Scotland Campervan & Motorhome Hire

Campervan rental in Scotland has really grown in popularity in recent years as tourists want to get off the beaten track and get in amongst the stunning scenery. Edinburgh is a great place from which to explore Scotland by campervan. With excellent road connections from our depot you can be in the Scottish Highlands in an hour or set out on your own Spaceships road trip along the North Coast 500, over 500 miles of coastal scenery around the north of Scotland.

Spaceships Edinburgh: campervan & motorhome hire

Our Edinburgh branch has a convenient location being close to the motorways, with good road and rail links to Edinburgh City Centre and Airport.

  • our nearest bus stop is under a 1 minute walk
  • 10 mins by taxi from Edinburgh Airport (Roughly £9 by Uber/Taxi)
  • 16 minutes by bus from Edinburgh International Airport 
  • 37 minutes from Central Edinburgh by bus
  • Under 5 mins away from M8 and M9

 

Spaceships Edinburgh branch address

East Mains Industrial Estate
13 Tartraven Place,
Broxburn
EH52 5LT

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Map: Spaceships Edinburgh

 

Getting to Spaceships Edinburgh

From Edinburgh Airport   

  1. 600 bus (direction Whitburn/Livingston)) from Edinburgh Airport (Stand E)
  2. Get off at 'Old Liston Road' stop (towards Spaceships) at Luxury Car village (next to Mercedes-Benz garage)
  3. Get on bus 24, 25, 275, X17 or X18 to Dunnet Way bus stop

From Central Edinburgh  

Bus 24, 25, 275, X17 or X18 - Princes street stop PQ, next to Waverley station

All buses stop at the same stop near Spaceships Edinburgh. The stop name is Dunnet Way Press the bell to get off after you see the Shell petrol station with a Starbucks and Greggs on your right. From the bus stop across the road and walk up Dunnet Way then spaceships will be on your 2nd left. More info about public transport to go from Edinburgh city centre or the airport to the Spaceships depot in Edinburgh.

List of top 5 places to visit in Scotland in your campervan

  1. Have a lookout for the famous Monster as you drive the north shore of Loch Ness
  2. Get your camera ready for the view at Ardnamurchan Beach on Scotland's rugged west coast
  3. Step back in time as you explore Urquhart Castle in the Scottish Highlands
  4. Take the bridge across to the Isle of Skye for some of Scotland's most breathtaking scenery
  5. Learn the mysteries behind whisky production at one of Scotland's many distilleries

Or check out our travel blog for more Scotland tips and suggested itineraries.

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