We were delighted to welcome European Travel Magazine on board, as they explored the north of Scotland.
"Although there are many ways to get to the UK’s northernmost city, the most transformative is the overnight train from London known as the Caledonian Sleeper."
Don't get me wrong, the staff are helpful and the welcome on board by smart liveried Caledonian
Going up our Stewardess
Rooms are a bit dated but a refurb is due 2018 but they do exactly what you expect. Private compact and functional
Your staff are your biggest asset and we encountere
Sleep wise it's hard but a lot more comfortabl
Well done Caledonian
Just a cold empty station on a December night with some ...other homeless souls. Surely this was not we had been looking forward to for months.
But yes.Even when train eventually
If I could rate at less than 1 star, then I would.
Caledonian Sleeper were delighted to partner with Hotel Chocolat in offering last night's guests a Valentine’s Day treat
Guests on the Glasgow to London service on Tuesday were given the chance to sample a selection of 10 handmade chocolates, information on the cocoa growing process, and a goody bag.
Ryan Flaherty, Serco’s Guest Experience Director of Caledonian Sleeper, said: “There’s no better time to indulge in luxury chocolate than on Valentine’s Day so we treated our guests to a special event created with the perfect partner, Hotel Chocolat."
If you're feeling inspired by the Winter Olympics, there'll be plenty of fresh snow on the Scottish slopes this week.
Arrive refreshed in the heart of the Highlands with Caledonian Sleeper.
Changing the Guard – also known as Guard Mounting – is the iconic ceremony seen by millions of people each year at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
The ceremony is accompanied by a full military band playing a selection of music ranging from traditional marches to songs from musicals and even familiar pop songs.
Visit London and see its iconic traditions on the Caledonian Sleeper.
The majestic red deer is Scotland’s largest wild land mammal – and one of the most impressive wildlife spectacles.
Ever wondered how to define the stags?
A Royal Stag has 12 points or tines on their antlers; an Imperial Stag has 14 points; and a Monarch has 16 points.
The William Wallace statue has been in its city centre location in Aberdeen since 1888.
Commemorating Wallace’s life and sacrifice to Scotland, this bronze statue is not one to miss when visiting Aberdeen!
Last night we had a Burns celebration on board our Inverness to London train. Guests were seen off in style with a performance by Spud The Piper and a glass of Tomintoul Single Malt Whisky . Tonight's London to Glasgow guests will also enjoy an 'address to the haggis' during their journey of a night time.
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Missing the Scottish scenery from Outlander on your screens?
Take the Caledonian Sleeper and you can visit the real life locations from the show.
If you are a snow sports enthusiast, there are few places more spectacular than the Nevis Range, near Fort William. The forecast suggests there'll be fresh snowfall this week, but be sure to wrap up warm!
Arrive refreshed in the heart of the Scottish highlands with Caledonian Sleeper.
VisitScotland have beautifully captured some of the Highland’s hidden gems in this video.
Take the Caledonian Sleeper to Inverness, capital of the Highlands.
“Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face,
Great chieftain o the puddin'-race!”
All across the globe today Scots will be celebrating Burns’ night....
On your next trip to Edinburgh with the Caledonian Sleeper, why not find out more about Robert Burns and Scotland’s other great literary figures at The Writers’ Museum in Edinburgh.
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From mountain hares to red grouse, Caledonian Sleeper has highlighted some of the top winter wildlife spots to help families make the most of Scotland’s frost-tinted outdoor scenes.
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Enjoy an island hopping adventure by boarding Caledonian Sleeper at London Euston