Discover the magic of Scotland as a travel destination with Scotland motorhome hire. This glorious country needs as much time as you can give it – and it still won’t feel like enough! Begin your Edinburgh campervan hire adventure from our Edinburgh depot, just 10 minutes from Edinburgh International Airport, and hit the open road. See infamous destinations such as Edinburgh Castle, Loch Ness and Ben Nevis.
Scotland is packed full of beautiful scenery such as Glen Coe Valley, the Isle of Skye and Cairngorms which are unmissable destinations for your Scotland motorhome rental. The NC500 (North Coast 500) is an infamous 516-mile beautiful Scottish adventure. This route begins and ends at Inverness Castle and includes visits to John O’Groats, Glenfinnan Viaduct and Wester Ross.
Enjoy the road trip of a lifetime with Scotland motorhome hire. Try some traditional Scottish haggis or black pudding, wet the whistle with a Scotch whisky trail or experience the beauty of Eilean Donan Castle.
The North Coast 500 links the best attractions of the north Highlands and is a must-see. The perfect route for your campervan rental.
Scotland’s highest peak at 1,345 metres above sea level. Ben Nevis takes an average of 4 hours to climb with a further 2-3 hours to climb back down, you can have a great time climbing this wonderful mountain.
The largest freshwater Loch in Scotland (and the home of the Loch Ness Monster!). Take a cold water dip or a blissful walk around this infamous body of water.
Known as the gateway to Ben Nevis, Fort William is one of the Highland’s best-known resorts. Take your campervan hire here and enjoy walking, dramatic scenery and even skiing if you visit at the right time of year.
Located in southern Scotland, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Adored by nature lovers, you can spend your time hiking, boating, fishing, stargazing, climbing, camping, cycling and exploring.
The Northernmost point of the United Kingdom is famous for knitwear, arts and crafts, traditional music and wildlife. You can also take your motorhome rental to view the northern lights from here if the conditions are right!
Discover the art of distilling Scotch in a certain way, making Scotch so unique. Tour the Malt Whisky Trail around 8 distilleries by campervan – just don’t drink and drive!
An infamous Scottish dish, haggis is mixed with stock and contains various ingredients like oats, suet, onion, spices, and salt.
Black pudding isn’t for everyone but those who love it, adore it. Made from suet or fat, grain, onion, seasoning and cow or pig’s blood, all stuffed into an animal intestine.
Part of the most important meal of the day, porridge (Or oatmeal as Americans may know it) is the blank canvas of breakfast. Add fruit, nuts, honey or whatever you’d like to make porridge your own.
White pudding is very similar to black pudding… just without the pig’s blood.
Similar to a cracker or biscuit, oatcakes are cooked on a griddle or baked in an oven.
Enjoy the quiet, open countryside and spectacular scenery from the comfort of your own caravan, motorhome or tent at Forth House Caravan Site.
Balloch O’ Dee is a beautifully small farm set in stunning countryside on the edge of the Galloway National Forest Park.
An award-winning touring caravan and camping park near Fort William is set in a magnificent location in Glen Nevis, with stunning views of Ben Nevis.
Nestled in an idyllic setting just a few miles from magnificent Glencoe, in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. The ideal spot for Scotland motorhome hire.
A campsite that features incredible views of Ben Lomond and the Loch. Park your motorhome rental here for the night.
Known as the “Gateway to the Highlands”, at the heart of the city is Stirling Castle which sits upon volcanic rock. A great destination with campervan hire.
The Isle of Arran is a must-see destination, a stunning island off the west coast of Scotland. Waiting for you there is scenic mountains, plenty of outdoor activities and beaches to feel the sand in between your toes.
Home to a quarter of Scotland’s native forests and some beautifully rugged scenery, visit Cairngorms National Park and take in the beautiful vistas. Perfect for a motorhome hire road trip!
A small tidal island that sits alone. A famous Scottish landmark and a must-see for any motorhome rental holiday.
Explore everything Edinburgh Castle has to offer including the Great Hall, Stone of Destiny and Mons Meg. And it’s right by our Edinburgh Depot too.
There is a plethora of distilleries for you to visit in Scotland. Click here for more information about places to visit near you.
Visit the Fairy Pools, Fairy Glen, Neist Point Light House and much more. Switch off from the world for the day on this spectacular tour.
An infamous four-legged friend from Scottish history. See this historic Edinburgh monument of the dog that guarded his owner’s grave for 14 years until he died himself.
A symbol of enduring love and a truly unique romance, Gretna Green will capture your heart.
The perfect stop on your Scotland motorhome hire adventure to this wonderful spot of nature.
Infamous – and for good reason. The North Coast 500 is an unmissable road trip toured by travellers from far and wide. Perfect for any Scotland campervan rental holiday.
Covering Aberdeen, Moray Firth Coast, the East Coast and Cairngorms to name a few, this road trip has you covered in your motorhome hire adventure.
The SWC300 is a stunningly beautiful road trip. If you are seeking breathtaking scenery, enchanting coastlines and new things to do and see, this is the campervan road trip for you.
Drivers can be aged 21-75 years old to hire a campervan in the UK or Ireland, and all our rentals include fully comprehensive insurance for the driver(s).
Visit our driver eligibility page for information on important driving criteria to know before you get out on the road.
The price of motorhomes to rent varies across rental companies and locations. A rough ballpark is anywhere from £100-£200 per day for a larger 4 – 6 berth motorhome in Scotland. Smaller 2 berth campervans can range anywhere between £40 – £100 per day, depending on when you visit and what company you hire from.
Wild Camping is legal in Scotland, however, there are guidelines that you should follow. Scotland’s Land Reform Act 2023, allows you the right to camp on most unenclosed land areas. If you are wild camping, please act safely and responsibly and do not park on private property.
At Bunk Campers we advise that all our guests stay in campsites every 2-3 days on their motorhome holiday, to plug their vehicle into mains electricity, recharge the batteries, and benefit from the campsite facilities.
The magic of motorhome hire means you can travel anywhere, at any time. Scotland is a country filled with immense beauty. You can travel through the small roads in the Highlands to some of the country’s famous driving routes including the North Coast 500, North East 250, South West Coastal 300 and many more. Please note that many of Scotland’s roads are small and narrow, and your motorhome might not fit.
Getting the best from your motorhome holiday
Campervan Holiday Checklist
Our holiday checklist gives you advice and tips on what to bring for your comfort and convenience.
Book and travel with confidence
As there are no travel restrictions across our destinations, we are delighted to welcome back international and domestic guests.
Looking after your campervan
Here is all you need to know from parking up to plugging in, campervan cleaning tips and campervan maintenance.
What's included on my road trip?
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