Plan your Trip
Scotland, with its Lowlands, Highlands and Islands, Lochs (Lakes), Mountains, Cities, Towns, Beaches and miles of roads are waiting for the intrepid Luxury Motorhome traveler. Drive from Crieff, Perthshire to the stunning historic borders or perhaps, Carlisle to Edinburgh. If your feeling adventurous then travel the ultimate highlands road trip, The North Coast 500. Plan your trip. Book your camper van with Home From Home in Crieff. Research and select your great Scottish Motorhome road trip taking in the sights, mountains, lochs, towns, castles etc. and everything else Scotland has to offer. Book your pitches at many of the camp sites along the way and enjoy. Don’t forget to follow the Scottish Outdoor Acces Code and don’t leave anything on the way apart from footprints.
Here are a few holiday options, courtesy of the Visit Scotland website. The Visit Scotland website has a wealth of information on Motorhome touring and holidaying in Scotland. Give them a visit to help plan your trip.
Isle of Skye
Exploring the island of Skye by Motorhome is a joy. The whole of Skye is spectacular with its incredible rocky peaks. Pitch up on the shores of Loch Greshornish and soak up the views across the gleaming water to the hills beyond while Highland cattle and sheep graze nearby.
Glasgow to Fort William
One of Scotland’s great scenic roads, the route from Glasgow to Fort William is a must when you are touring Scotland in a motorhome. Before you embark on this unforgettable drive, why not spend a day or two parked at the foot of Glencoe’s awe-inspiring mountains.
Rest and be Thankful Pass
To the North West of Loch Lomond lie the Arrochar Alps in Glen Croe, and the Rest and Be Thankful pass where you can park up at the roadside bay viewpoint and picnic area. Stretch your legs and enjoy the dramatic natural splendour. The Forestry Commission’s Honeymooner’s Bridge Car Park is nearby and has limited spaces for campervans and larger vehicles.
North Coast 500
Bringing together just over 500 miles of stunning coastal scenery, the route follows the main roads along the coastal edges of the North Highlands. With ancient castles, glistening sandy beaches and spell-binding heritage, the North Coast 500 has captured the imaginations of thousands of people.
Scottish Outdoor Access Code
In Scotland, you can go on to most land to enjoy the outdoors – as long as you behave responsibly. This is known as Scottish access rights and is different to the position in England and Wales. When you are enjoying the outdoors, you must follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
Scottish access rights apply, for example, to hills and moors, forests and woods, beaches and the coast, rivers and lochs, parks and some types of farmland.. Access rights do not include motor vehicles. If public or private land owners restrict or regulate parking on their land, you must comply with this.
There is a wealth of information on the Scottish Outdoor Access code so please visit the website and familiarise yourself with the Code.
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