Motorhome Hire Glasgow
DISCOVER SCOTLAND’S HIDDEN TRESURES
CAMPERVAN & MOTORHOME HIRE GLASGOW
Motorhome Escapes is a friendly family run motorhome hire company based near Glasgow. We hire out luxury, high quality motorhomes and campervans which are kept impeccably clean and maintained.
Our placement near Glasgow makes it easy for you to reach us to pick up your motorhome whilst also an ideal launching point to explore everything Scotland has to offer.
You can travel to pick up your motorhome at our yard from Glasgow. The airport is just a 45 minute car ride away, you can also reach Kirknewton where we are based by train in around an hour from central Glasgow.
Exploring Glasgow Before Your Motorhome Adventure
An exciting, bustling city, Glasgow is well worth spending some time in. It is a city with distinctive architecture, from the classic and historical to modern and edgy, encapsulating its character, a city of contrasts.
Whilst in the city there is so much to do and see, from museums and art galleries, many of which you can enter for free, to some of the best shopping you’re likely to find in the UK. Glasgow’s nightlife really sets the city apart, with a rich and diverse range of restaurants, an abundance of pubs and bars, and an enviable music scene, this is a city that comes alive night.
Stunning Driving Routes in Scotland
Driving the North Coast 500
Scotland has a variety of stunning driving routes across the country, each with something unique to offer, but we know for many people there is one that stands out as a must-do route: the North Coast 500. Whilst our base isn’t immediately adjacent to the NC500, it does offer you the opportunity to enjoy other spectacular routes on your way there from Edinburgh. You may also wish to spend some time in Scotland’s magnificent capital city before hitting the road as there so much to see.
Reaching the North Coast 500
There are a number of ways to reach Inverness, a popular starting point on the NC500 circular route, from Edinburgh. In the immediate vicinity of Edinburgh you can join the Forth Valley Route, a historical route that takes you to Stirling, or alternatively cross the Forth river to drive the stunning Fife Coastal route that takes in quaint seaside villages and beautiful beaches.
Further north you can progress either through Perth and into the rugged beauty of the Cairngorms or go via Dundee and up the windswept and breathtaking east coast of Scotland. Each offer something very different and equally worthwhile.
Whether you choose to go through the Cairngorms initially or up the east coast, to reach Inverness you’ll want to join the Highland Tourist Route at some point between its starting point in Aberdeen and end point, your destination, in Inverness. This route truly has it all, epic history, wonderful scenery, and, of course, the ever popular whisky distilleries.