Travelling with pets
A family getaway can often feel like someone is missing if your furry friend is left behind. We love welcoming your pets on board, meaning you can bring the whole family along while you travel.
We regularly welcome dogs and cats on board, but we will consider carrying other pets too – our Guest Service Centre are happy to offer advice.
Up to two pets can join you on board and we don’t charge for their travel but, because we have to thoroughly clean the room your pet has travelled in, we do charge a cleaning fee. Currently this is £30 per room, for any single journey and for either one or two pets. Unfortunately, pets cannot travel in our Seated Carriage.
We know they usually love a cuddle, but we do ask that pets don’t sleep on the beds; please ensure they stay on the floor of your room. Please also do not bring your pet into the Club Car, or walk your pet along other carriages.Start your journey
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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
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Where do you want to travel?
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.
Our trains travel from London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William, allowing you to unwind and enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.Learn more
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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