Get off the beaten track in England with UK campervan hire. Explore the beauty of the Lake District, eat fish and chips by the seaside in Cornwall, or take into the rich history of Stonehenge. Start your road trip off from our London depot, located just 6 minutes from our London Heathrow depot.
England motorhome hire gives you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy a holiday at your own pace, with access to all Great Britain has to offer. Get your hiking boots on and explore the Peak District, visit Durdle Door in Dorset along the Jurassic Coast, and see the “end of the earth” at Lands End in Cornwall all on your English road trip.
Begin the adventure of a lifetime with UK campervan hire. Get stuck into some traditional English foods such as toad in the hole, shepherd’s pie or the infamous – Sunday roast dinner!
Cornwall forms a peninsula of England encompassing wild moorland and hundreds of sandy beaches, culminating at the promontory Land’s End.
A national park in Cumbria and a popular motorhome holiday destination. Known for beautiful scenery, glorious mountains and historic associations.
Located centrally in England and covers more the 550 square miles. With stunning landscapes, hills, reservoirs, viaducts, cycleways and varied wildlife. The Peak District is nature at its best.
Brighton is unmissable with it’s famous beach, Brighton Pier, stunning walks, busy nightlife, lively art scene, the i360 as well as the classic fish and chips!
The visitor attraction, located in Cornwall has enormous biomes set in huge natural beauty craters. Filled with plants, enjoy the fantastic education centre and a variety of restaurants.
The highest peak in England, Scafell Pike is located in the Lake District. Make sure you bring a pair of sturdy walking boots for this hike.
Fish and chips is a popular hot dish consisting of fried fish in crispy batter, served with chips
Scones are a baked good, often lightly sweetened. The scone is best served with plenty of clotted cream and strawberry jam.
Breakfast with all the trimmings including sausages, bacon, eggs, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding, white pudding and toast.
A delicious pudding made with slices of buttered bread scattered with raisins, covered with an egg custard mixture seasoned with nutmeg and vanilla, and then baked.
A traditional English dish consisting of sausages in Yorkshire pudding batter usually served with onion gravy and vegetables.
Pudding filled with jam and sometimes cream, with a sugar or chocolate-drizzled outer coating. Made as a suet pudding rather than a cake, and served hot with custard.
The site offers amazing views of the surrounding hills, with good walks along the Ridgeway Path and Icknield Way.
This stunning site offers a wide range of camping options including traditional pitches with waterfront, lake, meadow or woodland views.
Beach View Holiday Park is located right beside the beach between Minsmere and Thorpeness, and close to other popular holiday destinations on the Suffolk Coast.
A site on a quiet, family-run farm campsite located within an area of outstanding natural beauty, one mile from Seaton beach and the town centre.
A family-orientated quiet campsite located in the Wye Valley near Symonds Yat, in-between the historic market town of Ross on Wye in Herefordshire.
A colourful site with donkeys, Highland cows, goats, pigs and peacocks; A five-minute drive from Atherstone and 10 from Twycross Zoo.
With over 500 different species of animals, there is truly something for everyone. Tigers, Elephants, Giraffes, you name it and it’ll be here.
One of England’s best-loved destinations. The town is built on a narrow peninsula. Radiating out from the idyllic harbour is quaint cobbled streets, sandy beaches and fishermen’s cottages.
Dover is a coastal town in England’s southeastern county of Kent. Visit medieval Dover Castle, the extensive Secret Wartime Tunnels and of course the iconic White Cliffs of Dover.
The highest peak in England, at just shy of 1000m. Get your walking boots on and head up into the clouds.
Head to the vineyards for a wonderful, fun-filled day trying different wines and of course some delightful cheese to pair with.
Enjoy the Beefeater Gin visitor centre, including exhibits on the gin history, distillery tours and gin tastings.
Experience the Warner Bros. The Making of Harry Potter walkthrough exhibition in London, is probably as close as you’ll ever get to Hogwarts!
Unlock your inner child at Brighton Pier. Enjoy arcades, the helter-skelter, waltzers, cafe’s and restaurants. Not to mention the glorious views!
The Broads National Park, made up of 30 lakes connected by rivers and dykes, lose yourself in 200 miles of tranquil waterways and wildlife.
Hadrian’s Wall is a magnificent achievement, a fixed frontier of the Roman Empire from coast to coast, occupied by soldiers and civilians. Stretching 139 Km, learn about the Roman occupation of Britain along the way.
See the spectacular chalk White Cliffs of Dover by the sea here, reaching 350 feet above sea level, they are simply stunning.
South West 660 is an iconic road trip from Poole in Dorset to Watchet in Somerset, following the beautiful coastline of southwest England.
Whether it’s the heritage and culture of Shakespeare’s England and the quintessentially British villages and towns, or the dramatic landscapes of Oxford and Shropshire, there’s plenty to see and do! Click here to read now
For those looking for an authentic British experience away from the hustle and bustle of London city, get immersed into British culture and tour the Great British countryside with the freedom and independence of your very own home on wheels.
Drivers can be aged 21-75 years old to hire a campervan in the UK or Ireland, and all our rentals include fully comprehensive insurance for the driver(s).
Visit our driver eligibility page for information on important driving criteria to know before you get out on the road.
Prices to rent a motorhome in England vary across different rental companies and pick-up locations. Larger 4 – 6 berth motorhomes tend to be more expensive, and smaller campervans, 2 berths, can be more budget-friendly. At Bunk Campers, we are one of the largest motorhome rental companies in the UK & Ireland and provide a range of vehicle types to suit all budgets. You can get a live quote with the booking bar at the top of this page.
In England, there is no specific law to prevent you from sleeping in your motorhome at the side of the road. However, generally, it is not allowed as local authorities tend to own roads and highways and they each have their own set of regulations.
Wild camping is only legal in England and Wales if you have been granted permission by the landowner and every bit of land is owned by a private individual.
The National Parks Authority forbid wild camping within any National Parks of England and Wales.
At Bunk Campers, all our campervans and motorhome for hire are under 500kg so can be driven with a normal ‘B’ car driving licence.
Getting the best from your motorhome holiday
Campervan Holiday Checklist
Our holiday checklist gives you advice and tips on what to bring for your comfort and convenience.
Book and travel with confidence
As there are no travel restrictions across our destinations, we are delighted to welcome back international and domestic guests.
Looking after your campervan
Here is all you need to know from parking up to plugging in, campervan cleaning tips and campervan maintenance.
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