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Ireland

Ireland Campervan & Motorhome Hire

Do you dream of touring Ireland? Hire a campervan or motorhome and discover the Emerald Isle on a holiday like no other! Explore this wonderful country from top to bottom and at your own pace in a motorhome. Pick up your campervan rental from our Dublin depot and embark on a journey to unmissable destinations including Clare, Cork, Galway and Donegal. Or head into Dublin city centre for a tour of the Guinness Storehouse, watch Riverdance the play or visit the wonderful Temple Bar area.

The Wild Atlantic Way, one of the longest defined coastal routes in the world at 2,500km in length, needs all the time you can give it. Kiss the Blarney Stone in Cork, surf some waves at Bundoran beach in Donegal or visit Malin Head, the most northerly point of Ireland. This unmissable route is a must-see when you visit Ireland.

The country of Ireland is filled with jaw-dropping landscapes, stunningly beautiful scenic road trips and of course Guinness and Whiskey. Recently voted as one of the 20 most beautiful countries in the world’s 20 most beautiful countries by Rough Guide readers, the Isle of Arran, Cliffs of Moher and Dingle are all unmissable stops along the infamous Wild Atlantic Way road trip.

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    Wild Atlantic Way

    Ireland’s most infamous driving route, stretching through nine counties. Explore everything Ireland has to offer along this glorious route with Ireland campervan rental.

  • temple bar
    Temple Bar

    Lively pubs, cobbled streets, live folk music, and great pints of Guinness. Temple bar is a must-see in Dublin.

  • Dingle Peninsula
    Dingle Peninsula

    Stunning scenery, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and rolling hills. Dingle Peninsula is the perfect stop on any Irish motorhome road trip.

  • aran islands
    Aran Islands

    Three islands off the coast of the west of Ireland. Wild landscapes, famous knitted jumpers and islands full of culture and heritage.

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    Ring of Kerry

    Glorious stretches of white sand beaches, striking coastal landscapes and rural seaside towns.

  • wicklow mountains
    Wicklow Mountains

    Ireland’s largest national park is unmissable. Ideal for your Ireland motorhome hire road trip!

  • Guinness Storehouse
    Guinness Storehouse

    Visit the home of Guinness at St. James’s Gate and learn about how this famous Irish drink is made – you can even pour your own!

  • Soda bread
    Soda Bread

    Traditional Irish bread made of flour, baking soda, salt and buttermilk. Best served covered in butter…

  • Irish stew
    Irish Stew

    Made from root vegetables and usually either lamb or beef. Ideal on a chilly day to help warm up in your campervan hire.

  • Wheaten bread
    Wheaten Bread

    Sweeter and richer than soda bread, wheaten bread makes the perfect side to some Irish stew.

  • Irish champ
    Champ

    Creamy mashed potatoes with scallions, butter and milk. A sure hit on your motorhome hire adventure.

  • Eagle Point Camping

    Eagle Point Camping and Caravan accommodation overlooking Bantry Bay, West Cork, in South West Ireland. Perfect for touring the West Cork region.

  • Clifden ECO Camping
    Clifden ECO Camping

    Clifden ECO Campsite, Multi-Award Winning, CO2 Neutral, Listed Geosite. Natural beauty, sandy beaches, breathtaking sunsets and cosy campfires in Connemara, this campsite has it all.

  • Portsalon Luxury Camping

    Portsalon Luxury Camping is located in a stunning coastal setting in the North of Donegal. The ideal starting location for beginning your Wild Atlantic Way road trip.

  • Rosguill Holiday Park

    Rosguill Park is a Caravan and Camping Holiday park with beach view sites, suitable for campervans, motorhomes and tents.

  • Mannix Point Camping

    A great location on the Ring of Kerry. The waterside location is quiet and peaceful with beautiful views.

  • Wave Crest Camping

    Situated on the west side of the beautiful Isle of Barra, with prime views of the Atlantic, Wavecrest is an ideal location to pitch or park your motorhome.

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Find out more about Ireland and the great places to tour by Campervan

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Dublin
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Wild Atlantic Way
Galway
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Cork
  • Connemara national park
    Connemara National Park

    Walking trails, beautiful scenery and visitor exhbitions at the National Park Visitor Centre. Could you ask for much more on your campervan rental road trip?

  • Croke Park
    Croke Park

    Gaelic games stadium in Dublin, often referred to as ‘Croker’ by GAA fans. This is the principal national stadium of Ireland.

  • Murder Hole Beach
    Murder Hole Beach

    A remote, hidden and beautiful beach in County Donegal. The drive is both winding and stunning at the same time – try not to get too distracted with the views in your motorhome hire!

  • Kinsale
    Kinsale

    Stunning landscapes, rich heritage and colourful streets. Known as ‘The Gourmet Capital of Ireland’, there is plenty of delicious food to eat.

  • Guinness Storehouse Tour
    Guinness Storehouse Tour

    The full brewery experience is all about Ireland’s most famous beer. Includes a rooftop bar, tastings and the chance to pour your own pint.

  • Blarney Castle Day Tour
    Blarney Castle Day Tour

    The home of the Blarney Stone is filled with rich history and culture.

  • Cliffs of Moher Tour
    Cliffs of Moher Tour

    Undoubtedly one of Ireland’s most stunning natural attractions. 700ft cliffs of wild limestone for you to explore.

  • Wicklow Mountains
    Wicklow Mountains

    The largest continuous upland area in Ireland. A picturesque destination for your Irish campervan hire journey.

  • Kilmainham Gaol
    Kilmainham Gaol

    Previously a prison in Dublin and is now a museum. Many Irish revolutionaries, including the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising, were imprisoned and executed here by the UK Government. A must-see historical sight.

  • bundoran
    Bundoran

    Known as one of the best surfing spots in Ireland, perfect for beginners or advanced surfers to catch some waves in your Ireland motorhome rental.

  • blarney stone
    Blarney Stone

    The Blarney Stone is built into the battlements of Blarney Castle. Legend has it that kissing the stone endows the kisser with the gift of the gab.

  • Croagh Patrick
    Croagh Patrick

    Nicknamed ‘the Reek’, Croagh Patrick is famed for its Patrician Pilgrimage in honour of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint.

  • wild Atlantic way
    Wild Atlantic Way

    Secluded beaches, breathtaking sunsets over dramatic Atlantic waves, stunning headlands, 4 seasons in a day and a surplus of sheep. This is Ireland in all its glory, ideal for your Irish campervan hire route.

  • ring of kerry
    Ring of Kerry

    A 180km scenic route around County Kerry. Filled with plenty of rugged and verdant coastal landscapes and rural seaside villages.

  • Ancient East
    Ireland's Ancient East

    Ireland’s Ancient East encompasses County Cavan, Longford, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and Westmeath. Where vibrant history and heritage meet modern life. Perfect for hitting the open road in your campervan hire.

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    11 Lesser-Known Motorhome and Campervan Road Trips in Ireland

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    10 Adventurous activities for a 2022 Ireland campervan road trip

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    Top 6 Things to Do on an Irish Campervan Hire Holiday in Waterford

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Ireland Motorhome Hire FAQ’s

  • What licence do I need to drive a motorhome in Ireland?

    At Bunk Campers, all of our campervans and motorhomes for hire in Ireland are under 3500kg so can be driven with a normal ‘B’ car driving licence.

  • How much is it to rent a campervan in Ireland?

    The cost of campervan hire in Ireland will vary depending on the season, pick up location, and vehicle type. Our prices are lower in the off season (Nov-March) with July and August being the most expensive time to hire a campervan in Ireland.

    To check availability and pricing, use the quote and book button on our website, email [email protected] or call us to speak to our team.

  • Where can I hire a motorhome in Ireland?

    Bunk Campers are the only campervan and motorhome hire company in Ireland with depots in both Dublin and Belfast. Our Dublin depot is conveniently located close to Dublin airport. Our Belfast depot is south of the city centre in Carryduff making it easy and convenient to get on the open road.

    We also offer one-way rentals across Ireland meaning you can collect your campervan or motorhome from Bunk Campers depot in Dublin and drop off in Belfast, or vice-versa. You can book a one-way rental in Ireland directly on our website.

  • How old do I need to be to hire a campervan in Ireland?

    Drivers can be aged 21-80 years old to hire a campervan in Ireland with Bunk Campers, provided they meet the usual driving licence criteria outlined in our terms and conditions. All of 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.

  • Can you park a motorhome anywhere in Ireland?

    Parking up for the night on the side of the road or in fields, sometimes known as wild camping, is not permitted in Ireland and Northern Ireland. There are designated areas such as campsites or low-cost alternatives for overnight stays.

    You should be able to park in most shopping centres, service stops and farms for short-term parking on trips & visits to the shop. Read our Camping Guide for more information.

  • How much does it cost to park a campervan in Ireland?

    The cost of parking your campervan depends on if you choose to stay in a designated campsite or one of the low-cost alternatives. Campsites range from €25- €60 per night depending on the location and facilities.

    For parking, campervans and motorhomes are subject to the same rules as cars and other vehicles. Parking in built up areas will generally range from around €2.50- €10 per hour.

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For your comfort and convenience, check out everything that’s included in your rental – including the kitchen sink!

 

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