September 16, 2020

The not-so Wild West


The west coast can often get a bad rep for its midges but the positives of visiting this stunning part of Scotland far outweigh those pesky mites. We spent time on the Ardnamurchan peninsula – a remote but beautiful part of the...

July 16, 2020

Awesome Autumn


August in Scotland is often summed up by the ‘Glorious 12th’. But it is not just the 12th that is glorious. The months of August and into September/October are some of the best times to experience Scotland’s rich and varied wildlife,...

June 30, 2020



Cleaning of our Motorhomes As we prepare for re-opening in mid-July, we are implementing best practice and adhering to Government guidelines for cleaning our motorhomes. Prior to the release of the official guidance we will implement...

May 12, 2020

Haggis Recommends – Dog-friendly walks


Wanting to make sure your route is dog-friendly?  Here’s our list of Haggis favourites where you can walk with the favourite member of your family… Dumfries & Galloway The South West of Scotland is often overlooked as people favour...

February 18, 2020

#Haggisrecommends – Dumfries & Galloway


Dumfries and Galloway is tucked away on the South West coast and is often overlooked when holidaymakers decide to tour Scotland as they tend to head North.  This beautiful area has so much to offer and here are our #Haggisrecommends...

January 23, 2020

Outer Hebrides – out of this world!


  Over the last year, we have had more and more of our customers touring the Outer Hebrides. One of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, with white sands, turquoise seas and very few people, this is an area you’re guaranteed to...

September 21, 2019

Mull of Kintyre


Autumn is probably one of the best times of year to take a road trip in Scotland.  Often overlooked, the rugged Argyll coast is at its finest and the roads are quieter. The beautiful peninsula of Kintyre is the perfect base to enjoy...

June 6, 2019

Take the Slow road on the Snow Road


It may be odd writing about the snow road in June.  But in all honesty, we think it’s worth exploring in the summer.  Don’t be fooled, we’d recommend throwing in your skis or snowboard for a long weekend up there through the winter but...

April 12, 2019

The Kingdom of Fife


Fife isn’t far from our base in South Queensferry so it’s an ideal place to tour over a long weekend.  Head over the Queensferry Crossing and take a right into the Kingdom of Fife. Steeped in history and with far more to offer than you...

Fully equipped

All our vans are equipped to a 5 star standard so you don’t need to worry about bringing everything but the kitchen sink!

Why Choose Us

Our team are all seasoned tourers, and are always on hand to help you plan your perfect adventure in our reliable motorhomes.

What to Expect

Don’t worry, we’ll talk you through everything you need to know. We make sure you feel confident before you set off on your journey.


What does the Hire price include?

  • Unlimited Mileage for Travel within Scotland, Scottish Islands & N.Ireland
  • Full manufacturers Breakdown Cover
  • Comprehensive Insurance for 2 Driver’s
  • Free luggage storage during your hire
  • Free personalized vehicle handover before you depart
  • Free car storage in a secure carpark, at your own risk

What Extras are included?

  • Stand Up Paddle Board
  • Outside picnic table and chairs
  • Sat Nav
  • Rear View Camera
  • Bike Rack
  • Television with built in DVD player
  • Road map
  • Torch
  • Levelling Ramps
  • Toilet Fluid
  • Water fill Hose
  • Mains Hook up cable

What does the Motorhome include?

  • Kitchen pack – pots, frying pan, utensils, cheese grater, colander, bottle open/corkscrew, potato peeler
  • Dining pack – plates, bowls, mugs, glasses, cutlery
  • Camping pack – camping table and chairs, levelling ramps, electric hook up cable, freshwater hose
  • Sanitary pack – toilet sachets, toilet rolls
  • Full tank of fuel
  • Gas cylinder

Is bedding included?

Bedding is not included as part of the rental costs but can be added for £25 per person. The bedding pack consists of a sheet, duvet, duvet cover, pillow and pillowcase, bath towel and hand towel and is available as either a single or double pack depending on the requirements and bed configuration.

Who can drive the Motorhome?

Our Insurance covers drivers between 21 – 70 years of age who have held a full valid license for more than 2 years. However, we may be able to accept older drivers, please contact us for more details.
You can have up to 2 drivers per Motorhome. No additional costs apply for each additional driver. All drivers must be present when collecting the Motorhome.

Can I drive with penalty points on my license?

We can accept up to 3 speeding points per driver (i.e. SP3) without additional costs.
For more than 2 sets of points or for any points that are not coded SP’s please contact us for clarification.
We may not be able to arrange cover for convictions with the following codes: AC, BA, CD, DD, DR, MS, TT, UT and IN.  Please contact us for clarification.

What is the cost of the security/damage deposit?

An insurance security deposit of £750 is payable prior to collection of the Motorhome by Credit card, Cash, Bank transfer or cleared cheque. This deposit is held against any and all damage to the motorhome.

The security deposit will be returned to you within 7 days after the end of the hire period provided the motorhome is returned to us in a satisfactory condition and at the location and date and time agreed. Satisfactory condition includes clean, undamaged, with all tools, accessories and equipment in the same condition as when collected and having been operated in a reasonable manner (see ‘Motorhome Use’).

Is there a minimum hire period?

We have a minimum hire period of 3 nights off season and 7 nights peak season. However, sometimes we have gaps in our booking diary and will accept certain nights subject to availability.

Are there specific collection days?

We are happy to accept any day of the week for collection and returns provided it fits in with our booking diary.

We reserve the right to increase the minimum hire period for certain times of the season for more details contact us for details

What age are your Motorhomes?

All our Motorhomes are a maximum of 24 months old; we replace our fleet every other season if not sooner (15,000 miles).

What do I need to bring when collecting my Motorhome?

All drivers must be present at time of collection and produce a photo driving licence plus secondary photographic identification in the form of a passport.

Visitors from abroad must produce a valid unendorsed domestic driving licence or international driving licence as well as a passport.

In addition to the driver’s licence requirements, one other form of identity, such as a utility bill or a bank building society statement dated within the last three months, is required.

How do I make a booking?

Bookings can be made through our online booking system, over the phone or by email.

To confirm a booking, we require a non-refundable £250.00 Booking Deposit.

All funds must be cleared before the time of hire, otherwise this could result in loss of deposit and cancellation of hire.

Can I take my Motorhome on a ferry?

Yes, our Motorhomes can be taken on all Scottish & N Ireland Ferries. The Ferry Company will usually ask for the registration number, length, height and width of the vehicle.

Can I take the Motorhome to Southern Ireland?

Yes, although additional cover may be needed.

Can I take the Motorhome to the continent?

No, unfortunately not.

Can I take a pet?

You may have spotted we like a pet and have Erin the collie as a member of #TeamHaggis.  So yes, you can, although we do charge a one-off cleaning fee of £25. This is for the comfort of our next guests who may have allergies.

Where can I leave my car when we are away in a motorhome?

You can leave your car in the secure carpark on-site, at no extra charge. However, please bear in mind that this is at your own risk.

What is average miles to the gallon?

All our Motorhomes will average around 26-30 mpg depending on model, and around 350 to 500 miles on a tank of fuel.

Are there sockets for me to charge my phone etc?

USB ports in the cab area, and in the habitation area.

240 Volt mains power points in the bedroom and Habitation areas. Please note these will only work when you are hooked up to mains power, as the motorhome can’t generate mains electric.

12 v power sockets (Cigarette type) in the cab area and habitation areas.

What do we need to do on returning the motorhome?

All Motorhomes must be returned to us at Port Edgar Marina, South Queensferry, by 11 am (unless otherwise agreed)

Motorhome must be returned with a full tank of diesel.

All Motorhomes must be returned with an empty toilet cassette and grey water tank.

Motorhomes are also expected to be returned in a clean and tidy condition, all floors cleaned, food and rubbish removed, bathroom cleaned, tidied & surfaces wiped down.

All Motorhomes must be cleaned unpacked and ready to hand over to us by 11 am (unless by prior arrangement).

What payment methods do you take?

We accept all major Credit cards, Bank transfer, BACS, Cash and Cheque.