North – Luxury 6 Berth Motorhome

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Class Family
Fuel Type Diesel
Sleeps Sleeps 5
Seat belt places 5 Seats with seatbelts

Clare
Meet the owner, Clare
Member since April 2022
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5/5 based on 10 reviews
Hired out 23 times
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Description

Our Luxury 2020 Motorhome comes with high end spec and truly home from home comforts with No hidden costs we supply everything from fresh luxury bedding, towels, tea towels, tea and coffee along with all kitchen supplies, washing up liquid, cloths, toilet rolls and much more.
There is also a bike rack fitted, 4 metre wind out awning, Bbq, table & chairs. all supplied free of charge.
We have no doubt you will have a wonderful experience in this beautiful...

The Motorhome

Swift
Coachbuilt
Manual
Driving licence B
First registration in 2020

Amenities

Living area

  • Airconditioning home area
  • Awning
  • Bike carrier
  • Camping table and chairs
  • Dinette
  • Freezer
  • Garage
  • Gas cylinder
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Linens
  • L-seat
  • Off-grid camping
  • Outside shower
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Safety box
  • Shower
  • Solar panel
  • Stove
  • Swivel seats
  • Toilet
  • Towels included
  • TV
  • TV receiver
  • Winter camping

Cab features

  • Airbags
  • Airconditioning in cabin
  • Audio input
  • Bluetooth
  • Cruise Control
  • GPS
  • Isofix
  • Parking assistance
  • Power Steering
  • Radio
  • Reversing camera
  • Roof rack
  • Snow chains
  • Towbar
  • Winter tyres

House Rules

  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Going Abroad Allowed: No
  • Wintersport Allowed: Yes
  • Festivals Allowed: No
  • Mountains allowed: Yes
  • Minimum Age Restriction: 25 years

Return vehicle as presented and to be treated like your own home. If Vehicle is not returned to presented standard then a £50 cleaning fee will be charged.


Pricing

  • Weekly mileage limit Unlimited
  • Cleaning Fee £48
Long Trip Discount
Bookings longer than 2 weeks5%

Availability

  • Pickup Time: 3:00 PM
  • Return Time: 11:00 AM
  • 6 nights minimum
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10 Reviews

Thanks to Claire and Craig, great hiring experience. Smooth collection and return process. Great motorhome, everything that we needed for a 10 night break tour for a family of 4. Fantastic recommendations too. August 2023
Had a great time renting this motorhome for a trip to Skye. As others have said it’s pretty big and was perfect for our needs (2 parents & 2 teenagers). The sleeping arrangements are great for 4 people: a double bed pulls down from ceiling in living area and there’s a separate bedroom at back that has two single beds (and the gap can be filled to make one really large bed). Driving was fine; the steering wheel is on the left but that proved useful in Skye where you need to drive close to the edge of some crumbling roads. The owners were REALLY friendly and helpful as others on this listing have already said May 2023
Short review: Travelling as a couple with a small dog, we really enjoyed our week in Clare's motorhome. We stayed on campsites each night and managed to visit Loch Lomand, Loch Ness, Inverness, Mallaig & spent 2 days on the stunning island of Skye. Unlike many other Goboony rentals, it comes with no hidden extras or restrictions to worry about, is very comfortable and well appointed and Clare was very communicative and easy to deal with. Absolutely everything you could need except food & clothes is provided - it had towels, toiletries, toilet roll, kitchen roll, cleaning products, coffee, tea, sugar, cooking utensils, a cafetiere, BBQ, awning, outdoor chairs & table... basically you just need to bring clothes and food! We are both definitely glad we decided to hire in Scotland and drive to the van by car rather than hire down here and drive to Scotland in the van. We basically got 2 days longer in some of the most beautiful remote parts of the UK for the same duration hire. Some useful facts & tips about the motorhome! The length is 7.4m, you will need this if using some sites to book overnight pitches. The motorhome is left hand drive. This was not an issue for us, but you need to refer to the mirrors regularly at first and look for the lines to make sure you get a good feel for road position if/when hitting the narrow roads in places like the Highlands or the Lake District. The engine is a 130hp diesel which copes well with the hills & has a shift indicator on the dash when it wants you to change down or up for economy. On our trip, it averaged 28mpg. 240v is only available on hook-up to run the outlets & 240v appliances. These include a good microwave, a kettle & a toaster. The hobs, oven & fridge all run on gas (fridge also 12v capable). The 12v battery system that runs the lights etc... when off grid has solar charging as well as charging from the engine, and seems to have plenty of capacity. Being a bit of a geek, I looked up the tank capacities. It carries 100L of fresh and 68L of grey water, so a couple could go off grid for a couple of nights in this with daily showers if they were careful. The toilet is the common Thetford cassette type. We didn't use it, but chemicals and instructions are provided if you want to do so. Things I liked about this motorhome: The heating & hot water systems are quiet and very effective. Showering in it is surprisingly comfortable and the hot water is fine for this on the Eco setting. The Ducato suspension is excellent - I've driven loads of 3.5t vehicles but this was the first on this platform, and I would probably rate it as the best ride quality. Excellent cooking facilities with 3 burners and a combined oven & grille. There is a sink cover and a pop-up worktop extension. Lots of pans, utensils, crockery & cutlery. The only thing I could possibly think to add is a small camping kettle for the hob as well as the electric one, and an ice cube tray for the icebox. I was still finding new useful things in the cupboards on day 2. The slimline tall fridge is a really high end unit (I have seen them used in luxury horseboxes costing £500k+) with great capacity and easy access. It is bright and airy in the day, but easy to completely black out at night, which also means full privacy when dressing etc... The beds are far superior to anything you need to assemble and make each night. We slept in the back, which is effectively two decent fixed single beds with additional cushions between that allow you to spread out a bit if you want, half of which can be removed to make it easier to get in. I am 6'1" and had plenty of room to lie flat and found it warm and comfortable. The headroom over the bed is a little tight but perfectly sufficient. The front drop-down bed still had sufficient headroom for me to stand under, and not having an over-cab bed means you aren't pushing all the extra air from a high roof. Great design. The rear "garage" is huge - you could simply bring full sized suitcases with your clothes, unpack them into the cupboards, and store them there, a real plus. The living area is a good size & the table rotates and slides in every direction. The control panels are easy to use and quite intuitive - Clare's husband gave me a rundown of how everything works, and I didn't need to go to the manual. My tips for happy trips in this motorhome: I realised on the last day that I could make effective use of the bathroom as drying / airing space simply by getting hangers out of the rear cupboard (which isn't really tall enough to hang clothes in anyway) and hooking them on the bathroom skylight. It took me 5 days to think of this, duh! If I rented this motorhome again, now I know just how big the rear storage is, I would be tempted to take a small fold-up clothes airer - but you can use the bike rack as a towel rack when it's sunny as we did. The heating & water heating comes on/off with the ignition. You need to set heating to the desired level on each park up, and turn the water from "off" to "eco", likewise, you'll need to turn on the water pump at each park up. The (very high end) fridge has a rather persistent alarm that seems to go off every time the ignition is turned on/off or the 240v is connected or disconnected. Just leave it in auto mode, make sure it has moved over to 240v when plugged in & otherwise basically just ignore the bleeping! If I did this trip again, I'd take some of my own DVDs for the evenings or a laptop/tablet with some downloads. If you want to watch TV, make sure you get Clare to explain how to use it, as I never did work it out other than for DVDs! Pay attention to the explanation of where the 240v trip is - they do pop when you hook-up at times. Only happened to us once. It is worth making use of the levelling chocks when you park up. General trip planning tips for Northern Scotland: Sites on Pitchup are about 30% cheaper than non-member prices on the Camping & Caravan Club, with no difference in quality. Sites seem to be listed on one or the other rather than both, so check both before booking. We booked the first 2 in advance and sorted the others out on the road. There is a very remote campsite near the Fairy Pools on Skye that has no pre-booking. It is a pretty epic spot to stop (see the two outside pics below), and the people who run it are lovely. We arrived at about 7pm and got the last but one 240v pitch. It would have been worth it without the hookup too. If you're planning to visit Inverness centre for up to 3 hours (worth it), set your SatNav to Morrisons for stress free parking. Other options for motorhomes are scarce / poor, and road signage is pretty lacking. We had no issues finding suitable parking anywhere else. Research your routes - there are single track with passing place sections on some main roads in the Highlands which slow you down quite a lot in a motorhome, but can also sometimes be avoided by going a slightly longer way. In the Highlands, you'll be able to find suitable parking bays to off grid if you want, but not in the National Parks south of the Highlands - however, if you search well beforehand, you can find pre-bookable allocated space motorhome parking in the Loch Lomand National Park, and public carparks that allow it in the Cairngorms National Park. I found and booked a spot near Loch Lomand for our last night in case we needed it on the way back for £4. I hope the tips might be useful for anyone who has already booked the motorhome and started trip planning. If you read this far without booking, I definitely recommend booking with Clare! May 2023
We stayed as a party of 5 in Clares motorhome for just over a week and loved it. A little tight for the five of us in Winter when you're indoors more- but we wouldn't change a thing. No hiccups or issues, easy and friendly communication, and everything worked as it should. Just be prepared for left-hand-drive. October 2022
Everything was absolutely awesome! The motorhome is in perfect condition, easy to drive and very well equipped. Clare and her husband were very accommodating, welcoming and full of good advice. We hope to return to Scotland soon! September 2022
Clare was always friendly and answered every question in very short time. The motorhome was nice and we had an excellent time. September 2022
Renting this motorhome from Clare & Craig was a real treat! Everything you could need and more. I slept soooooo well!! Lovely not needing to disassemble our bed everyday! Our only wee quip was the hose for filling up the water tank had been put away compressed and twisted, so that process took a while, but it was nothing in the scheme of things, and not something the owners would be aware of. We were dreading the fuel fill up when the time came but were pleasantly surprised by the tanks smaller than expected capacity! Thoroughly recommend the relaxed, friendly owners and their gorgeous van! Thanks for letting us share it! July 2022
Response from Clare Thank you Maggie for your kind review. Very much appreciated and glad you all had a wonderful experience! Take care.
Had great week down east coast of England. Van was great to drive once got the hang of left hand drive. Everything in the van you would need. Highly recommend it. June 2022
Response from Clare Thank you Brain for your kind review. Much appreciated. Take care.
It was our first ever time booking a motorhome and it was a truly unique experience. We travelled through the beautiful north of Scotland and it was brilliant. Although the driver’s seat was on the left side, it was easy to get a hang of and the camera on the back of the motorhome was super helpful while driving. Inside the cabin, the place was spotless! The owners ensure you have all the essentials like towels, cutlery, toiletry, etc. We even got a whole barbecue set! Storage wise, there was plenty so we didn’t have any problems. The beds were comfortable and we got a good night’s sleep. The blinds on every window were useful and did a good job of keeping light out in the morning. Once we got to a campsite with an electricity supply, it was a relaxing experience. The electronic system was easy to operate and the heating system kept the entire cabin warm throughout the night. Overall, my experience was excellent and I would recommend it to anyone who needs a nice relaxing holiday June 2022
Response from Clare Thank you so much Marcin for this lovely review and pics! We work hard to ensure we can make your trip as comfortable as possible. Take care
We loved our trip up the west coast in this motorhome. It had everything we needed for a nice relaxing trip and I quickly got used to the left seat driving position. Clare is very friendly and helpful and had us on our way in no time at all. Highly recommended. April 2022
Response from Clare Thank you Andrew for your lovely review. This will help others in making there decision to rent our motorhome! Forever grateful. Take care