To rent a camper/motor home from Easicampers in Edinburgh, you can follow these steps:
- Visit the Easicampers website and select Edinburgh as your pickup location.
- Enter your rental dates and choose the type of camper/motor home you want to rent.
- Review the rental rates and additional fees, such as insurance and mileage.
- Provide your personal information and payment details.
- Confirm your booking and wait for the confirmation email from Easicampers.
You can also contact Easicampers directly by phone or email to inquire about availability, rates, and any questions you may have about the rental process.
It’s important to note that renting a camper/motor home requires a valid driver’s license and a security deposit, which is typically refunded at the end of the rental period if there is no damage or additional charges. Make sure to read and understand the rental terms and conditions before booking to avoid any surprises or additional charges.
One of the most popular things to do while on holiday is the north coast 500.
North Coast 500 is a popular road trip route that takes you around the northern coastline of Scotland, covering over 500 miles of scenic landscapes, historic castles, and charming villages. If you plan to complete the North Coast 500 in a week starting from Edinburgh in a motorhome, here are some tips and suggestions to help you make the most of your trip.
Day 1: Edinburgh to Inverness
Your North Coast 500 journey begins in Edinburgh, where you can pick up your motorhome rental from Easicampers. Once you have your vehicle, hit the road and head north towards Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands. The journey takes around three and a half hours, but you may want to make a few stops along the way, such as the quaint village of Pitlochry or the picturesque town of Dunkeld. Once you arrive in Inverness, you can park your motorhome at a campsite or motorhome park and explore the city, which has plenty of attractions, such as the Inverness Castle, St. Andrew’s Cathedral, and the River Ness.
Day 2: Inverness to Ullapool
On day two, you will start your journey on the North Coast 500 route. Leave Inverness and head west towards the coastal town of Ullapool, which is known for its seafood and traditional music scene. Along the way, you can make a stop at the Rogie Falls, a scenic waterfall on the Black Water River, or the Corrieshalloch Gorge, a deep canyon with a suspension bridge that offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Once you arrive in Ullapool, you can park your motorhome at a campsite or motorhome park and explore the town, which has a lively harbor, arts center, and a museum.
Day 3: Ullapool to Durness
On day three, you will continue your journey on the North Coast 500 route, heading north towards Durness. This leg of the journey is one of the most scenic, with breath taking views of the rugged coastline, rocky cliffs, and sandy beaches. You may want to make a stop at the Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve, which has some of the oldest rock formations in the world, or the Smoo Cave, a sea cave with a waterfall that leads to an underground pool. Once you arrive in Durness, you can park your motorhome at a campsite or motorhome park and explore the village, which has a few shops, restaurants, and a museum.
Day 4: Durness to John O’Groats
On day four, you will head east towards John O’Groats, the northernmost point of mainland Scotland. This leg of the journey takes you through some of the most remote and wild landscapes of the North Coast 500, with opportunities to spot wildlife such as eagles, otters, and seals. You may want to make a stop at the Castle of Mey, a former residence of the Queen Mother, or the Dunnet Head, the most northerly point of mainland Britain. Once you arrive in John O’Groats, you can park your motorhome at a campsite or motorhome park and explore the village, which has a few shops, cafes, and a ferry terminal to the Orkney Islands.
Day 5: John O’Groats to Wick
On day five, you will head south towards the town of Wick, which is known for its fishing heritage and historic architecture. Along the way, you can make a stop at the Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, a ruined castle perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, or the Whaligoe Steps, a steep stairway
this allows for two days for you to visit or stay a little bit longer at some point on your journey to book your camper/motor home please visit https://easicampervanhire.com/campervan-hire-edinburgh-airport/ and contact our depot on 0131 3226597