RAIL GOOD STAY: Sleep In A Railway Carriage In The English Countryside

Love trains? Love the lush, green countryside of England? Love being a little bit different on your travels? Excellent news! You can now stay in a beautifully converted train carriage on your next Great British getaway.

Love trains? Love the lush, green countryside of England? Love being a little bit different on your travels? Excellent news! You can now stay in a beautifully converted train carriage on your next Great British getaway.

Make tracks to Eye in Suffolk and channel your inner rail buff, while sleeping in this sassy sleeper.

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Slept on trains before and been slightly scarred from the experience? Have no fear! This stay will 100% be much more classy than that time you nearly froze to death in the air-conditioned carriage from Bangkok to Chaing Mai.

 

The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway

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Credit: Last Minute Cottages

The lodgings of the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway are set in an old ‘abandoned’ Edwardian train carriage.

The railway stay is painted perfectly pink and is totally instagrammable.

Located on a sight called Brockford Sidings, there are five resorted carragies and also a rainway building, aviable as unique accommodation.

The dreamy pink wonderland of ‘Railway Carriage Two’ (what an exotic name, by the way!) is the largest carriage on offer, sleeping up to six people; offering a double room, a room with bunks and a pull out sofa bed in the lounge.

Train

Credit: Last Minute Cottages

It would be a great option for a group of friends wishing to get a little blotto in the countryside, don’t you think?!

During your stay, you’ll be able to admire the peaceful views, hang out in the hot tub, pool and saunda and chill on the retro recliner sofas while watching a movie.

The ultimate Netflix ‘n’ chill!

Train

Credit: Last Minute Cottages

If you still want more trains in your life, you can even visit the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum, not too far away and admire the working steam train.

Prices start at £280 per night, so get your pals together, run away to England and escape to the country!

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