A regular sight at its home of London Victoria train station, Orient-Express’ British Pullman train will be leaving the hustle and bustle of the ‘big smoke’ for the fresh sea air and sweeping English Riviera coastline, where it will welcome guests at Plymouth and Exeter stations to experience the atmosphere of the era of the Golden Age of Travel.
The stunning vintage 1920s and 1930s carriages of the British Pullman, sister train to the legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, are a haven of crisp white table cloths, glistening crystal filled with fine wines and Champagnes, gleaming brass fittings, beautifully crafted Art Deco marquetry and liveried stewards. Once seated in their plush armchairs, guests can sit back and enjoy a delicious five course cuisine and leave the busyness of everyday life behind.
Travel through South Devon and along the beautiful English Riviera coastline on the world-famous Orient Express on Saturday 27th April. The Golden Age of Travel Dinner leaves from Exeter on a round-trip which journeys south to Starcross, along the coast through Paignton, and eventually onto the private Dartmouth steam railway line with picturesque views across the estuary to Dartmouth.
Price is £310 per person to include a five course meal with half a bottle of wine per person.
Time: 18.30 – 22.15
Date: Saturday, 27th April 2013
For further details and reservations please visit: www.orient-express.com/