Every spring and summer there is always a large demand for motorhomes for hire in Scotland. Scotland is good place to visit when the weather is looking up as it can get a bit chilly and wet in the winter, but really it is always the season to visit Scotland especially when the small country is perfectly formed in autumn.
Forests of golds and greens, haunted castles, grand lochs, big skies and epic mountain scenery; unforgettable beaches, wonderful wildlife, adrenaline fueled activities, romantic getaways and cool cities too. Autumn is spectacular in Scotland so come and see the sights. So what is it about Scotland?
If you like castles, Scotland has plenty of them: Craigievar Castle looks as though it’s come straight from a fairytale. Fyvie Castle is an another outstanding example of Scottish baronial architecture. Castle Fraser is for many the Scottish citadel par excellence, its turrets commanding the scene as visitors approach down the Broad Walk.
Set amid the stunning scenery of the Cairngorm mountains, 17th century Braemar Castle is appropriately spectacular, with castellated turrets, a star-shaped curtain wall and a bottle-necked dungeon. The magnificent ruin of Huntly Castle is majestically sited where the rivers Bogie and Deveron join, on the outskirts of the pretty market town of Huntly.
Pictured below is the innovative 2012 Swift 696 features twin full width bunks at the rear, and the lower one swings up to the vertical to turn the rear space into a garage store with a large exterior doors at the side so the cycles and toys etc are stored away from the living area. Fixed double size bed over-cab sleeping area and another double bed when the dinette is converted. good sized luxury washroom with shower, electric flush cassette toilet and wash basin.
A spacious fully fitted kitchen including cooking hob with oven and grill, comfortable dinette ,The dinette table and seating extends to allow six people to sit together at meal times and all six can travel in safety and sleep in comfort.
For your safety as well as the front driver and passenger these motorhomes are also fitted with 3-point inertia seat-belts for all four rear travelling passengers, gas fired blown air central heating, fully winterised for all season camping.
This particular vehicle is a ‘no pets’ motorhome, There are plenty of motorhomes for hire in Scotland, so do call and we can make sure you get the right one for your holiday, http://www.scottishtourer.co.uk/contact-us.