Valenti suggests an equestrian escape in Scotland

Looking for an equestrian-related vacation? Consider a trip to Gleneagles® Hotel in Scotland, home to the world-renowned Equestrian School, an accredited British Horse Society training and examination facility that hosts dressage competitions every month. Book a stay and take part in a variety of activities including lessons to improve your equestrian skills or the art of riding cross-country over 60 fixed fences, carriage driving, an introduction to polo or trail riding.
closeup of a horse head with detail on the eye and on rider hand
The Gleneagles Hotel has been recognized as one of the World’s Best Hotels – and the highest rated hotel in Britain – by the Condé Nast Traveler 2014 Gold List. Located on 850 acres of Perthshire countryside (just one hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow), the hotel is home to three championship golf courses, a multi award-winning spa and an array of outdoor activities. The hotel is a haven of luxury British heritage that offers a five star hotel experience. With 232 elegant rooms, including 26 suites, the hotel provides some of the finest accommodation in Scotland.
Gleneagles was also the only British hotel to be featured in the Condé Nast Traveler World’s Best Hotels for Sports Lovers category.  The annual Gold List identifies the world’s top hotels, resorts and cruise liners, as voted for by nearly 80,000 discerning Condé Nast Traveler readers. This year, Gleneagles will host the 40th biennial Ryder Cup, marking the first time since 1972 that the competition has been hosted on Scottish soil.
For a list of Gleneagles Equestrian Club activities, visit
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