Many of us travel by motorhome for the freedom it provides, being able to go anywhere at anytime. And what demonstrates that kind of freedom better than being able to sleep wherever you want with free camping and parking for campervans! Free overnight motorhome parking in the UK can be tough to find, which is why we’re helping with some of the top places for free campervan parking in the UK, but showing how you can find them too!
If you’re from the UK, you have certainly heard of the North Coast 500 by now. Known alternatively as the Scottish Route 66, this heavenly drive has quickly become the face of Scottish road trips. But for those of you unfamiliar with the famed NC500 route, or simply looking for a more exact description, we are here to help! We’re going to run you through the entire North Coast 500 road trip, from start to finish. This will naturally include your North Coast 500 motorhome accommodation as well as things to do on the way. So before you pack your bags and organise your campervan hire in Scotland and let's find out your NC 500 route and itinerary.
The South West Coastal is an amazing road trip in Scotland that is only starting to be widely recognised, as till now everyone had considered the North Coast 500 to be the ultimate Scotland road trip, the Scottish route 66! Read up on why you should go for this road trip route instead, taking in the beautiful region of Dumfries and Galloway. Check out our Scotland road trip planner, and then get the engines running and partake in this trip yourself.
If Scotland is not on your bucket list for a campervan road trip, it should be added immediately. Scotland's immense beauty renders it the ideal location for your next holiday, and the perfect place to go camping. Imagine watching the sun rise and set across those vast mountains and forests, watching the reflection of it across the loch. Using our site, finding a motorhome to rent in Scotland will take mere minutes, and then you’ll just be planning where to go! We’ve decided to make that easier for you as well, by providing our pick of the best sites in Scotland for you to stay with your motorhome. Read on for our top 7!
Ah Scotland! When you think of this glorious country, your mind surely goes to haggis, kilts and perhaps… lochs? Scotland is renowned for its lochs, covering the rugged landscape. Some of these lochs are more well known than others, which is why we have put together our list of the top 7 lochs around Scotland. Look for your favourite, and then find a motorhome to start this incredible road trip of the best lochs of Scotland!
On the Isle of Mull, campsites span the length and breadth of the island, leaving you plenty of time to explore all its nooks and crannies whilst knowing there’s somewhere to head back to in the evenings. To help you know where best to stay, we have included our top five Mull campsites for motorhomes, plus some crucial info about pitching up elsewhere along your journey around the island.
With sites and activities for all ages, Scotland should definitely be your next vacation destination. And if you really want to make the most of your visit, rent out a campervan and drive across the country! If you’re not sure where to go, then you’re in luck: here is your Edinburgh to Inverness road trip itinerary.
There is so much to visit within the UK, and no better way to do this than a road trip from London to Edinburgh, two of the biggest cities of the UK! It can be daunting, with so many options for along the way, so simply follow this road trip itinerary and follow our suggestions for a fantastic motorhome trip.
Scotland is filled to the brim with dramatic landscapes, historical sites, rich culture and more. The best way to experience as much of this as possible is through a road trip around Scotland. This allows you to be in charge of your own journey, take in as much as possible and see everything first hand. In this blog, you’ll learn about the most important rules and tips for driving in Scotland, as well as the 5 best road trips to take!
Tucked away up in the Highlands, it is the beauty of the area that compels over 25,000 tourists to visit Oban every year. Oban means ‘the little bay’ in Scottish Gaelic, which is a very appropriate name for this little town nestled within the Firth of Lorn. As one of the largest settlements in the area Oban is a great stop off for people touring the Highlands.
St Andrew’s Day is coming, what to do? How to celebrate this joyous day without blowing a budget or becoming trapped in crowds? This is an important day for any Scot, or Scot appreciator, and should therefore be celebrated in style. This doesn’t require large spendings or huge parties, as there are numerous festivals and pre organised ways to come together with fellow celebrators and enjoy the day dedicated to Scotland's patron saint.
The Snow Roads Scenic Route is a 90-mile journey through the Cairngorms National Park where you can witness Scotland in all its elemental glory. Travelling along the highest public road in Britain you will be treated to picture-postcard views and the opportunity to spot some of Scotland’s wildlife, such as osprey, eagles and mountain hare. We’ve outlined a great route that will give you a taste of what this wonderful part of the world has to offer