Love the Formula 1 then why not watch it in style and live close to the action in your own Motorhome, whether as a family or entertaining clients it’s the perfect way to travel. Silverstone has been on the go for more than 60 years and has carved its mark as one of the leading motorsport venues, creating a powerful heritage around the world. Internationally renowned as the host of the world class events. Silverstone is also famed for its exhilarating driving experiences, corporate entertainment and prestigious conference facilities.
The UK and Scotland are very well know around the world for its great shooting days and events whether it be driven shoots or Clays you’re after hiring a Motorhome is the perfect way to relax and enjoy your sport, no more worries about where to stay, enjoy your shooting and just drive to your next day’s location.
The UK and Scotland provide some of the finest angling available anywhere in the world. Between March and October, both Salmon and Sea Trout are available on the Lower Oykel, Upper Cassley and Balnagown Rivers, whilst the abidance of the hill lochs throughout the UK yield sufficient Brown and Rainbow Trout to satisfy the most ardent of fly fishing enthusiasts. If fly fishing is your interest, this too can be done off the coasts of Easter Ross and the Black Isle.
The birth place of golf, the UK has some of the most impressive and challenging courses in the world, come and take the trip in one of our Motorhomes and see how much more pleasure its adds to your game. Whether you want to play or just go and watch some of the pro’s, this is the way to go.
Why go abroad when the seasons here in the UK are getting back to what they were 20 years ago, if the weather is good you will not find better skiing anywhere in Europe. Come and try your skills on the Scottish mountains in one of our Motorhomes, our Motorhomes all have heating inside so go out on the slopes, leave the heating on low and return to a nice cozy seat and have a cup of tea or a beer if you’re not driving!!
Scotland has a long tradition and history of Highland Games where Clans would compete against each other in sporting events. Early Celts viewed such events as war games where their strongest and bravest soldiers would win the games.
Some say that Highland Games originated as a clan chieftain’s way of choosing the best bodyguards and the fittest fighters. Not all the chief’s requirements were warlike – musicians and dancers were important for the prestige of his household. Choosing staff and supporters was done by holding competitions – good runners for couriers, strong men for defence and a range of entertainers to amuse them during the winter evenings. Many events at today’s Highland Games still use items which would have been part of everyday life in the Highlands of old eg. round stones from river beds probably provided the original shot-putts while a Scots pine trunk shorn of its branches is still the caber as tossed today. Many of these traditions can still be seen in Highland Games today however they are now much more sociable and fun events celebrated worldwide. Motor homing is a great way to relax and enjoy the weekend’s events.
There’s some great walking to be had in the UK. On the lowlands inland, combine walking and whisky along the gentle Speyside Way: no trail anywhere passes more distilleries than this one. Of the other big rivers, the Dee was developed as walking country by Queen Victoria and has just got better ever since. Quiet Donside is noted for its seven distinctly different castles. Lots of other great places to walk in the hughlands, come and see, you will be amazed by the scenery.