Take The Slow Road: Scotland by Martin Dorey

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Prepare to slow down with Martin Dorey's latest guide to taking the slow road in Scotland. With 25 driving routes ranging from 1-8 days in length, this guide will take you, slowly, all over Scotland, from the Highlands to the Scottish Islands and everywhere in between. 

Build your perfect road trip around Scotland

Rather than being written as driving directions, each tour is more like a journal entry recalling the sights, smells and sounds from each place. There is beautiful colour photography throughout showing the best views, flora and fauna or just Martin and his friends and family enjoying the ride. The style and layout of this guide make it a pleasure to read as well as being a practical guide to use on a driving holiday in Scotland.

Each driving route has a beautifully illustrated map showing the route in red. Campsites, viewpoints and other attractions are also detailed on the map with quirky drawings and handwritten markers. The summary at the beginning of each route includes a brief description of the tour and why its special, the number of miles and days needed to explore, start and end points and the relevant OS Landranger map numbers are also provided.

Places to stay and things to do in Scotland

With each route Dorey has recommended campsites, campervan hire companies and nearby activities and attractions.

Enhance your Scottish holiday

With more than 100 days of travel possible using this guide, you wouldn't need anything else to have a fabulous road trip in Scotland. But used in conjunction with a tourist information guide like the AA Guide to Scotland, the Michelin Green Guide for Scotland or the Charles Tait guides, you can plan an extended trip around the whole country or a specific region of Scotland.

Where to camp in Scotland

If you want more campsite options than the few provided in this guide, have a look at Sea View Camping Scotland or the AA Caravan and Camping Guide UK.

 

Key Features

  • 25 driving routes around Scotland, including the Highlands and Islands of Barra, Lewis, Harris and Skye
  • Hand-drawn, quirky maps of each route with viewpoints and campsites marked
  • Beautiful photography and well-written descriptions that will inspire you to hop in the van and drive
  • Recommended campsites and sights and attractions in each area
  • OS map numbers provided for each route
  • Equally pleasurable to read in bed as it is practical to use on the road

Who Should Buy?

Tourers, would-be campervanners, armchair travellers and Scotland enthusiasts looking to plan or vicariously experience a driving holiday in Scotland.

Martin Dorey fans who love his passion for campervanning, motorhoming, the UK and living life to the full.

Prepare to slow down with Martin Dorey's latest guide to taking the slow road in Scotland. With 25 driving routes ranging from 1-8 days in length, this guide will take you, slowly, all over Scotland, from the Highlands to the Scottish Islands and everywhere in between. 

Build your perfect road trip around Scotland

Rather than being written as driving directions, each tour is more like a journal entry recalling the sights, smells and sounds from each place. There is beautiful colour photography throughout showing the best views, flora and fauna or just Martin and his friends and family enjoying the ride. The style and layout of this guide make it a pleasure to read as well as being a practical guide to use on a driving holiday in Scotland.

Each driving route has a beautifully illustrated map showing the route in red. Campsites, viewpoints and other attractions are also detailed on the map with quirky drawings and handwritten markers. The summary at the beginning of each route includes a brief description of the tour and why its special, the number of miles and days needed to explore, start and end points and the relevant OS Landranger map numbers are also provided.

Places to stay and things to do in Scotland

With each route Dorey has recommended campsites, campervan hire companies and nearby activities and attractions.

Enhance your Scottish holiday

With more than 100 days of travel possible using this guide, you wouldn't need anything else to have a fabulous road trip in Scotland. But used in conjunction with a tourist information guide like the AA Guide to Scotland, the Michelin Green Guide for Scotland or the Charles Tait guides, you can plan an extended trip around the whole country or a specific region of Scotland.

Where to camp in Scotland

If you want more campsite options than the few provided in this guide, have a look at Sea View Camping Scotland or the AA Caravan and Camping Guide UK.

 

  • 25 driving routes around Scotland, including the Highlands and Islands of Barra, Lewis, Harris and Skye
  • Hand-drawn, quirky maps of each route with viewpoints and campsites marked
  • Beautiful photography and well-written descriptions that will inspire you to hop in the van and drive
  • Recommended campsites and sights and attractions in each area
  • OS map numbers provided for each route
  • Equally pleasurable to read in bed as it is practical to use on the road

Tourers, would-be campervanners, armchair travellers and Scotland enthusiasts looking to plan or vicariously experience a driving holiday in Scotland.

Martin Dorey fans who love his passion for campervanning, motorhoming, the UK and living life to the full.

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