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Departs at 09:30

Wed, 22 Sep 2021 from London Victoria

Arrives at 19:45

Wed, 22 Sep 2021 to London Victoria

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£425 per passenger

Your Journey

Step aboard the gleaming vintage carriages of the Belmond British Pullman train for a wonderful excursion to Longleat, home of the Marquesses of Bath.

Sink into your sumptuous seat and enjoy a delicious brunch—the start of your gastronomic journey. Your table is set with fine linen and bespoke china, while interiors feature distinctive marquetry and art deco flourishes. Liveried stewards are on hand to take care of your every need. Relax and admire the changing views through your picture window as you glide through the rolling Wiltshire countryside. Arriving at your destination around midday, you will be met by coaches for a transfer to Longleat House and Safari Park. Spend the afternoon exploring the Elizabethan country house, maze, parkland and legendary safari park. After your exciting day, return to the train for an effervescent champagne reception. Soon afterwards a four-course dinner is served with our sommelier’s selection of fine wine. As the journey home continues, sit back, savour the scenery and reflect on this magical day.


  • Round-trip travel aboard the Belmond British Pullman luxury train
  • Welcome sparkling Bellini
  • Delicious three-course brunch on the outward journey
  • Morning tea and coffee
  • Visit to Longleat, including guided coach transfers and admission to Longleat House and the Safari Park
  • Champagne reception back on board
  • Sumptuous four-course dinner
  • Half a bottle of wine per person
  • Coffee, tea and petits fours




Longleat is famous for many things, but foremost are two historic “firsts”. Its Elizabethan house was the first stately home to open to the public in 1949; and in 1966 it launched the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa. 

Both still thrive today in the lush, 900-acre parkland landscaped by Capability Brown. Home to the Thynne family since 1568, Longleat’s most famous resident is the eccentric 7th Marquess of Bath. The second most famous is Nico, the silverback gorilla who inhabits the island on the lake.

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