Belmond Royal Scotsman is the most luxurious and romantic train ride through the magnificent scenery of Scotland and Great Britain. Departing from Edinburgh, Belmond Royal Scotsman takes you to the heart of the Highlands, where you travel through landscapes of pine-clad mountains, reflected in mirror-still lakes. Inspiring sights of Scottish Highlands mixed with the elegant comfort and traditional style of your luxurious private cabin add to the relaxing ambience and unique experience of the train ride.

The exclusive train ride just became even more fascinating with the addition of a special spa carriage. The Bamford Haybarn Spa features bespoke Bamford treatments for passengers travelling on overnight rail journeys. Enhance your relaxation travel experience by trying the famous Bamford’s spa treatments inspired by nature. Individually crafted wellbeing treatments are devoted to connecting the mind, body and soul with the natural world. The Haybarn Spa has been designed using sustainable wood from Scotland and the Cotswolds and features two relaxing single treatment rooms with picture windows looking out onto the beautiful Scottish countryside.

‘We are excited to launch our first spa carriage – we are now able to offer our guests a new way to relax, to de-stress and slow down and to reflect on their journey with us, commented Gary Franklin, Managing Director, Belmond Trains & Cruises. ‘Train journeys are incredibly relaxing, and the new Haybarn Spa offers an another way to take time and reconnect with the things that are important while travelling through stunning Scottish scenery’.

Itineraries of Belmond Royal Scotsman range from two to seven nights departing from Edinburgh to the adventure of exploring the Scottish Highlands. The ‘country house on wheels’ features exquisitely appointed en-suite cabins with personal steward service. Authentic Scottish dishes complement the highland experience and the observation car, with its open veranda and comfortable interior seating, provides the ideal spot to take in the passing landmarks such as the Kyle of Lochalsh and Cairngorms National Park while sampling a wide choice of Scottish whiskies from the bar.