We have sourced the best suppliers of Motorhomes in the UK to help you find the right campervan for your holiday.
London Motorhome Rental Considerations.
Our suppliers of Motorhomes in London are based well outside the city, in Hoddeston, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire( mid way between Luton and Stansted airports) in the north of London, and Leigh-on-Sea in Essex, which is to the east of London.
Both of these depots can be reached by train from Central London, and we can arrange for collection of your party at the local train station.
These two camper van depots in London service the
London area - they will collect you and transfer
you to their depot for a fee which will be included in your quoted rates. It is possible to get a cheaper quote for your motorhome rental by arranging transport to the depot yourself. To get this cheaper quote, choose either Hoddeston or Leigh-on-Sea as your pickup and dropoff location.
RV and Camper Van collection locations United
Kingdom including London Airports:
East Midlands Airport
London (Hayes Middlesex)
London City Airport
Luton Train Station
Rainham Train Station
Motorhome Models available in the United Kingdom from our various suppliers
Country name: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; note - Great Britain includes England, Scotland, and Wales.
Conventional short form: United Kingdom (UK).
Location: Western Europe, islands including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of France Climate: Temperate; moderated by prevailing southwest winds over the North Atlantic Current; more than one-half of the days are overcast.
Languages: English, Welsh (about 26% of the population of Wales), Scottish form of Gaelic (about 60,000 in Scotland).
Highest point: Ben Nevis 1,343 m
Climate: The UK has a benign humid-temperate climate moderated by the North Atlantic Current and the country's proximity to the sea. Warm, damp summers and mild winters provide temperatures pleasant enough to engage in outdoor activities all year round. Having said that, the weather in the UK can be changeable and quite often conditions are windy and wet.
Population: 60,609,153 (July 2006 est.)
Currency: British pound (GBP).
Electricity: 230 V 50 Hz with a 3 pin plug.
Drive: On the Left.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe.
The Union comprises four 'home nations': England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The UK today is a diverse patchwork of native and immigrant cultures, possessing a fascinating history and dynamic modern culture, both of which remain hugely influential in the wider world. Although Britannia no longer rules the waves, the UK is still a popular destination for many travellers.
Many cities and towns in the United Kingdom are of interest to travellers outside the capital city of London. Following is a small selection.
Belfast - capital of Northern Ireland
Birmingham - central England's main city and England's second city, features great shopping, and is home of the famous Balti
Brighton - Victorian seaside retreat turned into one of the UK's nightlife capitals.
Bristol - an historical city famed for its Georgian architecture and nautical heritage.
Cardiff - capital of Wales, castle and varied cultural events
Edinburgh - capital of Scotland, home to the famous festival and numerous tourist attractions
Glasgow - Scotland's largest city, new cultural hotspot, former European City of Culture
Manchester - north-western England's main city, thriving bohemian music scene, gay quarter and dozens of tourist attractions
Newcastle - largest city in the north east of England with a busy nightlife, a rejuvinated cultural scene and Hadrian's Wall.
Parks and areas of natural beauty
The United Kingdom has an array of National Parks and designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty that serve to preserve the country's natural heritage. There are 14 National Parks in total and 49 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. There are no Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Scotland, but there are the equivalent National Scenic Areas, of which there are 35 spread across the country.
Stonehenge - an ancient stone circle located near the cathedral city of Salisbury in Wiltshire.
The Georgian architecture and Roman baths in Bath.
York Minster (Cathedral) in the historic city of York.
Canterbury Cathedral - the seat of the head of the church of England. Located in the city of Canterbury in Kent
Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Avon, home of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The ancient and world-renowned universities of Oxford and Cambridge
The Eden Project near St Austell, a massive botanical gardens including an indoor rainforest.
It should be pointed out that whilst these are foods famous for being found primarily in Britain, the British diet actually consists largely of imports, and the menu of even the cheapest pub will include international dishes such as pasta, pizza, or Chinese foods.
Black Pudding - a sausage made of congealed pig's blood and rusks cooked in an intestine. Available in all over the UK but a speciality of the north of England and the Black Country.
Cornish Pasty - beef and vegetables baked in a folded pastry case. Originally a speciality of Cornwall, but now available throughout the UK.
Deep Fried Mars Bar - Orignally from Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, but now available in other parts of Scotland.
Haggis - a mixture of sheep innards and oatmeal boiled in a sheep's stomach. Available widely, but a speciality of Scotland.
Lancashire Hotpot - a hearty vegetable and meat stew. A speciality of Lancashire, but available throughout the UK.
Laverbread - a puree made from seaweed, rolled in oatmeal, lightly fried and generally served with bacon rashers, though can be prepared as a vegetarian dish. Available in Swansea and West Wales.
Oatcakes - this speciality of Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire and Derbyshire is a large, floppy, oat-based pancake, eaten hot with a savoury filling. Not to be confused with the Scottish oatcake, a sort of biscuit.
Potato Bread - a mixture of potatoes, salt, butter and flour. A speciality of Northern Ireland, which when added to a Full English Breakfast (alongside Soda Bread) forms an 'Ulster Fry. This is also known as Potato Cakes in England.
Yorkshire Pudding - a savoury side dish made from unsweetened batter. Squat and round in shape - often served with a roast dinner (consisting of roast potatoes, roast beef and yorkshire puddings). Originally a speciality of Yorkshire, but a popular side-dish throughout the UK.
Britons tend to drink alcohol mainly in the evening, during the day they are sustained by tea and coffee.
British real ales, championed by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), are amongst the best in the world - though people used to colder, blander, fizzier beers may find that the taste needs to be acquired. The phrase "free house" is usually the main indicator for people looking for a good choice of beer, because this indicates that the pub was not owned by a particular brewery and served whatever beer its landlord though would appeal to their customers.
Beer in pubs is served in pint and half-pint measures, or in bottles. Simply ordering a beer on tap will be interpreted as a request for a pint, eg 'A London Pride, please'. Alternatively 'half a London Pride, please' will get you a half-pint