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Campervan & motorhome hire in Edinburgh

In Scotland, you can use your campervan to explore the Lochs and the Glens and really get off the beaten track. Scotland has some really wild and varied scenery. You'll find it hard to put your camera down!

Edinburgh is famous for its castle which is perched on top of an extinct volcano. There's plenty to do in Scotland's capital city from climbing "Arthur's Seat" (a hill in the city with spectacular views) to having a go at playing the bagpipes. Those bagpipes are harder to play than they look!

Pretty much everywhere north of Edinburgh is sparsely populated and beautiful. On the west coast, you'll find an array of wildlife including whales, basking sharks and sea eagles. You may even encounter a Royal Navy submarine near the Isle of Skye.

Spaceships Rentals depot address in Edinburgh

East Mains Industrial Estate
13 Tartraven Place,
EH52 5LT


Email: please use the online contact form to shoot your message at the speed of light to our customer service inbox

Getting to the Spaceships Edinburgh branch

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


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.


There is on-street parking close to the Edinburgh branch on the Industrial Estate we are located. However, parking here is at your own risk. Please note, no vehicles must be parked in our car park as this space is required to rotate our Spaceships between pick ups and drop offs and any vehicle left there may block this.

The nearest secure long stay car park is at Edinburgh Airport.

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Covid Promise

Our Covid Promise means you can book your Spaceships campervan or motorhome with complete confidence and peace of mind.

The Spaceships Covid Promise includes:

  • Deposit Guarantee – you’ll never lose your deposit
  • Lift-Off delay - If Covid-19 restrictions mean you can’t travel, re-schedule your booking free of charge
  • Free re-schedule before collection if UK Government Covid restrictions are imposed
  • Free cancellation up to 14 days prior to collection with full credit voucher or refund if UK Government Covid restrictions are imposed

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Book with confidence! We also have contactless pick-up/drop-off and safety guidelines in place covering vehicle cleaning, booking, handover, collection and drop-off.

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.