Scotland’s famous Gleneagles Estate (even more famous since golf’s 2014 Ryder Cup was played there recently) has come up with a novel idea to market the field sporting activities it provides to guests.
The 5 Star resort’s “Fair Game” package consists of a clay pigeon shooting lesson at the resort’s own shooting school, a gundog handling lesson with an A-Panel Field Trial judge and a game hawking session hunting rabbits with Harris Hawks from the British School of Falconry.
On the accommodation side, the all-inclusive price of GBP799 (for two) includes a four course game dinner, one nights accommodation and breakfast.
And of course, for the golfers, it would be inexcusable to leave Gleneagles without playing a round or two on a Ryder Cup course. Oh and let’s not forget the excellent fishing that is to be had in the region. Sounds like the perfect short break or holiday location.
For more information visit: http://www.gleneagles.com