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Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Campervan Hire

Campervan hire in Northern Ireland is the perfect way to explore and see everything on offer from this wonderful “wee” country. From our Belfast Depot, you can explore all of Northern Ireland’s unmissable destinations with your very own home on wheels. You can head into the Belfast City Centre and see the award-winning tourist attraction of Crumlin Road Goal, visit the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum or the Belfast peace wall.

Northern Ireland is a country steeped in history. You can learn about the infamous Titanic at the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast, discover the legend of Finn McCool at the Giants Causeway, or explore Derry / Londonderry and the historic sites and murals in this wonderful city.

Get outside and tour with Northern Ireland campervan hire, from climbing the highest peak, Slieve Donard, or any others in the Mourne Mountains. Why not take in the natural beauty of Lough Erne or head for the North Coast and visit Portrush, Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and Mussenden Temple?

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  • Giants Causeway
    Giants Causeway

    World famous for its unique and striking beauty in a jewel in Northern Ireland. Visit here and discover the ancient legend of the giant Finn McCool.

  • Slieve Donard
    Slieve Donard

    Northern Ireland’s highest peak at 2,790 ft. Begin at the foot in the town of Newcastle, Country Down and follow the path up to the top. You can also stop for a cooling dip in the river on your way back down.

  • Lough Erne
    Lough Erne

    Two connected lakes in County Fermanagh. With more than 150 islands, coves and inlets you will have plenty of exploring to do here with your campervan.

  • dunluce castle
    Dunluce Castle

    A now-ruined medieval castle along the North Coast of Donegal. Park up and venture down the path to explore this historic sight.

  • mourne mountains
    Mourne Mountains

    A glorious mountain range in County Down. Just 50 minutes from our Belfast Depot, discover this walkers paradise in your Northern Ireland motorhome hire.

  • Mussenden Temple
    Mussenden Temple

    Located in the stunning Downhill Demesne with breathtaking ocean views, vibrant gardens and a must-see attraction.

  • bushmills whiskey distillery
    Bushmills Whiskey Distillery

    The World’s oldest licenced working distillery. With over 120,000 visitors a year, learn all about whiskey at this popular destination.

  • Daft Eddy's
    Daft Eddy’s

    Loch-view terrace, contemporary cuisine, and family-friendly restaurant is an ideal spot for lunch on your campervan road trip.

  • The Crown Bar
    The Crown Bar

    Traditional gas lamps, classic mahogany booths and etched glass. One of Belfast’s most famous pubs – worth a stop for the Guinness alone!

  • Potato Bread
    Potato Bread

    Wheat bread with some mashed potato worked into the dough for a crispy crust and chewy inside. A local delicacy.

  • ulster fry
    Ulster Fry

    Bacon, eggs, potato bread, soda bread, beans, sausages, tomato and mushrooms. Heavenly.

  • Soda bread
    Soda Farl

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

  • Ballyness Caravan Park

    Luxury five star accommodation for touring caravans and caravan holiday homes overlooking the peaceful countryside of Bushmills.

  • Home farm
    Watertop Farm

    Watertop is a family hill farm campsite on the edge of the famous North Coast and Glens of Antrim.

  • Carnfunnock Carvan Park

    Carnfunnock’s close proximity to Larne and Belfast makes it an ideal base for touring the breathtaking Antrim Coast and Glens, and all of Northern Ireland.

  • Castle Archdale Caravan Park

    Castle Archdale in County Fermanagh, is a former estate on the shores of Lough Erne Lower.

  • Castle Ward Caravan Park

    Located in a quiet corner of the sprawling Castle Ward estate. The caravan park offers 25 hard stand sites all with access to electricity and water facilities.

  • Castlerock Holiday Park

    Castlerock Holiday Park is a family-run business in the Village of Castlerock, just beside the railway station. Happy holidays happen here!

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Find out more about Ireland and the great places to tour

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Belfast
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North Coast
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Game of Thrones
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Derry / Londonderry
  • portrush
    Portrush

    A busy but small seaside resort village on the north coast. Plenty of restaurants, bars, beaches and amusements to entertain you.

  • titanic exhibition centre
    Titanic Exhibition Centre

    A maritime heritage sight to possibly the most famous ship to have ever sailed. This world-leading visitor attraction tells the story from concept, right up until the Titanic hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage.

  • bangor
    Bangor

    Glorious sunsets, sandy beaches, perfect sea swimming spots, great food and even better craic in the great city of Bangor.

  • Belfast Troubles Tour
    Belfast Troubles Tour

    A conflict that lasted 30 years in Northern Ireland between Catholics and Protestants. See and learn about the old scars, and those that are still here today.

  • Game of Thrones Tours
    Game of Thrones Tours

    See authentic filming locations from HBO’s hit series, Game of Thrones including Pyke Castle, the Dark Hedges and Lordsport.

  • Van Morrison Tour
    Van Morrison Trail

    Walk the streets that have provided Van the Man with inspiration for his most famous songs.

  • Bushmills Whiskey Tour

    A fun guided tour around the oldest distillery in Ireland to see (and taste!) how whiskey is made.

  • Derry Walking Tour
    Derry Walking Tour

    History and sight-seeing come together to walk through the streets of Derry-Londonderry.

  • Grand Opera House
    Grand Opera House

    Northern Ireland’s premier theatre, which opened in 1895; is steeped in history too. The ideal spot to relax while you catch a new show.

  • Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge
    Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge

    Sitting 30m above the jagged rocks below, this rope bridge links 2 islands together. A must-see National Trust attraction on the North Coast.

  • Crumlin Road Goal
    Crumlin Road Goal

    The last Victorian prison in NI, famed for tales of hunger-strikes, riots and escapes. Take a tour here and experience it for yourself.

  • The Gobbins Path
    The Gobbins Path

    A raw, elemental cliff face walks through caves, tunnels and specially constructed bridges. Plenty of wildlife too!

  • The Dark Hedges
    The Dark Hedges

    An avenue of beech trees, famous for starring in Game of Thrones. Experience this fairytale road for yourself. Click here to read our 7-day touring route around the Kingdoms of Westeros.

  • Causeway Coastal Route
    The Causeway Coastal Route

    Live the road trip thrill capturing NI adventure and raw, natural beauty with some of the most scenic views in the country. Click here to read now.

  • The Sperrin Trail
    The Sperrin Trail

    With 4 beautiful driving routes to choose from: North, Central, East and South. Each is a chance to see this glorious environment

  • Mourne Coastal Route
    The Mourne Coastal Route

    Immersed in stunning scenery, nature and beautiful coastline. This 313km route needs as much time as you can give it.

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Northern Ireland Motorhome Hire FAQ’s

  • Can you park a motorhome anywhere in Northern Ireland?

    Wild camping is only legal in Northern Ireland if you have been granted permission by the landowner and every bit of land is owned by a private individual.

    Northern Ireland Forestry Service issues camping permits at some of its sites.

    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.

  • Is there an age limit on hiring a motorhome?

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

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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