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Travelling between Edinburgh and London this December? Published: Thursday, 15 December 2016 10:28

Caledonian Sleeper services between London Euston and Edinburgh are extremely busy this festive season.

As a result, we have teamed up with Cross Country trains to offer an alternative option for those wishing to travel to/from Edinburgh on our busiest days between 21 December 2016 and 03 January 2017.

On days when our Edinburgh service is busy or fully booked, guests can book on to our quieter Glasgow service and Cross Country will transport Caledonian Sleeper guests between Edinburgh and Glasgow at no charge on the services specified.

Guests looking to use this option should book on our Glasgow service. Unfortunately we cannot offer this option to our guests travelling with us in seated accommodation.

This arrangement is only available on the selected departure dates below:

Edinburgh Waverley to London Euston

22, 23, 27, 28, 29 & 30 December 2016 and
2 & 3 January 2017

Edinburgh Waverley - Cross Country service departs 21:14
Glasgow Central - Cross Country arrives 22:24
Glasgow Central - Caledonian Sleeper departs 23:40
Caledonian Sleeper will be available to board on arrival at Glasgow Central.
London Euston – Caledonian Sleeper arrives 07:07

London Euston to Edinburgh Waverley

21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29 & 30 December 2016 and
2 January 2017

London Euston - Caledonian Sleeper departs 23:50
Glasgow Central - Caledonian Sleeper arrives 07:20
Glasgow Central - Cross Country departs 07:50
Edinburgh Waverley - Cross Country arrives 08:55*

Arrival date is the following morning.

* Arrives 3 minutes later on Saturday morning.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Guests must make a confirmed Caledonian Sleeper reservation.
  • This arrangement cannot be used with tickets sold on train.
  • Unfortunately we cannot offer this option to our guests travelling with us in  seated accommodation.
  • Guests should make the booking as if they were going to Glasgow.
  • No additional tickets are required for travel on designated services between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • Guests should board the Cross Country train and show their Caledonian Sleeper tickets to the Senior Conductor who will allow them to travel free of charge.
  • If the guest is unable to show their Caledonian Sleeper ticket they will have to pay to use this service.