Motorhome/ Campervan Hire Cardiff Airport

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Motorhome/ Campervan Collection Procedure

Please call 0800 688 9869 when collecting your luggage to arrange the shuttle bus transfer.

Motorhome/ Campervan Branch Address

Holiday Inn Express
Port Road, Rhoose
Cardiff
CF62 3BT

Hiring a Motorhome/ Campervan at Cardiff Airport

You can pick your Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan up from Cardiff Airport, in Wales, whenever is convenient for you. This is a popular destination for travellers, and you will find lots to do to keep you occupied before you set off on your Motorhome/ Campervan holiday. After picking up your rented Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan from Cardiff Airport, you might like to do something in the city of Cardiff itself, such as visit the St. Fagans: National History Museum, Cardiff Castle, or even take a Gavin & Stacy Tour!

If nature is your thing then Porthkerry Country Park is well worth a visit, with stunning scenery and plenty of places to have a picnic. It is a good day out in itself, with plenty to see and do, and you can also have food or drink there in the cafe. Dyffryn Gardens and Arboretum, Bute Park, and excursions by See Wales Tours, are all attractions that allow you to experience the wonder of Welsh nature and scenery.

Cardiff and the surrounding areas is a popular location for outdoor activities. If this is your thing then you may be interested to partake in Blue Ocean Activities & Adventure, who run a range of outdoor adventure activities such as Gorge Walking, White Water Rafting, Quad Biking and much more. Similarly you can experience White Water Rafting with Cardiff International White Water, which is located in Cardiff. Also available to enjoy the outdoors is Cardiff Cycle Tours, Cardiff Walking Tour, and plenty of boating tours around the area.
Cardiff is a great place to enjoy before embarking on your Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan holiday – with culture, sports, events, an antiques market, shopping, food and drink, there really is something for everyone here.

Croeso i Gymru – Motorhome/ Campervan Hire Trip

Here I have a Motorhome/ Campervan hire itinerary with highlights including Cardiff, picturesque Snowdonia, Gower peninsula and Pembrokeshire. If the countryside is what you’re after (with plenty of sheep!) then check out Wales…

We begin the Motorhome/ Campervan Hire from our Depot in Cardiff. From here explore ‘The Capital of Wales’. Highlights here include the Millennium Stadium and the regenerated Cardiff Bay. Cardiff is nearly always a good night out especially if there is a match or a concert on at the stadium. Then travel further west before stopping off at Swansea. Check out the National Waterfront Museum & the Dylan Thomas centre.

Well I know by now that after the hustle and bustle of the cities you’ll be craving some of that fresh outdoor life that Wales promises. You won’t be disappointed as the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire await. Surfing, sea kayaking, wild windswept cliff tops, golden sandy beaches and more castles than anywhere sum up the Welsh southwest corner.
Continue up past Fishguard to Aberystwyth. The town of Aberystwyth is nestled between three hills and two beaches, and hosts some castle ruins, a pier and a harbour. The surrounding hills hold the visible remains of an Iron Age fort and also a monument to Wellington. Once you’ve climbed the hills they offer stunning views of Cardigan Bay. It’s also a good place to hire a mountain bike as the Cambrian Mountains are a fantastic area to ride in. Nant Bwlch yr Arain is the main centre with tracks from 9m to 35km.

If adventure sport is your thing next stop in your Motorhome/ Campervan is the Snowdonia national park. Plenty of walks, climbing, mountain biking or if you’re after a more laid back approach, take the cog train up the side of Mt Snowdon- the views are fantastic. Stay overnight in Caernarfon just make sure you check out the Caernarfon Castle before you leave.
Just a little further up the road is the Island of Anglesey. Make your way to Holyhead, it is the largest town on the island of Anglesey and is perhaps known best for being a busy ferry port. If you fancy pushing the boat out catch a ferry over to Dublin from here. Once you’ve finished exploring leave the island & head directly east, stopping in at Conway and driving through Denbighshire before overnighting in Llangollen.
In Llangollen the Horseshoe Falls and Thomas Telfords viaduct are a definitely worth a visit and for something a bit different take a ride in England’s oldest tourist attraction- a horse drawn canal boat along the Llangollen canal. After your overnight stay in Llangollen head south through the beautiful rolling countryside to Llandrindod Wells and Rhayader then back to our Cardiff Depot.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Motorhome/ Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Cardiff.
Emily x

Short Motorhome/ Campervan Break in Cardiff.

Cardiff, Wales’ Capital city offers spectacular shopping, museums, dining and entertainment. You can visit the free National Museum Cardiff, spectacular Cardiff Castle and see the impressive Millennium Stadium all within the city centre. Top class entertainment is on offer at Cardiff Bay with its restaurants, waterside views and Wales Millennium Centre. The UK’s smallest capital city might not have the all-star appeal of its rivals, but Cardiff’s blend of historic landmarks, vast green spaces and modern shopping malls, means there’s plenty to keep visitors busy. Here’s an example of a Motorhome/ Campervan Itinerary in Cardiff.

Day 1: Get your bearings

Collect your Motorhome/ Campervan from our Cardiff depot, drop your Motorhome/ Campervan off at your chosen caravan park then take a walking tour around the city, starting off with the city’s most striking landmark – Cardiff Castle. Explore the underground WWII tunnels and marvel at the exquisite Victorian apartments that make up the fairytale castle, once belonging to the Marquess of Bute. Then wander through the neighbouring 130 acre (56 hectare) Bute Park – the city’s largest and most impressive picnic spot – towards the iconic 12th century Llandaff Cathedral. 

Day 2: Immerse yourself in Welsh culture 

Cardiff is a hub of art, theatre and literature, and there’s plenty of home-grown talent to discover. Pay a visit to The National Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagan’s, a fascinating recreation of Wales from the Celtic period through to today, then explore the country’s geological history at the National museum and Art Gallery, also home to a fantastic array of Welsh art. As the sun sets, take a stroll along the redeveloped Cardiff Bay Barrage, where you’ll find the Norwegian Church Arts Centre, another important exhibition space for local artists.

Day 3: Get out of the city

Take a day trip to the Anglo-Norman Caerphilly Castle, one of Britain’s largest medieval fortresses. Explore the Roman Ruins of Caerleon, home to the amphitheatre known as ‘King Arthur’s Round Table’ or take a coastal walk along the tallest sand dune in Europe at Ogmore by Sea.
If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Motorhome/ Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Cardiff.

Emily x

Cardiff Traditional Christmas Market with a modern twist.

Hire one of our Motorhome/ Campervans from our Cardiff Depot and explore Christmas in the Beautiful City of Cardiff. As part of Cardiff’s ‘Step into Christmas’ city wide celebrations they have plenty going on. There’s the Christmas Market, the Winter Wonderland with its own outdoor ice rink and Santa’s Groto in Cardiff Castle.

The Cardiff Christmas Market has been successfully run by Craft*folK since 1994 and is located in the heart of Cardiff City Centre. The Christmas Market offers a unique shopping experience with an immense selection of over 150 individual, predominantly small Welsh businesses, selling a wide variety of diverse arts and crafts interspersed with seasonal food and drink. The Cardiff Christmas Market trading hours are 10am to 5.30pm Monday – Saturday, 10am to 5pm on Sunday and Thursdays in December the opening times are 10am-7pm.

Here is something very magical for the Children, a definite date for the diary. On Thursday 12th November between 4.45pm-7.30pm beautiful Cairngorm Reindeer will parade through the city centre pulling Father Christmas on his sleigh. There will also be guest appearances by Captain Barnacles and Kwazii from The Octonauts.

If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Motorhome/ Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Cardiff.
Emily x