Motorhome Hire Scotland
If you are thinking about motorhome hire, Scotland is a country with a fantastic mix of stunning landscapes, wildlife and delicious local produce. It has a thriving arts and culture scene and is famous for its history of epic battles and historic castles.
The initial focus for many visitors is the capital city of Edinburgh, a dramatic and engaging city famous for its castle and historic Old Town.
With over 11,000km of coastline, hundreds of islands, majestic mountains and beautiful canals, rivers and lochs, motorhome hire in Scotland’s landscape offers a mix of habitats for you to explore.
We can organise a range of motorhome tours of Scotland based around different interests and activities. Here are a few motorhome package tours of Scotland for you to enjoy.
Edinburgh and the Lothians
Edinburgh and The Lothians are so close, yet they’re both so very different. Scotland’s cosmopolitan capital city borders with miles of lush countryside and the attractive coastline of the Lothians, which offer visitors a captivating blend of rich history, natural beauty and adventure. Enjoy motorhome hire Scotland.
Between the rolling hills and mountains in the west and the cliffs and shores of the east, Aberdeen City and Shire has family activities, plenty of wildlife and a bustling modern Granite City.
Stretching from the north of this region by the Moray Firth all the way around to the east to St Cyrus, there’s a beautiful coastline full of cliffs and beaches. It’s one of the best places to spot wildlife, including seabirds and dolphins.
Don’t miss Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms National Park. They are full of peaks and deep glens and include waterfalls and other natural wonders. Look out for red deer, golden eagles and red squirrels.
Aberdeen is a striking city that dazzles when the sun hits the granite buildings and sandy beach. Whether you’re after a shopping trip, a weekend of art and culture, or just want to explore great attractions, Aberdeen has entertainment in abundance.
Argyll and the Isles
Combining stunning scenery and island paradises, Argyll and The Isles is the ideal area to escape amid awe-inspiring landscapes. The region is home to 23 inhabited islands, each offering tranquil beaches and their own unique island cultures, while the rugged vistas on the mainland are guaranteed to take your breath away. As if that wasn’t enough, all of this is peppered with great attractions, fun events and more than a few world-famous distilleries. Let us help you plan your motorhome hire Scotland.
Ayrshire and Arran
Ayrshire and Arran offers much for visitors including history, castles, parks, fabulous museums, Burns history and heritage and stunning coastlines.
Dumfries and Galloway
The first thing you’ll notice about Dumfries & Galloway is just how beautiful this lowland part of Scotland is. From the rocky and sandy coast looking out for miles across the sea, to the lush green inland forests and hills, it’s simply amazing. And it’s not just us that think so – writers such as Robert Burns, artists and many more have been inspired by these lands. Enjoy motorhome hire Scotland.
Dundee and Angus
Mixing a fascinating history with a fresh, modern look, the city of Dundee has arts and culture in abundance, family-friendly attractions, great shopping, great restaurants and bars.
Motorhome hire Scotland-Glasgow and the Clyde Valley
Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in Scotland’s western Lowlands. It’s famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, a rich legacy of the city’s 18th–20th-century prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding. Today it’s a national cultural hub, home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as acclaimed museums and a thriving music scene.
The Highlands are often portrayed as a romantic part of Scotland. This is not at all strange given the stunning unspoilt nature with rugged mountains, deep blue lochs and empty glens where majestic Red Deer rule the hills and Eagles rule the skies. Due to the ever and fast changing weather the Highlands have a mystical touch. One moment you see the hills, the next they are gone. Sunny spells and dark shadows move over the hills and the white snow capped mountains in winter give the Highlands a sparkling touch. The Highlands, and its castles in particular, are often chosen as a wedding venue due to their romantic nature.
The Kingdom of Fife
Fife has some charming villages and bustling towns, set in beautiful countryside and surrounded by a stunning coastline. You’ll find no two trips to the Kingdom are ever exactly the same.
Voted No 1 outdoor destination, the home of golf and with Scotland’s highest number of national attractions, you’ll never be stuck for something to do in Fife.
Autumn in Scotland is well known for its glorious colours and dramatic sunsets. The landscape is transformed by a breathtaking explosion of colour – brown, gold, yellow and russet red. Enjoy strolls through the oak woodlands and pine forests as a sense of relaxation takes over the landscape.
Ramble up hills, wander ancient woodlands and explore the rugged shoreline. There’s nothing better than enjoying Loch Lomond, a piece of wild Scotland all to yourself with only the wildlife and landscape to enjoy.
Orkney and the Outer Hebrides
They are easily accessible, by either ferry or plane, but once you’re there it feels like you’re in a whole other world. Think long stretches of white sands, tranquil and pristine waters, and remarkable natural landscapes combined with rich, fascinating histories, abundant marine and bird wildlife, and diverse island cultures.
About Loch Lomond
Lying on the Highland Boundary Fault, the loch is 24.5 miles (39 km) long, it is the largest freshwater loch in Scotland and has more than 30 islands, the largest of which is Inchmurrin. The Loch Lomond and Trossachs area of Scotland was awarded National Park status in July 2002. A popular leisure destination located between the lowlands of central Scotland and the Highlands. In 2005, a poll of Radio Times readers voted Loch Lomond the sixth greatest natural wonder in Britain.
Located at the geographical heart of Scotland, within easy reach of busy cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, Highland Perthshire is at the heart of Perthshire Big Tree Country and boasts some of Europe’s most remarkable woodlands – all easily accessible on dozens of waymarked paths and trails.
Perthshire’s towns and villages of Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld & Birnam, Blair Atholl and Kinloch Rannoch are all within short drives of each other. You can go from the auditorium of one of Scotland’s major theatres to the lower slopes of one of Scotland’s highest mountains in under an hour, taking a journey that passes through some of the Highlands’ most breath taking scenery.