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Wales

Wales Motorhome hire

Dreaming of a motorhome holiday in Wales? Campervan and motorhome hire in Wales is the best way to explore everything this beautiful region of the UK has to offer. Collect your campervan or motorhome from our Greater London depot and start your motorhome road trip to Wales.

Wales was voted one of the top regions to visit in 2017 by the Lonely Planet. With rugged coastlines, beautiful mountains and endless adventure, Wales is the perfect place for a campervan trip. Climb Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales at Snowdonia National Park, visit the beautiful seaside town of Aberystwyth, or explore Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal National Park in the UK at your own pace with Wales campervan rental. Stop at local campsites and enjoy the freedom and flexibility of campervan hire in Wales with Bunk Campers.

Hit the open road for an adventure of a lifetime in Wales, get your hiking boots on and discover the beauty of Brecon Beacons, learn the history of Conwy Castle and try some authentic Welsh Rarebit, Welsh cheese and Glamorgan sausages.

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  • Anglesey
    Snowdon

    The highest peak in Wales at over 1,000m tall. To climb Snowdon takes at least 6 – 8 hours and is by no means an easy walk – be warned!

  • Llandundo
    Llandundo

    Home to 2 award-winning beaches, this coastal town in North Wales has glorious views, nature, castles and everything else you could want in a seaside stay.

  • Portmeirion
    Portmeirion

    This is a tourist village in North Wales, created in the fashion of an Italian style village. An enchanted stop which can be a great day trip for you and the family.

  • Anglesey
    Anglesey

    An island off the northwest coast, accessed by a suspension bridge. Much of the island is declared an area of outstanding natural beauty so go at your own pace.

  • pembrokeshire coast
    Tenby

    This harbour town is located in a stunning area of Pembrokeshire. A Welsh holidaymakers favourite spot for centuries.

  • Llangollen
    Llangollen

    Llangollen is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this town and situated alongside the River Dee is another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

  • welsh rarebit
    Welsh Rarebit

    A local delicacy, consisting of hot cheese sauce served on toasted bread.

  • Welsh Cake
    Welsh Cake

    A traditional sweet bread. Served hot or cold you can add butter, jam or just eat them as they are.

  • Glamorgan Sausages
    Glamorgan Sausages

    A traditional vegetarian sausage consisting of cheese, breadcrumbs and leeks.

  • welsh cheese
    Welsh Cheese

    Hard, crumbly, white cheese that is thought to have been created to provide food for local miners.

  • Conwy Mussels
    Conwy Mussels

    Sustainably caught mussels with a striking appearance from their colourful shells and tasty meat inside.

  • Home farm
    Three Cliffs Bay

    This 5-star holiday park offers luxury camping and touring pitches for campervans and motorhomes.

  • Little Kings Park

    A wonderful camping meadow with high standard facilities for your holiday escape.

  • Morawelon Camping and Caravanning

    A beautiful, picturesque family-run campsite with a seafront location.

  • Trevayne Farm

    Nestled between Tenby and Saundersfoot, this stunning campsite is on a beautiful farm.

  • Abercastle

    Abercastle Campsite is surrounded by stunning scenery and a plethora of wildlife habitats. It’s a dog-friendly site and dogs are very welcome.

  • Trellyn Woodland Camping

    Ideally located on the Pembroke Peninsula and only a short walk to Abercastle Bay. Trellyn is surrounded by stunning coastland countryside.

Take a Closer Look

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

Cardiff
Cardiff
Snowdonia
Snowdonia
Aberystwyth
Aberystwyth
Brecon Becons National Park
Brecon Becons National Park
  • zipworld
    Zipworld

    A completely unique range of special activities including Europe’s longest ziplines, underground trampolines and high-rope adventures.

  • Elan Valley Reservoirs
    Elan Valley Reservoirs

    A chain of man made lakes has been inspiring visitors for decades. Beautiful scenery and an abundance of walking trails make this a great escape.

  • Bike Park Wales
    Bike Park Wales

    A home for thrill seekers in this mountain bikers paradise. From novice to professionals, there is a trail here for everyone.

  • Gower Peninsula
    Gower Peninsula

    Woodlands, cliffs and sandy beaches. Loved by surfers, walkers, birdwatchers and holidaymakers – and with good reason.

  • Pembrokeshire Coast
    Pembrokeshire Coast

    Infamous for islands, array of wildlife and steep cliffs, Pembrokeshire is the only coastal national park in the UK. See why for yourself.

  • Gavin and Stacey Tour
    Gavin and Stacey Tour

    A 3-hour tour covering many of the key locations, watch key clips and enjoy the fun with other fans of the hit BBC TV show.

  • Canoe Aqueduct Tours Llangollen
    Canoe Aqueduct Tours Llangollen

    Embrace the scenery by canoe, paddling through the beautiful Dee Valley. Take a relaxing canoe journey, suitable for experienced paddlers and beginners alike.

  • Hop-on Hop-off Cardiff Tour
    Hop-on Hop-off Cardiff Tour

    Discover Cardiff with the classic red open top bus and see all the major attractions without needing to drive your campervan hire everywhere.

  • Whitewater Rafting Llangollen
    Whitewater Rafting Llangollen

    Known as one of the best rivers in the UK to white water raft, these rapids have different levels of thrills for you. A real river journey for everyone – including kids!

  • Coasteering Wales
    Coasteering Wales

    From beginning in Pembrokeshire, this has spread down the Welsh coast. There are plenty of locations to get into a wetsuit and go head first into the Irish channel with other thrillseekers.

  • pembrokeshire coast
    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    240 square miles of the UK’s only coastal national park. The perfect place to explore in your motorhome hire with endless opportunities to explore the outdoors, beaches, cliffs and wildlife.

  • Caernarfon Castle
    Caernarfon Castle

    A must-see on your trip to Wales. Part of the World Heritage Site, this was one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages. You won’t want to miss this.

  • The Coastal Way
    The Coastal Way

    This 180-mile road trip spans the entire length of Cardigan Bay in West Wales, embracing the stunning scenery on offer. Get in your Welsh campervan rental and enjoy the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey.

  • The Cambrian Way
    The Cambrian Way

    A spectacular 298-mile,  spectacular, north-south road trip through the spine of Wales. Travelling from coast to coast, some stops include Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and Llandudno. Hit this road trip with your Welsh campervan hire.

  • The North Wales Way
    The North Wales Way

    This 75-mile road trip follows an old trading route through the northern coast into Anglesey. The route includes Harlech, a 13th-century fortress and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Caernarfon and much more.

  • South Wales Circuit
    South Wales Circuit

    If you want a bit of everything, this is the road trip for you. From Cardiff to Chepstow, this 333-mile route includes jaw-dropping beaches, rugged cliffs, and culture-filled cities. Perfect for campervan hire!

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Wales Motorhome Hire FAQs

 

  • Can I hire a motorhome at 70 years old?

    Drivers aged 21-80 years can hire a campervan or motorhome in Wales with Bunk Campers provided they meet the usual driving licence criteria outlined in our terms and conditions.

  • Can you park a motorhome in Wales?

    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 we advise that all our guests stay in campsites during their motorhome hire, to plug in their motorhome into mains electricity, recharge the batteries, and benefit from the campsite facilities.

  • What’s included with my Bunk Camper rental?

    All rentals include unlimited mileage/ KMs, driver insurance, vehicle & roadside assistance, comprehensive vehicle handover, discounted ferries, up to 30% off the UK Camping and Caravan Club, kitchen kit and many more. View our full list of what’s included here.

  • Can you drive a motorhome on a normal licence?

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

MOTORHOME PLANNING TOOLKIT

Getting the best from your motorhome holiday

campervan holiday checklist

Campervan Holiday Checklist

Our holiday checklist gives you advice and tips on what to bring for your comfort and convenience.

 

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Book and travel with confidence

Book and travel with confidence

As there are no travel restrictions across our destinations, we are delighted to welcome back international and domestic guests.

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Looking after your camper

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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what's included

What's included on my road trip?

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

 

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