Choose your own adventure with our VW Campervan Hire!
Our hire comes with everything you need to have the best adventure possible; whether that be a mountain biking holiday, sightseeing tour or attending a Formula 1 race. The only bits you need to bring are clothing, food, bedding and of course a torch for those night time toilet trips!
Our campervan is a specially converted brand new Volkswagen T6 campervan. It's been designed with comfort and adventure in mind, and happily carries four people. The great advantage of a campervan like this is that it fits within a standard sized parking bay and is easily maneuverable, driven on a standard UK car license.
The campervan transforms at night to provide a double bed within the elevating roof and a double bed in the rear, and despite the campervan's size the beds are surprisingly spacious. There are little added extras to assist such as a reading light and uplights within the elevating roof.
The kitchen area comprises of a double hob and sink, with running hot (on electric hookup) and cold water. There is food storage within a specially designed door that hides the fridge/freezer and a grill.
There are several cupboards and storage compartments to store clothes and kit. However, we do recommend packing light and in bags to allow items to be "stuffed" into cupboards!
Adventure is available out of the box, with an included four cycle carrier and roof bars, integrated awning, camping chairs, table and outside double stove. We dont charge extra for any of these items!
We include all the necessities such as cutlery, plates, bowls, kettle, cups, washing up liquid and cleaning bits.
Hire comes with two fully insured drivers, unlimited miles and breakdown cover. We accept one small well behaved dog also! Adventures within the United Kingdom are included but trips to Europe will incur additional fees (£15 per night). Additional drivers are charged at £10 per night. We also offer early pick-up for £30, and late drop-off for £30.
Why not choose your own adventure and have the freedom of the road?