Motorhome/ Campervan Collection Procedure
Please call 0800 688 9869 when collecting your luggage to arrange the shuttle bus transfer.
Motorhome/ Campervan Branch Address
Motorhome/ Campervan Rental at Bristol Airport
You are able to collect your Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan from Bristol Airport, making the start of your trip as hassle free as possible. There are many things to see and do once you arrive at Bristol Airport and collect your rented Motorhome/ Campervan, and you may decide to stay in the area and experience some of what it has to offer.
Barley Wood Walled Garden is a beautiful oasis where you can walk around and enjoy the fully established flower and vegetable gardens, as well as drop into their tearoom for some tea and cake. Or why not visit the North Somerset Butterfly House which is only a few miles from the airport itself. At the Butterfly House you can enjoy a tropical paradise feeling, in a place full of exotic plants and fascinating bugs – with knowledgeable staff on hand to answer any questions. Another interesting animal related place to visit is the North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre, where you can view a number of different animals, and also enjoy a display that includes the ability to handle and learn about Owls.
Other outdoor activities you can partake in after renting an Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan from Bristol Airport, are a balloon ride with First Flight, or perhaps an adventurous visit to the Cheddar Caves and Gorge. For the more Urban orientated visitors there is the interesting Blackbeard to Banksy Tour, which involved a walk around the city for just under two hours as you go through one thousand years of Bristol’s history. This is a highly rated tour not to be missed for all the historical references and street art.
Hire a Motorhome/ Campervan from Bristol Airport and go on Holiday to the Exmoor Heritage Coast
This is a perfect way to ease yourself into Holidaying in a Motorhome/ Campervan and not too far from our Bristol Airport Easirent Branch. There’s something for everyone on the Exmoor coast. It is rich in history, heritage and offers traditional seaside fun.
Explore Exmoor’s coast to discover:
– Traditional seaside fun at a traditional Victorian resort at Minehead
– The country’s longest trail, the South West Coast Path, starts traversing Exmoor’s dramatic coast
– The highest cliffs in the country at Great Hangman point
– The highest tides in all of Europe
– The longest heritage railway in England and the only Victorian water powered cliff railway
– Hidden coves, secluded beaches and a rich maritime history.
– The West Somerset coast has its very own Jurassic Coastline perfect for fossil hunting and rock pooling adventures.
The Exmoor coast starts at Combe Martin in the west and stretches to Minehead in the east. Combe Martin has a sandy beach at low tide and lots of rock pools to investigate. Going east one comes to the Heddon Valley with its rocky beach and restored lime kiln. One then comes to Woody Bay and the Valley of Rocks before reaching Lynmouth. Lynmouth has a small harbour and a rocky beach. Continuing easterly one comes to Porlock Weir and Porlock Marsh with salt marshes protected by a long shingle ridge. Continuing on you reach Minehead. Minehead is the area’s largest town. It nestles under Exmoor National Park’s North Hill and is home to the UK’s longest heritage steam railway, the West Somerset Railway.
Minehead Beach is featured in the Good Beach Guide, along with nearby beaches at Dunster, Blue Anchor and Porlock. Coastal villages include the medieval village of Dunster with its romantic turreted castle and the historic port of Watchet. With a lively calendar of events and festivals, coastal villages offer a great base from which to explore Exmoor and the Quantock Hills.
There are a handful of camping sites for you to stay at, which offer wonderful settings for you and your hired Bristol Easirent Motorhome/ Campervan.
If you’d like any information on our Easirent Motorhome/ Campervans or to book one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Easirent Bristol.
England Highlights Motorhome/ Campervan Hire Trip from Bristol Airport
England in 7 days you say? With so much to do, the possibilities are endless, however I have given it some thought and I’ve come up with this itinerary. Highlights include Bath, Ironbridge, Shrewsbury (rated the 2nd happiest place in the UK), York, the beautiful Lake District – the local’s favourite place to visit and North Easts best chippie.
Day One – Once you’ve hired the Motorhome/ Campervan from our Bristol Depot. Head for the Georgian / Roman Bath Spa town of Bath. Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Independent, creative, unique and stylish, Bath is the only place in the UK where you can bathe in naturally hot water and original roman style baths, making it the ultimate spa break destination for thousands of years
Day Two – Head down to Cheddar Gorge and after some early morning cheese tasting in Cheddar Gorge perhaps a spot of spelunking in the Wookey Hole might be in order. Then head east and pick up the M5 and head north past Bristol and Gloucestershire to Ironbridge – home of the Industrial Revolution.
Day Three – In the morning visit the Iron Bridge Museum before heading North to Liverpool via Shrewsbury ‘Home of Charles Darwin’ and Chester. In Liverpool a must see is the Beatles Museum at Albert Dock. After visiting Liverpool head directly North to the Lakes District to overnight.
Day Four – Time to spend a day in the Lakes District and perhaps take a ride on Lake Windermere then visit the steam boat museum. In the afternoon drive over the magnificent Folkestone Pass and overnight in Ullswater.
Day Five – Up early to head East across the Pennines, down to Hawes and through the Yorkshire Dales to England’s east coast and the birth place of Captain James Cook- Whitby. Make sure that you stop in at Bishop Auckland for North East England’s Best Chippie – Beedles.
Day Six – After awakening in Robin Hood Bay start to head towards York. The highlights of York are the Yorkminster Cathedral and the National Rail Museum. Spend most of the day in York before leaving late afternoon heading through Southern Yorkshire past the remains of the Yorkshire mining industry, across the Humber Bridge and onto Lincoln.
Day Seven – In the morning, visit Lincoln Castle and for the Da Vinci Code Tour in the Lincoln Cathedral. After lunch head directly south to hook up with the M11 and the final stop of Cambridge. After spending the afternoon in Cambridge head back to our Bristol Depot to drop off your Motorhome/ Campervan and wave goodbye to a great trip!
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 Bristol.