Gleneagles

Gleneagles® is a magnificent French chateau-style hotel set amid gently rolling hills in the heart of Scotland. Established in 1924, the hotel became known as “the palace in the glens” and continues to attract those in search of rest, relaxation and exhilaration. Outdoors, Gleneagles makes the most of its 850 acres. Its three championship golf courses are among the best in the world; The King’s, The Queen’s and The PGA Centenary, Host Venue for the Ryder Cup 2014. Other outdoor leisure pursuits include shooting, fishing, falconry, off-road driving and horse riding, as well as swimming in The Club’s two indoor pools.

Tennis has been played at Gleneagles since the 1920s – this image shows a mixed double tournament in 1927.

In the 1980s tennis legend Virginia Wade hosted a tennis weekend at Gleneagles. In 2015 Gleneagles opened a new indoor tennis facility with four acrylic surfaced indoor courts, a perfect complement to the five outdoor ones. Court hire is available on a pay & play basis, no membership required, and a team of expert coaches offer tuition for all ages and abilities.

Since its opening, the Gleneagles Arena has played host to a number of exciting tennis events, and several training events led by icons such as Judy Murray, Leon Smith and Louis Cayer.

Gleneagles are delighted to offer a bed and Breakfast rate of £325.00 per room per night, for single or double occupancy for guests attending the Brodies Tennis Invitational 2018. All rooms should be booked through The Gleneagles Resort Sales Team by email at resort.sales@gleneagles.com or by phone on 0800 704 705, option 1, quoting ‘Brodies Tennis Event’, subject to availability. Full, prepayment will be required, which is non-refundable, but fully transferable.

Gleneagles has a rich heritage spanning almost a century, and is famed for having played host to some of the most prestigious sporting events in the world.  Our proud and continued involvement in this superb event, the Brodies Invitational, allows us to build on this great tradition, and enhances our reputation as a world-class sporting estate.

Conor O’Leary

General Manager, Gleneagles Hotel