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Glenapp Castle Hotel

There are 1400 miles of railway track throughout Scotland. There are a variety of services to both city and regional stations from most areas of the UK.

The East Coast service, currently operated by National Express East Coast, operates from London's Kings Cross via Peterborough, Doncaster, York, Newcastle and onto Edinburgh.

Regular connections from Edinburgh are widely available to Glasgow, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness. From there, services operate to Wick, Thurso and the Kyle of Lochalsh near Skye.

Glasgow opens the door to the West Coast covering Oban, Fort William and Mallaig at the southern access to Skye. If travelling to or from Ireland, Glasgow can also be reached from Stranraer harbour.



Approximate Journey Times.

London Kings Cross to Edinburgh – 4 hours.
London Euston to Glasgow – 5 hours.
Edinburgh to Aberdeen – 2.5 hours.
Aberdeen to Inverness – 2 hours.
Inverness to Wick and Thurso – 4.5 hours.

Sleeper Services

ScotRail operates InterCity sleeper services, e.g. The Caledonian Sleeper, from London to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William every night from Sunday to Friday, offering air-conditioned cabins for one or two passengers.

For a detailed map of all ScotRail services, please see the link below.

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