A perfect example of the opulence of rail travel in the 1920s,
the magnificent Belmond British Pullman, sister train to the Venice
Simplon-Orient-Express, is one of the most marvellous - and stylish
- ways to travel throughout England.
Enjoy your journey in one of 11 magnificently restored carriages
on board the Belmond British Pullman. Each carriage has it's own
unique history - whether it was damaged in an air-raid in World War
II, or used to convey the Royal Family around Britain. On top of
their histories, these carriages, with their prominent art-deco
designs and stunning collection of inlaid wood panels, offer those
who travel within them a truly unique and authentic experience:
enjoying the truly 'Golden Age' of rail travel.
Explore a plethora of gorgeous locations on board these vintage
carriages. Experience the 'Best of British', with day trips
visiting historic Bath and Canterbury, elegant Sandringham, and the
verdant surrounds of Longleat and its iconic stately home. You
might also like to travel in style to glamorous Goodwood, enjoying
the races from an enclosure exclusive to Belmond British Pullman
guests. Whatever you wish to do, there is always the promise of a
splendidly extravagant day.
Your table is set with starched white linen, specially
commissioned china and sparkling cut glasses. Sit back and relax as
the liveried stewards care for your every need whilst seated in
these exquisitely restored carriages. Journeys offer mouth watering
seasonal menus prepared by the train's chefs. Its signature lunch
journey 'The Golden Age of Travel - Kent and the Garden of England'
is perhaps a superb way to enjoy a round trip on-board the train
with silver service and a five-course lunch - complete with wine,
Champagne including a Great British cheese board, biscuits and
chutneys - or even immerse yourself in a Murder Mystery journey,
enjoying delicious five-course lunch whilst unravelling an