Pick up your camper from our depots in Dublin or Belfast & discover the magic of the Emerald Isle.

Collections from Glasgow & Edinburgh airports - Start your Scotland road trip from our Edinburgh depot!

Tour England & Europe! Our depots are conveniently located in Yorkshire, the Midlands and close to London Gatwick airport to get you on the open road.

Bunk Campers new depot in Wales is the perfect start point on your journey to breathtaking mountain landscapes, rugged coastlines, blue flag beaches and jaw dropping castles.

10 Day Heart of England Driving Route: Discover Castles, Royalty & Shakespeare in the English Midlands

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! Campervan rental from our Birmingham depot is the perfect departure point to visit all the Heartland of England has to offer!

  • Day 1: Park Up & Enjoy

    16 mi / 25 km

    Pick up your camper from Bunk Campers Birmingham depot from 15:00.

    Drive to the Kingsbury Water Park Club campsite just 25 minutes away from the depot. Bordered by the lovely Water Park, this campsite is the perfect setting for a leisurely break. It’s a spacious site with large, level pitches and modern facilities which benefit from underfloor heating.

  • Days 2: Shakespeare's England

    59 mi / 94km

    Home to world famous attractions including the Royal Shakespeare Company, Warwick Castle and Shakespeare’s Birthplace this is where history and heritage come to life. This idyllic destination encompasses South Warwickshire, parts of the Cotswolds and some of England’s most famous towns.

     

    Kenilworth Castle & Elizabethan Garden
    Kenilworth is best known as the home of Robert Dudley, the great love of Queen Elizabeth I. Once boasting the finest architecture in Elizabethan England, you can still imagine the ornate palace Dudley created for his Queen in Kenilworth’s magnificent ruins today. The authentically recreated Elizabethan Garden really brings this romantic royal story to life.

    Warwick Castle
    Dating back to 914, Warwick Castle has stood as an impressive Medieval Fortress on the banks of the river Avon for the last 1100 years. The castle has survived the changing fortunes of history and remains one of the most well-preserved Medieval castles in the UK.

    Stratford-upon-Avon – Shakespeare’s Birthplace & New Place
    Walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and explore the house where he was born and grew up then take a visit to the site of William Shakespeare’s grand family home, now a heritage landmark where visitors can connect with the playwright on the very ground where he lived for almost 20 years.

    Chipping Norton Camping and Caravanning Club Site
    Tucked away off the beaten track, this campsite offers a mix of level and sloping pitches, surrounded by trees and dry-stone walls perfect for a break from a busy day of sight-seeing, cooking dinner with the convenient gas hob.

  • Day 3: Animal Kingdom in the Cotswolds

    58 mi / 93km

    Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
    After a relaxing breakfast, visit one of the UK’s largest zoological collections and most exciting gardens set in the picturesque backdrop of the Costwolds.

    Chipping Norton Camping and Caravanning Club Site
    Return to Chipping Norton where you can relax with a hot beverage from our welcome kit and peruse the photos and selfies with your new animal friends from the exciting visit to the Wildlife Park!

  • Day 4: Royalty, Regalia & Religion

    22.5 mi / 36 km

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    Blenheim Palace
    Blenheim Palace is a monumental English country house and the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough. The palace, one of England’s largest houses, was built between 1705 and circa 1722 and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

    Christ Church, Oxford
    Christ Church is located in the heart of the city centre and is one of the colleges belonging to the University of Oxford. It is also home to the legendary Christ Church Cathedral, which was built in the 12th century. Today, Christ Church is a visitor favourite, well-known for its impressive architecture, entertaining evening choirs and the War Memorial Garden.

    Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club Site
    This site is very close to Oxford city, yet its restful ambience makes it ideal to kick back and relax after a day visiting Oxford. Trees line this well laid out site, pitches are level and the site is well equipped with a range of facilities. Take a walk into Oxford town to soak up some of this historic university town’s culture.

  • Day 5: Water Springs and Imperial Fortresses

    124 mi / 200 km

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    Malvern Hills
    The area is famed for its dramatic hills and for the pure spring water that flows from them, but it offers so much more. A rich cultural heritage of forts, castles and priories stands proudly from this landscape of ancient woodland, rolling pastures and wild, open commons.

    Wolverly Camping & Caravanning Club Site
    Surrounded by the stunning Worcestershire countryside and with the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal just 60 metres from site means you really can enjoy life in the slow lane. Cook up your evening meal and enjoy it by the riverside, relaxing under the stars.

  • Day 6: Natural Beauty and Tranquil Trails

    60 mi / 97 km

    Shropshire Hills
    One of the first areas in the UK to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over 60 years ago. Off the beaten track and tranquil, this is a living, working place, loved by locals and visitors alike for its quality of environment, for walking and activities, relaxation and inspiration.

    Oswestry, Cranberry Moss Camping & Caravanning Club Site
    Return to Oswestry and relax your feet with one of our camping chairs, available as a hireable extra for your camper holiday, while enjoying the comfortable bed at night, where you will rest peacefully ahead of your next adventure.

  • Day 7: Stalactites and Stalagmites

    90 mi / 145km

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    Pooles Cavern & Buxton Country Park
    Poole’s Cavern is a two-million-year-old natural limestone cave on the edge of Buxton in the Peak District. Explore the vast Limestone caverns and see how crystal Stalactites and Stalagmites have lined the chambers over millions of years. Back above ground explore the beautiful country park woodlands and complete your day with a stroll to Grin Low and Solomon’s Temple viewpoint with superb views of the Peak District.

    Alton, The Star Camping & Caravanning Club Site
    The Peak District National Park is right on the doorstep of Alton, The Star Club campsite and is the perfect base camp for the Peak District.

  • Day 8 & 9: Reaching the Peak in Hope Valley

    60 mi / 97km

     

    Peak District National Park Castleton Visitor’s Centre 
    Castleton is a beautiful village situated in the Hope Valley, in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Surrounded by hillsides and overlooked by Mam Tor (the shivering mountain) and the ancient Peveril Castle.

    Alton, The Star Camping & Caravanning Club Site
    Return to base camp and cook up a storm to fuel you for the climb to The Shivering Mountain. If it gets chilly, stick the heat on with our climate-controlled cabin area.

  • Day 10: Shiver Mountain

    60 mil / 97 km

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    Mam Tor & The Shivering Mountain
    The stone surfaced footpath from the car park to the top of Mam Tor will reward you with one of the most dramatic viewpoints in the Peak District. The viewpoint at Mam Tor stretches north over the Edale Valley to Kinder Scout and the Derwent Moors. A circular route takes you round Mam Tor and has some amazing scenery.

    Alton, The Star Camping & Caravanning Club Site
    Return to the Star Camping & Caravanning site and enjoy the range of facilities as you relax on your final night of your campervan holiday at the foot of the Peak District.

  • Day 11: The Final Stop

    59 mi / 95km

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    Return to Bunk Campers Birmingham Depot

    Enjoy a relaxing breakfast before setting off for Bunk Campers Birmingham.

Bunk Campers have 8 different types of campervans for hire from our Birmingham depot. Choose from budget 2 person camping cars to large motorhomes for up to 6 people. All of our vehicles are less than 2 years old with prices from £45 per day!

You can book directly here or for more information, fill in the form below and one of the Bunk Campers team will get back to you as soon as possible!

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Pick up your camper from our depots in Dublin or Belfast & discover the magic of the Emerald Isle.

Collections from Glasgow & Edinburgh airports - Start your Scotland road trip from our Edinburgh depot!

Tour England & Europe! Our depots are conveniently located in Yorkshire, the Midlands and close to London Gatwick airport to get you on the open road.

Bunk Campers new depot in Wales is the perfect start point on your journey to breathtaking mountain landscapes, rugged coastlines, blue flag beaches and jaw dropping castles.

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