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Motorhome Hire Wakefield, Yorkshire

Wakefield Motorhome Hire - Wakefield is located at the heart of England, at the centre of the UK's communications network, making it a great touring base with motorhome rental Wakefield. It is an historic city of intriguing diversity, with historic sights, abundant green spaces, and wonderful countryside all around. Nostell Priory this is a fine property within the National Trust's Yorkshire portfolio. It is an 18th Century mansion with an Adams interior, Chippendale furniture and over 300 acres of beautiful parkland to explore. With your campervan hire Wakefield take in the National Coal Mining Museum where you can take a trip 140m underground and get a feel for the conditions of a working mine. Ask question direct to ex-miners who work at the attraction and experience the terror when the whole mine is plunged into darkness for a few moments. With a history of workshop in the site back to Saxon times, the cathedral today is a landmark building at the heart of the city. Wakefield prospered during the 15th Century thanks to the wool trade, and during this period many alterations were made to the building. These include extending the aisles, putting in the clerestory windows, carving replacement roof panels and building a new tower which at 247 feet is the tallest in Yorkshire.