Why Kids Love Motorhome Holidays

Everybody deserves a break from time to time, and if you have kids it can swiftly become an expensive experience. A fantastic way of taking your kids away for a summer vacation is to camp! Motorhome hire in Scotland is a brilliant and affordable alternative and a great way for the kids to get exploring. Here are 5 reasons why you should take your kids away in a motorhome this year!


Kids Love New Adventures

It’s pretty safe to say that kids love going on adventures, and they always say it starts as soon as you leave your home street. So why not skip the painstakingly long waits at the airport, worrying about baggage and stressing about passports, and really enjoy the journey.

Without the strict timescale an airport might cause, you can easily stop for a spontaneous picnic or visit an attraction along the way.

Familiarity is Key

For children a whole new country can be very daunting for early holidays, as they might not understand the local language or cope with the regional climate, so staying in the country for your summer vacation might just be the right thing for you.

Taking a motorhome on a holiday makes it a lot easier to take home comforts with you. That teddy and blanket they can’t leave behind really isn’t a problem!

Kids Love the Great Outdoors

As a kid there really isn’t anything that is as much fun as the great outdoors; running around, climbing trees and exploring wildlife. Modern life these days is more or less kept indoors so going on holiday with a motorhome will really get everyone into that adventure mode.

Have a Den on Wheels

What could be better after a hard days exploring than crawling up into your very own big den on wheels. With a motorhome it can be so easy to create home comforts and build your own little dens.


Flights, hotels, airport transfers, insurance, the list of expenses goes on when booking a holiday abroad and can end up costing you an arm and a leg even before the first day of your vacation. Everything down to meal times can be cheaper on holiday if you take a motorhome.

We offer fantastic rates on motorhome hire in Scotland so get in touch with us to plan your perfect summer get away with your prized little ones. If you have any questions about our fleet of motorhomes available contact us on 01244 723330 or enquires@renniemotorhomes.co.uk

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Beautiful European Camping Destinations

Camping with a motorhome is one of the best ways to spend a holiday, especially if you’re an adventurer at heart. You get to explore the beauty of another country yet you aren’t limited to one area, you have the freedom to travel wherever you want. There are some gorgeous locations in Europe where you can experience a different culture and take advantage of a warmer climate. Below you will find a selection of our favourite camping destinations outside of the UK.


For beginner campers or seasoned experts, France is the perfect destination. Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday; whether it is to sun bathe, explore heritage, or go hiking you can enjoy it here. From the French Alps to Paris to the romantic south coast there is so much to see, do and experience – and many fine wines to taste!


Spain is ideal for beach lovers, whether you visit northern Spain or take the time to travel to the sublime south, you can take advantage of the glorious sunshine. With turquoise waters and a marvellous landscape it is an excellent spot for a relaxing, lazy camping holiday.


For those who adore history both medieval and modern, Germany is a wonderful place to visit. With attractive castles which are reminiscent of a fantasy world, it really is an outstandingly beautiful country. We recommend that you stay near the River Rhine, where you can learn all about German myths and legends.


Switzerland is an excellent place for winter camping, especially if you’re looking to go skiing or snowboarding. The journey to the Suisse Alps is absolutely breathtaking and when you set your eyes on those mountains, you really do feel like you are in paradise. There are also many lakes in this country. So you can enjoy a summer motorhome holiday by the water.


Full of history, heritage, and stunning architecture, Belgium is an amazing place to enjoy a camping holiday, and of course a holiday to Belgium isn’t complete without a visit to Bruges. Unfortunately all vehicles are banned from the city so we recommend that you book a campsite close by and travel into this utterly stunning city on the train.

Motorhome holidays are utterly fantastic; there are so many camping destinations to choose from. To find the perfect campsite in Europe head to www.eurocampings.co.uk where you will find a selection of over 9000 annually inspected campsites. Regardless of whether you desire a holiday for relaxation or extreme exploration we are sure that you will uncover the ideal location for you.

At Rennie Motorhomes, we provide exceptional motorhome hire in Scotland, so that you can enjoy all the benefits of this type of holiday without the commitment and expense of buying a motorhome yourself. For more information about out vehicles please get in contact with our exceptional team, simply call 01224 723330 to speak to a member of our team today!

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Home Sweet Motorhome: Making Your Motorhome Away From Home


The motorhomes available for hire here at Rennie Motorhomes are both comfortable and stylish, boasting fresh, modern interiors, televisions complete with Freeview and DVD players, stereo systems, SAT NAVs, large fridges, copious amounts of hanging space for clothes, and are fully furnished and equipped for all the needs of the modern traveller.

However, this does not mean that you cannot easily (albeit temporarily) add your own personal touches to the already smart interior of our motorhomes, in order to make them feel more like your own home.

Cushions and Blankets

Soft furnishings are a fantastic way to create a cosy and homelike environment, in a non-permanent capacity. Colourful and patterned cushions and throw pillows not only look attractive but can provide an added level of comfort to your hired motorhome experience.


These adorable handmade cushions, available from Etsy and Zazzle respectively, could add a fun element to the already plush interiors of your hired motorhomes.  If you are considering travelling and staying in the far north of the British Isles, and are looking for motorhomes for hire in Scotland, you may wish to pack extra layers of blankets in order to stay warm and stave off the infamous northern, chilly weather. Stay snug with layers of colourful, cosy throw blankets which also add another personal touch to your hired motorhome experience.

Take Your Garden with You

Additionally, small potted plants and vases of fresh flowers provide a temporary, luxurious touch to your hired motorhome, just don’t forget to secure any pots and vases down! Try self-adhesive picture hanging strips in order to secure objects that may move in transit.

Flowers aren’t just for the vase. Alternatively, you could incorporate a tablecloth into the decor of your motorhome to provide a further splash of colour. Franclaire Fabrics provide spill repellent, machine washable, affordable-yet-stylish tablecloths, which are available in a range of patterns, from cute VW camper van prints, to classic, vintage-inspired floral motifs and more modern floral and foliage inspired patterns.

Savvy Signs

There are many personalised items available for people looking to personalise their hired motorhome, like these sweet signs, which are available world-wide from Ebay.

There are many options, of both soft furnishings and home ware, available which add another level of personality and comfort to your rented motorhome, wherever you’re travelling. If you’re looking for motorhomes for hire in Scotland, please don’t hesitate to contact Rennie Motorhomes by calling us at 01224 723330, or by sending an email to enquiries@renniemotorhomes.co.uk.

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Motorhomes vs. Caravans Part Two (The Holiday)

In our previous blog, motorhomes vs caravans part one (the journey) we discussed which was the better; the caravan or the motorhome in regards to the journey, and naturally the campervan came out victorious. In part two we’re going to look at the actual holiday part to find out which option is quite frankly, more fun!

Before setting off on your holiday you will have undoubtedly booked a campsite (or a few) in your desired location.  Upon arrival at the campsite of your choice you are allocated a pitch and when it comes to this kind of camping; the larger the better! Like our last blog we have looked at each mode of transport side by side to see which comes out on top.


Caravan Benefits

  • As you have a separate vehicle with you, you can park up, detach it, and go exploring in your vehicle without lugging your bedding and cooker with you.
  • Home comforts and you’re guaranteed to have a clean environment (well if you’re a tidy family!)

Caravan Drawbacks

  • Parking a caravan can be a nightmare and incredibly confusing especially if it is your first holiday. You may feel like you’re doing the Hokey Kokey before you’ve finished!
  • If you decide to go on a day out you don’t have the luxury of having your own toilet or own private stove.

Motorhome Benefits

  • Parking is easy; simply drive onto your pitch, hook up the electricity, wind the legs down and you’re ready to start enjoying your holiday.
  • When you choose to go on a day out in a motorhome, you have the luxury of your own private toilet which means that you don’t have to go searching for public toilets – as we all know they can be hard to find!
  • A home away from home without any trouble; the motorhome holiday is virtually hassle-free because everything you need is in one place! You can enjoy the cleanliness and comfort as though you were at home in your own bed – but maybe enjoying better weather!
  • When the end of the holiday comes you just need to pack your things up and be off, there’s no messing about with tow bars – when you’re tired and ready for home that really is music to the ears.

Motorhome Drawbacks

  • As you don’t have a separate vehicle, you do have to take your bed with you should you wish to go for a day out, however you do have the benefit of having a working fridge with you should you need a refreshing beverage!

Looking at all of the benefits you have when holidaying in a motorhome (even the drawbacks have benefits!) it really is hard to find an argument against it. We’d choose a motorhome over a caravan any day – although we may be slightly biased! In all seriousness though, the motorhome is a marvellous invention and is the perfect way to spend a family holiday!

We provide quality  motorhomes for hire in Scotland so that you can enjoy the holiday of a lifetime! Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple, with your friends or family this type of camping is truly the way to go.

For more information about Rennie Motorhomes, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us; we will happily answer any queries that you have. Simply call us on 01224723330.


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Motorhomes vs. Caravans Part One (The Journey)

It’s a debate that has raged on for years and there are hardcore supporter of both the motorhome as well as the caravan. In this special two part blog we are looking to come to a once and for all decision on which is best so we have written our own little holiday biography in order to explore the benefits and drawbacks of each.  Here at Motorhomes for Hire Scotland we have years of experience in providing people with the perfect motorhome for them to get away in and thought we should finally try and settle the debate. In this first part of the blog we are looking at the journey to your holiday to try and establish which one you should choose.

The journey to your intended holiday destination can go one of two ways, it can either be an exciting precursor to the holiday of a lifetime or it can be a melting pot of stress and worry that sets even the best holiday up for a fall. We have looked at both modes of holiday transport side by side to see which one is easiest and least stressful;

Caravan benefits

  • Far from having a car loaded to the gunnels with camping gear you can simply hitch up your caravan to your tow bar and take everything that you need with you.
  • You can sit in the familiar comfort of your own car, albeit with a caravan attached.

Caravan drawbacks

  • Towing a caravan is usually a surprisingly easy undertaking but this does rather depend on the weather when you set off. High winds can make it quite treacherous for the high sided lightweight caravan; this factor puts many people off and pushes them into the realm of the motorhome.
  • Manoeuvring a car whilst towing a caravan can be incredibly difficult and for the inexperienced driver it can increase the stress of the journey tenfold.

Motorhome benefits

  • No hitching, no difficult manoeuvring of a car into place, simply pack it up, turn the key and you’re off. There really is no other way of setting out on holiday with this little stress.
  • No difficulty in getting your positioning on the road or in a car park right, modern motor homes are as easy to drive as a large car and there really shouldn’t be any trepidation involved in getting behind the wheel.

Motorhome drawbacks

  • Urm… we can’t really think of any at this point.

Well that’s the journey to your holiday destination covered and, bias aside, it is very hard to argue against the motorhome being the victor in this round.  Make sure you stay tuned to our blog in the next few weeks for part two in which we take on the actual holiday from the point at which you arrive at your chosen site.

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5 Top Tips For Motorhome Hire

Motorhome holidays are becoming increasingly popular, offering travellers the freedom and unique enjoyment of planning and experiencing their holiday the way they want to see it. Motorhomes offer plenty of different facilities and it is important when choosing the right motorhome for you, that you consider everything you need. Here is a small checklist of things to keep in mind when renting your home on wheels.


The layout and size of a motorhome is an extremely important factor to consider when planning your holiday. Consider sleeping arrangements, facilities and storage options the different types of motorhomes offer. If travelling with a larger family, more storage space and comfortable sleeping options will be top of the list. However, if travelling in a pair, more facilities and living area will be more desirable.

 Don’t overfill

Motorhomes are fantastic, but if overfilled with luggage and people, they can quickly become cramped and claustrophobic. If you’re holidaying in larger groups, it may be a good idea to rent more motorhomes and travel in smaller groups to enable a more relaxed and comfortable travelling and living experience. A little tip is to pack straight into the motorhome rather than in boxes and storage units, this will free up more space. If you are planning to take bikes or sport equipment with you, think about hiring a motorhome with garage space.

 Plan your journey

Always plan your route to create a harmonious and stress-free journey, consider road works and motorway accidents and keep your sat-nav updated for any diversions along the way. Also, try to avoid any thin country lanes, height barriers and rigid small streets as these may be hard to manoeuvre and pass in. If travelling with pets, plan regular stops and ensure the motorhome is pet friendly to ensure your furry friends are content and happy.

 Electricity – necessity of modern living

Before setting off, make sure all electrical items are fully charged. Electrical appliances such as mobile phones can be charged whilst on the move using the cigarette lighter. Other technologies such as laptops, iPads etc will need a 240v charge so make sure the campsite where you are staying offers electrical hook-ups. And don’t forget your camera! And plenty of extra batteries.

 The purpose of your holiday

Whether road-tripping, attending a festival or just staying in a campsite location, make sure you have organised all stops and reserved your stay. You do not want the drama of trawling campsite after campsite looking for an available spot after a long days travelling. If going to a festival, make sure motorhomes are allowed, most festivals require motorhome and caravan camping passes so make sure you have all the required documentation beforehand.

After you have enjoyed your wonderful holiday, here are some things to remember when returning your motorhome:

-          Make sure to return your hired motorhome at the arranged time and location

-          Make sure toilet cassette and water tanks are empty and gas is turned off

-          Remove litter, check all drawers and cupboards, clean surfaces and sweep floors


If you are looking for motorhomes for hire in Scotland or require any more information, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly team today!


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Keeping the Kids Entertained

With the summer holidays just round the corner, it is a good idea to start thinking about where you would like to take your children for a break. Perhaps here at Motorhomes for Hire we lean towards what we know best, but we firmly believe that you should take your kids away for a motor home holdiay. In this blog, we will look into reasons for this.

The Excitement    

Children have such vivid imaginations so the holiday adventure will literally begin when you set off in one of our motor homes. You won’t have to worry about boredom setting in because of queues at the airport, security checks and passport checks, and dreaded delays. On a motorway journey there are no constraints, you don’t have to travel from A to B, you can stop off at some of the attractions on the way.


You won’t have to fork out a great deal of money on a restaurant that inevitably fails to please everyone. Our range of Motorhomes are equipped with grills and ovens ensuring you can conveniently cook. You will also have the freedom to go for barbecues and picnics, giving you the opportunity to spend more time in the great outdoors. 

Family Time

It’s difficult in this modern era for a family to spend quality time together. A motor home gives you the welcome opportunity to come together as a family. You can pack some fun games and your children’s toys, which will give them security in this new holiday experience. You could even broaden your children’s outlook on life by taking them to a campsite. A great deal of these campsites have clubs for children, so you will be able to get time alone with your spouse without having to feel guilty.  

Experience a family holiday you won’t forget by getting in touch with us today. We can provide you with motorhome hire in Scotland. Whether it’s capturing the breathtaking sites of the UK, driving through the Scottish mountains and lakes, or even visiting a charming coastal town, you won’t be disappointed with our motor homes.

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The Essentials for Every Motorhome Holiday

Motorhome holidays are like no other, care-free and relaxed in the comfort of your own little home on wheels. It is a great chance for family bonding, for both large and small families, groups of friends or a romantic getaway for two, it is the ideal escape designed just for you.

So, you’re all packed, maps ready and journey planned, however, here are a few little tips to make sure you have everything to make your motorhome adventure the most enjoyable it can possibly be:

The little things

Your motorhome should be a slightly smaller version of your real abode, with the home comforts and little touches you appreciate personally or as a family. Motorhomes allow you take whatever you wish with you, no luggage restrictions gives you a complete sense of home from home and is a complete blessing when travelling with small children or babies.

Make sure the décor makes you feel relaxed and you enjoy it, a surrounding you do not enjoy will quickly lead to feeling uncomfortable and resulting in cabin fever, every family’s worst nightmare on the road! Cushions, table clothes and knick-knacks are the perfect addition to liven a motorhome up and make it feel warm and cosy. If you have younger children, bring their own duvets and pillows to give them a sense of security and comfort and make sure their favourite toys and books are packed so there will be no tears later down the road.

Favourite foods

Snacks for the journey are a fantastic way to break up long travelling periods and also keep family members happy. Food is the key to any on-road peace and quiet, and bringing along favourite snacks keeps the feeling of home in the air. Cooking on a motorhome can be tricky, but with the right planning and ingredients, meals should be as good as they are at home and everyone can enjoy their favourites. Why not sit down as a family or group before your trip and discuss what meals you are going to make? This includes everybody and makes meal times something to look forward to as everybody has been involved in the planning.

 Rainy day activities

Unless you are travelling somewhere where there is guaranteed sun, it is always a good idea to plan ahead and pack things for a rainy day or two. Rainy days can be a great way to bond a family or group but it can also put people in bad moods and aggravate a small living situation. Games, films, books and board games are great boredom busters and are brilliant to have at the ready, just in case. Although motorhome holidays are usually about going outside and experiencing the great outdoors, staying inside for a day or two in the warmth together can actually be really fun. However, if you have a day pre-planned that a bit of rain won’t get in the way of, make sure to pack the family’s wellies and rain macs and carry on.

 Things in case of an emergency

Make sure to pack everything that you may need in any imaginable circumstance and always plan ahead. Unfortunately, accidents do happen so pack all medications, medicines, an up-to-date first aid kit for any accidents and all driving and vehicle insurance documentation just in case of break downs etc.

Other items you may need: passports, tickets, money/currency, phone/console chargers, alarm clock, batteries and sun/after sun lotions etc.


Here at Rennie Motorhomes, we specialise in providing motorhomes for hire in Scotland offering a wide range of motorhomes for any need or adventure. Whether you are an avid motorhome traveller or wanting to plan your first holiday, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly team today!



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Three Scottish festivals to do in style

Festival season is fast approaching, so time to clean off the wellies and prepare for the amazing weekends in the fields, and what better way to go than in style and comfort. Motorhome hire in Scotland couldn’t be easier, and think of hanging up your dancing shoes and sleeping in a comfy bed after the long festival days. We all deserve a luxury festival experience, and whether you’re a couple or a small party there will be a motor home for you. Here are three Scottish festivals you need to experience!

T in the Park

Scotland’s most famous festival, T in the park is back and celebrating its twentieth year in the beautiful fields of Balado, Kinross-shire. With massive acts playing it’s a festival to do in style and why not go all out with one of our motor homes and live like Kings and Queens of the fields!

Over the weekend of the 11th to 13th of July the headliners include Scottish band Biffy Clyro, Ed Sheeran, Arctic Monkeys and even Paul Weller. Tickets sell fast for under £200 pounds so dig out your wellingtons and enjoy this amazing weekend Scotland has to offer.

Meadows festival

Okay, so the hustle and bustle of the big dog festivals may not be up your street (or field!) or you just fancy checking out a smaller local festival full of undiscovered talent and still want to take the home comforts of a motor home with you. Meadows festival, based in the capital city of Edinburgh, is a perfect escape over the 7th and 8th of June with tonnes of live local music so you can tell everyone ‘I heard them here first!’

Other attractions include kids’ areas, merchandise and info stalls, and plenty of food stalls to feed everyone and all this for FREE admission!



Fancy a different kind of festival and want to feel like you are getting abroad without leaving bonny Scotland? Spread over two of Scotland’s biggest cities, Glasgow and Aberdeen, Oktoberfest takes place over two long weekends in October and pays homage to the German festival. With quality beer flowing and the traditional German music to dance to, you’ll feel like you’re in Munich, if you can ignore the accent of course.

Costing only a few pounds admission a day, you might want to invest in hiring some lederhosen to really get into the spirit of things!


It’s time to get excited for the summer; prepare yourself and your friends for some luxury festival experiences with motorhome hire in Scotland. Have fun being the Kings and Queens of the festivals!

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The Essential UK Road Trip

The UK is full of fabulous locations, and you could spend a lifetime and more exploring this incredible nation fully. The biggest benefit of a motorhome is the mobility that it provides; the ability to visit as many different locations as you want in one trip is very freeing. Here at Rennie Motorhomes, we offer motorhome rental in Scotland, and fully appreciate the unique and incredible experience that is presented by this form of travel. With this in mind, we have put together a little guide that covers what we consider to be the ultimate UK road trip. Based on a fourteen day trip, this road trip takes in some of Britain’s most beautiful, interesting and picturesque locations.


You may ask ‘why Aberdeen?’ Well, firstly because we are based in Aberdeen, so you can pick your fantastic motorhome up from us as the first location on your trip. Secondly is the fact that Aberdeen is an incredible city, with a rich history.

Not to be missed in Aberdeen

Aberdeen Art Gallery – modest looks disguise a gallery that is dripping with quality art.


The jewel in the Scottish crown is one of the most beautifully interesting cities in Europe, let alone the UK. Whatever you are looking for, Edinburgh has you covered, and all is set against the historical backdrop that is Edinburgh castle.

Not to be missed in Edinburgh

The aforementioned castle is an incredible day out that really shouldn’t be skipped.


Crossing over into England, you will not be far from one of the north east’s most interesting locations; Newcastle is the perfect place to take in some shopping. A day in Newcastle is a day that is hard not to enjoy; there is just such a wealth of things to do that the difficulty only lies in the choice.

Not to be missed in Newcastle

The Angel of the North – taking a little time to stand underneath this incredible structure gives you a real appreciation for the engineering involved.


The setting of Bram Stoker’s famous Dracula is far less spooky during the day, as it is an idyllic fishing village that really is one of the best coastal locations in Britain. One of the real highlights of Whitby is the incredible array of fresh seafood that is on offer in the selection of restaurants.

Not to be missed in Whitby

A fishing trip – Whitby is famed throughout the country for the quality and abundance of fish nearby, so a day spent holding a rod is a great way to enjoy Whitby.


Heading inland a little will take you to the incredible city of York. To list the things to do in York is an epic task that would run into the thousands. The best thing to do is to simply explore the incredible history of the city, and make sure that you take as many photos as possible.

Not to be missed in York

The railway museum is a unique attraction that is perfect for kids from 2 to 92.


The home of one of the world’s most famous and prestigious universities is also home to a wealth of activities, making it an incredible place to visit. If you are bored of history, then worry not, as a day spent at the local amusement park is sure to get your pulse going.

Not to be missed in Cambridge

The University Museum of Zoology – whether you are a lover of science, animals or simply appreciate the aesthetically pleasing, you are sure to find plenty to amuse you here.


Need we really say any more about the capital? An incredibly exciting city that always has something interesting just around the corner. London’s selection of beautiful parks are inspirational places to spend time, and will give you chance to relax and catch your breath.

Not to be missed in London

If you enjoy theatre then a trip London’s theatre district is sure to be the perfect place to catch the latest and greatest live action.


Plymouth is one of the warmest places in the British Isles, so it stands to reason that you will want to spend the day outside. The good news is that a walk around the grounds of one of Plymouth’s famous stately homes will allow you to take in all the picturesque floral adornments that the British summer brings.

Not to be missed in Plymouth

The National Marine Aquarium – there aren’t many places where you can stand inches away from sharks whilst feeling safe, so this is a must for any animal lover.


Bristol was recently voted Britain’s most pleasant city to live in, and when you arrive you will easily see why. Even the bridge into Bristol (the Clifton Suspension Bridge) is an incredible sight to behold, and it is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this amazing city.

Not to be missed in Bristol

SS Great Britain – Any history lover will appreciate this epic feat of engineering.


A quick trip over into Wales reveals a seaside town that is unlike any other; the incredible view out to sea is best complemented by the azure sky of summer. Turn away from the sea though, and you will find that the view inland is equally epic, and the hillside railway is an incredible spectacle.

Not to be missed in Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth Castle – Perched atop a hill, this incredible castle is the perfect plateau for looking out over the incredible scenery.


The 2008 City of Culture has lost none of its appeal, and remains a must-visit location for any explorer of Britain. The musical history of Liverpool continues to be crafted, and any music lover will find a gig or event to keep them entertained.

Not to be missed in Liverpool

The Beatles Story – An incredible look into the lives and work of one of the world’s most famous bands.


Blackpool receives a lot of unfair negative press, but with recent and extensive rebuilds to the promenade, and continued investment, Blackpool is a truly interesting place to spend time. Whether you explore one of Blackpool’s paid attractions or simply take a walk down the promenade, you are sure to enjoy yourself.

Not to be missed in Blackpool

Blackpool Pleasure Beach – One of the country’s most famous theme parks is a sure-fire hit for any thrill seeker.


The Lake District is often named as one of Europe’s most picturesque locations, and Ambleside is right at the heart of this incredible area. A day on the lake or a day by the lake are both equally fun for all the family.

Not to be missed in Ambleside

The local mountains are just heavenly for any hiker, and there are routes for all grades of competence.


Glasgow is another British city that receives some negative press, but if you venture into the city you will find out that it is an incredible city full of culture and history. There are several art galleries and museums that will allow you to explore the incredible history of this city.

Not to be missed in Glasgow

Glasgow Cathedral – A building of truly epic proportions, and a very fitting end to this incredible trip.

We hope you enjoyed this guide to the UK, and will pay a visit to some (or all) of these brilliant, vibrant and interesting locations soon. If you think that a stop every day is too much, then feel free to use this guide as a checklist that you can take as long as you want to complete.

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