Highland Caterham Hire
Highland Caterham Hire offers you the opportunity to self drive hire an iconic British sports car, the Caterham Seven. Additionally, chauffeur driven days / tours, gift vouchers and wedding use are all catered for. For 2014 we will be operating 3 or 4 of the Roadsport SV models so as to offer customers the maximum room and comfort combined with tremendous performance courtesy of the 140 bhp K series engines. Additionally we are delighted to be able to offer a CSR200.
We are based in the beautiful county of Moray, near Elgin, and ideally situated to allow you easy access to the best driving roads and scenery that Scotland has to offer. Should you wish to explore beyond the wonders of Scotland then the cars are available for European tours.
The combination of the car, the quiet roads and stunning scenery mean that FUN is assured. It may be you and your passenger grinning from cheek to cheek or some lucky and deserving sole that has received a Highland Caterham Hire Gift Voucher from you?
We are served by excellent transport links from across the UK and beyond via road, rail and air. Inverness and Aberdeen airports both offer frequent, affordable flights from many key UK and European cities.
Please feel free to browse your way through our website, using the tabs at the top of the page. Should your interest develop into wishing to know more about what we offer, or make a booking, then please get in touch with us via phone or email as per the "contact" tab.
The cars can be enjoyed as a "self drive", hired by persons aged 25 to 75 inclusive (subject to certain licence restrictions) or chauffeur driven. We can also normally arrange insurance for 24 year olds, but without guarantee!
Once a booking is made, start readying yourself for significant "Smiles per gallon"!!
You may wish to see our Trip Advisor reviews at Open Road Caterham Hire.
Looking forward to helping you have FUN in the Highlands or wherever you wish to venture.
Boyd and Di
By Keith Savage of Travelling Savage travel blog - extracted from his "Looking at the tree tops" blog.The Caterham 7 was moving fast. Colors and recognizable physical objects became blurry streaks, and I half-hoped half-fretted that we were about to enter Hyperspace. I don’t know much about classic cars, but I know when I’m strapped into engineering greatness. I shouted several giddy ...Read More