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Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Your Journey

Be swept away by the vintage carriages of Belmond British Pullman for a day at the garden of Sissinghurst.

Art-deco flourishes, intricate marquetry and lavish fabrics adorn the carriages of this iconic train. Raise a toast to a bygone era with a welcome Bellini cocktail as the train departs. On your outward journey, liveried stewards serve a delicious three-course brunch as you take in views of the Kent countryside. Upon arrival, your coach awaits to take you to Sissinghurst Castle Garden. Discover horticultural delights in this peaceful six-acre estate. After your visit, return to the train and celebrate the day’s adventures with a champagne reception. A gastronomic treat awaits as our stewards serve a sumptuous four-course dinner accompanied by wine. Take time to admire the ornate carriages and marvel at their unique history as the train makes its way back to London.


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

Admission to Sissinghurst Castle Garden including coach transfers

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

Sissinghurst Castle Garden


Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Perhaps not the most glamorous of pasts, Sissinghurst began life as a Saxon pig farm nestled in the picturesque Weald of Kent. After a brief spell as a prison for French sailors, and then a profitable farm estate, Sissinghurst finally met its most prestigious inhabitants in 1930. Vita Sackville-West and Harrold Nicholson were a notorious couple in literary circles of the time, not least because of their liberal lifestyle. They set to work turning the estate into a more suitable abode for an aristocratic pair, and Vita’s passion for horticulture and design lives on in the beautiful gardens still present today.

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