Ryder Cup Location Guide



In this section you will find information about the area in which the Ryder Cup is held. This will help you make the most of your visit.



Ryder Cup 2014 - How To Get To Gleneagles

Flights going to Edinburgh (German):

Germany:
Köln/Bonn; Düsseldorf; Bremen; Hamburg; Berlin; Frankfurt; München;

Austria:
Salzburg; Bratislava (SK)

Flights going to Edinburgh (France):

France:
Paris; Potiers; La Rochelle; Bordeaux; Bergerac; Toulouse; Beziers; Marseille; Lyon; Chambery;

Switzerland:
Genève (CH)

Transfer from Edinburgh:

Coach:
From Edinburgh Bus Station takes 1hr 15mins;
Fee: £25
Important Advice: Pre-Booking Necessary

Park & Ride:
Balado, Kinross - McDiarmid Park, Perth - Castleview, Stirling
Fee:
£10 per vehical per day (TUE & WED) £20 per vehicle per day (THU - SUN)

Train:
Scot Rail provides Trains to Gleneagle Station, which is only a short walk from the entrance.
More details here: https://scotrail.co.uk/rc2014travel/

Ryder Cup 2014 - Top 5 Golf Courses Nearby

Auchterader Golf Club

Distance: 1.6m
Greenfee: £45.50 (18 holes)/£55.50 (day ticket)
MON-THU £50.50/£65.50 FRI-SUN

http://www.auchterardergolf.co.uk/home

Muthill Golf Course

Distance: 6.8m
Greenfee: £10 MON,TUE, FRI pm
£15 (18 holes)/£20 (day ticket) TUE-FRI am
£18 (18 holes)/£20 (day ticket) Weekends

http://www.muthillgolfclub.co.uk/

Dunning Golf Club

Distance: 10m
Greenfee: £18 (18 holes)/£25 (day ticket) MON-FRI
£20 (Weekends 18 holes) £28 (Sunday day ticket)

http://www.dunninggolfclub.co.uk/

Dunblane New Golf Course

Distance: 12.6m
Greenfee: £35 (18 holes) MON-FRI
£45 (SAT after 4pm & SUN)

http://www.dngc.co.uk/

Craigie Hill Golf Club

Distance: 15.7m
Greenfee: £25 (18 holes)/£35 (day ticket) MON-FRI
£30 / £40 (SAT-SUN)

http://www.craigiehill.co.uk/



Ryder Cup 2014 - Top 5 Restaurants

Jon and Fernanda's, Auchterarder

Distance: 2.4m
Friendly service combined with exquisite foods and great wine. What more could you ask for?
Jon and Fernando were both head waitress and head chef at The Gleneagles Hotel until 1999, when they opened their restaurant in Auchterarder.

Price Range: £28-£50

Address: 34 High Street,
Auchterarder,
PH3 1DB,
http://www.jonandfernandas.co.uk/

Barley Bree, Crieff

Distance: 4.6m
The Barley Bree is run by the Bouteloup, who combine french chef training with expertise for fine wines. Check out the Dexter Steak. All this at very reasonable prices.
Price Range: £18-£22

Address: 6 Willoughby Street,
Muthill, Crieff,
PH5 2AB
http://barleybree.com/

Avanti italian restaurant, Crieff

Distance: 9.7m
You might be in Scotland but that does not mean that you cannot have a bit of mediterranean feeling. The authentic Italian dishes will make your mouth water and a selection of nice red wines will transport you to Italy. Highly recomenndable are the meat ravioli.
Price Range: £4-£20

Address: 32-34 High Street,
Crieff,
PH7 3BS
http://www.avanticrieff.co.uk/

Sheriffmuir Inn, Dunblane

Distance: 10.8m
You will feel right at home at this inn with a rustic charm. The Sheriffmuir Inn offers the opportunity to relax with a nice glass of wine or refreshing beer and enjoy alongside a superb view. Highly recommendable are the slow cooked pork as well as their venison.
Price Range: £10-£14

Address: Sheriffmuir,
Dunblane,
FK15 0LN
http://www.sheriffmuirinn.co.uk/theinn.html

The Village Inn, Dunblane

Distance: 10.8m
If you looking for excellent Pub food and great real ales, look no further. This Pub offers you a hearty meal in a friendly atmosphere with fantastic service.
Price Range: £5-£23

Address: 5 Stirling Road,
Dunblane,
FK15 9EP
https://www.facebook.com/thevillageinndunblane2013

Ryder Cup 2014 - Top 5 Sights to See

Blair Atholl


Blair Atholl is a small village on the edge of Cairngorms National Park, which was built around the confluence of the Tilt and Garry rivers.
The town's most famous landmark is Blair Castle, which was built in the 13th century.

http://www.cairngorms-park.com/Villages/Blair-Atholl/

Edradour distillery


The distillery located in the town of Pitlochry was found in 1825. Edradour produces Highland single malt whisky and offers guided tours as well as tastings and coporate events.

http://www.edradour.com/index.php/visit/

Stirling


The largest city in central Scotland has a medieval town centre and should not be missed when visiting the Ryder Cup. Stirling castle is not just one of the grandest castles in Scotland but also houses the largest medieval banquetting hall ever build in Scotland.

http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/index/places/propertyresults/propertyoverview.htm?PropID=PL_275&PropName=Stirling%20Castle

Perth


Located on the banks of the river Tay, the former Scottish capital is well worth a visit. With its rich and influential history spanning more than 800 years Perth offers plenty of activities for its visitors.

http://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/perth-p242231

Crieff Hydro Leisure Complex


If you are looking for a bit more adventure, the 900 acre estate packed with leisure activities is the right thing for you. Whatever your passion, you will find something to entertain you here; from Quads and off-road segways to swimming activities and shooting.

http://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/crieff-hydro-leisure-complex-p258811