The storied history of Caledonian Sleeper started a new chapter in 2019 when a fleet of brand new trains were introduced. Running on our Lowland and Highland routes, the new trains bring a touch of the extraordinary to travel between Scotland and London.
A Timeless Experience
Our trains continue to offer the timeless experience which Caledonian Sleeper is known for. We have a range of accommodation options, with our trains now featuring rooms with en-suite toilet and shower as well as ones with double beds.
- Caledonian Double (double bed with en-suite, station lounge access, breakfast, luxury toiletries included)
- Club Rooms (solo or shared use with en-suite, station lounge access, breakfast, luxury toiletries included)
- Classic Rooms (solo or shared use with an option of interconnecting rooms, toiletries included)
- Comfort Seats (with personal locker, reading light and charging point)
- Accessible Rooms (double or twin, toiletries included and directly adjacent to accessible toilet)
All rooms come with USB charging points, a sleep kit, and an in-room a sink ensuring you can freshen up after a comfortable night’s sleep.
Other features include hotel-style keycard entry system, charging panels and WiFi throughout the train.
Food and drink is available from our Club Car. Priority is given to guests travelling with Caledonian Double, Club or Flexipass tickets. Classic guests can use the Club Car, subject to availability, but are welcome to take food back to their rooms. Seated guests are offered counter service from a dedicated Seated Menu. You can view all of our menus here.
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Some of the UK’s best destinations connected by the Caledonian Sleeper.
Whether it is for business or leisure, Caledonian Sleeper will take you to some of the UK’s most wonderful destinations.
Whether you are travelling to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William, travel in comfort and enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.Learn more about Destinations
The Silver City with the Golden Sands, also known as the Granite City, Aberdeen has established itself as a dining and entertainment destination.
Castles, dungeons, ghosts and tunnels give Scotland’s capital an air of mystique, but there’s more to Edinburgh than history and creepy tales.
Home to many a lively ceilidh – where the celebrated local malt is the toast of the guests – Fort William is an idyllic escape from the rat race.
As a gateway to the Highlands, Inverness has matured to become one of the UK’s most spectacular cities.
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