Campervan Hire Edinburgh Airport

EDI

Campervan Collection Procedure

On arrival to the airport please telephone 0800 688 9869

The shuttle bus with Easirent and Secure Airparks displayed on the front will collect all customers
from Stance 3.

Campervan Branch Address

c/o Secure Airparks
100 Ingliston Road
Edinburgh
EH28 8AU

Campervan hire for Edinburgh Scotland v England 6 nations

Why not hire a vw campervan from Easirent Preston depot and take a trip to Edinburgh to watch the 6 nations Scotland v England game and take a tour of the beautiful city of Edinburgh.

Why not stay at the motonhall caravan and camping park this is just 15 minutes’ drive from Edinburgh city centre, for those feeling energetic an hours walk. Also the park is conveniently situated on the main bus route into the Edinburgh city centre.
With so much to see and do in and around the Capital City, you’ll be spoilt for choice. While all year round the Castles, Museums and Galleries offer more traditional attractions.
The beautiful Pent land National Park is within sight to the South of the park with its spectacular hill walking routes into Midlothian. To the North are the parks of Blackboard Hill, home to the Royal Observatory and Hermitage of Braid, which has a visitor centre.
Hill end Dry Ski Slope is also just a short journey away. Don’t worry about the snow conditions…Seven days a week, fifty weeks a year, Midlothian Snow sports Centre offers Europe’s longest and most challenging artificial ski slope.

Tickets to the Scotland v England game they are available to purchase from the Murray field stadium or online.

Kellie

An Alternative Scotland Campervan Hire Itinerary

Day 1: We start the Campervan Hire in Edinburgh. Collecting one of our Campervans from our Edinburgh depot then heading west up and over the Forth Road Bridge to Bannockburn and Stirling Castle. Just a short drive away from here is the William Wallace Memorial. Be sure to check out the size of Willy’s Claymore as it gives an indication to how big he was. Then head east through to St Andrews for a round of golf and a walk through the town. Stay overnight in the Perth area for Scone Castle.

Day 2: Head straight up to Inverness via the picturesque town of Pitlochory. When in Inverness try to find the Lochness monster on Lochness or visit the Culloden where the last major battle in the UK took place. You can easily spend a day in the Inverness area.

Day 3: The next day head north to John o’Groats through some of the most amazing barren countryside you will ever see. Stay overnight in John o’Groats area.

Day 4 & 5: That Morning continue west to Ullapool. If you’re travelling in July check out the local Highland Games or alternatively the Loopallu music festival. At Ullapool head through the stunning Ross County to The Isle of Skye. It’s easy to spend a couple of days here. The Isle of Skye is definitely the place to go sea kayaking or hiking. Just make sure you take plenty of insect repellent for those pesky mosquitos.

Day 6: After the Isle of Skye head south to Fort William and Ben Nevis (The UK’s highest mountain) for some serious hill walking before heading to Glen Coe scene of the Brutal massacre of the McDonald Clan.

Day 7: On the last day drop south west through the Trossach country to Rob Roy’s grave and a wee spot of Hairy Cow spotting or alternatively drive down the western shore of Loch Lomand before finishing in Edinburgh.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Edinburgh.

Emily x

Explore Edinburgh and Scotland in our EasiCampervan

Hi there!

Here I have an awesome 7 day Campervan Hire driving itinerary through Scotland!
Pack you kilt and enjoy these highlights including Stirling castle, Edinburgh, William Wallace, Nessie’, Fort William and UK’s highest mountain – Ben Nevis.

Anyone for Haggis?
Day One – Collect your EasiCampervan from our Easirent branch in Edinburgh and head up to the Forth Road Bridge to Bannockburn and Stirling Castle. Just a short drive away from here is the William Wallace Memorial (He was the one who defeated an English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in September 1297). Travel & stay overnight in the Perth area for Scone Castle, which was the crowning place of Scottish kings. Macbeth, Robert the Bruce and Charles II were once crowned there.

Day Two – After breakfast head straight up to Inverness via the picturesque town of Pitlochory. When in Inverness try to find the Lochness monster in Lochness. With Loch Ness only being a short drive away from Inverness you’d be daft not to go ;-)

Day Three – After breakfast try and visit the Culloden, which was where the last major battle in the UK took place. From Inverness head west to the Isle of Skye along Lochness before heading North to the Isle of Skye. Skye is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland and was once voted the fourth best island in the world by National Geographic magazine. There are two ways to get there. The more direct round is from the Kyle of Lochalsh over a bridge via Eilean Donan ‘The most photographed’ Castle in Scotland. The second and more romantic takes a car ferry from Mellaig.

Days Four and Five – After a day or so roaming the Isle of Sky travel to Fort William. The setting is dramatic, on the shore of Loch Linnhe, and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis. If you have time take a trip to the coastal town of Oban which is known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’ and the ‘Seafood Capital of Scotland’.

Day Six and Seven – The final 2 days can be spent getting back to Edinburgh. A Stop at Loch Lomand for a picnic or Arrochar for a drop of Scotland’s favourite tipple- Whiskey would be recommended. Then head South to the Border Region of Dumfries. Which leads us to the final day, heading West through the Scottish Border region stopping of in Moffat, Peebles and Galashiels to Edinburgh.

So there we go!! Get planning your Scotland trip today.

Emily x

Tour around some epic filming locations by Campervan Hire Scotland

With dramatic scenery and a magical atmosphere, it’s not surprising that Scotland has always offered a unique backdrop for the world of cinema and television. When visiting Scotland, both cinema-lovers in particular and curious holiday-makers in general will enjoy a tour around some of the many stunning filming locations that the country hosts. Since it provides transport and accommodation in one, a campervan is the perfect way to seek out all your favourite films sites with flexibility and comfort.

If you are interested in discovering the land of some of the best loved films of all time, hire one of our Easirent campervans from our Edinburgh Branch and take a road trip around this top 5 filming locations:

The Da Vinci Code

Just 30 minutes away from Easirent Edinburgh depot, head in your camper towards the jaw-dropping Rosslyn Chapel, setting of Dan’s Brown novel blockbuster adaptation. With a perfect state of preservation, it may be hard to believe that the building dates back to the 15th century!

Braveheart

Drive your camper to the Highlands and visit the Glen Nevis, where the epic Braveheart as filmed. Get out your Easirent campervan, explore the wild surroundings and feel like Mel Gibson shouting out loud that they’ll never take your freedom!
The Harry Potter series

Follow the Hogwarts Express and drive your Easirent Campervan along the Glenfinnan Viaduct, a few miles away from Glen Nevis. Don’t miss the chance to park up and have lunch on board whilst gazing the impressive views of Loch Shiel.
Prometheus

The Isle of Skye was chosen as one of this Ridley Scott’s sci-fi filming locations. Have you ever dreamed with avoiding the extinction of the human race? Then take all your outdoor equipment from your Easirent campervan and hike through this distant world of steep rocks and glistering waters in Skye!
Outlander

From Inverness to Edinburgh, from Ayrshire to Falkland, this popular TV series is entirely shot in Scotland. Stop by its main settings on your way back to Easirent Edinburgh depot. Although the beautiful Doune Castle, near Stirling, plays a leading role in the show, other stunning locations such as Culross, Linlithgow Palace, Troon or Tulloch Ghru are also worth a visit.

So, don’t wait any longer and book your tour around these and many other filming locations now. If you’d like any information on our Easirent Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Edinburgh.

Emily x

Long Campervan Weekend Break in Edinburgh

Once you’ve collected your Campervan from our Edinburgh Depot on Friday start your campervan break with a visit to Edinburgh Castle, Scotland’s top visitor attraction. From there it’s a short walk to the modern home of the Scottish Parliament and the Palace of Holyrood house, taking in the sights of the historic old town and Royal Mile along the way.

The following morning go to Edinburgh’s beautiful Royal Botanic Garden. It is the perfect location for a leisurely morning stroll. For those feeling more energetic, a walk up Arthur’s Seat will reward you with stunning views of the city, Fife and the Pentlands. Continue on to Princes Street, George Street and Multrees Walk which provide the opportunity for some retail therapy whilst the Grassmarket, Old Town and West End offer a wealth of small, individual boutiques, gift shops and specialist stores along with cafes, restaurants and bars for a light bite or fine dining experience. Edinburgh’s districts of Bruntsfield, Morningside, Southside and Stockbridge also boast a variety of independent shops and eateries.

On Sunday visit the top attractions which can be explored on the outskirts of the city centre. Why not pay a visit to Edinburgh Zoo and say hello to our world famous pandas. Step aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia docked at Leith or step inside Rosslyn Chapel, featured in the blockbuster movie and novel, the Da Vinci Code. Or maybe do both…. If you have a little spare time go on a literary or ghost tours are a popular choice for writing and history enthusiasts.
In the evenings leave your Campervan, grab some local transport and go out into Edinburgh. Edinburgh has more restaurants per head than any UK city outside London and a wide range of trendy clubs and sophisticated bars in which you can enjoy a traditional Scottish tipple or a freshly mixed cocktail. Alternatively you could catch a play at one of the city’s arts venues, dance the night away at a traditional ceilidh or explore the ghostly ruins of Edinburgh’s old town on an evening tour.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Edinburgh.
Emily x
 

Hire a Campervan from Easirent Edinburgh and take a journey of Romantic Legends and Medieval Battles.

The Home of renowned writers such as Walter Scott or Robert Burns, Scotland inspires passion, idealism, nostalgia, excitement, adventure and heroism. Plan a romantic Valentine’s holiday with your family in the Kingdom of Alba a extraordinary destination for a road trip.

When arriving in Edinburgh with children, the easiest way to travel around is in your own home on wheels. Easirent Campervans offer all the comforts and facilities of a hotel room with the benefits of being and feeling at home. Hire the Campervan from our Easirent Edinburgh depot and start your romantic adventure around Scotland.

Edinburgh: Enchanted Castles and winding streets. – The city of Edinburgh is an ideal location for both passionate medieval romances and legends of kings, swords and dragons. Park up your campervan for a few hours and discover its medieval architecture, walls and wynds and courtyards. Couples will be marvelled by Edinburgh’s cultural heritage and children will let their imagination run while walking around its narrow, cobbled streets or climbing up Arthur’s Seat.

Glasgow: Natural spots and attractions to suit all tastes and ages. – Glasgow’s cultural and natural activities will leave no one indifferent. The Riverside Museum and the Science Centre will entertain both adults and children. Either as a couple or family, you will also enjoy a stroll along its numerous parks. Pollok Country Park shelters the world famous Burrell Collection and Glasgow Green is a perfect playground for the youngest in the family. For those looking for driving routes, the 42 miles of the Clyde Valley Tourist Route are filled with uncountable surprises. Wildlife, sailing, cycling, barbeques and paddling are available in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, just one hour away from the city.

Highlands: Chasing Monsters & Ancient Ghosts. – Drive your Easirent Campervan towards the Highlands, where lakes, waterfalls, moors and mountains are witnesses of ever-lasting legends and battles. When putting kids to bed, tell them stories about Nessie, the ghosts of Glencoe or Bonnie Prince Charlie. Loose up in the nature, let the scenery wrap you in and toast to life with a good Scotch.
Scotland makes romantic getaways and family holidays compatible and our campervans make travelling with children more comfortable and amusing.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Edinburgh.

Emily x

Edinburgh Traditional Christmas Market

Hire one of our Campervans from our Edinburgh Depot and stay in the beautiful City of Edinburgh for a festive break away.

Edinburgh’s Christmas starts on the 21st November and ends on the 4th January. Edinburgh’s Christmas offers no shortage of things to see and do this winter. The younger children (and the adults who are child at heart) will love Santa Land, the festive fairground with plenty of fun rides and a Children’s market full of gifts and toys. There is also an Elves’ Workshop hidden in the Christmas Tree Maze. However make sure you leave some time to meet the main man himself at his Grotto!

There is also an outdoor Ice Rink, hire a pair of skates and twirl across the ice with the glittering city as your backdrop. Don’t miss the festive markets in the city centre, a popular highlight of Edinburgh’s Christmas. Enjoy delicious food and drink.
Towards the end of December no Christmas in Edinburgh is complete without Hogmanay! This year’s programme includes the Torchlight Procession through Edinburgh’s Old Town on 30th December, followed by the famous street party, a ceilidh, a concert in Princes Street Gardens and a spectacular fireworks display on 31st December.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Edinburgh.
Emily x