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Your Journey

Step aboard the luxury Belmond British Pullman train for a regal excursion to Sandringham, the country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen.

Take your seat at a table fit for royalty, with starched white linen, glittering glassware and bespoke china. Admire the magnificent art deco features of your carriage as a delicious brunch is served. Smartly uniformed stewards are on hand to tend to your every need. Soon you arrive in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, where you board coaches for a short journey to the royal estate. Stroll through the house, formal gardens and the museum, admire its collections of vintage vehicles and exotic curiosities. Then return to the train for a sparkling champagne reception followed by a four-course feast, accompanied by fine wine. Sit back and reflect on your day, enjoy the scenery and chat with fellow guests. Or stroll through the carriages to discover further glamorous design touches from the 1920s and ‘30s. An excursion aboard the Belmond British Pullman makes the journey as magical as the destination.


Round-trip travel aboard the Belmond British Pullman luxury train

Fine-dining silver service

Welcome sparkling Bellini

Delicious three-course brunch on the outward journey

Morning tea and coffee

Visit to Sandringham House, including coach transfers, admission and free time to explore

Champagne reception back on board

Sumptuous four-course dinner: British seasonal table d’hôte menu, including Great British cheeseboard, biscuits and chutneys

Half a bottle of wine per person

Coffee, tea and petits fours

Sandringham House


Sandringham House

Sandringham House, a Grade II-listed manor, is set on 20,000 acres. Built in 1870 by the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra), it has been passed down through the generations to the present Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.

Many of the rooms used by the Royal Family are open to the public, their Edwardian interiors and furnishings unchanged. The estate includes 60 acres of beautiful gardens, a medieval church and intriguing museum.

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