Self sufficient motorhomes, ideal for wild camping in Scotland, all year round
Self sufficient motorhomes,ideal for wild camping in Scotland, all year round

Our motorhomes

The motor part


Both our motorhomes are coach-built, on a Fiat Ducato chassis and both have plenty of power to take you up and down the mountains and glens of Scotland.

Both sleep 4 (not including dogs of course), and have 4 seat belts.


A motorhome might not have the street-cred of an old VW campervan, but it is much more powerful and spacious (and comfortable, in our opinion). It drives just as easily as smaller modern campervans – you’ll have to be careful not to speed in it, as it still has plenty of power left when cruising at 70mph! Reversing is straight forward, unlike with a caravan which takes some skill and training.


In strong winds you'll feel the gusts on the motorhome, but there is no danger of snaking developing as can happen when towing a caravan.

The home part

You may be surprised how light and spacious our motorhomes are inside, yet they fit in everything that you need to make your stay comfortable and self-sufficient.


Inside each is powered by two 12V batteries, plus 2 gas cylinders, so out in the wild you can have heat, light, running water and most things - but not a hairdryer! A long cable is provided so that you can plug into mains electricity when you stay at a campsite.


Photos of the interiors are shown on the Rover and Champ pages.


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