About the Hotel
Step back in time to the gilded age of top hats and timepieces, flowing champagne and exquisite caviar, and step aboard the train that will whisk you away through the rolling wonderland that is the British Isles. Here, the hustle and bustle of the modern world leaves you at the door, while class, style, and delicious cuisine are all the rage aboard.
In cars designed with a classic sensibility, complete with gleaming white china, impossibly-thinly fluted champagne glasses, and charmed, white-gloved attendants cheerfully answering your every beckon, sink into the lap of luxury and enjoy a bit of royal treatment with your meal. As musicians merrily stroll through the aisles, and magicians delight entire parties tableside, gaze out across the emerald countryside as you travel from London, Birmingham, or Manchester. Whether your destination is the city, for sightseeing, shopping, and excitement, or perhaps the brilliant gardens and castles of the peaceful countryside, both the Belmond British Pullman & Northern Belle are as charming as they are luxurious.
Steaming ahead while the sun shines through your window, relax in plush comfort and sip champagne and fine local wines, as the delicious aromas of fabulous cuisine mingle with the magic of your journey. From brunches of eggs scrambled with delicious smoked salmon and chives, to tenderly slow cooked beef, duck confit, and lamb, and of course the classic British cheeseboard, featuring home-made chutney, seasonal delicacies of Britain are brought to life with enticing modern flair. Sit back and enjoy the festive ambiance, with delightful conversation, laughter and fun, the stirring of songs drifting through the aisles, and let yourself be transported to a place where all things are this fabulous. In a contemporary world that often overlooks these little delights that make life truly grand, the Belmond British Pullman & Northern Belle instead focus specifically on these details - in a sense, the only proper thing to do aboard such a finely gilded vessel. And as the countryside rolls on, perhaps lost in your reverie, gently stop the attendant as he strolls by, for surely it is time for another glass of bubbly.