Prepare to travel to Scotland in style
Enjoy one of the world’s most iconic train journeys and get a great night’s sleep, all for less than the price of a flight. And, it’s kinder to the environment too.
The miles between London Euston and Glasgow fly by on this trip. Arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
We don’t sell tickets on the Caledonian Sleeper, but we’re such big fans that we invite First Class passengers to start their journey to Scotland with complimentary access to our First Class lounge
at Euston Station.
The lounge offers free WiFi, a business area to fire off a few emails, a shower to freshen up, and complimentary drinks too. Standard Class passengers are welcome to use the First Class Lounge at the end of their journey, but need to ask the train manager for a voucher while on the train.
You can buy tickets for the Caledonian Sleeper at our stations, or visit the sleeper scot website
for more details.
Things to do when you get to Scotland
National Museum of Scotland
Take a tour through natural history, world cultures, European art and design, science and technology. The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh is packed with ancient artefacts, precious objects and breath-taking art. A great way to get your culture fix in a city with no shortage of it.
Edinburgh Castle dominates the city’s skyline – and a visit there never disappoints. Built on top of an extinct volcano, it serves as the backdrop of the world famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The perfect way to take in some of Scotland’s history during your trip.
Travelling with your own pack of little monkeys? This 82-acre site is a great place to take the kids, with over 1000 rare and endangered animals including pandas, penguins, koalas and zebras. A must-see for animal lovers.
Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA)
Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art is at the vanguard of the city’s art scene with a collection of modern art from some of the most exciting artists around. The striking neo-classical building has hosted exhibitions from David Hockney and Andy Warhol, as well as leading Scottish Artists like Ken Currie and John Bellany.
Overnight to Cornwall on the Night Riviera
Travel from London to the West Country, all in one night. The Great Western Railway ‘Night Riviera’ is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and out to the coast, while you sleep soundly.
Enjoy your own air conditioned, temperature-controlled berth, along with a café serving drinks and snacks for the journey. Get off to a great start with breakfast provided in the morning. There’s even a washbasin in every cabin, so you can get ready for the day ahead.
Cornwall has an excellent range of attractions. Here are just a few of our favourite spots to visit.
Things to do when you get to Cornwall
Famed for its stunning vistas and surf beaches, St Ives is one of Britain’s most loved seaside towns. The picturesque views and beautiful light have been attracting painters for centuries. To this day, art remains a huge part of the local culture, with a Tate gallery, Barbara Hepworth’s sculpture garden, and the Leach Pottery Studio.
The Eden Project
Visit the world’s largest indoor rainforest, housed within a series of stunning geodesic domes in the heart of Cornwall. From summer rock concerts to winter ice-skating, the domes are open all year round. One of them even has its own waterfall! It’s like a whole other world tucked away in England’s west coast.
The UK’s westernmost point has some of the most incredible views in the British Isles. From family-friendly carved paths over the cliffs to must-see tourist attractions, there’s no shortage of things to do for visitors of all ages. You might even get to meet some of the local wildlife, with seals, dolphins and porpoises all frequently spotted off the coast.
This picture-perfect Cornish village has a filmography most actors would be proud of, having appeared as a backdrop for British TV favourites like Poldark, Doc Martin and Nightmare Man. If you’re ready to answer the call of the great outdoors, this is the place to be. Discover gorgeous coastal walks, fishing spots, sprawling gardens and much more. It’s also a stone’s throw from one of the UK’s most popular surfing beaches – Polzeath.