This is England
Motorhome Hire England
When it comes to motorhome hire, England is a great place to visit and has a history and heritage to be proud of. There are fantastic museums and galleries all over the country. It is also famous for its beautiful countryside. You can head to Stonehenge to view the prehistoric stone circles, visit traditional pubs for an ale and a tasty meal or even go and see a football match in Manchester or Liverpool.
The main focus of visiting England is the capital city of London but do not miss the beautiful natural beaches on the south coast or the character of the Norfolk Broads.
We will arrange your sightseeing and activities including walking, sightseeing, excursions, attractions, theatre, wine and food.
Experience Bath, Bristol and Somerset
We recommend that you pay a visit to Bath. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its Georgian architecture and boutique shopping. It has a fantastic city centre and is also the only place in the UK where you can bathe in naturally hot spa water. Bath is surrounded by beautiful countryside and World Famous Heritage sites such as Stonehenge.
Bristol is a completely different city to Bath and will appeal to visitors for different reasons. Like Bath, it has a good historical element, famous for its maritime history, Brunel and Banksy. It has acres of parkland, award winning cycle tracks and boasts a variety of entertainment venues and nightlife. In contrast to the cities of Bristol and Bath, Somerset is a county with vast expanses of open, unspoilt spaces waiting to be explored. It has beautiful buildings – in smaller cities, villages and bustling market towns – rich in history. With a contrast of beaches, caves, moors and levels, some of Britain’s most iconic places can be found in Somerset such as Glastonbury and Cheddar.
Enjoy Exploring Dorset and Hampshire
We suggest that you visit Dorset, a county with a picturesque coastline, known as the Jurassic Coast. It was awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO in 2001. The coastline also boasts many unique landforms such as Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Over half of Dorset is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
You should also visit Hampshire. The county has a stunning coastline, beautiful countryside and many exciting attractions in Portsmouth, the New Forest and Winchester. Visit King Arthur’s Round Table, go on board Nelson’s flagship or relive the tragic story of the Titanic. Whether its coastline, castles or cannons you’re after, the beaches and heritage sites are certainly worth a visit. Enjoy Hampshire’s award-winning country parks and go shopping in the historic market towns.
Motorhome Hire in Devon and Cornwall
We love Devon. It is a diverse county. In addition to beautiful beaches and stunning scenery, you’ll find National Parks, rustic villages and towns, historic buildings and ruins.
Cornwall is a wonderful place to visit, famous for its dramatic coastline with its picturesque fishing harbours, spectacular beaches, relaxed pace of life and of course the Cornish pasty and delicious cream teas.
Enjoy the Lake District and Cumbria
Cumbria is a personal favourite of ours. It is considered one of the most beautiful regions of the UK and includes the whole of the Lake District. The Lake District is England’s largest National Park with breathtaking lakes, soaring mountains – known locally as ‘fells’, picturesque valleys and a sandy coastline. Each lake and valley has a distinctive character just waiting to be discovered.
Visit the the North West
The North West has much to offer. Whether you are looking for urban or rural scenery, a relaxed or an energetic atmosphere, the North West of England can offer you what you want. The region is diverse, from the cosmopolitan style and contemporary environment of Manchester to the architecture of Liverpool, the Roman and medieval heritage of Chester to the rolling hills of Lancashire.
Motorhome Hire England- Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Yorkshire
From the natural beauty of the Yorkshire Dales to the rugged sandy beaches of the Yorkshire Coast or the stunning landscapes of the North York Moors and from the cosmopolitan charm of Leeds to York’s ancient cobbled streets. Whatever you’re looking for, we’ll help you to discover your perfect destinations in Yorkshire.
Tour the Peak District
It is often said that The Peak District National Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with moors and dales, rivers and springs. It covers areas of Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire and is home to market towns, pretty villages, historic houses and other famous attractions. When it comes to motorhome holidays in England, the Peak District should be on your list.
Norfolk and East Anglia
From the outstanding sandy beaches of the coast, to inland woodland and heathland walks, Norfolk is a fantastic place to explore. You will also find the beautiful meandering waterways of the Broads and the heritage towns of King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth, plus the outstanding city of Norwich. East Anglia includes an array of historic cities, towns and villages to explore. You can visit numerous attractions, stately homes and gardens.
We find Suffolk a county with many charming and redeeming features. From Lowestoft to Felixstowe, along the coastline of Suffolk, are picturesque seaside resorts where there are sandy heaths and mud flats. Inland, Suffolk is a landscape of wheat fields and thatched cottages in rural villages. The attractive market towns of Bungay, Beccles and Bury St. Edmunds are of particular interest as they are rich in their own history.
The Cotswolds area is another personal favourite of ours and is one of England’s most popular destinations, famous for its beautiful limestone villages in a rural setting. In the summer, the Cotswolds offers beautiful gardens, colourful farmers’ markets and a delightful cafe culture. The Cotswolds are superb for walking and cycling.
London and Brighton
When visiting the UK, we recommend a visit to London. The Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey are all in the centre of the city. For panoramic views of the South Bank and the entire city, you can climb aboard the London Eye, another of London’s many tourist attractions.
Not far away from London you will find Brighton. Brighton is unique and colourful and full of beachfront activities and events. From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the seaside fun of Brighton Pier, the Brighton Wheel and the famous pebble beach, Brighton offers something for everyone. We think that it is also a great place for people watching.
You will also discover castles, country houses, parks, forts and gardens in the beautiful Sussex countryside.