National Trust Scotland in a Motorhome

Just like in England and Wales, there is a National trust for Scotland. Although you can join for a year you can just pay on the day at the relevant attraction. If you are a member of the English National Trust you do get entry into all of the Scottish properties.
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Why not hire a Motorhome in Edinburgh and go and visit a few of these gems that are dotted about the whole of Scotland, whether its Castles and Houses that interest you or you prefer country walks or long beach walks.
If it’s close to Edinburgh you want to stay then here are a few places that may interest you located around the Stirling area which is an hours drive in your Motorhome.

Dollar Glen
An oasis of wildlife around woodland walks, waterfalls and deep gorges in the Ochil Hills (take your wellies with you)

Visit the site where the famous Robert The Bruce won his famous victory and stand at the side of his statue and take a look at the fantastic visitor centre.

The Pineapple
It’s a Pineapple shaped building what more is there to say? Pineapples were first grown in 1731. Take a look at the wildlife as you walk through the parkland.
If you want to venture further into Scotlands deepest highlands here are two more places to visit
Take your Motorhome north of Perth and head to the town of Dunkeld.

Look out for Salmon on the River Tay which runs through the town which has had its 17 and 18th century houses restored by the Trust. Nip in to the shop to pick your souvenirs up before you make your way to your next stop.

The Hermitage
Here you are in deepest Perthshire, make your way through the Douglas Firs which line this woodland walk. See if you spot a totem pole hidden from view. Take a look at Black Linn Falls this is best viewed from the folly which is called Osian’s Hall.
Further north take you motorhome up to your next 2 attractions.

Deep in the Perthshire hills one of the goriest battles in Jacobite history in the 17th century at the Battle of Killiecrankie a redcoat jumped 18ft across the raging River Garry to save himself(please don’t try this)

Linn of Tummel
Take a riverside walk along the River Garry watch out for the fish ladder an invention in 1910 that allowed the Salmon to swim upstream, watch out for red squirrels, otters and other wild animals

If this kind of holiday interest you a nice relaxing trip in one of our motorhomes is ideal.
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