adjacent Broadcast Room for a flexible, spacious suite of rooms.
Talk about living history. The estate’s deliveries used to come straight into The Cellars by train – you can still see the original railway bays in this intimate, atmospheric room. Carefully decorated with fascinating archive material from our history, The Cellars are ideal for wine and whisky tastings, intimate dinners, chatty cocktail receptions and canapé receptions, seating 12 comfortably for dining and 20 for receptions and tastings.
Whether you want to have a formal sit-down meal or are after a more casual affair, we can create a customised menu to suit any occasion – but because 17,000 bottles of wine call The Cellars home, we definitely think wine should be at the heart of your event! Why not have a tutored tasting, or open a special vintage – our enthusiastic sommelier would love to help you choose something special from our collection.
Just a short drive from the hotel and at the heart of our world-class shooting school, The Shooting Lodge makes a brilliant hub for your group’s outdoor adventures. It works perfectly as a location in its own right too, easily holding 200 people for an inside/outside BBQ and 30 for sit-down meals.
Cosy and casual, there’s a real sense of the outdoors with beautiful wooden walls and an exposed stone chimney, while soft fabrics and muted colours add a touch of luxury. Don’t think you need to save your BBQs for the summer though – with a real roaring fire and warm throws we can cope with anything the Scottish winter throws at us.
This is one of the most famous of all Gleneagles rooms as it hosted the G8 Summit in 2005. With huge south-facing windows overlooking the croquet lawn (making it the perfect venue for glamorous summer cocktail parties), the Glendevon can easily host up to 100 guests for a sparkling champagne reception.
Situated just a short stroll from the main house, The Arena has a capacity of 2,500 guests and makes for a truly impressive venue for weddings, parties and celebrations.
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