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About Caledonian Sleeper

Caledonian Sleeper is an overnight rail journey between Scotland and London, operated by Caledonian Sleeper Limited on behalf of Transport Scotland.

Running every night, apart from Saturday, guests are transported both north and south between London Euston and some of Scotland’s biggest cities, including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, and more rural locations, such as Fort William. With staycations on the rise, this is the most convenient way for guests to reach their destination of choice.

A range of innovative ways to travel are offered including double and en-suite rooms as well as a Club Car boasting a menu of Scottish produce.

Caledonian Sleeper – A Unique way to travel

Woman asleep in bed on Caledonian Sleeper

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Safe and flexible travel

Every possible step has been taken to make the service as safe as possible, allowing guests to rest easy as they travel overnight. Each room on board is cleaned and disinfected thoroughly ahead of guests’ arrival, with touchpoints on the train also cleaned frequently during service. Face coverings are required in public areas and in stations.

Caledonian Sleeper tickets are fully flexible for travel up to early September, allowing those with bookings the ability to cancel up until midday on the day before travel.

Looking down seated coach onboard Caledonian Sleeper

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Room Types and Rates

On board, guests can choose from five room types:

  • Caledonian Double En-suite – Double bed with Glencraft mattress. Private en-suite with shower. Breakfast included.
  • Club En-suite Room – Twin bunk options with Glencraft mattresses. Private en-suite with shower. Breakfast included.
  • Classic Room – Twin bunk or single bed options with Glencraft mattresses. Interconnecting doors between adjacent rooms. Breakfast available to purchase.
  • Seated coach – Comfortable reclining seats equipped with charging points, individual reading light and lockable storage. Breakfast available to purchase.
  • Accessible Rooms – double bed or twin bunk bed options. Wheelchair friendly and adjacent accessible toilet.

Combining travel to and from the heart of London with comfortable overnight accommodation, prices for Seats start from £50, Classic Rooms from £190 for Solo or £240 for Shared, Club Rooms from £250 for Solo and £320 for Shared and Caledonian Doubles from £360 for Solo and £425 for Shared. Accessible Rooms are priced separately.