Auchterarder Isa a small town located north of the Ochil Hills in Perth and Kinross in Scotland. Its popular name the Long Town is due to one and a half-mile-long High Street. The lovely village attracts tourists to explore it and its surroundings.
What to Do in Auchterarder?
Although a small village, its exploring and leisure activities will occupy your time. You can visit the Tullibardine Chapel, you can rent a bike and explore its surroundings, enjoy the Golf Club or dive into the range of treatments in the Spa at the Gleneagles Hotel.
Where to Dine in Auchterarder?
- The Strathearn– One of the last bastions of first-class dining you can enjoy the finest Franco-Scottish cuisine
- Restaurant Andrew Fairlie- in the heart of Gleneagles Hotel guests can enjoy the best Scottish produce
- Jon and Fernanda’s Restaurant – located in the High Street, you can enjoy the taste of local produce and European and Scottish cuisine
Where to Stay in Auchterarder?
Established in 1924, Luxury Hotel The Gleneagles is a prestigious resort in the heart of Scotland. Set within 850 acres, it offers 3 championship golf courses and an ESPA spa, along with a falconry school. Guests can also enjoy off-road driving, horse-riding, dog training, and shooting. Gleneagles Hotel also offers The Club, where guests can enjoy fitness classes. It boasts 2 swimming pools, a sauna, a steam room, a gym, and an outdoor hot tub. Set amongst rolling hills, the resort is home to The PGA Centenary and National Academy Golf Courses, along with The King’s Course and The Queen’s Course. In the mornings, the Gleneagles Hotel serves an award-winning full Scottish breakfast. With 4 fine dining restaurants, guests can enjoy imaginative menus in the Michelin Starred Andrew Fairlie restaurant, along with the Birnam Brasserie, the formal Strathearn, and the lively Dormy Bar and Grill. This grand resort offers a variety of elegant rooms and luxurious suites and Royal Lochnagar Suite should be your choice.