Description of Glamping Units
These six pet-friendly campervans in Scotland range from modern to classic to suit all tastes. They are beautifully maintained, and each has an integral sink, a cooker with a spare gas cylinder, a fridge, and an integral petrol, diesel, or gas heater. However, Sally has is the exception—she has a cool box with complimentary ice packs and freestanding gas and electric heaters.
All of the rentals have a 12-volt leisure battery, cigarette lighter sockets, a 230-volt mains hook-up system, and three-pin plug sockets except Oscar, who has an AUX wire for music players. For cooking, they all come equipped with a small kitchen that has a small kettle, cooking and eating utensils, a small coffeemaker, and a cleaning kit. Heidi and Sally have a hob toaster rather than a grill.
To enjoy the outdoors, each rental has a sun canopy, a windbreak, and outdoor camping chairs. For guests' convenience, they also have a flashlight, a wind-up lantern, leveling wheel clocks, a first aid kit, a breakdown safety kit, and a fire safety kit, as well as a road atlas, a Scottish Borders map, a Scottish campsites map, a van information pack, and a Camping and Caravanning Club membership pack. The individual rentals are outlined below.
Oscar is a modern campervan with a new interior. He is wheelchair accessible and can drive four adults plus an additional child. This rental can comfortably sleep three adults or two adults and two children. It has two double-sized beds, and it is fully insulated and has thermal curtains. There is an oven in the kitchen. This campervan can be driven abroad.
Heidi is a vintage, 1972 campvan that has been fully restored. She can drive five people and comfortably sleep three adults or two adults and two children. There is a three-quarter-sized bed and a bed in the pop-up roof of this campervan.
Daisy is a modern campervan that has been styled to look retro. She can drive up to five people and sleep three adults or two adults and two children. There is a double-sized bed and a roof bed in this rental. and it can be driven abroad.
Bluebell is a vintage, 1976 campervan referred to as a “tin top” because of its non-raising roof. She can drive up to five people and sleep two adults and an additional two children. There is a king-sized bed, a cab bunk, and room for a small cot in this rental. A small child can also sleep in the cab hammock. This campervan is great choice for weddings because of its striking color and new leather interior.
Sally is a vintage, 1972 campervan that was imported from France. She is a left-hand drive and offers a smooth and comfortable driving experience. She can drive up to five people and sleep up to three adults or two adults and two children. An additional baby or toddler can also be accommodated. It has a king-sized bed, a double-sized bed in the roof area, and a hammock.
Mr. T is a retro, 1990 campervan with an 80's vibe. He can drive up to four people and sleep three adults or two adults and two children. There are two three-quarter-size beds in this campervan, and it is spacious and can provide additional seating when the passenger seat swivels. It has thermal curtains to maintain a comfortable temperature. Read More
- Crib/Child's bed
- Double bed
- King-size bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
- Wheelchair access
Rates include insurance for up to three drivers, as well as AA coverage, gasoline, and free parking.
- Patio furniture
There is an additional pet fee of $35 for each rental.
Oscar and Heather are available from March until the end of October, Olive ris avialable throughout the year! There is a three-night minimum to book.
Additional guests can be accommodated if a tent awning is rented for an additional fee. Guests can also choose to bring their own tents. Read More
Location + Surroundings
The beauty of Scotland is waiting to be explored with this VW campervan. This allows glampers to see some of the finest wildlife in the United Kingdom by setting off on the open road. Many caravan rentals are restricted to cramped campsites, but these unique campervans in Scotland can be taken all around the country. Of course, there are still plenty of things to do in the historical town of Hawick, where these glamping campers are based. The banks of River Teviot are beautiful to visit in Wilton Lodge Park, and other attractions include The Hawick Museum, Scott Gallery, and the Borders Textile Towerhouse. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Upon request, guests can have a fishing holiday arranged around the rivers and lochs of Scotland. They can rent fishing equipment, and the host can recommend the best campsites in Scotland.
- Bird watching
- City tours
Pets allowed. Options for activities are endless when renting one of these glamping campervans because they can be driven to all of the best wilderness areas, cities, and attractions in the country. For example, guests can go on a city tour of Glasgow or visit Edinburgh castle, or they can take a trip to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park for some exploring. If driving far isn't on the agenda, then there are also many great local attractions nearby including Wilton Lodge Park and the Borders Textile Towerhouse.