Caledonian Classics is located in central Scotland, just 40 minutes from Edinburgh airport and one hour from Glasgow. Our nearest train stations are Stirling and Dunfermline, both fifteen minutes drive away.
Our home and base at Dollar in Clackmannanshire is also the site of our four star bed and breakfast business, Kennels Cottage. Staying with us can be the ideal start and end points for a touring holiday anywhere in Scotland, Some of the most open, drivable roads in the world, perfect for classic cars start right on our doorstep!
Whether you take the high road or the low road, the ease of driving in Scotland creates an opportunity for you to take one of our classic cars and see everything from ancient ruins and famous castles in Edinburgh, Stirling and Balmoral, to quaint east coast fishing villages, equally steeped in history.
From St Andrews, the home of golf, head north through atmospheric glens where battles were fought to snow capped mountain ranges and famous lochs. Or travel to the pretty west coast and its islands you have heard about in ancient songs such as Mull, Arran and Skye. And don´t forget the famous malt whisky trail!
Finally, on your travels take the time to enjoy splendid true Scottish food such as Loch Fyne oysters, mussels, langoustines and scallops, magnificent wild salmon and Aberdeen Angus beef.
Vintage Classics is located in Wiltshire, a beautiful part of the West Country on the southern edge of the idyllic Cotswolds, close to the beautiful and historic Georgian City of Bath and within easy reach of Somerset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire and Dorset.
Just ten miles from Junction 17 of the M4 Motorway and a little over an hour from London Paddington, Vintage Classics is close to countryside designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and we have three world heritage sites on our doorstep. Furthermore, there are many fine hotels and B&Bs in the region.
Marvel at the gloriously quintessential English countryside at its very best and explore it by taking a leisurely drive in one of our splendid classic cars.
Take in the scenic views at Cheddar Gorge or the ancient stones of Stonehenge and Avebury. Visit the mystical Tor at Glastonbury and maybe stop in a picturesque Cotswold village for a cream tea.
A visit to Wiltshire should also include the National Trust villages of Lacock and Castle Combe used by many film and TV productions including Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice and the BBC drama, Cranford.
Spoil your partner with one of our romantic break packages, or stay on a working farm and enjoy a real farmhouse breakfast, or how about an excellent B&B in Lacock, situated just a short stroll from several fine pubs and restaurants.
Vintage Classics can offer you an outstanding location, superb classics cars and an experience to remember forever.
Kirkby Lonsdale is an ideal base for touring the Lake District,Yorkshire Dales or Ribble Valley. Easily accessed off the M6 at j36 or alternatively the West Coast Mainline stations of Lancaster and Oxenholme are ideal if you decide to use the train.
Many people have tried to capture the beauty and alluring nature of this area. Poets, artists, photographers and visitors continue to capture the changing moods in the landscape.
From Ruskins View in Kirkby Lonsdale (not to mention Devils Bridge)to the many Lakes and Mountains, Fells, streams or becks, lush green fields and dry stone walls.
There are subtle changes in the land formations as you tour different areas, the Dales offers dramatic limestone features and many market towns filled with character and charm.
All of this is simply the perfect landscape to drive a classic (open top optional) car. Get back to the real driving experience.
Northumbria Classics are based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, close to the picturesque counties of Northumberland and Durham. Easily accessible via the A1 M motorway, by train to Newcastle Central or plane to Newcastle International Airport. If you are a visitor from Scandinavia/Holland/Belgium/Germany we are located just 10 miles from North Shields DFDS ferry service (Imjuiden- Amsterdam).
We have a superb range of classic cars for self-drive hire and film/studio work. Northumberland is the northernmost county in England and the most remote. The country lanes and B roads take you back to driving in the 1950s, with very little traffic amidst beautiful and varied scenery.
The attractions are many and varied: Lindisfarne, Hadrianís Wall, 30 miles of beautiful coastline, and more castles than any other county in England including Alnwick, Bamburgh, Warkworth, Dunstanburgh and Chillingham.
Only just over an hour from the Scottish Border region driving through the Cheviots and Northumberland National Park.
Durham city, to the south is dominated by the magnificent Norman cathedral and is the gateway to the Durham Dales and the North Pennine National Park. We are within 30 minutes of The Beamish museum which hosts many historic vehicle events.
Whether you want to enjoy the fantastic countryside or coastline, plan a trip from Castle to Castle, or visit the many country houses and villages then Northumbria Classic Car hire can help you ensure you have a memorable time in one of our superb classics.