Railholiday News Blog
On this page you will find snippets of what we are doing here at Railholiday. The intention is to update it weekly but at times it may be "dreckly"!
For more on what we are doing you could also take a look at our social media feeds.
The Old Luggage Van is undergoing some major works on the far end and the path side ahead of a very busy season. Jan 22
Railholiday feature in a new BBC feature on quirky places to stay. You can see it here.
Great News! Railholiday have won the self-catering section of the iPaper Travel Awards 2021. You can watch the awards by clicking here.
If you haven't yet seen Railholiday in Tim Dunn's excellent series The Architecture the Railways Built on TV you can now watch it online. Tim says: "As you might know, I’m also the Travel Editor for Trainline (the UK’s largest train ticket retailer)… so I’ve written this dedicated page about the episode on our Trainline site."
Harvey is treated to a new set of curtains made by Dave and Kaf. April 2021
Royal Coach - Paint stripping is progressing well in the London Lounge of the Royal Coach. Repairs to the structure under the windows are underway. Many of the Anaglypta ceiling panels are missing and so GRP moulds have been taken from the best remaining ones to reproduce them. 20th February 2021
Harvey features on the BBC's Escape to the Country this week (1st week of February 2021).
Railholiday feature on Tim Dunn's The Architecture the Railways Built on Yesterday at 8:00pm on Tuesday 26th January
December 2020. Work starts in earnest on the Royal Coach.The life expired canvas roof covering was removed and the non-original hardboard false ceiling taken down.
Repairs and repainting trackside of the TPO - November 2020
Preparatory work begins for the royal coach project