VW CAMPER HIRE IN SCOTLAND
FREEDOM TO EXPLORE
Looking for VW Camper hire in Scotland? Meet Daisy, our gorgeous campervan who has all the essentials for a fun and fabulous road trip. There is no better way to discover Dumfries & Galloway and beyond.
But before you decide to hire Daisy you might have a few questions!
- Are there any age limits?
Any driver must be at least 25 years old, and no older than 73 years old.
- Does the price include insurance?
Yes! The price includes fully comprehensive insurance for one driver.
- Are we able to have more than one driver?
We are happy to arrange insurance for up 2 extra drivers. This costs £15 per day, per driver.
- Are we liable to the excess, if we are involved with an accident?
No, we have extra insurance (included in the price), which covers any excess incurred at one incident.
- Can I leave my own car with you?
You ar welcome to park your car at our property for the duration of your hire.
- What fuel does the van take?
Just refill with ordinary premium un-leaded petrol (nearest fuel station in Dalbeattie).
- How many passengers does the campervan take?
If you are hiring the van to camp, we would recommend no more than 2 adults and 2 (smallish children). However, Daisy will take up to 5 passengers, if just used for day trips.
- What are the sleeping arrangements?
There is a full width fold-down double bed. The pop-up roof wil take up to either 2 small children, or one small adult. There is also a sling bunk which fits in the front cabin, which is suitable for a small child.
- Is there a maximum distance I am allowed to travel per day?
We don’t put a limit on the number of miles you can drive per day. But classic VW campers do not travel fast. Bearing this in mind, as well as the country lanes, you are unlikely to be able to travel at the same speed as a modern car.
- Is the camper manual or automatic?
All our vehicles have manual gear boxes.
- How long can I hire your camper for?
You can hire our van for a minimum of 3 nights, and a maximum of one month. Occasionally, we will hire out the van for a shorter period.
- Do I have to pay a any kind of deposit?
UK and EU driving licence holders: If you hire one of our cars for up to three days, there is no deposit. However, if your hire is for 4 days or more, we take a security deposit of £500 (by debit/credit card,) when you pick up the car. This will be refunded within 48 hours of the safe return of the car. The deposit covers any damage to the vehicle which isn’t covered by insurance, such as damage to tyres.
Non-EU driving licence holders: There is a security deposit of £1500, to covers the excess.
- Does the camper have seat belts?
The camper has 2 seat belts in the front, and 4 seat belts in the back.
- Can I put a child’s seat in the van?
No problem, children’s safety seats have been used several times in the van. But we would advise you to check, in advance that your particular seat fits.
- Is there any heating?
There is a heater which runs independantly of the engine, so you will be toasty whilst camping. However, we would not advise its use at night.
- Is camping equipment included?
The van has an electric fridge, twin gas hob, sink and tap. We also provide cooking equipment, utensils, cutlery, plates, mugs etc. Also, an outside table and chairs. Everything you need, in fact!
- Can I buy a voucher for Daisy?
Yes, we will post or email you a voucher. This will be personalised with the recipient’s name, the occasion and include a photo of Daisy. Vouchers are available for one night or more (minimum hire of our camper is for 2 nights). Have a look here to find out more about our vouchers.
DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY
HOLIDAY IN AN AREA OF OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY
It’s easy to see why BBC Countryfile magazine readers voted resoundingly for Dumfries and Galloway as a recent winner of the Holiday Destination of the Year. They loved its plentiful charms – tranquil forests, astonishing wildlife, wonderful beaches, lochs and streams, plus the UK’s original Dark Sky Park.
The beautiful sailing village of Kippford is just on our doorstep. Then there’s Kirkcudbright and how it pulses with artistic life; Castle Douglas with its foodie delights and Wigtown in that it rivals Hay on Wye as a book lover’s haven. Not to mention musical Moniave – aka Britain’s coolest village.
Named ‘The Scottish Riviera’ by the Victorians, Dumfries and Galloway has 200 miles of dramatic coastline and many golden sandy beaches. There are excellent outdoor activities such as golf, hiking and fishing and the world-class mountain biking trails at Galloway Forest Park. As well as a great variety of visitor attractions and quality artisan food and drink producers.
And if you want to venture further afield? Why not head north to the Highlands and Islands. Or travel south to the stunning Lake District or east to the Borders and Northumberland – the castle coast.
When you have the freedom of the open road, the possibilities are endless.
Where will you adventure to?
VW CAMPER HIRE SCOTLAND
SEE AND DO
The South West Coastal 300 route is a stunning drive of just over 300 miles where you’ll discover delightful towns and villages as well as enjoying views of hills, glens, forests and lochs. Kippford Classic Car Hire is based on this route. Visit here for more information
The Scottish Castles Route is steeped in history with over a dozen castles and abbeys to visit on a 250-mile journey throughout delightful and varied countryside. Visit here for more information
The Burns Country Run is a route of 162 miles and celebrates the life of Robert Burns the National Bard of Scotland. Visit here for more information
WHERE TO STAY
VW CAMPER HIRE SCOTLAND
Loch Ken Holiday park is ideally situated just half an hour from Kippford Classic Car HIre. Set on the at the edge of the stunning loch, it would make a fantastic base, or overnight stop if you want to travel further afield, for more information visit Loch Ken Holiday Park
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A SELECTION OF VEHICLES PERFECT FOR EVERY OCCASION
Prefer to hire a classic car?
We have Bluebelle, a lovingly restored Triumph Herald convertible who has starred in many a TV program and music video.
And Snowdrop, a Morris Minor who is full of charm with original features and a gorgeous burgundy leather interior.