Welcome to Easicampers, Scotland's premier motorhome hire and campervan hire company. Based in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, we have a superb fleet of luxury motorhomes and campers to rent. Book Online for our best prices!
Experience Loch Ness for your motorhome hire holiday
Loch Ness, popular as ever, is a perfect place to visit and spend time in your motorhome. Surrounded by pine tress and eco friendly shores and kayakers, Loch Ness is well known for its cycling trails. If you’re looking for a location in Scotland to take to the trails, look no further than Loch Ness.
Jedburgh to Lauder in a motorhome
Jedburgh, a one hour’s drive from Edinburgh, is located around the Scottish Borders. You’ll find unimaginable scenery there which will make a perfect trail day of exploration! As it’s easily accessible, we recommend you travel to Jedburgh as part of your itinerary and visit the 12th century Augustinian Abbey.
Hire a motorhome and explore the Isle of Skye
Considering the Isle of Skye as a destination in your motorhome? It’s a great choice as the Isle of Skye will leave you with hundreds of possibilities. If you enjoy activities around arts and crafts galleries as well as boat trips – you’ll love it! The Shores of Loch Greshornish offers a superb location to wind down and glisten over the hills and water.
Travel from Glencoe to Fort William in your motorhome
This motorhome road trip is definitely not one to miss! You could climb Britain's highest mountain Ben Nevis or explore the natural wonders of Lochaber. Once you’ve marvelled at some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, you can then explore the surrounding town and find the local pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Find Blair Atholl in your motorhome
The perfect place for a motorhome pit stop, Blair Castle is also an ideal place to set up camp. If you enjoy outdoor pursuits, this is definitely a location you’ll enjoy in Scotland. Outdoor adventure sports are certainly in abundance… you won’t be bored here!
About Scotland: Surf, Climb, Walk or Ski to your heart’s content
Bordered by the deep waters of the North Sea, Scotland has a rich history and the distinction of being host to many historic battlegrounds. Scotland has imposing regal castles as well as six UNESCO world heritage sites making it a truly inspirational place to visit.
For those who seek adventure in the great outdoors, the Scottish landscape is simply a magnet for these types of adventurers. Whether you intend to visit Scotland to walk, cycle, or follow the miles of open coasts, you will never forget the place. Outdoor activities in Scotland are in abundance: Loch Lomond, Cairngorms, and the Trossachs are a must see. And for those you like a challenge, why not scale Ben Nevis.
The best places to travel to in a Scotland motorhome
There is no doubting Scotland is a beautiful country to explore in a motorhome. Hiring a motorhome then jumping the ferry to the West Coast Islands is often the route of choice by our Scottish visitors. You can then create some fantastic memories in a motorhome trip to Arran, Mull and Skye.
You will find an abundance of stunning buildings and historic attractions in Scotland such as Cawdor Castle, Stirling Castle, Eilean Donan and Glamis Castle. Of course there is Edinburgh Castle too. Those who are interested in the Royal Family can pay a visit to their residence in Balmoral.
Scotland is an attraction for Whisky lovers – you will be spoilt for choice for distilleries in Scotland. The most popular Whisky distilleries can be found in the Scottish Highlands specifically Speyside and Islay.
Scotland has several beaches that are quite frankly a Scottish hidden treasure and a must-see! The Scottish beaches can be empty in the Summer, they are literally hidden gems reserved for you to explore.
It is very easy to find a suitable camping site on the edge of Glasgow and Edinburgh. Other Scottish cities like Perth, Stirling, Inverness, Aberdeen and Dundee also have a good choice of camping sites.
Is there a difference between a motorhome and a campervan?
You may often hear people refer to motorhomes as campers or campervans. You may also see the term motorhome split into two parts like ‘motor home’, and likewise ‘camper van’. In our experience, we’ve found the country of origin of the renter usually dictates the terminology they’ll use to describe our camper vehicles. In the USA, you will often hear or read the term ‘RV’ or ‘recreational vehicle’. A lot of camper enthusiasts wishing to hire in Scotland will refer to a ‘campervan’ as specifically being the VW Campervan. We have lots of quality vehicles to choose from for your Scottish adventure. Please browse all of our fleet to choose the most motorhome for your needs.
Popular activities in Scotland
One of the most popular activities in Scotland is golfing. Golfing Fans have an abundance of large resorts to choose. High profile public courses such as The Old Course of St Andrews in Scotland is always a popular choice. If you’d like to take in some of the historical stately homes and beautiful countryside, Drumlanrig Castle, Gardens and Country Park is located between the city of Glasgow and England’s border.
You will be in for a real treat when you experience Scottish food. The local delicacy has a lot more to offer than ‘Haggis’. You must try smoked haddock over a traditional homemade smoker during your motorhome holiday in Scotland.