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Motorhome Rental Edinburgh

The second-largest city in Scotland after Glasgow, Edinburgh consists of an ancient Old Town and nineteenth-century New Town. Together they have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and have some of the most exciting historic and cultural attractions in the UK. These include Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House (the Queen’s official residence in Scotland). However, the Scottish capital is also well known for its proximity to the wild landscapes of the region, making is the perfect place to get campervan hire in Edinburgh.

The Cramond foreshore may not have the international name of Arthur’s seat and city views of Calton Hill. But it does offer some of the best walks in the area. Perhaps one of the most surprising spots to take your campervan hire in Edinburgh is Portobello Beach, which is almost Mediterranean like on the sunniest days. Likewise, the Pentland Hills are perfect for a picnic.

Getting to Edinburgh

As one of the UK’s biggest cities, Edinburgh is very well connected. Motorways link it with all major points of interest, meaning it is only 100 kilometres from Glasgow along with the M8, and 180 kilometres from Inverness and Aberdeen.

The city is also home to Scotland’s main international airport, with links to more than 100 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and the US. Most major European national airlines have flights to Edinburgh. It is also a significant hub for budget airlines including Ryanair and easyJet. Flight times to continental Europe are as little as two hours.

The city’s main railway station is Edinburgh Waverley. It sees trains arrive and depart from right across Scotland. It is also connected with London’s King’s Cross Station on the east coast mainland. Journey times to London average just four hours.

Parking in Edinburgh

It can be quite difficult to find parking spaces for campervan and motorhome hire Edinburgh, with the city council encouraging visitors to use the park and ride services instead, parking at dedicated locations on the outskirts of the city before using the extensive bus, tram, and train network. Locations include Straiton Road on the south side of the city, and Hermiston Park and Ride on Riccarton Mains Road to the west. Parking charges in the centre of the city, such as on George Street or Queen Street, cost close to £5 per hour. By contrast, it’s possible to park on London Road, about ten minutes away, for £5 all day.

Annual Events in Edinburgh

  • Hogmanay - Princes Street, New Year’s Eve: A street party like no other, complete with an impressive fireworks display and extensive renditions of Auld Lang Syne. From £31.50.
  • Edinburgh Festival - city-wide, August: Artists and performers take to hundreds of stages all over the city to present shows for every taste. The festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, circus, cabaret, children's shows, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events. From €12/£10, depending on the show.
  • Navaratri - Calton Hill, October: The city’s Hindu community comes together over ten days to celebrate the victory of good over evil. Free.

Camping in Edinburgh

  • Linwater Caravan Park: This quiet site beside a country park and the Union Canal is 8 kilometres from Edinburgh Airport. Prices start at £24 per night.
  • Drummohr Caravan Park: Approximately 20 minutes from central Edinburgh, Drummohr has well-kept amenities including a children’s play area and hot tubs. Prices from £28 per night.
  • Edinburgh Festival Camping: Opening especially for the festival crowd each year, this site is basic but clean and secure. Prices start at £38 per night.

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