Glenfinnan Sleeping Car, Glenfinnan Station, Glenfinnan, nr Fort William, PH37 4LT
Glenfinnan sleeping car provides unique, comfortable accommodation in an historic railway carriage adjacent to Glenfinnan Station. An ideal location for the mountains of Lochaber, Rough Bounds, Moidart and Ardgour. Glenfinnan makes a great starting point for bothy expeditions and is a useful stopping-off point on the route to Skye. Why not use it also for extended stays using road or rail for trips to fishing, golf, ferries, cruises, and beach locations?
The sleeping car has a fully equipped kitchen, showers, a drying room and total hydro-electric heating. The adjacent dining coach provides excellent meals to give you a break from self-catering.
Your overnight stay includes free admission to the railway museum housed in the station buildings.This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
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All year, 24 hours.
£15 pppn, £5 for hire of bedding and towels, £130 for exclusive use of whole coach.
Booking preferred and advisable to avoid disappointment.
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On the A830, 15 miles from Fort William and 30 miles from Mallaig with ferry connections to the Small Isles and Skye.
Bunkhouse is adjacent to Glenfinnan Railway Station on the West Highland Line (Glasgow-Fort William-Mallaig) and is 100m from a bus stop.
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And stay in Glenfinnan Sleeping car, just around the bend at Glenfinnan Station.
Just around the corner from the Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter films, you can sleep in a railway sleeping car. Glenfinnan Station Museum Sleeping Car is part of the heritage rolling stock. It was built in 1958 and has been converted into unique bunkhouse accommodation for up to 10 people while retaining lots of unique features. The comfortable facilities include:- twin bunk compartments, Family room, shower and washroom, well-equipped kitchen and a seating area with TV, toy chest and board games.
The museum is housed in the station buildings, it tell the story of the West Highland Railway, its construction and development.
Still a working railway station, the museum offers a a hands-on introduction to West Highland railway heritage. The indoor exhibition provides interesting facts and stories about the spectacular Glenfinnan Viaduct and life on the West Highland, while the outdoor exhibits tell the story of a rural Scottish railway station over the last century.