Stuck for a unique Valentine gift? Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care can come to your rescue with an idea that really has the wow factor. It’s a fine dining experience on board the iconic Belmond British Pullman Train, sister train to the legendary Orient Express. The event, on Saturday 23rd April, will be a first as the train, with its 1920’s vintage carriages, has never stopped to pick up passengers at a Cornish station before.

This is luxury travel at its very best, with Champagne and canapes once on-board, followed by a silver service four course lunch and wine. After leaving Truro and St Austell railway stations, you can sit back in the opulent surroundings of vintage carriages and enjoy the countryside and the award winning service.

Rose Beattie is the Major Events fundraiser for Cornwall Hospice Care;

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the golden age of travel without having to leave Cornwall to catch the train. The vintage carriages all have stories to tell and you will be looked after like Kings and Queens by the staff, who are known worldwide for their attention to detail. Imagine how popular you will be if you organise a trip like this as a Valentines Gift to say I love you! We have just a few seats left so hurry.”

The journey is raising money for Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care and will help fund specialist care for people with life limiting illness and their families. To find out more, visit https://www.cornwallhospicecare.co.uk/Event/belmond-british-pullman-cornish-lunch-journey or call 01726 66868.