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Campervan Rental Scotland

Last Update May 2024 by RVRentaCampervan Editorial Team

Campervan rental Scotland will spoil you with undiscovered treasures. History enthusiasts should make sure that Edinburgh and Glasgow are part of their itineraries. A good range of upmarket restaurants are located throughout Scotland. Many shops offer the option to buy the local cuisine. A Scottish speciality not to be missed is haggis.

Why not hire a self contained campervan to drive through the Highlands and be amazed by the untamed mountain scenery. Birdwatchers can spot a range of local species, and hiking is a popular activity. Along the way, you can see eagles and otters, while ocean trips offer the chance to spot dolphins and whales. We have options at all Scottish airports for campervan rental pickup, with Edinburg motorhome rental Edinburgh airport and train station leading as the most popular location in Scotland tos tart a campervan tour.

If you plan a self-drive tour of the country, you can include attractions such as castles and quaint country pubs which are steeped in history. Camping sites are scattered throughout the country, providing visitors with adequate facilities. Find out more information on all the attractions that Scotland have to offer by visiting Scotland

Campervan Hire Scotland

Campervan Rental Scotland Pickup Locations

Aberdeen Airport (ABZ) and near Aberdeen

Glasgow Airport and Near Glasgow

Edinburgh Airport (EDI) and Near Edinburg

Inverness Airport (INV) and near Inverness

Near Dundee

Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK)

Edinburgh Railway Station

Near Inverness

Hire a camping van and explore the Scottish Highlands

Falkirk and Fife:

Starting in Edinburgh, drive along the M9 and the M876, taking Junction 1. Along the way, stop at the Falkirk Wheel, which is a unique boat float that showcases energy-efficient engineering. Other attractions include the Antonine Wall, Callender House and Alloa Tower. RV parking sites are available in Linlithgow and Fife.

Aberfoyle, Killin and Crieff:

Starting in Edinburgh, drive along the M9 and the M876, taking Junction 1. Along the way, stop at the Falkirk Wheel, which is a unique boat float that showcases energy-efficient engineering. Other attractions include the Antonine Wall, Callender House and Alloa Tower. RV parking sites are available in Linlithgow and Fife.

Isle of Bute:

Start in Glasgow and take the M8, which passes through Greenock. Attractions include seaside towns, national parks and the Castle House Museum. Spend the night at a Greenock or Johnstone camper site.

Driving a rental RV in Scotland

Road network:

The M74 links Scotland to England and the A1 provides access to Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. The roads are in good condition, there are no toll roads and there are ample petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Dual carriageways:112kph
Urban areas:48kph
Outside built up areas:96kph

Alcohol limits:

Drinking and driving laws are strictly enforced and the alcohol limit is 0.08 per cent.


Travel on the left-hand side of the road, and drivers should give way to vehicles on their right at roundabouts. It is mandatory to wear a seat belt and children under the age of 12 are required to wear special child restraints.

Great Selection of Campervans in Scotland

If you are after a small camping car or sleeper car then Spaceships offer a good selection of quality small campers at budget prices. Spaceships depot is in Edinburgh, which is a perfect for starting off your campervan rental from Edinburgh. Options exist with some supplier to prove one way campervan hire in Scotland.

Campervan rental Scotland is growing in popularity and top suppliers can offer a wide range of camping car options. As usual, the VW California pop top is a big favourite with couples or small families. The VW California will seat and sleep 4.

1. Easicampers Scotland and UK 

Based in Edinburgh, with 18 vehicles perfect for exploring the Scottish jaw dropping scenic driving routes. The Easi Campervans Edinburgh motorhome fleet cater for 2-6 people, along with all the kitchen facilities but also with handy bike racks built in so if you want to go further into the lush Scottish mountains on just two wheels away from the camp sites you can!

  • Pick up/drop off location/s - Edinburgh Airport, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester Airport, Preston Wigan, Wolverhampton
  • Best suited for - Couples and families
  • Availability - Check here

Easicampers Campervan Range

  • VW Campers - sleeps 2, full kitchen facilities, diesel and an automatic
  • Fiat Tribute 669 - sleeps 2-4, shower and toilet facilities, diesel, and a manual
  • VW California T6 - sleeps 2-4, kitchen facilities, bike rack and awning, diesel and an automatic.
  • Ford Zefiro - sleeps 6, lounge area, 3 beds, full kitchen facilities, full shower and toilet facilities, diesel, and a manual.

2. Bunk Campers Edinburgh

Bunk Campers have their depot located approximately 5 miles from the airport. The can provide a transfer that will costs between GBP40 and GBP50 and must be arranged in advance. The other option is to grab a taxi. 

3. Rockin Vans Scotland

Rockin Vans Have locations in both Scotland and the UK. This enables a one way option from Scotland to a depot in England or vice versa. Please note, fees can apply, this information will be available during the booking process. This rental company has seen steady growth as demand for its service and selection of camping vans has grown. The fleet has a good range from small, medium to large motorhomes. One big attraction is the availability of the iconic VW campervan with the latest VW models available.

As the weather in Scotland is seasonable, so do are the prices, lower prices being available during the colder months and wettest of the year. Rocking Vans Scotland offer a touch of class and this is reflected in the price. Overall, a good reputation in Scotland and the UK for campervan rentals.

4. Spaceships Scotland

Family Standard Sunlight T67 McRent

Family Standard Sunlight T67

2 berth campervan with shower

Camper with 4 Seats and 2 beds from McRent 

2 berth camping car spaceships

2 Berth Camping Car Spaceships

Bunk Campers Nomad

VW T5 2 Bert Nomad from Bunk Campers

Compare Campervan Rental Scotland

With so much choice, you will need to consider all your requirements and any extras that you may need on your trip to Scotland. When you enter your travel dates, you will be able to filter the search results based on your individual requirements. Look out for special offers that may include free miles and free additional drivers. Also, when you book early, you will get discount options.