Our News – February 2019

Four Seasons Campers News  We are so excited to share our news with you! Thanks to all our previous lovely customers, the business is growing at pace and we are able to offer more campervans and equipment this year.  New 2019 VW Campervans We are delighted to announce that we will have 12 VW Campervans available for hire from 1st April 2019.  As well as our two exisiting 2018 VW California Oceans – Ellie and Ken, we have 6 2019 VW California Oceans on order Continue reading →

Top 10 Places to Visit in Scotland this October Half Term Holiday

For many parents, entertaining the kids over the October half term holiday can be a costly and stressful task but it doesn’t have to be.  Scotland’s incredible landscape offers an infinite variety of free activities for families that only require a warm coat, a picnic and of course, their endless supply of energy.  The warm golds, oranges and reds of the autumnal trees set against the vibrant purples and coppers of the heather make Scotland a truly magical location for an Autumn break.  Read our list below Continue reading →

Top 10 things to do on the Isle of Mull on a Campervan Tour Scotland

Sail the Sound of Mull There are plenty of incredible sounds on Mull including the yelp of nesting sea eagles and the crashing of the Atlantic rollers as they break through Fingal’s cave on the western sideof the island, but the ‘sound’ of Mull is actually the stretch of water that sits between the mainland and the island and is where every journey to Mull will begin.  With 3 ferry ports along it’s easterly perimeter at Tobermory, Fishnish and Craignure, there are plenty of options Continue reading →

4 most atmospheric Historic places to visit in Scotland

4 most atmospheric Historic places to visit in Scotland Why do tourists from around the world flock to Scotland?  As well our outstanding Food and Drink offering, the stunning scenery, the friendly Scottish people and of course, the weather….the majority of tourists come to Scotland to embrace and soak up our rich cultural history.  The success of TV shows such as Outlander have furthered the popularity of Scotland and whilst places such as the National Trust for Scotland’s Culloden Battlefield visitor centre should be on Continue reading →

Islay Campervan Tour – The best place in Scotland to shelter from the Beast from the East

Our Islay Spring Campervan Tour Birds have long been known to help predict weather patterns and so we shouldn’t have been surprised that our first flavour of Islay as we drove off the ferry this week was to pass field upon field of both Barnacle and Greenland Geese sheltering from the artic weather about to hit mainland Britain.  Home to over 45,000 avian winter visitors, Islay is the most southerly island in the Inner Hebrides and enjoys its own micro climate with more than 30% Continue reading →

Driving the North Coast 500 in winter and spring guide

Navigate direct to: Day 1: Getting to the Gorgeous West Coast | Day 2: Ullapool and Sutherland | Day 3: Castles and Legends | Day 4: The North Coast leg | Day 5: Whisky and Wildlife “North Coast 500,” I hear several times on my train journey north. “North Coast 500” I hear again on my return journey back to Glasgow. It’s a snowy day in January and it seems the whole of Scotland is talking about this epic touring route around the north coast Continue reading →