Campervans, Scotland and CulturePosted on: January 20, 2015
Warm and cosy in our Campervans
‘In the bleak mid winter, frosty wind made moan’ the first line of a famous carol you may have sung last month, derived from a poem by Christina Rosetti in 1872. Now accelerate a century and a half forward and welcome the reality of 2015, where the second line could sing ” We were warm and cosy in our motorhome”. Poetic licence apart, the winter conditions in Scotland are inspirational from the vantage point of a clear screen, comfortable seats, your own soundtrack and smart destinations. Bed, smorgasbord
(of your own making) and lodgings are all within a hands reach in our luxury campervans.
Roseisle Campervan Hire is the ideal way to explore that wonderful wild weather here in Scotland, from the safety of our great range of luxurious campervans. Whether your needs are for two or even five people, we will be happy to provide you with a vehicle to hire that will fulfill your exacting standards. With attention to detail, superb equipment and tasteful furnishings in our campervans, there is a lot to like. You will have everything you need to experience Scotland’s winter landscape through the lens of a comfortable base.
Roseisle’s Medium & Deluxe Campervans come with automatic transmission as standard, making it easier for you to enjoy the journey and focus on the scenic route to your chosen destination.
Campervans & the Celtic Connections
Only an hour and a half away from our Campervans Campus at Roseisle, you could be experiencing Celtic Connections, a fantastic festival with over 2000 musicians participating from all over the world. Celtic Connections provide a range of concerts throughout Glasgow but mostly based at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, from the 15th of January to the 1st of February. With workshops, ceilidhs and individual concerts , ranging from the home grown cinematic impresario of Craig Armstrong ( think Moulin Rouge ) launching his new Album, to the amazing Galician piper Carlos Nunez. There is something here for everyone.
Campervans? Why? – Freedom to explore
You can enjoy a ceilidh and then retreat to your Des-Res. Wherever you choose to park your campervans, in a campsite or quiet location, you could wake up to bird song and the call of seagulls from the River Clyde. Feel refreshed, have a shower and then explore. Or dip into some home grown breakfasts, with a Scottish slant in Glasgows West End cafes and restaurants.
You are sure to find a welcome and something to suit your taste. If driving in the City seems a tad to hard then why not peruse up through Fife and Perth to the Food on Film festival at Kingussie, the film location of Monarch of the Glen, from the 5th to the 8th of February. In its eighth year now with something for all the family, children’s events, films, celebrity chefs and fresh food producers. The road will take you through some of Scotlands gentler countryside, finally drawing you to the magnificent area south of Aviemore. Keep your Sat nav on, the heating and keep those hot chocolate drinks coming whilst enjoying Scotlands finest. Everything is at your fingertips. Now, cancel the huskies.
Get in touch today with Roseisle Luxury Campervans and book your next adventure!