Campervan Hire Borders

Many visitors make a beeline for the islands and the Highlands, often ignoring the relatively undiscovered Scottish Borders in favour of driving north. The Scottish Borders are not abuzz with crowds, and bagpipes. Instead, the land abounds with rolling countryside and rich heritage- ideal for a campervan holiday. Rumble across stunning sceneries and uncover ancient ruins like crumbling abbeys, timeworn castles, and stately homes. Step back in time at Jedburgh Abbey, and explore the stone display and aromatic gardens of the 9th-century construction. Try your hand at tomahawk throwing, or head to Melrose Abbey in hopes of locating the heart of Robert the Bruce. Dine at Dalhousie Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in Scotland or observe soaring seabirds St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve. Rumble from rural villages to the coast in your cosy camper hire, and enjoy some of the most scenic wild camping locations around. Speak directly to our private campervan owners in across the Scottish Borders including Galashiels, Hawick, Peebles, Selkirk, and Kelso.

  • Duns Castle
    • Name:Borders
    • Pop:115,27
    • Photo Credit:Rich Tea
    • Description: Duns Castle
    • Lat Long:55.5486° N, 2.7861° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Borders

    • Galashiels Golf Course This is a view of the holes by the clubhouse (on the right) from Buckholm Hill in the adjoining square. The figures on the right are approaching the 2nd green, the figures in the middle are on the 1st tee, and the figures on the left are on the 8th green. Club members were playing in the March medal (01/03/08) on the course as an 18 hole layout for the final time. Rising costs and dwindling members have forced club officials to reduce the course from 18 to 9 holes. The club took over the running of the course in 1992 from the former Ettrick and Lauderdale District Council, but membership numbers have fallen over the last 10 years and fewer youngsters are taking up the game. The holes from the 10th to the 16th on the high part of the course on Blaikie's Hill will be made redundant and holes 17 and 18 will become 8 and 9. Players will commence rounds at the 3rd hole with holes 1 and 2 likely to be used as practice facilities. The club was founded in 1884 as a 9 hol
      • Name:Galashiels
      • Pop: 14,994
      • Photo Credit: Walter Baxter
      • Description:Galashiels Golf Course This is a view of the holes by the clubhouse (on the right) from Buckholm Hill in the adjoining square. The figures on the right are approaching the 2nd green, the figures in the middle are on the 1st tee, and the figures on the left are on the 8th green. Club members were playing in the March medal (01/03/08) on the course as an 18 hole layout for the final time. Rising costs and dwindling members have forced club officials to reduce the course from 18 to 9 holes. The club took over the running of the course in 1992 from the former Ettrick and Lauderdale District Council, but membership numbers have fallen over the last 10 years and fewer youngsters are taking up the game. The holes from the 10th to the 16th on the high part of the course on Blaikie's Hill will be made redundant and holes 17 and 18 will become 8 and 9. Players will commence rounds at the 3rd hole with holes 1 and 2 likely to be used as practice facilities. The club was founded in 1884 as a 9 hol
      • Lat Long:55.6237° N, 2.8144° W,

      Galashiels

    • View from the B6399, about 8 miles south of Hawick. Scottish Borders, Scotland.
      • Name:Hawick
      • Pop: 14,294
      • Photo Credit: Postdlf
      • Description:View from the B6399, about 8 miles south of Hawick. Scottish Borders, Scotland.
      • Lat Long:55.4271° N, 2.7809° W,

      Hawick

    • A view over Peebles, Borders, Scotland, from one of several access routes to nearby Cademuir Hill.
      • Name:Peebles
      • Pop: 8,376
      • Photo Credit: Viewfinder
      • Description:A view over Peebles, Borders, Scotland, from one of several access routes to nearby Cademuir Hill.
      • Lat Long:55.6531° N, 3.1936° W,

      Peebles

    • Selkirk town centre Viewed in late December from the hillside to the east of Haining Loch.
      • Name:Selkirk
      • Pop: 5,784
      • Photo Credit: Walter Baxter
      • Description:Selkirk town centre Viewed in late December from the hillside to the east of Haining Loch.
      • Lat Long:2.8385° W, 2.8385° W,

      Selkirk

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