The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland, has restyled and expanded the Strathearn restaurant in addition to the debut of a new Sommelier Table in the hotel’s wine cellar.
The refurbished main dining room of the Strathearn features a color scheme of cream, taupe, rose and burgundy; curved banquettes providing discreet dining areas in the center of the room; new drapes and blinds; and an enhanced lighting scheme featuring LED uplights to the columns, wall lights and standard lights that can be dimmed as well as Gleneagles’ signature urn light fittings highlighting the coffered ceilings.
The Strathearn also boasts a new 40-seat breakfast space designed as an extension of the main dining room. The space offers a light and fresh feel thanks to new window dressings, polished timber flooring, new furniture and signature joinery items such as moldings and table skirts.
The new Sommelier’s Table in the Gleneagles Cellars can accommodate up to 12 guests for a formal dinner. The cellars house around 350 single malt whiskies and drams from every region in Scotland, including a rare 70-year-old Mortlach, the world’s oldest whisky.
The Gleneagles late last year also unveiled The Blue Bar, which includes an al fresco area where guests can enjoy whiskies and cigars.