Campervan / Motorhome Hire Liverpool Airport

Branch Address

**Airport Transfer**
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
L24 1YD

Telephone Number, E-mail & Socials

0044 (0)1942 821080

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Liverpool Airport Collection Procedure

Easicampers is situated perfectly for your motorhome collection when arriving at Liverpool Airport. whether you are travelling to Scotland, Devon, Yorkshire or Wales. At our location in Wigan we are in easy reach of the three major motorways M6, M58 & M61.When you arrive at liverpool airport you can u can either hop in a cab or on the train the nearest train station is situated at liverpool south parkway and is located approximately 3 miles from the airport itself Transport is available between the airport and the rail station via the 80A and 86A bus services which operate up to every 20 mins. There is a direct train from liverpool south parkway to wigan, travel time is approx. 45 minutes where our depot is located approx. 0.3 miles walk from the train station to the Easicampers depot making it easy and convenient to collect your motorhome.

Liverpool Hire Fleet


  • 2 BERTH. VW Grand California camper, 4 berth with shower, toilet, kitchen sink and hob. Automatic drive.
  • 2 BERTH. Fiat Toleno L motorhome, 2 berth with shower, toilet, kitchen. Can be 2 x single beds or one huge double.
  • 2-4 BERTH. Fiat Tribute 669 motorhome, 4 berth with shower and toilet. Can be 2 x singles or 2 x double beds. We can remove top double bed if required leaving one double bed below.
  • 2-4 BERTH. VW California Automatic T6.1. Iconic campervan with electric pop up roof. Sleeps 2 upstairs and 2 down. with bike rack and awning. Sleeps 4. No toilet on board but we can provide porta potti.
  • 2-4 BERTH. Auto Trail T615, Luxury 4 berth motorhome sleeps 4 with shower and toilet. One double bed over the cab and 2 x singles in the main cabin.
  • 6 BERTH. Ford Zefiro 675. Luxury motorhome, sleeps 6, shower, toilet, kitchen, bike rack. 1 x double bed over the cab, one double bed in the main cabin, 2 single beds (bunks) at rear of motorhome.

Our friendly hire team will show you around your motorhome or campervan before you drive away.

Liverpool – Isle of Man – Ireland Campervan Trip

One popular tour option these days is to use the Isle of Man as a stop on your journey across the Irish Sea. Jump on a ferry in Liverpool to Douglas, you can then spend a few days exploring the beautiful Isle of Man in our Easicampers Campervan. Then hop on a ferry to either Dublin or Belfast, then continue your Campervan driving tour in Ireland.

Douglas is the capital of the Isle of Man, and is a beautiful seaside resort that was popular in the Victorian era. The buildings that stand there today are mostly Victorian architecture, giving the city a picturesque feel, particularly along the city promenade. Here you’ll see trams pulled along by horses, and steam trains pulling out of each end of the promenade. Being the capital, it’s also a hub of different forms of entertainment, with a great many bars, restaurants, and cafes to choose from.

Ferry crossing times aren’t long – between 2 hours 45 minutes and 4 hours 15 minutes, depending on the route you choose. All the ferry crossings are operated by The Isle of Man Steam Packet Co, which is an attraction in itself, since it is considered to be the oldest continuously operating passenger ferry company in the world. You can just tell from the name that there’s lots of history here. The Steam Packet Co originally began operating way back in 1830, and is getting on for around 200 years old. These days they have a very modern fleet of ships, especially the super-fast Manannan, which operates on the Liverpool to Douglas route. So don’t worry, despite the name, the boats aren’t steam powered these days. 😉

If you’d like any information on our EasiCampervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easicampers Liverpool.

Emily x

Explore the Causeway Costal Route in a Campervan

Welcome to what is rightfully known as ‘one of the world’s great road journeys’: the Causeway Coastal Route.
The route takes in a rich tapestry of legendary landmarks, fantastical locations used by HBO’s Game of Thrones and into the culture-filled villages of the Glens of Antrim. The route follows a majestic coastal road starting in Belfast and ending in Derry~Londonderry. Hugging the coastline and dipping inland to rural glens and villages for 195 miles, the route may not cover huge distances, but each location is worth savouring.

Hiring one of our Campervans from the Liverpool Depot and taking it on the Ferry across to Belfast exploring the Causeway Costal route.
The Following are a selection of Locations along the ‘The Causeway coastal route’:

· Belfast – Birthplace of Titanic and gateway to Northern Ireland, Belfast was voted one of the world’s top destinations for 2012.

· Carrickfergus – dominated by the famous Carrickfergus Castle, built in the 12th Century, and is Ireland’s oldest and best preserved Norman citadel.

· The Gobbins – On the very edge of the Irish Sea lie The Gobbins cliffs. These towering giants cling to the edge of Island magee.

· Larne – The coastal area around Larne has been inhabited for millennia, and it thought to have been one of the earliest inhabited areas of Ireland.

· Ballygally – Home of the stunning Ballygally Castle which was built back in 1625 and is steeped in history.

· Glenarm – Home of the Glenarm Castle. For 400 years the family home of the Earls of Antrim and the setting of a glorious Walled Garden which is open to visitors from May to September. Glenarm is a place of outstanding natural beauty and the fabulous setting, of built and rural heritage

· Carnlough – It has a picturesque harbour on the shores of Carnlough Bay.

· Waterfoot – Waterfoot is a small village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the historic barony of Glenarm Lower and the civil parishes of Ardclinis and Layd. It’s a popular tourist spot.

· Cushendall – Cushendall village is the meeting point of three glens: Glenann, Glenballylemon and Glencorp. In this picturesque village, preserved Georgian houses line the four streets, and the Curfew Tower is still a centrepiece

· Cushendun – A village, owned by The National Trust, in the beautiful Glens of Antrim. A haven for wild life and history. The ideal location for holidays and days out with a wonderful sandy beach & viewsacross the Irish Sea to Scotland.

· Ballycastle – Ballycastle town is at the heart of the famous Nine Glens of Antrim and the Causway coast. Renowned for its outstanding beauty and costal scenery.

· Ballintoy – It is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of North Antrim. The Ballintoy Harbour is built from limestone blocks and surrounded by limestone Cliffs. The locality is steeped in history and folklore.

· Giants Causeway – The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This designation was given in 1986 to what has been widely referred to as the eight wonder of the natural world.

· Bushmills – Bushmills is  the gateway village to the Giant’s Causeway and home to the Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery

· Portrush – Portrush is built on a peninsula with exceptional views to Donegal, Dunluce Castle and the Giant’s Causeway, it has two exceptional main beaches and excellent coastal walks

· Portstewart – Its harbour and scenic coastal paths form an Atlantic promenade leading to 2 miles of golden strand. Portstewart is probably best known for this sandy beach, popular with surfers.

· Coleraine – Coleraine is situated on the River Bann. It is one of the largest towns on the Causeway Coastal Route.

· Derry – LondonDerry – Derry / Londonderry is the capital of the north west and was the UK City of Culture in 2013, it straddles the river Foyle, the two parts joined by the Craigavon bridge and a new pedestrian peace bridge.

As you can see there are plenty of places to explore and discover. If you’d like any information on hiring one of our Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easicampers Liverpool.
Emily x