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We were two couples who stayed here one night and had booked the whole carriage for £150 with linen.
I loved this but the other three wanted more luxury.
This is fun and basic with a kitchen and seating area. Wouldn't recommend sharing with others...More
What a disappointment. One month ago, we were supposed to sleep in the Glenfinnan Sleeping Car. We gave a deposit on paypal but nobody was there to welcome us. We waited 1 hour trying to call the numbers on the door, nothing. Nothing on our...More
Don't go here if you expect great luxury. My wife and I slept on single bunk beds in our own private, but tiny, train carriage. But we slept well and we really enjoyed the experience. There is a pleasant shared living room in the carriage...More
Fabulous stay in the family room - the sleeping car is well equipped and the kitchen area is especially good if you didn't want to head out to eat...literally has everything you could need. Our four-year-old was blown away, especially when the steam train passed...More
Great place but expect history and practicality not luxury. Rooms are small the bunk beds are fine but again small but the history and view are excellent, the only improvement would have been to arrive by train.
Hi there, I'm not 'weirding out' on the internet or anything, so just wanted to say that you left these guys a pretty bad review and I noticed the date you travelled was in Febuary and I had just been on their website prior to coming on to TRIPADVISOR and noticed that it clearly states that they are not open November through to April.
In the pursuit of fairness would you consider changing the 'Not Very Reliable' part of your review to maybe 'Not Very Flexible'? TRIPADVISOR is afterall a very strong platform on which to review companies and unfair reviews here could damaging to their future trade. Fair mistake made and all that, but they're probably reliable in the months they are actually open.