A brand new sleeper coach service complete with fold-down beds is being launched by Stagecoach this summer for journeys between London and Scotland.
Travellers between London and 11 Scottish cities, including Glasgow and Edinburgh, will be able to sleep their journey away in relative comfort for as little as £15, says Stagecoach.
The news will be welcomed by the thousands of passengers every year who take the 500 mile coach trip, which can take up to nine hours.
The company has invested £5m in its specially designed vehicles, which allow passengers to unfold their seats into full-length bunk beds.
Each double decker Megabus will have 42 fold-down beds.
Sir Brian Souter, (pictured), Stagecoach group chief executive, told the Daily Mail,: 'It used to be just pop stars that had beds on board their tour busses. Now everyone can benefit from a comfortable, great-value overnight journey. You can go to sleep in one city and wake up in another ready to start the day without having to pay extra for an expensive hotel room.'
Services will run from London to Aberdeen, Aviemore, Cumbernauld, Dundee, Dunfermline Edinburgh, Falkirk, Fife, Glasgow, Inverness and Perth.