There are plenty of locations to choose from if you’re planning a motorhome holiday and sometimes it can be a tough decision. So, we have put together the top motorhome destinations in the UK for you to visit this year. That way you can plan ahead and depending on which location suits your holiday requirements best, you can hire a motorhome in advance. Most importantly these locations don’t cost a fortune and now that spring is well upon us it’s time to get travelling whilst the sun is shining.

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The Lake District

England’s largest National park, you can drive through lush green dales, visit the vibrant villages or quiet hamlets. It’s a great place to take a boat trip across one of the many lakes, including Lake Windermere and Coniston. It’s a great place for families who enjoy outdoor activities as there are plenty of things located here to keep your kids excited during the holiday. The Lake District is one of the most visited places all year round which is why lots of holiday parks are located here. However, when you hire a motorhome you have your accommodation sorted already. Visit Keswick village for a great day out for the family.

Devon and Cornwall

The south of England offers spectacular scenery, sweeping moors, colourful countryside, clean beaches and charming coastal towns. From North Devon to the South coast, the whole of this area is within easy reach when you are behind the wheel of your motorhome. In Cornwall, there are lots of great camping locations, especially some that have kids club during the half terms. So even on the days where you just want to relax at the campsite, your kids can be enjoying some outdoor fun.

 

The Peak District

Roam around the beautiful Derbyshire Dales, see the caverns and enjoy lunch in the many quaint little pubs on the moors. This is a relaxing getaway for families and with great walking locations nearby this is a great place to bring your pets in one of our pet-friendly motorhomes.

Blackpool and Fylde Coast

Blackpool is visited by thousands of people each year which makes it one of the most popular motorhome destinations in the UK. In Winter it’s famous for the Christmas lights that run down the main strip of Blackpool. During the hotter months of the year, Blackpool pleasure beach and the sea life centre are great places for fun for all the family. Enjoy the golden mile with its shops, amusements and restaurants.

Devon and Cornwall

The south of England offers spectacular scenery, sweeping moors, colourful countryside, clean beaches and charming coastal towns. From North Devon to the South coast, the whole of this area is within easy reach when you are behind the wheel of your motorhome. In Cornwall, there are lots of great camping locations, especially some that have kids club during the half terms. So even on the days where you just want to relax at the campsite, your kids can be enjoying some outdoor fun.

Wales

As we offer motorhome hire in Cheshire, the obvious location is always Wales for most local people who live in the North West. Wales is full of green valleys and quiet beaches which are all you will need for a great family break. Enjoy the great coastal areas famous for their lobster and take a trip across the bridge to Anglesey. What better way to see Wales than by bringing your own accommodation along with you. Enjoy the great outdoors and explore Wales more easily. Some of the most beautiful scenery can literally be on your door stop.

 

Kent

Kent is regarded as the garden of England which makes it one of the best motorhome destinations across the UK. Take a trip around the fantastic countryside, villages hidden away and immersed in history and the great coastal towns of Hastings and Margate. Visit Canterbury and see the imposing cathedral or visit the 2nd world war tunnels and look-outs at the white cliffs of Dover.

Northumberland

For families who love the Harry Potter series, Alnwick Castle is a place you have to visit this year.This is a chance for the family to enjoy broomstick training in Harry Potters courtyard. Alnwick Castle was the home of Hogwarts during the filming for the movies. The broomstick training is completely free the only charge is the entry to the castle itself which you can visit and once you’ve completed your training. Enjoy the long sweeping beaches, windswept countryside and of course sample the famous kippers from Craster.

For those families who are not fans of Harry Potter then you can explore the long sweeping beaches, windswept countryside that is Northumberland. Make sure you sample the famous kippers from Craster.