Luxury Trains


Signature Journeys

Our most popular and prestigious luxury train journeys.

The Golden Age of Travel Bath
The Dinner British Pullman Brunch
British Pullman Afternoon Tea Murder Mystery Lunch
York Hever Castle
Leeds Castle The Grand National
Chartwell Sissinghurst Gardens
Blenheim Palace Canterbury
Chatsworth House Beaulieu Motor Museum
Kent & Sussex Gardens Clay Pigeon Shooting
Cotswold Villages Cowes
Oxford Chatsworth House

Weekend Breaks

Discover the best of Britain as you travel through the glorious countryside. Relax and be pampered as we take you to great destinations in unparalled style.

The Golden Age of Travel (Steam) & Two Nights at The Goring Hotel
Cornish Gardens Weekend with Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan
South Devon Weekend
Loch Lomond & The Highland Games Weekend from London
St Andrews Golf or Spa Weekend from London
Edinburgh Military Tattoo Weekend from London
Inverness Weekend from London
A moveable feast of fine dining and fun

Step on board and into another world – of vintage razzmatazz and Art Deco style. This unforgettable journey of great entertainment and spectacular English destinations centers on the train’s original 1920s carriages

The British Pullman carriages of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express originally ran on legendary 1920s services such as The Brighton Belle and Golden Arrow.

Today, each one has been restored to its former glory, giving you and your loved ones the experience of a lifetime.

From the moment you leave London on the British Pullman you are whisked away into a world of pure indulgence. Champagne flows and gourmet cuisine is served as you take in the beauty of the British countryside.

With destinations as such Glorious Goodwood, Cowes Regatta, Chatsworth House and experiences including Valentine’s Day and The Dinner in association with Laurent Perrier the British Pullman really does offer you a journey of true elegance.
Dining on the British Pullman

The dining experience is pure indulgence, with innovated a la carte dishes and excellent wines served by your steward.

Each menu is lovingly conceived by our chef Matthew Smith, using the finest British ingredients. His passion is fuelled by knowing he is a part of making someone’s special occasion extraordinary.

Each meal is accompanied by the finest wines and champagnes, expertly selected by our sommelier.

The British Pullman carriages were described by their originator, George Mortimer Pullman, as 'Palaces on Wheels'. His description still holds true.

The original 1920s and 30s carriages have been painstakingly refurbished and are again the most sumptuous railway carriages in the world.

Each of the eleven carriages has its own name, décor and history. Minerva, for example has Edwardian-type marquetry, Zena was used in the 1976 film 'Agatha', while Perseus was reserved for Royalty, visiting Heads of State and used in Winston Churchill's funeral train in 1965.

The British Pullman can carry up to 226 passengers and the carriages seat between 20 and 26 passengers in each. On board passengers are seated in either 'coupé's' (small compartments seating up to four people) or in the open car mostly at tables for two. There is a limited number of single tables and tables for three in the open car.
For information on itineraries, departure dates or pricing please email us or call 1-800-247-7268.
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