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Things to do in Ayrshire

With summer fast approaching, there are so many holiday options available.  For many, a staycation is one of the most appealing in the world’s current turbulent state.  We live in a very beautiful country and a motorhome holiday is the perfect opportunity to see what our home turf has to offer. At BC Motorhomes, we[…]


Ayrshire & Arran

Ayrshire & Arran Lying to the south west of Glasgow you will find rolling hills, varied coastline and island escapes combine with a rich creative heritage and an extensive natural larder. This region is easy to get to and can be enjoyed by car, train and bus. Catch the ferry journey to the Isle of[…]


Argyll & The Isles

Argyll & The Isles Start island adventures, explore nature reserves teeming with wildlife and uncover histories of ancient kings and past civilisations. Argyll & The Isles is within easy reach of Glasgow either by road, rail or bus as well as ferry links from central Scotland. Take a Caledonian MacBrayne ferry from either Oban or Kennacraig to one[…]


Dundee & Angus

Dundee & Angus Come and explore the pretty towns, nature reserves, historic castles and golf links courses of Angus. Visit Dundee, one of Scotland’s seven cities, where you’ll discover amazing museums, attractions and a rich industrial heritage. Explore the coastal towns of the region around Carnoustie, stroll along the soft sands or play a round on the[…]


Edinburgh & The Lothians

Edinburgh & The Lothians Take time to soak up Scotland’s capital and take in the amazing sights and attractions. Only an hour from Glasgow with excellent public transport links, head to Edinburgh & The Lothians to see some of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks, uncover history and experience the festival atmosphere. Every summer Edinburgh transforms into a[…]


Loch Lomond, Trossachs & Forth Valley

  Loch Lomond, Trossachs & Forth Valley Lying only 30 minutes away from Glasgow, discover an enchanting region renowned for stunning natural landscapes of tranquil lochs, high peaks and deep forests. Visit Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley to explore Scotland’s first National Park, hear tales of folklore and Scottish icons and visit[…]


Glasgow to Edinburgh & Beyond

  Glasgow to Edinburgh & Beyond Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city, and has many historical points of interest and places to visit, most notably Edinburgh Castle, the iconic Scottish Parliament, the refurbished National Museum of Scotland, the Royal Yacht Britannia and Edinburgh Zoo. From Glasgow Glasgow is a short 40 minute journey from Ayr on[…]


Ayr to Dumfries

  Picturesque Ayr is in the heart of Burns Country, and this 96 mile journey leads into the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway. Leaving Ayr Leaving Ayr on the A713 towards Doon Valley, you pass Loch Doon, and follow into the rolling countryside of the Galloway Forest, including Loch Ken. Castle Douglas Shortly after[…]