Belmond Grand Hibernian : Inclusions / Onboard

Inclusions

  • All table d'hôte meals
  • Complimentary beverages
  • All excursions stated in the itinerary
  • All accommodation

Life On-Board

Cabins

Rich with an authentic Irish atmosphere, the train's beautiful cabins mix modern luxury with traditional design to sumptuous effect.

The train offers 16 twin and four double cabins for truly indulgent train ride vacations. All cabins are en-suite, with additional features including a wardrobe, writing desk and chair. Large windows let you admire the verdant landscape as it unfolds.

Befitting one of the most luxurious overnight trains in Europe, the cabins are fresh, light and contemporary yet steeped in heritage. Each carriage is named after an Irish county with cabins decorated to match their county's traditional tartan.

Kerry boasts sophisticated shades of purple while Down features vibrant splashes of orange. Bold reds set the tone of Leitrim and cool blues welcome travellers in Waterford.

All double cabins can interconnect with twin cabins, making them an ideal option for families travelling together.

The train also offers a cabin suitable for guests with limited mobility, specifically designed to allow wheelchair access into the cabin and en-suite bathroom.

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Observation Car

The Observation Car brims with the warm atmosphere and elegance of a Dublin saloon. It is the perfect place to mingle with fellow travellers, listen to live musicians and animated storytellers or participate in craft sessions.

Take a seat, with a glass of fine Irish whiskey or a pint of local stout, and watch the enchanting scenery from the many large windows.

Dining

With cuisine rivalling the best restaurants in Dublin, dining aboard the Belmond Grand Hibernian is a true taste sensation.

An experience not to be missed for the seasoned foodie, vacations aboard showcase exceptional and authentically Irish fare.

From wonderful artisan cheeses and superb smoked fish to the freshest seasonal vegetables, the onboard menus feature the finest ingredients from the regions the train travels through.

The chef and his team serve breakfasts, lunches and dinners in two air-conditioned dining carriages named after Irish counties.

Sligo: Sligo is an elegant restaurant car arranged in tables of four, with sleek silver accents and chrome finishes. It is softened by Waterford crystal vases, relaxed greys and warm woods to give a contemporary Georgian feel.

Wexford: Wexford is a light-filled space, enhanced with Irish tweeds and celtic motifs.Seating guests at tables of six, it's the perfect place to trade stories with your fellow travellers while savouring the cuisine.