Meetings & Celebrations
The inventors and the innovators, the big thinkers and the bon
vivants, the families and the friends – Gleneagles has long been
the destination for glorious gatherings and historic meetings. A
magical retreat in the heart of Perthshire, Gleneagles bursts with
lively celebrations, animated conversations and captivating spaces
for any group gathering. Our magnificent 850 acres is all yours to
Whether you want to get out of your comfort zone, try something
new, or simply use one of our rooms to brainstorm some ideas, we’ll
help you create the perfect event. And because tramping the moors,
having creative breakthroughs or dancing the night away can work up
a bit of an appetite, there’s a myriad of dining options to choose
from, all of which can be completely tailored to your group.
Even though we’re off the beaten track, Gleneagles is closer than
you think. The estate is within an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh
and Glasgow and we even have our very own railway station!
Whether you’re planning a product launch for 1000 or an intimate
board meeting for 10, celebrating a special milestone or tying the
knot, our team will help you create something unforgettable.
Great ideas need space and inspiration. And with the largest
naturally lit conference room in the city and additional breakout
rooms located on the same floor, you will be in the right place to
feel inspired. For inspiration, however, we think it is worth
turning to the famous Hungarians whose brilliant discoveries and
inventions have and continue to shape our lives, regardless of
where we live in the world.
Budapest is the capital of the country which is the birthplace of
many great minds behind ingenious ideas such as the theory of
modern computer science (János Neumann, also known as John von
Neumann), the first commercially successful ballpoint pen (László
Bíró), or the industrial production of soda water (Ányos Jedlik).
Budapest carries the essence of the Hungarian spirit, this city is
the origin of the cultural space that is the source of a distinctly
unique, Hungarian way of thinking.