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


Late Booking offers: 


5 nights for the price of 4: £455 instead of £550

Weds 2nd - Mon 7th Oct


4 nights for the price of 3: £350 instead of £455

Thurs 3rd - Mon 7th Oct  or Weds 2nd - Sun 6th Oct

Tues 8th - Sat 12th Oct

Thurs 24th - Mon 28th Oct 


A week's hire at 2018 prices: £665 instead of £700

Fri 18th-Fri 25th Oct, or Sat 19th-Sat 26th Oct 

Mon 21st - Mon 28th Oct


Other options available - contact us to discuss on 07948376266



Scotland is a great place to visit in the autumn - no midges, no crowds and many great sunsets. Our motorhomes are well insulated and have on-board heaters to keep you warm and cosy.


Motorhome rental ideal for people with dogs

We know from personal experience that owning a dog is a great pleasure, but can also be problematic when you want to take it on holiday with you because many hotels and B&Bs do not allow dogs. 


So we have set up Rover Rentals to solve that problem - we have two motorhomes for hire which are especially designed for people with dogs. It is more than just saying we are 'Pet Friendly', we provide canine comforts and will not charge extra for your four legged friend(s) to join you as you tour around Scotland. 


Rover Rentals is a personal run business, started in August 2016, with one 4-berth self-contained motorhome. Due to the demand in the first year, we have now doubled in size and purchased a second 4-berth motorhome.


We believe that this is the ideal size vehicle for a comfortable touring holiday with a dog, as it is more spacious than a campervan, easier to manoeuvre than a caravan, and gives you the flexibility to park up wherever you like as you have everything you need on board. It has been kitted out to cope with cold weather, so can be used all year round.


Within reason, we do not mind how many dogs you bring with you, provided you are happy that you'll all fit into the motorhome comfortably, and the dogs are well behaved. So far all damage has been caused by human error, not by canines!


The Motorhomes

We have two motorhomes, both coach-built bodies on a Fiat Ducato chassis, with plenty of power to take you up and down the mountains and glens of Scotland.


Both sleep 4 people - plus dog(s) of course, and have 4 seat belts.


More details are given in The Motorhome section.


Where we are

We are based on the outskirts of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, which is an ideal location from which to start your exploration of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

Inverness is at the start of the North Coast 500 route and using the motorhome gives you the flexibility to go round in either direction, at your own pace.


More details about what to see in and around Inverness are given in the Where we are section


Wild camping in Scotland

Canine comforts

If your dog is happy and you are not stressed about having to look after it then your holiday in the motorhome will be more relaxed and enjoyable, so we have made the motorhomes very dog-friendly.


We provide many dog-specific items both inside and outside the motorhomes, as detailed in the Dog-Friendly Details section.


Where has 'Rover'  been?

See some photos of where 'Rover' has travelled to on our Gallery page

Driving the motorhome

Both motorhomes have lots of power to get you up and down the mountains and glens of Scotland. They are very easy to drive and on straight roads it’s easy to forget that you’re in such a big vehicle apart from the fact that you’ve got a much better view, as you are sitting much higher up than you would be in a car! 


Unlike towing a caravan, you do not need any special training or qualifications other than your normal driving licence. 


Some things you need to be mindful of are mentioned in the Driving the motorhome section


Contact us


Please contact us on-line, by email or on the mobile (but not after 9pm).


Details of which are given in the Contact Us section


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