Jump on a Private Pullman Train to the 2012 Cheltenham Festival with Train Chartering

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Train Chartering announces private First Class charter trains with Pullman dining to the 2012 Cheltenham Festival. Travelling between London Euston and Cheltenham Spa on Tuesday 13th, Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th March 2012, these trains and the included benefits are the stylish way to enjoy the ‘shining jewel in Jump racing's crown’.

First class Pullman dining

Pullman dining on the First Class charter train

Transportation problems to and from special events can spoil the day; these First Class charter trains to the Cheltenham Festival are therefore always popular, with the included benefits.

Train Chartering announces its offer for private First Class charter trains with Pullman dining to the 2012 Cheltenham Festival. Travelling between London Euston and Cheltenham Spa on Tuesday 13th, Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th March 2012, these trains and the included benefits are the stylish way to enjoy the ‘shining jewel in Jump racing's crown’.

Guests of Train Chartering or of our clients will be met on the concourse of London’s Euston Station and at Cheltenham Spa and escorted to their reserved seats in the waiting private train.

The dining on these First Class trains is in the Pullman tradition, which has now largely disappeared from other train services. Chefs prepare the food from fresh ingredients in onboard kitchens, and uniformed stewards serve it to passengers’ tables. There is an extensive bar and wine list to accompany the meal and the journey.

Passengers can take advantage of included coach transfers between Cheltenham Spa and the racecourse, in both directions, which minimises anxiety about travel arrangements.

Train Chartering can arrange a limited number of private carriages, subject to availability on booking, for those clients seeking the ultimate privacy or specialised dining or entertainment options.

Private Charter Trains to the Cheltenham Festival

Operating on Tuesday 13th, Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th March 2012

  •     Private First Class charter train travel with Pullman dining and reserved seats/tables
  •     Welcoming glass of Champagne or Bucks Fizz
  •     The Great British Breakfast served at your seat
  •     Complimentary Racecard & Newspaper
  •     Coach transfers station / racecourse
  •     Club Enclosure badge (worth up to £80)
  •     Private Marquee containing full betting facilities & pay bar etc.
  •     Guest Speakers to ‘mark your card’
  •     Souvenir Badge
  •     Four-course Dinner served during return journey

Prices:

Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th £299 per person, Friday 16th £309 per person

Simon Pielow of Train Chartering says, ‘Transportation problems to and from special events like the Cheltenham Festival can spoil the day; these First Class charter trains are therefore always popular, with included transfers, Pullman dining, Club Enclosure badge and other benefits.”

Train Chartering has many years’ experience in the project and guest management of special charter trains and group rail travel at all levels and of every size.

About Train Chartering

Train Chartering hires out trains and carriages for many purposes, from association travel, film locations, to corporate hospitality, incentive travel, VIP travel and train journeys in the UK, Europe, USA and worldwide. Operating for over 13 years, we work with very small groups (such as luxury train travel) as well as transporting over 1000 in a day to large events such as conferences.

Notes
1.    Photos of the train, with interior shots, here.
2.    Details of the 2012 Cheltenham Festival are here.
3.    Train Chartering’s other products include:
a.    The Luxury Train Club – the concierge service for luxury train travel;
b.    Open Access Rail – travel agents book and pay for luxury, tourist and special trains;
c.    Train Hire – the low cost charter train and large group travel option;
d.    Private Rail Cars – the ultimate in luxurious travel, in privacy and security.

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