This week our adventure takes us to beautiful and wild Wester Ross in Scotland. The area is famous for hiking holidays, but what about golfing, cycling, fishing, rock climbing, pony trekking and star gazing? All this awaits when you hire a luxury campervan and hit the road in self contained comfort!
Wester Ross is one of Lonely Planet’s “Top Five Places to Visit in the UK.” There are rare wildlife, a renowned national park, two reserves, gorgeous gardens and a bounteous local larder to enjoy, but you’ll find it’s a bit more off the beaten path than some other places in Scotland. Escaping to the edge of the world in a luxury motorhome hire sounds like our idea of paradise!
The North Coast 500 runs through Wester Ross, boasting some of the most fabulous scenery in Scotland. The Bealach na Ba road rises from sea level to 2500 feet- don’t be afraid of the hairpin turns in your motorhome hire, just take it slow and easy! You’ll be rewarded with stunning views over Skye and the Western Isles. Nature lovers, don’t miss Torridon National Trust or Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserves, and the world famous Inverewe or Attadale Gardens.
Motorhome Hire & Highland Hospitality
Applecross, Torridon, Ullapool- each of the area’s charming villages boats lively local culture, museums, shops, delicious dining featuring local fare and of course, warm Highland Hospitality. History lovers will want to visit some of the many ancient sites, including brochs and cairns dating to more than 4,000 years ago.
Let’s not forget about the beaches- from Applecross to Gairloch to Ullapool, take your pick of some of the most gorgeous beaches in Scotland, framed with delicate machair and dramatic rock formations. In your motorhome hire, you are ready for a picnic and stroll along the shore. And in this remote area, there is very little light pollution to get in the way of some of earth’s best stargazing- lie back and be amazed at all the stars you probably have never seen before!
Plan your luxury motorhome hire tour of Wester Ross and escape from the ordinary!