Camper Van Hire in Scotland | Motorhomes and RVs
Where Can I Get the Best CamperVan Hire Scotland ?
When you are looking for campervan hire Scotland the benefit is that there are so many different and interesting locations to visit in your holiday campervan, whether it is travelling to the Scottish Highlands and the Islands or whether it is starting from the more populated Central Belt, or the Borders.
You have several location options for campervan hire Scotland, but the busiest rental depots are in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness.
Motorhome Rental Glasgow
Depending on which motorhome option you choose in Glasgow, you can pick up the vehicle at Arnold Clark, 16-30 Murray Street, Glasgow or you may be transferred to a campervan location in Bankfoot, near Perth, so please ensure that you read the small print before booking.
Where Can I Visit with my CamperVan Hire Scotland?
Glasgow, although not the Scottish capital, that’s Edinburgh, it is the largest and liveliest city in Scotland. You should take time to visit the numerous museums around Glasgow, including the Scottish Football Museum, the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art (make sure you take a photograph of the Duke of Wellington with a traffic cone on his head), the Burrell Collection, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and many more.
Glasgow is located to the West of the Central Belt, and has a population of just over ½ million people. Glaswegians speak a mixture of English, Scots and Scottish Gaelic, although this has reduced over the years.
Once you have been arranged to hire a CamperVan Hire in Scotland your holiday awaits you! From Glasgow you have several scenic routes you can take in your luxury Motorhome.
If you head East along the M8 Motorway you will arrive in Edinburgh. It is essential to find somewhere to park your motorhome overnight. 2 options we can think of are - Seton Sands Holiday Park about 14 miles from Edinburgh with a bus leaving every 10 mins or so, or Edinburgh Caravan Club Site, 35 37 Marine Drive in Edinburgh
Once settled down it is vital to take in the historical sites, the famous Edinburgh castle, Greyfriars Bobby monument, the Scottish Parliament, and if you visit in August you could take in the many events at the Edinburgh Festival.
From Glasgow you can also head West along the M8 motorway to the Clyde coast taking in the towns of Largs, Troon and Ayr. These are popular seaside resorts, “doon the watter” with ferry crossings to Arran and Rothesay sailing from Ardrossan, or over to Millport from Largs.
Heading North from Glasgow, the next stops in your Motorhome holiday will take you to the Scottish Highlands and Perth, Inverness and Aberdeen.
So when you visit Scotland – you will find the ideal location for a relaxing motorhome holiday.
So Why Book a CamperVan Hire Scotland with Holiday Campervan ?
The best reason for choosing Holiday Campervan for your campervan hire in Scotland is that we compare the market of campervan rental suppliers in Scotland, and find you the best vehicle which will suit your budget or the size of your travelling party.
Just 3 simple steps Search, Select and Book will guarantee that when you book your campervan rental in Scotland you will experience the holiday of a life time – it’s as simple as that!
The Roads and Ferries in Scotland
Scotland has a good motorway, road and ferry network, allowing you to travel with your campervan to all 4 corners of the country.
Book your ferries in advance to ensure that the campervan can be accomodated, especally in the peak summer slots. The Scottish summer generally runs from June through to September. CalMac Ferries operates between the mainland of Scotland and 22 of the major islands on Scotland's west coast. Orkney and Shetland are serviced by ferries from NorthLink Ferries. Please be aware that some inter island ferries may be too small to accomodate your campervan.
Further Information for Campervan Hire in Scotland
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