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Island hopping in a Hire / Rental Motorhome in Scotland

When in Scotland why not Book an island hopping break in your hire motorhome to explore the Inner Hebrides and discover the geography and unique character that each island has to offer.

From rural getaways to isles lying just off the mainland, Scotland’s west coast is easy to explore in your hire / rental motorhome with the affordable and reliable ferry service ran by Caledonian MacBrayne.

Oban’s bustling port is an excellent place to start island hopping as it is well-known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’. Admire the beautiful landscapes of Lorn on a sea cruise along Loch Etive, before making your way round the jagged coast to admire the iconic Castle Stalker, which enjoys a superb setting from the comfort of your hire / rental motorhome, overlooking Loch Linnhe.

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Motorhome in the Sunshine

Head to Mull, to explore Tobermory’s brightly coloured seafront buildings and the fascinating Mull Museum. During your visit, bag a Munro by climbing Ben More, and soak up the panoramic views over the Sound of Mull, Staffa, Ulva and Iona.

For a more relaxing break, take the short boat trip to tranquil Iona, which is a tiny island close to the southern tip of Mull, to absorb the deep spirituality of Iona Abbey and explore the Pictish carvings and Scotlands Celtic crosses that have made their mark on the island’s strong heritage.

Sail to Fingal’s Cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa to hear the unique acoustics that inspired Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture before carrying on island hopping to uncover the unspoilt northerly isles of Tiree and Coll. Adrenaline junkies can make the most of the crashing waves of Scotland’s surfing capital, Tiree. you can leave your hire / rental motorhome on the mainland

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Enjoying Barbecue in Scotland

On Scotlands isle of Islay meanwhile, there are eight distilleries where you can taste the distinctively peaty flavours of the Whisky Coast travel round them in your hire / rental motorhome. Nearby Jura has a larger population of deer than people and nearby you can witness the dramatic Corryvreckan Whirlpool, the world’s third largest whirlpool on a guided boat trip. The pounding roar of the swirling waters can sometimes be heard over 10 miles away. Enjoy your trip in a hire / rental motorhome

via Island hopping – Argyll & The Isles | VisitScotland.

Motorhome Hire Scotland – Itinerary Guide

Motorhome Hire Scotland – Itinerary Guide

Scotland is a very beautiful country full of culture and history. Touring Scotland by motorhome will allow you to experience first hand the fantastic scenery and sights of our beautiful country. Please find listed below some suggestions on possible routes that you may find of interest. These suggestions may also spark ideas on where and what to visit. Of course these are merely suggestions as when you hire a motormome you have the freedom to do as you please!

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Parked up for night

Follow links for more information on various attractions and activities for further information.


Day 1

Why not spend your first day in and around Perth also known as the fair city. Home of some fine art galleries and the oldest reparatory theatre in Scotland. A short drive away is Scone Palace and the National Hunt Race Course, or for motor sport enthusiasts this is also the headquarters for the Scottish Rally Championship, Mcrae Forest Stages rally in October.


Leave Perth and head north in your Motorhome to Dunkeld, If your needing to stretch your legs a walk up to the Hermitage situated of the A9 is perfect. Travel and spend first night at Pitlochry, a popular and busy Victorian town in the Perthsire Highlands. Don’t miss a visit to the Pitlochry dam and the salmon ladder. There are also well signed woodland walks and it’s paradise for mountain bikers. Close by at Blair Atholl is one of Scotland’s many malt whisky distilleries and the famous Blair Atholl Castle, the home of the only private army in Britain. For the more adventurous of you, a half day booked with Nae Limits is a must.

Day 2

Driving north head for Aviemore, a winter ski resort and also hill walking and water sports in the summer months. Aviemore is set in Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park. Close by at Carrbridge is the Landmark Adventure Park. very popular with the young and the young at heart. For a more relaxing attraction fit in a visit to the Waltzing Waters. Motorhome parking is available at a vast number of sites in this area.

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Motorhome at Gibraltar

Day 3

North again to Inverness, plenty to do and see here from Shopping to Battle Fields, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland has plenty to offer everyone. Why not take one of the many boat trips available, and then park up the motorhome for the night on the banks of Loch Ness to do some monster spotting!

Day 4

A beautiful scenic drive north in your motorhome will take you to John O Groats, the most northerly tip of Scotland. Following the road around this coast of Scotland will take you through quaint and picturesque fishing villages and harbours. Why not stop and spent a peaceful night in your motorhome at Ullapool . Perhaps you,ll be lucky enough to watch the fishermen landing their catch.

Day 5

Head back to Inverness and drive down the side of Loch Ness. The locks on the Caledonia canal at Fort Augusta or Neptunes Staircase just North of Fort William are well worth a visit. A fantastic scenic drive down through Fort William and Glen Coe and onto Oban.Ferries (timetable available here) are available to the Islands of Mull, Collinsay, Barra and Uist from Mull, why not have a trip as foot passengers to the picturesque village of Tobermory on Mull.

Day 6

A leisurly drive in you motorhome will take you to beautiful Inveraray, a visit to the town jail and Inveraray Castleare worthwhile. For seafood lovers don’t miss out on the Loch Fyne Oyster bar where restaurant customers will be welcome to park their motorhome overnight overlooking the Loch.

Day 7

A drive round some of the sea lochs and Loch Lomond. Perhaps fit in time to visit Blair Drummond Safari Parkor head across to Stirling where you can visit Stirling Castle or climb to the top of the 220ft Wallace Monument. Also close by is the Falkirk Wheel the only revolving boat lifter in the world. Spend the night in your motorhome in this area to allow you a leisurely drive back to Perth on your final day.


Days 1 to 3 as above

Day 4

Head East along the coast for Elgin, miles of beautiful beaches are to be found at Lossiemouth and it’s favoured by the mild Gulf Stream. Boat trips for dolphin spotting, surfing and cycle paths are all available here.There are plenty of sites available to park up the motorhome along this coast.

Day 5

Motorhome down and spend the day in , the Granite City. Scotlands third largest city has something for all ages and taste. Shopping, granite architecture, modern arts scene, indoor and outdoor activities the list goes on and on.

Day 6

Further south along the beautiful coastal road will take you through Stonehaven, Montrose and onto Arbroath. Don’t miss out on sampling Scotlands famous Arbroath Smokies and how they’re prepared in the many smokehouses. A short drive will take you to Dundee where you can visit top quality award winning visitor attractions including Discovery Point, follow captain Scotts journey to Antarctica and The Verdant Works, a history about the Dundee weavers.

Day 7

An hours drive will take you to the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh, which is listed as a world heritage site. With sights such as Edinburgh Castle set atop an extinct volcano it’s easy to see why Edinburgh has been voted one of the top visitor destinations in Europe for many years. With an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars as well as all the tourist attractions, one day won’t be sufficient to see all the Edinburgh has to offer. If you have a late night park up the motorhome in one of the sites available in Edinburgh before travelling back to Perth on your final day.

This is just a few suggestions of what Scotland and the Scottish Highlands and Islands have to offer you on your motorhome holiday, the visitor attractions, activities, castles and distilleries are to numerous to mention. Your motorhome comes complete with maps, books on great days out and activities in Scotland, and Historic Scotland Places to Visit. The beauty of your motorhome holiday is the freedom to choose what you want to do at your own pace.

We are situated very central in Perthshire Scotland, it’s the ideal starting point to tour Scotland whether you want an action packed adventure or a restful motorhome holiday enjoying barbeques Loch side underneath your motorhome awning admiring the scenery. The choice and freedom are yours.

For other ideas visit the Undiscovered Scotland website many idead can be sought here for things to do within areas of Scotland.

Over the Sea to Skye in your Rental Motorhome

Tour the  Lochs and Glens in your Hire / Rental Motorhome 

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Your Rental Motorhome in Scotland

Your journey starts with a real highpoint as we drive the entire length of the “bonnie, bonnie banks” of Loch Lomond in Scotland in your hire / rental Motorhome. Along the way we cross from the Lowlands and into the Highlands.

As your drive your hire / rental Motorhome. and climb the “Black Mount” there are wonderful views of Loch Tulla below. Soon we are amidst the remote beauty of Rannoch Moor. This unspoilt landscape in Scotland extends over 50 square miles and is one of the great wildernesses of Europe!

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Beach Scotland

Glen Coe is quite simply awesome! \park  your hire / rental Motorhome.her for a photo stop in Scotland’s most famous glen. No matter the weather you are sure to be inspired by this very special place. After crossing the Ballachullish Bridge  travel along the banks of Loch Linnhe to reach Fort William. On the outskirts of the town you should be able to enjoy wonderful views of Ben Nevis, Britain’s tallest mountain from your hire / rental Motorhome. .

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Scotland Sunset in the Motorhome

Your journey in your hire / rental Motorhome. Takes you into the Great Glen, which was formed many millions of years ago. The result of this activity has left us with an impressive landscape of lochs and mountains.Then travel along the banks of Loch’s Lochy and Oich to reach the village of Invergarry. As you drive through this small community watch out for the “Well of the Seven Heads”, a monument with a very bloody tale to tell!

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Castle in Scotland

You are now heading across Scotland in your hire / rental Motorhome.  and heading for the west coast. Glen Shiel is home to the “Five Sisters”, a range of five mountains of which 4 are over 3,000 feet high. Soon picturesque Eilean Donan Castle which we consider Scotlands best castle will come into view. This is, without doubt, one of Scotland’s most iconic sights. The castle stands on a little island situated at the confluence of Loch’s Alsh and Duich. You will have time to discover the castle for your ourselves during our stop here.

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Parked up in the Rental Motorhome

Finally we travel “over the sea to Skye” in your hire / rental Motorhome. by the modern road bridge and make for nearby Kyleakin, Ample wild camp places are available to make a home for tonight.

Overnight: Kyleakin (Isle of Skye)

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Sunset Isle of Skye Dcotland

Day Two

Magical Isles and Kilt Rocks

After breakfast its all aboard your hire / rental Motorhome. for a wonderful day of exploration in Scotland. From the little villages and gentle scenery of the southern part of the island the views will change dramatically as the Cuillin Hills come into sight. Considered by many to be amongst the finest hills in Britain the Cuillins present a vista that is simply unforgettable.

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A view of Scotland in the Motorhome

Set round its natural harbour the picturesque town of Portree of Scotlands island’s largest community. The name of the town means the “King’s Port” following a visit by King James V in 1540. Today the pretty painted houses which surround the harbour give Portree an old fashioned appeal. During the stop there will be time to explore the town and browse the interesting shops that surround Sumerled Square.

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Motorhome parked up in cotland

The next part of your excursion in your hire / rental Motorhome is to the famed Trotternish Peninsula. From Portree we travel northwards to the little port of Uig from where ferries sail to the Outer Herbrides. At little Kilmuir park your motorhome there is a monument to Flora MacDonald who, famously, assisted Bonnie Prince Charlie escape from the troops that were hunting him by sailing him “over the sea to Skye” disguised as her maid.

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Loch view in the Motorhome

Stop your Motorhome to explore The Quiraing, a dramatic terrain formed by a massive landslide. Here you can walk through a landscape that dates from Jurassic times and as you do see if you can identify the rock formations whosedescriptions are the “Needle”, “Table” and “Prison”. A short drive brings us to Kilt Rock, so named because the basalt columns of this rock fall to resemble the pleats of a kilt – it’s well worth the effort to snap an “I was there” photograph!

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Wild deer Scotland

Your tour in your  hire / rental Motorhome.  will return us to Portree then we retrace our steps back to the mainland and through scenic Glen Shiel, once more. Our home for tonight is by the shores of mysterious Loch Ness.

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Isle of Skye Scotland

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Experience Touring Scotland in a Hire Motorhome

Experience the freedom and luxury of a Motorhome Hire in Scotland and the United Kingdom.  The Motorhome hire / rental holiday is a truly unique experience, giving you the freedom and independence to explore Scotland at your own pace without compromising on luxury.

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Your Hire / Rental Motorhome

Explore the best that the Scotland has to offer with the flexibility to go anywhere, anytime and all at your own pace in your Hire / rental Motorhome.  You’re free to choose your own route, mapping out where and when you want to travel.  Stay an extra day or leave a day early, the choice is yours!

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Snow Capped Mountains Scotland


When considering Motorhome Hire / Rental in Scotland, consider Scottish Tourer Motorhome Hire.  We provide excellent value for money.  For your safety, our Motorhomes are maintained and serviced to the highest standard ensuring that you have a smooth and stress free Motorhome Hire / Rental touring experience.

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A Beach in Scotland

Our Motorhomes have been designed with “easy driving” in mind and include such features as power steering, spacious leg room and swivel chairs for both driver and front passenger.  Our motorhomes are prepared to the highest standard before each hire, and is fully equipped for the ultimate in Scottish Tourer Motorhome Hire

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on the Beach in a motorhome in Scotland


Whether you’re looking for the solitude of the Scotlands highlands, the rugged beauty of the Jurassic coast, a short break with Scottish Tourer Motorhome Hire in Scotland , your choice of inspiring destinations is unlimited and Sun Motorhome Hire provides the perfect solution to your Motorhome hire needs.

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Sunset Scotland


One of the most exciting, affordable and practical ways to see the Scotland is by motorhome hire / rental.  Discover the dramatic and changing landscapes at your own pace.  Whether you decide to travel around or remain in one place, our motorhomes are well equipped to give you that choice and flexibility.

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Wild Dear Scotland

Our motorhomes provide you with the experience of freedom that only motorhome hire /rental can provide and all within one of the world’s top motorhome hire / rental destinations.  Motorhome Hire in Scotland around the United Kingdom is a great option for families, couples and friends.



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Although relatively small, Scotland is a land rich in contrasts. Often within a few hours easy travelling in your Hire / rental motorhome, you can experience a landscape that changes rapidly from gentle rolling hills to rugged coasts and dramatic, towering peaks. Elsewhere, you’ll discover vibrant, dynamic cities and towns whose outlook is definitely to the future rubbing shoulders with Scottish ancient castles and monuments rooted firmly in the past. But if the cosmopolitan pace gets too much, you’re never far from the peace and tranquillity of sandy beaches, country parks and outstanding nature reserves all within easy reach in your Hire / rental motorhome. In fact, the only constant is the warmth of the welcome you’ll receive wherever you go!

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Views in Scotland

And for such a compact country, Scotland offers an amazing variety of things to do and see  in your Hire / rental motorhomeIts cities are all modern, dynamic and thriving centres, each with a distinctive character of its own but which all guarantee their visitors a vibrant mix of history, culture and entertainment, stirred together with some of the best retail therapy in the UK! Scotland also boasts a year-round calendar of events that cater for every enthusiasm: art, music, food and drink, history, sport to name but a few – in fact, if they can think of a reason to gather like-minded individuals together in your Hire / rental motorhome , the Scots will celebrate it and invite their visitors to join them!

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A view from your Motorhome

Whatever your reason for visiting these pages, be it that you are considering a motorhome vacation, holiday or are simply looking for information, then hopefully you will find it here. If there is any information you would like to see on these pages, then feel free to e-mail scottishtourer motorhome hire who are actual resident in Scotland.

Scotland has a wealth of museums and attractions many of which are attempting a meaningful online presence. This is just some of those.

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PLACES TO VIST in your Hire / rental motorhome

Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions.
This site contains “Over five hundred key sites, who are committed to providing a quality service to the visitor. The attractions range from Historic Buildings to modern Science Centres throughout Scotland”

National Museum of Rural Life
This is a treasure house of objects and documentary evidence, covering not only farming to the 1950s, but also the trades that supported farming and the social and economic life of the countryside.Scotland wecomes you in your Hire / rental motorhome

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Scotlands Veiws

Armed Forces Museum
A bit of a disappointment. The site is not very informative and is not particularly in depth. However if you wish a brief history then this is the place to go.

Culzean Castle
Culzean Castle whilst being a castle is also a very good museum housing some excellent exhibits, for example a very good Eisenhower exhibition dating from W.W. II Details are a little brief though.

Discovery Point
This is the site of Discovery Point in Dundee where the sailing ship is berthed. This ship took Scott to the Antarctic. Well laid out but the graphics can be a little annoying.

Glendale Museum
Glendale Toy Museum Award winning visitor attraction on the Isle of Skye now reopened after a massive fire in 2002

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Enjoy the View

Hunterian Museum
The Hunterian, beside Glasgow University, is the oldest public museum in Scotland. The Web site is excellent with sections on a range of exhibits including the Romans in Scotland, dinosaurs and fossils.

John Paul Jones Museum
This is the site commemorating the birthplace of J.P. Jones, founder of the American Navy. Good biographical details without being too “academic”. The ships bell sound is a nice touch.

National Museum of Scotland
This is an extensive, illustrated description of the various National Museums including The Royal Museum and The Museum of Scotland which opened on St Andrew’s Day, 30 November 1998, beside the current Royal Museum.

National Trust for Scotland
This is the official site but to be honest it is rather disappointing in terms of graphics. It is however highly informative about the subject areas it does cover.

Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre 
SECC is a large scale conference and event centre. It also provides a fully computerised Box Office which currently handles more than a quarter of a million tickets each year for events at the SECC and – through SECC Xtra – for events at other venues throughout Scotland.

Sensation Dundee is the only UK science centre based on the five senses. It attempts to bring science to life in dozens of imaginative ways.

Tayside- A Maritime History
This is a wonderful site even if you are not particularly interested in seafaring. It is well laid out and has several good search facilities such as famous heroes, maps and tours. Well worth a look