Travelling with a bike
Planning on exerting some pedal power at your destination? With Caledonian Sleeper, you can travel with your bike without having to pay an extra cost – subject to availability on board.
To book your bike, call our Guest Service Centre. Bikes must be booked by noon the day before travel.
Please note, we cannot accommodate tandem bikes.
Guests travelling on our Fort William services are required to move their bike during a coach changeover at Edinburgh Waverley.
Hiring a bicycle?
If you’d prefer to leave your bike at home but still want to take to the roads or tracks, why not hire a bike at your destination? A list of helpful links for bike hire are shown below which are reviewed and updated regularly:
For more information on cycling, please see Sustrans who provide information on the 2,000 mile walking and cycle route in Scotland.Book your ticket now
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Our accommodation allows you to arrive refreshed
Every room on board our train captures the spirit of Caledonian Sleeper, with handcrafted Glencraft mattresses for the ultimate sleep and – for the first time – en-suite facilities in select accommodation options
Arrive refreshed at your destination of choice following your overnight journey.Book your ticket now Start your journey
Where do you want to travel?
Some of the UK’s best destinations are 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
The capital of the UK and one of the world’s most spectacular cities, London needs little introduction and gives you access to business, entertainment and leisure on a grand scale.
Situated within Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore is a dream destination for winter sports enthusiasts and summertime hikers alike.
Between Perth and Stirling sits Gleneagles, best known for its world class golf courses. In 2014 it played host to the 40th Ryder Cup.
Known as Scotland’s Heritage Capital, arguably its most famous attraction is the Wallace Monument, which commemorates the 13th century warrior William Wallace.
Nicknamed the Fair City and once Scotland’s ancient capital, Perth is Scotland’s seventh and newest city.
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