Glasgow City Centre
Glasgow Depot Location
Our vehicle depot is situated in the heart of Glasgow City Centre. We are the only Campervan and Motorhome Hire company that has a base in Glasgow City Centre.
We can offer collections and returns between 8am and 6pm, every day of the week.
Glasgow is a perfect location to start or end your holiday. With a fantastic road network and easy access in all directions, it is ideal for the touring holiday. Loch Lomond is 30 minutes away and you could be cruising through Glencoe in less than 2 hours. From there the west coast and the outer islands await you.
If you decide to collect or return your campervan hire or motorhome rental in Glasgow then we are very well placed. We are 5-10 minutes walk from the 2 main train stations (Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street). We are also 2 minutes walk from the nearest rail station (Anderston). We also run a shuttle service to and from Glasgow Airport.
Edinburgh Airport Arrival or Departure?
If you are arriving or departing from Edinburgh Airport and wish to eliminate the vehicle delivery or return charge then we can recommend the CityAir regular bus service. It costs £11 per person, departs every 30 minutes and take 60 minutes to take you direct to Edinburgh Airport terminal. The bus station is a 15 minute walk, or 5 minute taxi ride from Atlas.
Campsites Near our Glasgow Depot
Here is a list of recommended local campsites. Perfect for 1st or last night stop overs. Click here
We have a secure parking area. If you wish to leave your car with us we have free parking. Please arrange when booking.
Overnight Camping at our Glasgow Depot
We have a limited number of overnight pitches at our depot. This can be helpful if you have a late vehicle collection or you need to return your vehicle early in the day. Ask us about booking a pitch before or after you have made your reservation. A small fee will apply.
Telephone: +44(0)141 374 2126 Email: email@example.com To see the largest range of campervans and motorhomes for hire in Scotland click here