Touring Scotland in a Motorhome

Based on our 30 years of touring experience, we are convinced Scotland has something really special to offer when it comes to motorhome holidays.

With all our travels in Europe, Scotland is by far one of the best countries to see from the road. Breathtaking scenery, combined with the genuine warmth from the locals, makes for an experience you'll never forget. So if you're thinking of a motorhome holiday, think Scotland. We promise you won't be disappointed. 

To us, holidays are about two things: relaxation and enjoying the time and freedom to explore. This is why our motorhomes are designed for you to get the most from your time in them. 

As an example, pre-installed Tom Tom's come programmed with the essential information you'll need while travelling. This takes the stress out of chores and makes them as easy as possible getting you back on the road quickly. Also included in our motorhomes comes copies of our best travel routes, meaning you'll never be wondering where to go or what to do next. 

We hope all the little touches we add help to create a truly unique holiday, making it easier to travel through glens, around lochs and across Scotland in comfort.

We have years of knowledge and have developed an expertise when it comes to driving around Scotland, and we are eager to share this with you. If you need help planning a route, knowing whether something is worth driving to, or want some top tips for getting the most from your travels, give us a call.

We can provide one of our three specified routes across Scotland. All of the routes are motorhome friendly and are for the east, west and the far north of the country. 


Routes to see the best of Scotland


After all, the next step after you hire a campervan is figuring out where your road trip will take you. We are proud to have developed and supplied many happy customers with the best touring routes to take around Scotland.

Our most popular routes can take you through the Highlands at the northern tip of the country or to the east and west coasts, stopping off at all the best places along the way. With our routes full of stunning views, optional wild camping and fun activities, we hope they meet every need and live up to every expectation you have for touring Scotland. One of our specialities is wild camping, so while travelling in one of our motorhomes, you will never have to pay extra for caravan sites.

North-East Coast Route

This route begins in Perth, where we are located, and takes you along the eastern-coast and up to the northern tip of the country. 

Along the way, you can stop off and see:

  • The medieval Glamis Castle
  • Scone Palace
  • Captain Scott's ship The Discovery 
  • Dunnottar Castle
  • Wild seals at Buckpool
  • The Culloden Battlefield and Museum
  • The Orkney Isles
  • Loch Assynt


Western Coast Route

Our tour of the western coast of Scotland is adaptable to meet your needs and can be cut short at any time, meaning it can be between 7 and 14 days long.

Just some of the places you'll visit include:

  • Applecross
  • Ullapool
  • Summer Isles
  • Gairloch
  • Isle of Skye
  • Fort William
  • Glencoe
  • Loch Fyne
  • Stirling
  • Cairngorms National Park


Outer Hebrides Route

This 10–14-day route takes to the idyllic chain of islands just 30 miles off the north-west coast of Scotland. The Outer Hebrides and the Western Isles are a series of islands consisting of the Isles of Lewis, Harris, Scalpay, Beneray, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay, Barra and Vatersay.
 
There is no shortage of amazing places to visit, things to see and activities to do on this route, just some of the highlights include:

  • Landmark Forest Park
  • The Highland Folk Museum
  • Strathspey Steam Railway
  • The Whalebone Arch
  • Callanish Stones
  • The Iron Age Village
  • Abhainn Dearg Distillery
  • Glenfinnan Monument
  • Neptune's Staircase

For more information on the routes we have developed, please take a look around our website or give us a call. The best part of touring Scotland in a motorhome is the freedom, so with any of our routes, you can add, remove or adjust as needed. 

You can see what you want to see, go where you want to go and do what you want to do. Most importantly, you should relax and enjoy what Scotland has to offer because it truly is unique and offers things nowhere else in the world can.