• Campervan hire London

    2 miles

    Citroen Bonny the Relay

    Sleeps 3 / 3 seatbelts / Sorry no pets

    From £103/night

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  • Campervan hire London

    3 miles

    Citroen Esteban the Relay

    Sleeps 2 / 3 seatbelts / Yes pets

    From £97/night

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  • Campervan hire London

    4 miles

    VW Laurie Lee the LT35

    Sleeps 3 / 3 seatbelts / Sorry no pets

    From £92/night

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  • Campervan hire Stoke Newington

    4 miles

    Mercedes Rama the Sprinter/Luton

    Sleeps 3 / 3 seatbelts / Sorry no pets

    From £92/night

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  • Campervan hire Brockley

    5 miles

    VW Pai the Crafter

    Sleeps 2 / 3 seatbelts / Yes pets

    From £103/night

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  • Campervan hire Tottenham

    8 miles

    Fiat Hans the Ducato

    Sleeps 4 / 4 seatbelts / Sorry no pets

    From £103/night

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  • Campervan hire Plumbstead

    9 miles

    Citroen Jean Luc the Relay

    Sleeps 3 / 4 seatbelts / Yes pets

    From £86/night

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  • Campervan hire Croydon

    10 miles

    VW Camper - Devon T2 called Buttercup

    Sleeps 5 / 5 seatbelts / Yes pets

    From £60/night

    1 reviews
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  • Campervan hire Croydon

    10 miles

    VW camper T2 called Belinda

    Sleeps 5 / 5 seatbelts / Yes pets

    From £60/night

    1 reviews
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  • Campervan hire Croydon

    10 miles

    VW camper tin top called Pushka

    Sleeps 0 / 5 seatbelts / Sorry no pets

Motorhome Hire Westminster

Westminster Motorhome Hire - Westminster is an area in central London, and is the City of Westminster lying on the north bank of the River Thames. With motorhome rental Westminster it is possible to visit some of the most well known historic sites in the country. Parliament is where the UK Government makes new laws, holds the power to set taxes and debates the issues of the day, with a division of responsibility between the House of Commons and the House of Lords. It is open to all members of the public and it is possible to attend debates and view committee meetings, take a tour of the buildings, or climb the famous Clock Tower and see Big Ben. Westminster Abbey the present church was begun by Henry III in 1245 and is now one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country. However there is more than a thousand years of history on the site, and Benedictine monks first came to the site in the middle of the 10th Century. Today, it represents a treasure of paintings, stained glass, pavements, textiles and other artefacts. It is also the place where many of the significant people in the nation's history are buried or commemorated. Indeed, the tombs and memorials comprise the most significant single collection of monumental sculpture anywhere in the UK. Campervan Hire Westminster and take a visit.