Scotland is absolutely stunning; it is rich in colour, heritage and beauty and an ideal place to rent a caravan. Scotland is made up of several shires (counties). This includes 790 offshore islands which are divided between Shetland, Orkney, the Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides.
In this fabulous country there are mountains to climb, moors to hike across, rivers for fishing and the sea to swim in – if you can brace yourself for the cold waters! There are the famous lochs (lakes) of Scotland where can hire different types of boats and have a day’s boating on one them. If you choose Loch Ness you may even catch site of Nessie! In every way Scotland is an ideal place for families, couples and groups of friends to take a holiday. In addition to the raw beauty of the Scottish countryside and wildlife, there are also vibrant towns and cities to visit.
Culture, heritage, shopping and more…
Scotland is probably best known for the cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth, Aberdeen and Inverness. All the cities offer plenty of culture, heritage, great restaurants and bars, plenty of night life and shops galore.
Almost everywhere in Britain, it is becoming more and more popular to rent a caravan for holidays or short breaks and Scotland is no exception. As hotel prices soar and holiday cottages become less affordable in peak season the price of renting caravans remains reasonable. Rates vary depending on the size and luxury of static vans but there is usually something to match virtually any budget.
Spacious and comfortable modern caravans
Modern caravans are spacious and comfortable. In addition, caravan holiday parks offer a range of facilities. Some are quiet with just a few facilities for those who want a quiet holiday. Other sites are packed with adventure including sports facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, golf, boating facilities, children’s activities; and evening entertainment, restaurants, bars, shops and more.
Some people find the parks offer them everything they want for their holiday and when they rent a caravan they stay on site; others like to go off site for sightseeing, walking, climbing, cycling and horseback riding to name just a few.
To rent a caravan in Scotland search Rent My Caravan to find links to vans that are well dispersed across the mainland of Scotland. There are holiday parks all along the east coast and several scattered along the west coast; there are also inland sites.
Drive or use excellent public transport links
There is a good road network in Scotland although the more remote the places you visit, the smaller the roads. There are also good public transport links so you can sit back and relax on public transport as a way of exploring this most wonderful of jewels in the British crown.