Our motorhome road trip in Scotland drew to a close with another day of incredible adventures, finding lots of things to do in Loch Lomond. We breakfasted with the ducks, on the shores of Loch Lomond, where we parked up our Bunkcampers motorhome at Luss Camping and Caravan Site. Next we walked into the pretty village of Luss – where the exterior shots in Take The High Road were filmed – and took a boat cruise to Inchcailloch an uninhabited island and nature reserve in the loch. Then we had dinner back in Luss at family friendly cafe The Village Rest, before stories and snuggles in the motorhome. I will share a few photos and then the video, because this is a day I captured most fully on film.
I remember writing as I posted the picture above on instagram that I would miss the view of my kids sleeping. I loved the closeness the motorhome gave us. The sense of our adventures being just about our little family unit. I loved being on the go and the constant passing of dramatic scenery. I loved snuggles and sleepy kids, singing and excited kids looking out the windows. I can’t recommend this holiday enough.
It was with heavy hearts we set off to return our bunk camper to Edinburgh.
Read about our first stop at Loch Ness Shores, our journey to Skye via Eileen Donan Castle, our Day on Skye at Neist Point and the Fairy Caves or our otherworldly adventures in Glencoe. I’ve blogged for Visit Scotland about our favourite moments and shared my 10 tips for a happy family motorhome road trip over on Space In Your Case.