We are located near Ulverston in Cumbria, situated in the South Lakes, it is the perfect place from which to embark on a tour of the beautiful Lake District in one of our brand new motorhomes for hire. Our luxury motorhomes have fixed beds, which is the preferred layout and the most practical and comfortable way to go touring for those looking for motorhome hire in Cumbria.
- 4, 5 and 6 Berth
- Dog Friendly
- Long and Short Hires
- European Hire
What Size Motorhome to Choose?
We have luxury motorhomes than can accommodate from one person up to six people. If we think of the berth as being the maximum number of people that can sleep in a motorhome then there are plenty of options for smaller groups to hire a larger motorhome and enjoy the luxury of extra space that this affords.
4 Berth – Ellie and Emilia have a fixed double bed at the rear that is always made up plus another double at the front of the motorhome that is made up from the seating area. This makes them a perfect choice for a couple, who wouldn’t have to make use of the double bed towards the front or three or four people who can quickly transform the seating area into the secondary double bed and back again in the morning.
5 Berth – Leo and Lola have a fixed double bed at the rear that is always made up plus a dropdown double bed towards the front, which is 3ft 5 off the ground under which is an optional 5th single bed, making them a perfect fit for a number of groups from a couple who wish to travel in more luxury with the extra space afforded by only making use of the fixed double bed or up to five people who would make use of all of the available beds.
6 Berth – Elijah has fixed bunk beds at the rear that can easily accommodate adults and two double beds, one of which is over the cab and the other is made up from the seating area towards the front. This layout is perfect for a family or for a group of up to six with plenty of space for everyone to sleep comfortably.
Motorhome Hire Cumbria and The Lake District
One of the UK’s Top Holiday Destinations
The Lake District has more than sixteen lakes or waters and numerous tarns. Therefore, there are plenty of opportunities to go rowing, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, walking and fishing. You can enjoy a bite to eat and a glass of wine after a days walking or visiting a local attraction.
Some of the most popular places to visit are;
Ullswater, near Penrith
Going Further Afield – Exploring Europe
Endless Opportunity for Year Round Adventure
Motorhoming and camping abroad opens up a whole new world of adventure and is becoming increasingly popular and not just in the Summer months, there are a vast array of places to see and things to do across Europe that are accessible 12 months of the year.