Motorhome Hire in Scotland-Mac Motorhomes
Break free from the shackles of the modern package holiday and discover the freedom to explore to your hearts content.
A mac motorhome has all the essentials that you have come to expect from life.
Comfortable beds and seating for up to 6 people, the essential kitchen amenities and fully featured bathroom, with everything you need for a relaxing stay allowing you to enjoy the wilderness which is on your doorstep.
Whether you are looking for a photography holiday, walking holiday, skiing holiday, golfing holiday, or just to drive and experience all the beautiful views the Scottish countryside and coastline has to offer, a motorhome holiday is a one of the best ways to travel and sleep in comfort.
what we offer …….
2018 RIMOR SEAL 7 MOTORHOME
6 berth layout with 6 day seats and 130 bhp Fiat engine built for ease of handling and comfort in mind.
FULL INSTRUCTIONAL SESSION
Full Training on all equipment and helpful hints for new motorhome drivers
AIRPORT COLLECTION AND DELIVERY
We can arrange to collect you or have our motorhome ready for collection at Glasgow or Edinburgh Airport at an agreed cost.
FREE CAR STORAGE
Your vehicle stored free of charge in our own car parking area.
All those little things you need to get off to a great start
Linen and Towel Packs, Sat Nav, outdoor tables and chairs are available by prior arrangement.
north coast 500
Scotland’s answer to Route 66 is a new scenic route showcasing the fairy-tale castles, beaches and ruins of Scotland and is the ultimate motorhome holiday .
Never-ending back roads, wide meandering country tracks and beautiful bends through some of Scotland’s finest coastal scenery are just a few things you can expect along the route.
The route starts in the northern city of Inverness and heads west to the coast and Applecross.You will then turn northwards towards the bustling towns of Torridon and Ullapool.
From there, you’ll venture to some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, passing by Caithness and John o’ Groats before heading south again through Dingwall and finally back to Inverness.