Motorhome hire/Campervan hire

Hire a motor home or campervan from our Easicampers depot Wigan and tour some of the fantastic islands in Scotland.
Choosing where to travel to in Scotland can be the toughest decision you’ll make during a Campervan or Motorhome holiday. Will you head north, south, east or west; to mountains and glens or the islands or the coast? Will you be inspired to journey somewhere thanks to local produce, history, heritage or a whisky distillery? To help with your choices you could take a look at the 2015 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards, which are based on users’ rankings, and where, once again, Scotland has been voted in the winners’ lists.

Four great Scottish islands
What are the best Scottish Islands in a Motorhome? Four Scottish islands are in the UK top 10, while six beaches are ranked in the top 25. Edinburgh is voted as the second-best UK destination, and Glasgow was voted into 10th place.

Isle of Arran
Voted as the fourth best island in the UK and the Channel Islands, the Isle of Arran is known as “Scotland in miniature” and boasts both lowlands and Highlands’s landscapes in one perfectly created isle. There are hills, mountains, beaches, waterfalls, gardens, food & drink, history and culture to sample on Arran. You can climb epic ridges, stroll easy going trails, mountain bike, road cycleand spot sealsand potter at the beach or visit castles or tea rooms
In addition, the ferry company, Calmac, that takes you from mainland Scotland at Ardrossan to Brodick, the island port, has affordable prices.

Isle of Skye
In fifth place is Skye, with its stunning high-rise landscapes, including the famous Cuillin, beaches and amazing wildlife, such as red deer, otters, pine martens and golden eagles this special place is also home to a fascinating history, which can be discovered at many castles and museums Skye is easily reached by a bridge from the mainland.

Mainland, Orkney
Next in the top islands list is Orkney‘s largest island called Mainland. The northern islands of Orkney are ideal for history enthusiasts with all sorts to discover, such as the standing stones of the Ring of Brodgar, the Neolithic village of Skara Brae and St Magnus Cathedral. The landscape is also like no other in the UK so expect to be wowed by this island.

If you wish to book a campervan or motorhome please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Easicampers wigan on 01942 77 88 99