Motorhome Holiday – Travelling from afar

Motorhome Holiday – Travelling from afar

by Scottish Tourer May 03, 2019

What to pack/ How to prepare

Knowing what to pack Is key to a motorhome holiday. Although they are spacious you do not want your holiday to be cluttered and have nowhere to store your belongings.  We can help you plan ahead if you need such things as bikes, hairdryers, golf clubs, bedding packs, car seats, airport transfers and a route to travel on. We encourage all customers to book these in advance as they are subject to availability especially during peak times. 

Bike hire at Scottish tourer motrohme hire

Make a list, what do you really need for your motorhome holiday. We would suggest you pack as lightly as you can to make the whole process less stressful and  time consuming. This in turn means you spend more time enjoying your holiday than unpacking.  If you have any bulky items you require to bring such as wheelchairs, a buggy or sporting equipment please don’t hesitate to get in touch to ensure there is somewhere to store this as all of our motorhomes have different layouts and garages.

Garage space in the Islay at scottish tourer motorhome hire

 Plan Ahead for your motorhome holiday 

Why plan ahead? 
Planning may seem boring at the time but if you ensure you have packed lightly, panned your route and hired everything you need you can take away many of the stresses that a holiday can entail. 

  • What motorhome? Please visit our website https://www.scottishtourer.co.uk/motorhome to view our full range of motorhomes to hire. We have many different models to suit your requirements. Choose from the Harris, Skye, Arran, Jura, Islay or our Bessacarr as shown below. 
  • Travelling to us – we provide pick ups from local train stations or airports as an extra service.  This takes away some of the stress and time spent waiting  to ensure you have a special trip with us.  We can be waiting at the airport or train station to collect your party. 
  • Route planning – we have vast experience of motorhoming ourselves and are happy to share our experiences. We have several routes which may of our customers enjoy pre printed for you to follow. If you have a specific route or area you would like to visit we are always happy to help.
  • The motorhome itself, we give you a full guided tour and explanation of all the workings of our motorhomes before you set off.  If you have any questions at this time we are happy to go over these with you. When you are away on your holiday we are on the end of the phone if you require any assistance. We do also provide an information folder for your use. 
  • Your holiday in your hands. One of the main luxuries of a motorhome holiday is the flexibility it provides you with. You are free to travel around with no restrictions to one set place like a hotel. Choose to stay in one place or pick a different spot every night. 

A Few Top Tips 

Try not to over pack once you have planned your trip you are able to plan what you require. Think about what clothing, equipment you need to bring and what you can hire or buy on the go. The fridges in the motorhomes cannot be overfilled so we do recommend you buy little and often. 
 
Let us know your requirements in advance. If you need transfers or to book bikes, bedding ect we can give you a full pricelist and have this ready for you. Taking away much of the bulky packing and unpacking for you. 

Choosing the right motorhome for your holiday can improve your experience. We have a several models which all have different layouts, garage sizes, berth, length and width. Whether you are an experienced motorhomer or this is your first time, let us help you pick the right motorhome for you and your party. We are happy to take queries over the phone or via email. We are a family run business so you can be assured you will have the best customer service and that added personal touch which is often missing these days. 


Wild camping with Scottish tourer Motorhome hire


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