Campervan Rental in Edinburgh – The Isle of ButePosted on: June 2, 2015
The peace and tranquility of the Isle of Bute is less than 90 miles away when you choose a campervan rental in Edinburgh, being the most accessible of the western isles from the Central Belt by ferry.
For a small island, there is so much to see and do, starting with the porpoises that you may well see on your short ferry journey. Get up close and personal with wild seals at Scalpsie Bay and watch wildlife to your heart’s content. Bute is a walker’s paradise, with a section of the West Highland Way running the length of the island- the views to Arran and Cowal can’t be beat. The road around the island is perfect for bike rides- take them with you on your campervan rental in Edinburgh or rent them on the island.
Renowned for its history, beautiful gardens and grand architecture, Bute is especially stunning in the spring and summer- the best time to get a campervan rental in Edinburgh and head west for a weekend or more. Enjoy the views from a comfy garden bench or hit the putting green, you can take it as easy or as active as you want in Bute. At the end of a satisfying day, unwind and relax in your campervan rental.
Campervan Rental in Edinburgh & Rothesay and Port Bannatyne
Rothesay and Port Bannatyne are the main settlements on Bute, with interesting places to visit and lots of charming cafés, bistros, pubs and restaurants. Be transported back in time at Rothesay Castle, Mount Stuart House and the Bute Museum, and tour the outstanding gardens, including a Victorian fernery.
Touring parks offer warm island hospitality or find a quiet spot to wild camp and enjoy island life at its best when you choose a campervan rental in Edinburgh from Roseisle.