ScotRail's Caledonian Sleeper service operates six nights a week, Sunday to Friday. It gives you the chance to travel overnight - and arrive at your destination refreshed and ready to start your day.
Our service links London Euston, North West England and over 40 locations in Scotland. And even before you set off, we make sure that you’re taken care of. As you board the train, our friendly hosts will greet you, show you to your comfortable cabin and make sure you have everything you need.
All Caledonian Sleeper services are non-smoking, including Lounge Cars. To find out more about the route, take a look at our Caledonian Sleeper map.
All children under 16 must travel in a twin berth cabin with another member of their group, or have sole occupancy of a cabin. If you’ve chosen seated sleeper accommodation, remember that an adult must accompany children under 16.
Children under 5 travel free, but please note that there is no separate berth or seat allocated to them, and cots cannot be set up due to lack of available space within the cabin. Passengers travelling with children under 5 must have sole occupancy of their cabin.
Updated February 2013
You are welcome to bring assistance dogs or domestic pets on the Sleeper.
There's no charge for assistance dogs. For pets, a fee of £90 is payable for each leg of the journey at the time of booking. This goes towards the cost of deep cleaning the cabins afterwards. We do this to provide additional reassurance for customers, particularly those who may suffer from allergies.
No animals are allowed in the seated Sleeper coach for the same reason. However, for those travelling with assistance dogs, a free upgrade to a cabin will normally be provided, subject to availability.
We allow pets in Sleeper cabins where the owner has booked exclusive use via a single occupancy fare such as First Class or a Solo supplement. If you book adjoining cabins, we will not be able to open the doors between them unless you pay the deep cleaning charge for both cabins.
We understand that you may have to travel at short notice so, subject to cabin availability, you do not have to let us know that you will be bringing an assistance dog or domestic pet onboard. In these circumstances you can pay the fee (for domestic pets only) to Sleeper staff.
If you are able to give us advance notice it would be much appreciated. You can notify us via ScotRail Telesales on 08457 55 00 33 or at a staffed station.
As a separate matter, if you would like extra help during your journey, you may notify the Assisted Travel team by calling 0800 912 2 901, our Text Relay Service (for the hard of hearing) on 18001 0800 912 2 901 or by visiting a staffed station. You can also book online. More details here : http://www.scotrail.co.uk/content/disability-and-inclusion