Campervan Hire England

Posted on 16/10/2012 by Michael Arthur

Campervan Hire England

Whilst England may not be the biggest country, there is a huge amount packed into a small space. In this post we will provide you with the top three recommendations from customers for a campervan trip around the England.



Hiring a campervan in London and heading to Cornwall is a pretty common option, but for good reason. Cornwall’s coastline has some spectacular walking. The South-West Coast Path follows the entire Cornish coast. Little fishing villages along the way make perfect lunch stops.

Cornwall is home to the Eden Project which boasts the world’s largest greenhouse. It is a fascinating place with plant species from all over the world.



The city of Bath is a World Heritage Site and contains some of England’s best preserved Roman buildings. The Roman baths here take water from a local spring. Bath is a tourist hotspot so is best visited in the morning or late afternoon. Bath’s narrow and steep streets are navigable in a campervan, but not really suited for anything larger.


New Forest

One of England’s less famous national parks, the New Forest has a large number of wild horses which you can even find wandering through towns such as Brockenhurst.

The village of Beaulieu is home to the National Motor Museum which contains everything from vintage vehicles to record-breaking speed machines.

Mountain biking is very popular in the New Forest. With over 100 miles of dedicated cycle tracks there is no better place to go exploring on two wheels. Bikes can be hired in most towns.