Living in a Motorhome: It’s a Home from Home.

The Roller Team 675

The cabin is full of practical accessories including USB charging point, you’ll find all the features that you would expect including remote control central locking, ABS, driver’s airbag and daytime running lights. The comfortable seating arrangement for the driver offers an ease of driving and an ability to control the vehicle in a safe and comforting manner. There are adjustable arm rests on both sides of the driver and passenger seat giving a relaxing feeling whilst driving.

Ideal for families, this six-berth motorhome offers a comfortable place to relax on holiday. For a greats night’s sleep, the 675 Zefiro includes two double beds and rear bunk beds. The large double dinette offers enough space for family meals when on Holiday. The large double dinette converts into another bed with the ability to drop down the table and extend the sides.

The kitchen is well equipped, including oven, hob, grill, fridge/freezer and plenty of storage space. The is a 3-ring hob, multi functioning oven and grill, and multi functioning fridge/freezer. The fridge freezer offers the options to be operated by gas, electric or the leisure battery whilst the vehicle is running giving the user the ability to keep all the groceries chilled during the use of the motorhome.
The bathroom is particularly roomy and features a separate shower cubicle. This another good family-friendly feature reducing the likelihood of a wet floor.

The bathroom has plenty of storage space for all the essentials and a towel rail on the left. The shower cubicle gives the users the ability to shower wherever and whenever. The toilet has an average capacity of 15 litres giving the freedom to use and remove with ease.
The Motorhomes garage space is another real bonus of the motorhome. The secure storage space accessed from outside the van can easily accommodate bicycles, BBQ’S and anything else the user requires. The lower bottom bunk can be lifted and strapped up giving the user even more integrated space.

The Motorhome comes with a bike rack for 4 bikes giving the user the option to make their trip and leisurely and enjoyable for all the family. It is also fitted with a solar panel on the roof so no need to worry about draining your leisure battery. A great addition to the motorhome is a reversing camera to help you park up. It gives you a wide angled view of the rear of the 7-metre-long vehicle to assist during those more difficult parking and reversing manoeuvres

The Roller Team 675 is one of the most popular motorhomes used by rental companies worldwide. The roller team group offer a huge variety of vehicle but the 675 is outstanding for its features and benefits for the user. This is why us at Easicampers have chosen this vehicle to represent part of our rental fleet for the 6th year running.

If Scotland is your destination Motorhome hire Edinburgh and Camper van hire in Edinburgh are waiting to take your call
To book your Campervan call Easicampers Edinburgh on 0800 688 9869.

Scottish tour

Scotland is endowed with the superb natural asset of many lovely islands. A great number are located off the Scottish west coast and can be easily reached. The Isle of Skye also has a free road bridge. A few of the best islands to choose from for a campervan tour include Arran, Mull, Islay, Lewis, Harris and Skye. If there is one thing about Skye that will leave a lasting impression on you, it’s got to be scenery, Arran, Mull, Islay, Lewis, Harris isle of Skye are all perfect for campervan tour.

Each island offers a unique scenery, charm and atmosphere and it depends on what you enjoy as to the island you might choose to visit on a campervan trip in Scotland.
The Outer Hebrides lay off the North West coast of Scotland. Throughout the islands there’s great beaches and walking trails, if you are looking to get out on the water we would recommend the sea-kayaking

For wildlife and quiet roads, we love Mull; for iconic mountain scenery and bustling villages and towns, you’ll enjoy Skye; and for whisky fans we recommend Islay. If you are visiting mull and fancy a day trip or tour either land based or marine then take a look at these
Arran is known as Scotland in miniature thanks to a landscape of Lowlands and Highlands so it’ a great island for outdoors adventures, while Harris and Lewis, located in the Outer Hebrides, offer you best opportunity to get away from it all on a Scottish campervan holiday.

The isle of Harris and lewis stretch for 100 miles the islands are well known for the oldest rocks in the world dating back three thousand million years these can be seen from some of Scotland’s amazing beaches. Although only a small place isle of Harris has a lot to do and see the sea harris which offers day trips and shorter boat trips around the islands
Isle of Skye has the most superb scenery perfect for those photography enthusiasts on a clear day, if the mist does descend there is still plenty to do in Skye with museums art galleries and cosy pubs. There are also many beaches in Skye the best beach that we know of is camas daraich which has the softest white sand and clear blue sea perfect to take a dip on a sunny day.

A great way to spend time in Scotland is in a campervan and here at Glasgow campervan hire we have 4 Berth vw California campervans to hire. We can also help with all the little extras you require to make your stay comfortable so just ask at the point of booking and for a small fee we will source the extras for you.

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Super League Weekend Motorhome Tour

Being based in the North West our motorhome depot at Manchester Airport is in the heartland of rugby league.
The weekend of the 7th of February(I know its Thursday but were trying to give you more game time) starts over in the city of Hull on the East Coast. After collecting your motorhome from our Manchester Airport depot at 14:00pm, take the M60 motorway to the M62 then travel for 1-2 hour’s until you arrive at the KCom Stadium home of Hull FC Rugby club since 2002.

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Romantic valentine’s trips in Edinburgh

When you think of Valentine’s Day, would you consider a motorhome trip? If your answer was no, well I’m here to change your mind and give you plenty of reasons to enjoy an Easicampers Motorhome in Edinburgh for that romantic time away with the one you love. If your answer was yes, then here are some great ideas for your trip.

So now that you have decided that you want to go on a romantic adventure in a motorhome, you can start to plan your trip.
So when you think of Glamping in your motorhome, what springs to mind? Some people would say muddy shoes and cold beans on toast. I can honestly say that in my experience of going away in a motorhome, I have never had cold beans on toast or muddy shoes for that matter. Whatever your enjoyment is, there are plenty of sites that would suit the muddy shoes type of traveller or the more Glamorous type of traveller. You can plan which site to stay on at this is one of my favourite sites to plan your journey. You can select the type of site, so if you want a pitch with electric points, you can select this & also the distance from where you want to see or go to.

There are some fabulous places to visit in and around Edinburgh, so whether you are an outdoorsy type of traveller or you like the hustle & bustle of the City life, there is plenty to enjoy here. You should plan what you would like to do while in this beautiful City of Edinburgh. So for the love birds, you could enjoy creating a keepsake of your romantic time away together at the ceramic experience, the company has many years of experience in creating the best keepsakes, whether it is a 3D cast or imprint you are looking for, they have it all. You can visit their website for further details & to book on:

If you like having the wind in your hair and enjoy romantic strolls hand in hand, you could take a walk or a romantic sunset stroll up Calton Hill to enjoy the breath-taking views of this lovely City, who knows, if you are planning to pop the question, what a great place to do it, overlooking the stunning views of Edinburgh.

So the main part of your Valentines evening would usually be taking your loved one out for a lovely meal, however, personally I find a cooked meal by my husband has far more meaning and sentiment, they have actually taken the time to prepare and cook the meal for you. The beauty of hiring a motorhome from us here at easicampers is that you have all the luxuries of home, so you have the fridge & freezer to keep the food & wine cool, you have the stove for cooking that special meal and also the oven for cooking. So if you have any ideas of struggling with a small camping stove, get them out of your mind. You can enjoy cooking together and chatting or you could sit with your feet up and a lovely glass of your favourite tipple while your other half prepares a lovely meal for you. Pre planning is the key here, you should decide on the meal you would like to prepare, my favourite would be something like Pan fried chicken with a Diane sauce and oven roasted vegetables. Simple but fantastic and with all your utensils provided, you don’t need to stress about taking all your pots & pans with you.

After you have enjoyed your meal together why not entertain yourself with a cosy evening in the motorhome, you could hire one of our portable DVD players and watch a romantic movie together, or if you prefer there is still plenty to do in and around Edinburgh including a visit to the theatre, a snuggle at the cinema or even enjoy an evening at the Observatory where you could see if love is in the stars for you?? The Royal Observatory’s Public Astronomy evenings run on selected Friday evenings up to April. You can check dates and make a booking here

I really hope this helps with that romantic trip away and has given you some Ideas as to how best to plan your trip and enjoy that special time together.

Happy Valentines!!

Family friendly activities in the peak district

We are well situated for motorhome hire in Manchester as our office is located 1.7 miles from the airport, there is a shuttle bus that can transfer you from Manchester airport to our office. There are excellent motorway connections surrounding Manchester including the m60, m56, m6 with lots of beautiful places to visit in the surrounding areas including the Peak district which is known for its unique views and picturesque villages, the peak district is perfect for a family visit with go ape, the peak Wildlife Park and guided walks.

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Glasgow road trips & ideas

With Glasgow being the Sixth largest Economy in the United Kingdom, there is plenty to see & do. If you are planning a road trip in your campervan from us here at Easicampervan hire or want to explore the City its self, Glasgow is so diverse that within half an hour of the city centre you can be in the most glorious Countryside, enjoying the peaceful surroundings of Loch Lomond with the most beautiful scenery. Here at Loch Lomond you can enjoy family walks, bike rides and they also have a great variety of water sports to offer.

On the south side of the water there is a small village called Balloch where you can hire things such as Canoes & Kayaks and you could also take a trip on one of the Loch Lomond Cruises. A great site to book your cruise is
A little further from Glasgow, around an hour’s drive you will find Kelburn Castle & estate. The castle is from around the 13th Century & has had an amazing face lift by a team of outstanding Brazilian artists in 2007, which was commissioned by Lord Glasgow. The Castle is set in over 3,500 acres, however there is a 7ft wall that contains the best 1,500 acres, where you can enjoy walks and other activities. is the website to plan your visit.

With Glasgow’s Historical sites, there is plenty to explore in and around Glasgow. You could plan your campsites around where you would like to visit with your campervan. A great site to plan your sites ready for exploring this amazing city is

Some great sites to visit with plenty of history and character are places like The Peoples Palace and Winter Gardens, which dates back as far as 1750. Here you can enjoy the artefacts, pictures, films, paintings and also the interactive displays they have on offer. You can enjoy a walk through the winter gardens that are set to the side of The Peoples Palace or enjoy a spot of lunch at the café.
Another place to enjoy some of the finest sights in Glasgow whilst on your travels in the Campervan is the Tall Ship at the Riverside Museum. The ship is called The Glenlee and was a cargo carrier that took to the waters in around 1896. The ship navigated the globe 4 times before being bought by the Spanish navy, where a British Naval Architect spotted the ship in
Seville in 1990 and the ship was saved by the Clyde Maritime trust & restored to how you see it today. You can also enjoy free entry to the Riverside museum where you can see the many exhibits and interactive displays. Visit their website for further information at

Glasgow has so much more to offer, including some fabulous road trips where you can enjoy breath taking scenery. You could take the Glasgow to Oban road trip, heading along the A82 enjoying all the sites it has to offer. Some of the sites are The Trossachs, the highest point on the road trip called “The rest & be thankful” where you can enjoy the most spectacular views and even enjoy the sites that the traditional town of Inveraray has to offer. Once you get to your destination, you can access many Islands by regular Ferry connections including the Isles of Mull, Staffa, Iona, and many more.

I hope you enjoy your trip in Glasgow and the surrounding areas, with so much to do, you are spoiled for choice. Visit our website for prices on our campervans at

Pollok Country Park

In need of a short break? Want to take the family away for a long weekend? Then Holidaying in Glasgow in a Motorhome hire vehicle may be the perfect enjoyable experience that you’re looking for. With the option to relax in the beautiful Scottish environment or even to take part in different activities there’s something to do for all the family.

One place to visit for a relaxing and scenic adventure after collecting your Glasgow Motorhome hire is Pollok Country park in Pollokshaws west (only 10 minutes from Glasgow central). Here you can observe the beautifully sculptured greenlands, grand old Pollok house and a huge art gallery. It is the largest park and only country park within Glasgow, so if you’re up for a nice quiet stroll, it will not disappoint. It also now offers a wide range of activities and the opportunity to explore the gardens, woodland walks and various cycle routes. Visiting the park would be a fun day out for all ages whether it’s to let off some steam with the children or for a quite walk for the adults it is worth seeing while in Glasgow.

If the relaxing garden atmosphere is not for you there is still things for you to do in Glasgow. If you’re a fan of challenging and mind-boggling tasks then maybe taking a trip to Escape Glasgow will be more suited to you. There are lots of escape games to choose from, with Escape Glasgow alone having five different rooms to try. Escape Glasgow was the first of the many escape room places to choose from, which opened in 2014. Taking part will have you trying to crack codes, open doors, solve riddles and in the end try to break out of your room with different interactive team activities.

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Glasgow Campsite Tips

Here at Easicampervan Hire we want to give you the best advice and information so you can get the most from a campsite during your Easicampervan holiday.

All campsites facilities are different. Please ask if the campsites you are looking to visit are geared up for camper vans. Grey water and fresh water points are a plus point.


Prices for campsites vary it is always worth paying a little extra to get a pitch including electrical hook-up.
The price often varies from season to season and a sites offering bar/shop/swimming pool etc. are usually found to be a little more expensive. Always check the internet for campsite information, reviews and pricing before arriving. Bear in mind during the popular months, some sites will offer a minimum 3-night hire period. This is not unusual but there are lots of sites that don’t.

Arriving at a Campsite

When you arrive go to reception and ask for an available pitch.
Reception could be shut (wardens often clean the facilities and maintain the site alone ), so if possible park up the camper van in the appropriate spacing outside the reception block (so as you are not blocking people entering or leaving the site) and walk to find a pitch for yourself and then return to reception to pay.
Please note most receptions have instructions on the front door for new arrivals (or a contact number).

Be careful when you look for a vacant pitch because it might be taken already. Usually the owners leave their electric cable or a chair to let you know the pitch has been taken. Some people may have a ‘This pitch is taken/reserved’ plate on a little stick to let others know the pitch has been taken.
Please try to respect these signs and choose your pitch with care to avoid any problems. Some people like being right next to the toilet and shower block, while others prefer to be further away. It is personal preference.

Booking in advance or not?

Depending on the season you might want to book in advance. A good tip is to use an app or POI file on your navigation system, smartphone or iPad if you have one.
We recommend booking sites, just to be sure you have a pitch. The fun however of traveling in a camper van is often not knowing where you are going to end up .
Booking in advance can be a good idea, especially when its high season , and campsites become busier.

Easicampervan hire always advise, our customers to visit a couple of campsites on their travels, mainly to fill up with fresh water, empty your waste water in an appropriate chemical disposal point and take advantage of the facilities while visiting.

Wild Camping

If campsites are full or if you would rather save your money you can always go Wild Camping in Scotland. It’s perfectly legal and a great way to have a cheap holiday. Remember to take all your rubbish away with you and respect other peoples privacy.

For Campervan Hire in Glasgow visit for your tailored quote. Alternatively call 0800 688 9869.