One thing we love about campsites is that it’s easy and safe to let the kids roam free. However, there are those in the camping community (parent or not) that crave a little ‘adult time’ when pitching up. This is where adult-only campsites come in. Basic facility campsites surrounded by nature or complete adult-only holiday parks, you can find child-free camping options to your heart’s desire in the UK. We’re here to help you sit back, relax and enjoy the peace on the best adult-only campsites in England, Wales and Scotland.
What do the smell of lavender, the sound of crickets, the sight of old men playing petanque and the feel of a southern summer breeze have in common? The answer is Provence, one of France’s most loved road trip destinations. Experiencing the Provence in a motorhome is the best way to see for yourself what makes this region in southeastern France so special. Ready to take in some of France’s finest sights? This Provence road trip itinerary will guide you right to them.
Going on holiday in a motorhome? Whether you stay in the UK or go abroad, you’ll likely be driving it over hills or even through the mountains. For first-timers, going uphill in a campervan or driving a motorhome down steep slopes can be a little stressful or even scary. Luckily these tips for driving a motorhome in the mountains will have you heading for the hills without a worry. We bet you’ll even enjoy it!
“Am I really doing this?”, you might think whilst you see your journey time double after selecting the option to avoid motorways in Google Maps. We get it, the idea of deliberately postponing your estimated time of arrival seems completely crazy. Mainly because mankind has been on a continuous quest to speed up ways of travel throughout history, which is why it goes against all instinct. Didn’t we invent Satnav and route planners to calculate the fastest possible route to our destination for us, not the slowest?
If you’re reading this, we presume you’ve decided to dive into the wonderful world of motorhome travel! Or maybe you’re still a little unsure, perhaps overwhelmed by the options and possibilities. That’s okay, we’re here to help. In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know for your first motorhome holiday. From picking a motorhome to packing for your trip to where you should even go, we’ll cover it all. We’ll show how easy motorhome travel can be, and most importantly, how enjoyable! But if you still have questions by the end, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’re here to share our passion and knowledge for motorhome travel.
This complete guide to motorhome air conditioners will help you make the right choice for you and your vehicle. We’ll run through the pros and cons, some important things to consider before making a purchase, the different types of air conditioners on the market and some recommendations for top buys.
Whether you’re pitching up at a festival site or negotiating a slopey camping ground, we guarantee you will be glad you packed your motorhome levelling blocks. If you have just driven seemingly endless hours to your destination or simply want a wider choice of places on the site to park up, levelling ramps come in super handy.
A motorhome sink is an essential part of your vehicle’s kitchen, so it’s important to take the time to choose the right product. This article will cover everything you need to know about DIY van and motorhome sinks, including getting to grips with what you want and need from your sink. All without resorting to puns about ‘plugging products’ - oops, too late.
Ireland is a country blessed with many unspoiled landscapes. For many visitors, Connemara is where you experience the real beauty of this welcoming and wonderful part of the world. Of course, you’ll need to choose the right accommodation to ensure you get the most out of your trip. We’ve put together a guide to some of the best places to pitch up including a few that are perfect for families and small groups.
Ireland’s west coast offers a wealth of magnificent scenery. But for some truly otherworldly landscapes, we recommend you head to The Burren, County Clare. Covering 530 square kilometres, this enchanting region is a compelling mix of rich heritage, incredible flora and rugged limestone landscapes. On arrival, you’ll quickly realise why the Irish named it Boirinn, meaning rocky district.
Set your 'Out of Office' on, pack your bags and hit the road. It's time to embark on one of the most beautiful road trips in the UK. From rolling green hills to the mystical Loch Ness, this road trip truly has it all. On this itinerary we'll take you across the full length of Britain, from Land's End to John o'Groats.
Following the dramatic and diverse curves of the English coastline, the South West 660 is a newly-plotted road trip stretching from Poole, Dorset to Watchet, Somerset. The South West 660 route has been broken down into 12 unique sections, each around 50 miles long. It covers all four counties in this lovely area, each with its own unique character. This guide to a great South West 660 road trip will cover the highlights from each section, with recommendations for motorhome campsites along the way.
The Malvern Hills AONB is justifiably famous for its glorious landscapes encompassing pastoral farmland, ancient woodland and the distinctive north-south ridge. Spanning the counties of Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire the Malvern Hills also offers a number of lesser-known attractions such as historic forts and castles, pretty villages, gardens and museums.
You’re waving goodbye to your hirers, who have just told you all about the wonderful week they had in your motorhome. But no time to relax just yet, as you’ve got another set of hirers coming to pick up the vehicle this afternoon! But don’t stress, as we’ve got a cleaning routine that can get everything sorted in thirty minutes. We’ll get your motorhome sorted from top to bottom so that you’ve got plenty of time to enjoy a cup of tea before the next hirer arrives.
If you are one of the 500 million people who have bought and enjoyed a Harry Potter book you’ll doubtless have been entranced by the heart-warming friendships, magic-filled journeys and fantastical characters. You’ll also have a special place in your heart for the historic architecture and evocative landscapes where the various films were set. So, what better way to experience the wealth of beautiful locations than in your own campervan?