Tag Archives: Scotland

3 Night Tour to Islay

Day 1 Take the A82 north to Tarbet on Loch Lomond then the A83 west along Loch Fyne and over to Lochgilphead. Head to Cairnbaan and park up for cycle along Crinan Canal to Crinan and back. After cycle head south down the B8025 to Tayvallich to camp for night. 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 Continue reading →

6 Night Tour Glencoe, Arisaig, Skye and Oban

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 Continue reading →

7 Night Campervan Tour – Hillwalking and History – Glencoe, Fort William, Loch Ness, Ullapool, Lochinver, Durness, Lewis, Skye

Day Campervan Tour – Hillwalking and History tour of the West and North Coast of ScotlandPlaces Visited include: Glencoe; Fort William; Loch Ness; Ullapool; Lochinver; Durness; Day 1From Four Seasons Campers head north on A82 towards Glencoe and wild camp at Glen Etive which is located just after Glencoe Ski Centre turnoff. Camp alongside the River Etive – lots of places to pull over along the single track road. Kids can paddle or if brave enough enjoy a swim! Great for having fires (suggest you stop Continue reading →

7 Day Whistle-stop Tour of Scotland

It’s January and bookings are coming in fast and furious to hire our campervans so it’s time to put in place my New Year’s resolution for 2017…and start blogging! For those of you who have never been to Scotland before, or never traveled north of Edinburgh and Glasgow, this first tour is for you!  A 7 night tour taking in the west and north coast, this taster tour is an excellent way to discover the diversity of the Scottish landscape and enjoy the remotest Scottish Continue reading →