Festival season in a campervan rental Scotland – Part 1Posted on: March 10, 2017
It’s almost festival season in Scotland, and that means it’s time to jump in a campervan for a much-needed dose of peace, love and music!
When you take a campervan rental Scotland to one of country’s many festivals, you can save money by skipping the expensive on-site fare and going self-contained with your own kitchen. In fact, just forget about ‘going native’- you can take all the comforts of home with you. And if it does start to rain on your parade, forget about wallowing in the mud and instead enjoy hanging out in the campervan, staying dry and comfy.
Over the next couple of weeks we will share our top festival picks, so pack your glow sticks and your wellies and get ready to groove this spring and summer!
The Orkney Folk Festival, May 25-29, is one of the premier folk music events. It’s nearly impossible to get a hotel room if you don’t book at least a year in advance, so a campervan rental Scotland is the way to go. In addition to legendary headliners such as Eddi Reader, Blazin’ Fiddles and the Wrigley Sisters, there are traditional sessions going on all weekend, so bring your guitar, bodhrán or just your voice and join in the fun!
Oban Live Festival is Argyll and Bute’s biggest concert event, with west coast favourites such as Skerryvore and Manran sure to get the crowd dancing. So head west June 2-3 in a campervan rental Scotland for a getaway in one of the most popular holiday destinations – and some top rate contemporary Celtic music to boot!
Tiree & Campervan Rental Scotland
Take your campervan rental on the ferry to the Tiree Music Festival July 14-16. Tiree is called ‘the Sunshine Isle’ and with some of the most spectacular beaches in Scotland (and some of the best wave sports in the UK) you can make a week of it. There are utility hook-up spots available at the main festival campsite, so book early on the website to avoid disappointment. After all that rocking out at the festival to bands such as the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, you can recuperate afterwards by enjoying the easy island lifestyle- after all, the Isle of Tiree is also known as ‘The Hawaii of the North’!
Contact Roseisle today and enjoy our 5* campervan rental Scotland experience.