Is it safe to travel with children in a Motorhome?
All children less 125cm and 22kg should travel in a car safety seat. We offer Child Safety Seats in our optional extras and will request weigh & height information of the child so that we can offer the correct seat.
As far as possible children should sit in the forward facing seats of the Motorhome in the correct safety seat for their size.
We offer bed rails for younger children at bed time, some models of Motorhome have these available as standard, please ask if you are unsure.
Do you allow dogs (pets)?
Yes, we currently have two pet friendly Motorhomes, please contact us for availability.
Due to allergies dogs are not allowed in all of our Motorhomes.
What does Fully Equipped really mean?
We describe our Motorhomes as fully equipped that means we think we have included everything that we think that you may need.
Things like -
Kitchen Equipment: - cutlery, crockery, mugs, glasses, utensils (including scissors, corkscrew, tin opener, peeler), measuring jug, colander, pans, frying pan, gas kettle, electric kettle & toaster.
Cleaning Equipment - washing up liquid, dish towel, cleaning cloths, cleaning spray, toilet chemical, dust pan and broom.
Outdoor Equipment - outdoor table and chairs, levelling blocks, hook-ip cable, water hose.
How do I book campsites?
The Motorhome is a member of the The Camping and Caravanning Club.
Book your campsite by simply calling their service centre on 024 7647 5426 for Club Sites or 024 7647 3008 for the Camping in the Forest sites and let the advisor know that you are booking under the Privilege Scheme. A minimal deposit will be taken and upon arrival at the Club Site, your due balance will be discounted accordingly on presentation of the Privilege key fob on the Motorhome’s keys. Alternatively, you can make a non-member booking online and follow the same process.
Do all Motorhomes have a Bike Rack?
No but a Bike Rack is available on some Motorhomes.
When booking online a Bike Rack is included in the price of the Wallace with Bike Rack and Bruce with Bike Rack.
A Bike Rack is an Optional Extra (subject to availability) on the following models -
- Munro De Luxe
- Munro De Luxe Automatic
The bike racks are able to carry a maximum combined weight of 60kg.
What are "Hook-ups"?
Hook -ups is the term used to describe the plug and cable that connect the Motorhome to the mains electricity supply on a campsite.
Is it difficult to hook-up the Motorhome?
No, it is not difficult to do, we will demonstrate this to you when we handover the Motorhome.
Is the Motorhome transmission Automatic or Manual?
We have a selection of manual and automatic transmission Motorhomes.
Automatic Motorhomes are -
Wallace Plus Auto
Munro Plus Auto
Munro De Luxe Auto
Are the Motorhomes right-hand drive?
Yes, all our Motorhomes and Campervans are right hand-drive. We sometimes use the manufacturer's images, we are sorry if this caused any confusion.
Do any of the Motorhomes have ISO-Fix for child safety seats?
No none of our Motorhomes have ISO-Fix.
We do offer the rental child safety seats as an optional extra, these can be secured with the lap and diagonal belts.
What is the length of the Campervan or Motorhome?
Our Motorhomes vary in length depending on the model.
If you are booking a campsite or ferry please check with our office for information relating to your specific booking.
As a guide -
Outlander Premium 5.3m
MacBeth Auto Range from 6m to 6.4m
Wallace Compact 5.95m
Munro De Luxe 6.5m
Munro De Luxe Auto 7m
(All lengths exclude Bike Racks if applicable)
How much diesel mileage does a Motorhome get?
Motorhomes usually achieve approximately 25 miles per gallon. This will vary depending on the Motorhome load and driving speed.
Are Motorhomes difficult to drive?
No, Motorhomes are not difficult to operate. They are usually pretty similar to cars except that they are a little bit higher in their centre of gravity and it takes them longer to accelerate or decelerate.
What if my Motorhome breaks down?
- Our Motorhomes are all regularly serviced and maintained in the unlikely event that the Motorhome breaks down please call our office immediately on 0141 773 1212.
- Please notify our office before approving of any repairs or towing. If our office has not approved repair costs, you may not be reimbursed these.
What if I want to extend my holiday while I am on the road?
Extended days are subject to availability and require approval from our office.
What if we have to cut our holiday short? Will we get our money refunded?
No. Whilst we are very concerned with our client's well being, we recommend purchasing travel insurance.
Motorhome in Winter Months
A Motorhome is very cosy and from Autumn through to Spring the colours in Scotland and scenery is wonderful.
We want all of our clients to enjoy their Motorhome holiday regardless of the time of year but when heading off during the winter months you need to safeguard yourself from low temperatures.
When the temperature inside the Motorhome drops below 5 degrees the systems will protect themselves by shutting down and releasing all on board water.
We recommend that you stay on a campsite for a few reasons you will have access to a Motorhome Service Point where you can replenish fresh water, safely dispose of chemical toilet waste and drain off the grey water waster tank. Campsites may have an electric hook up at your pitch as an additional source of power and most have toilet and shower facility blocks.