Top Tips for you to plan your roadtrip
For many of our customers, this is the first time they have booked a campervan holiday. We are here every step of the way to assist you:
- Advise on where to go and things to see to get the most out of your holiday
- Advise on what to bring depending on time of year for your trip
- Full detailed campervan handover so you can start your holiday with confidence
- The best time of year to visit Scotland for your holiday
- Full 24/7 customer support throughout your trip
- Read our blogs for top tips and suggested tours before you start your campervan holiday
Four Seasons Campers Scottish Tour Routes for Campervans
We would be delighted to assist you in planning your Scottish campervan road trip. Whether you have visited Scotland before or this is your first time travelling to Scotland, we can assist you. Please take a look at the variety of campervan tours on our campervan tour routes page and email us for the detailed tour route with suggested wild camping spots added in along the route. If you need some more assistance, let us know and we can add some suggestions for your route free of charge. Our campervan tour routes provide:
- Spectacular wild camping spots
- Small and friendly campsites
- The best restaurants and Inns to eat at around Scotland
- Beautiful walks with spectacular scenery
- Easy and interesting Scottish cycle routes
- Historical sites and Scottish Castles
Bespoke Scottish Campervan Tours for our campervan customers
If you would like us to put together a bespoke route and book your ferries and campsites for you, please let us know. There is an additional fee of £150 for this service plus fees for ferry and campsites.
Booking Ferries to Scotland’s islands
The beauty of touring Scotland in a campervan is that you have freedom to explore and park up for the night where ever you please. However, we would recommend that if you are planning on visiting Scotland’s islands and taking a ferry journey, you book in advance, particularly in the busy summer months.
Our VW campervan is built on a short-wheel base and is 4.9m long so when you are booking tick the 4.6 -5.0 m length box. Caledonian MacBrayne offer an excellent service around the Inner and Outer Hebrides and Clyde sea routes. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 066 5000 (+44 1475 650397 for International calls)
If you have several ferry journeys then we recommend booking an Island Hopper ticket. It costs the same price but will be quicker for checking in at the ferry port than individual tickets.
Please note that Bookings for Calmac ferries for 2019 are open from 31st October 2018.
Caledonian Macbrayne’s website shows most ferry routes around Scotland however there are some additional routes such as the original Skye ferry from Glenelg to Kylerhea which can be found on other websites. The larger ferries are bookable but many are not and are served on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
We are delighted to offer our customers up to 30% discounts through our Privilege Membership for Camping and Caravan Club Campsites and Camping in the Forest Campsites. Our membership gives you access and discounts to over 110 campsites through out the UK. Please note that there are a couple of exceptions for Privilege Members to Camping and Caravan Club Sites and Luss campsite by us on Loch Lomond is for full members only and therefore not available to Four Seasons Campers customers.
We would also recommend that you book your campsites in high summer as these can get very busy, even in the remotest parts of Scotland. You will be asked if you would like a hook up or non-hook up pitch. Our VW Campervan has a powerful leisure battery that will recharge as you drive it so if you are driving around Scotland each day, you wont necessarily need to hook up at a campsite. However, please note that if you are looking to use the 230v socket in the campervan or have hot water, then you will need to have electric hook up.