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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 →

Book Campervan

We have a minimum 7 night hire to book campervan in July and August  however we may be able to offer you a shorter hire if there is a gap between bookings.  If your dates are unavailable please contact us as we may be able to move things around to accommodate you.  Please call us on 01389 830602 for bookings within the next 48 hours.  *After booking you will automatically be sent a confirmation email.  Please contact us bookings@fourseasonscampers.com if you do not receive this.* Book Campervan : Continue reading →

5 Night Tour Islay, Glencoe and The Trossachs

Day 1 From Four Seasons Campers (Loch Lomond Base) head north on the A82 up the west side of Loch Lomond. At Tarbet take the A83 towards Inverary and continue to Lochgilphead. Next, take the B841 towards Crinan then head south to Tayvallich. Things to see and do: • Stop at pretty village of Luss on Loch Lomond • Visit the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar • Visit Inverary Castle • Lunch at The George Hotel, Inverary • Visit Crinan and watch the yachts come through the Crinan Continue reading →

Top Tips when visiting Scotland

Bring a variety of clothes no matter what the season! It doesn’t matter what time of year you are visiting Scotland, you can’t plan for our unique island weather system.  I’ve sunbathed on a beach in a bikini at the beginning of April and enjoyed a snowfall amongst the blossom of cherry trees in June.  Our weather is what makes our landscape beautiful but you need to make sure when travelling around Scotland that you dress for every occasion.  A light rain coat is a Continue reading →

Ten Top Tips for planning the perfect Campervan Tour around Scotland

Decide how many miles/how many hours you want to travel per day. Remember when planning your route, that many roads in the Highlands are single track and therefore you need to allow extra time. Decide 5 key sites you don’t want to miss and plot them on your map. Use a map plotting tool such as Google Route Maps  Next plan your campsites each night. Combine wild camping with campsites so that you can stock up on water and empty your waste.  We recommend approximately Continue reading →