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Devon in a motorhome

A motorhome tour of Devon, starting from Easicampers in Manchester, is a great way to explore this beautiful region of England. The county of Devon is known for its picturesque countryside, charming villages, and rugged coastline, all of which can be experienced in the comfort of a motorhome.

Starting off in Manchester, you’ll first need to pick up your motorhome from Easicampers. Easicampers is a reputable company that offers a wide range of motorhomes, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Once you’ve picked up your motorhome, you can begin your journey south towards Devon.

As you head towards Devon, you’ll pass through the Peak District, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Here, you can take a break from driving and enjoy some of the many hiking trails and scenic viewpoints. After a few hours of driving, you’ll reach the county of Devon, where the landscape begins to change to rolling hills and lush countryside.

One of the first stops on your Devon motorhome tour should be the historic market town of Totnes. This charming town is known for its medieval architecture, independent shops, and weekly market. It’s also home to the Totnes Elizabethan House Museum, which is a must-see for anyone interested in history.

Next, head to the coastal town of Paignton, which is known for its long, sandy beaches and its bustling seafront. Here, you can take a stroll along the promenade, enjoy some fish and chips, and explore the Paignton Pier, which is home to a variety of amusement arcades and attractions.

As you continue your journey along the Devon coastline, you’ll come across the seaside town of Torquay, which is known for its picturesque beaches and elegant Victorian architecture. It’s also home to the Torre Abbey Museum, which is a great place to learn about the town’s history and culture.

Further down the coast, you’ll come to the town of Dartmouth, which is known for its medieval castle and its picturesque waterfront. Here, you can take a boat trip along the River Dart, or simply enjoy the views from one of the many cafes and restaurants.

No tour of Devon would be complete without a visit to the city of Exeter, which is known for its Roman ruins and its historic cathedral. Here, you can explore the Exeter Cathedral, which dates back to the 14th century, or take a stroll around the city’s ancient Roman walls.

Finally, as you head back towards Manchester, you can make a stop at the Dartmoor National Park, which is known for its rugged beauty and its wild ponies. Here, you can take a hike along one of the many trails, or simply enjoy the views from one of the many viewpoints.

Overall, a motorhome tour of Devon is a great way to explore this beautiful region of England. With so much to see and do, from charming towns and villages to rugged coastline and countryside, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re a history buff, a nature lover, or simply looking for a relaxing holiday, a motorhome tour of Devon is the perfect way to experience all that this region has to offer.

To hire a motorhome from Easicampers Manchester contact our dedicated sales team on 01942 778899

Wales Motorhome Tour from Manchester

Day 1: Arrival in Cardiff

Start your 7-day motorhome tour of Wales by picking up your Easicampers motorhome in Manchester Airport. After a quick orientation and walk-through of the motorhome, you can hit the road and start exploring the city. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and has a rich history and culture. Visit Cardiff Castle, a medieval castle that has been beautifully restored, or take a stroll through the trendy Cardiff Bay area. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the many campsites in or around the city and enjoy a traditional Welsh dinner.

Day 2: Cardiff to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Leave Cardiff and head west towards Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This national park is known for its rugged coastline, picturesque villages, and diverse wildlife. The park has over 186 miles of coastline, so there is plenty to explore. Take a hike along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, one of the most beautiful coastal walks in the UK, or visit one of the many beaches such as Tenby or Saundersfoot. In the evening, park your Easicampers motorhome at one of the campsites in the national park and enjoy a sunset over the sea.

Day 3: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Spend another day exploring Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a boat tour to see the seals and dolphins that inhabit the coast or visit St David’s, the smallest city in the UK. In the afternoon, head to Skomer Island, a nature reserve that is home to a large population of puffins, guillemots, and razorbills. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near St David’s and enjoy a traditional Welsh seafood dinner.

Day 4: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to Snowdonia National Park

Leave Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and head north towards Snowdonia National Park. This national park is home to the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon, and is known for its rugged landscapes and beautiful lakes. Take the scenic drive along the A470 to reach the park, and stop at the many viewpoints along the way. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the campsites in the national park and enjoy a hike in the surrounding hills.

Day 5: Snowdonia National Park

Spend the day exploring Snowdonia National Park. Take the railway to the summit of Snowdon, or hike to the top if you are feeling adventurous. Visit the beautiful lakes of Llyn Llydaw and Llyn Glaslyn, or take a boat tour on Llyn Padarn. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near the town of Betws-y-Coed and enjoy a traditional Welsh dinner.

Day 6: Snowdonia National Park to Anglesey

Leave Snowdonia National Park and head north towards Anglesey. This island is known for its beautiful beaches, historic sites, and wildlife. Visit the ancient standing stones of Bryn Celli Ddu, or take a boat tour to see the seals and dolphins that inhabit the coast. In the evening, park your motorhome at one of the campsites on the island and enjoy a sunset over the sea.

Day 7: Anglesey

Spend the day exploring Anglesey. Visit the medieval castle of Beaumaris, or take a hike along the Anglesey Coastal Path. In the afternoon, visit the small town of Cemaes, known for its picturesque harbor and traditional Welsh pubs. In the evening, park your motorhome at a campsite near the beach and enjoy a walk before your journey back in the morning.

Return your motorhome to our Easicampers depot in Manchester and start planning your next break away with us.

Contact us on 01942 778899 for more information for one of our Easicampers Motorhomes

Manchester Camper Hire

Easicampers is a motorhome hire company based in Manchester Airport, providing customers with a wide range of motorhomes to choose from. They offer a variety of sizes and styles of motorhomes, from small camper vans to large luxury motorhomes, to suit the needs of any traveller. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, a romantic getaway, or a road trip with friends, Easicampers has a motorhome or campervan to suit your needs.

One of the main benefits of hiring a motorhome from Easicampers is the convenience of being based at Manchester Airport. This makes it easy for customers to start their journey without the need for additional transportation to a different location. The airport also offers a range of facilities, including car parking, cafes, and shops, making it a great starting point for your motorhome/camper adventure.

Easicampers offers a wide range of motorhomes and campervans to choose from, catering to different budgets and preferences. They have a selection of small camper vans that are perfect for couples or solo travellers, as well as larger motorhomes that can accommodate families or groups of friends. The company also has a range of luxury motorhomes, which are ideal for those looking for a more comfortable and luxurious road trip experience.

One of the most popular campervan in the Easicampers fleet is the Ford Zefiro 675. This luxury motorhome is perfect for families or groups of friends, with a spacious interior that can comfortably accommodate up to six people. The Ford is equipped with all the necessary facilities, including a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom, and comfortable sleeping areas.

Another popular motorhome in the Easicampers fleet is the Volkswagen California T6.1 Ocean. This compact campervan is perfect for couples or solo travellers, as it is easy to drive and park in tight spaces. The California is equipped with a fully-equipped kitchen, comfortable sleeping area, and a heating system that runs off the diesel in the vehicle. It also has a pop-up roof, which provides additional space for sleeping or storage.

In addition to the motorhome hire, Easicampers also offers a range of additional services to make the journey more comfortable and enjoyable. They offer a variety of extras, such as bedding and kitchen equipment, GPS system and gas bottle which is ideal for wild camping to make the motorhome feel like a home away from home.

Easicampers is a great choice for anyone looking to hire a motorhome in Manchester Airport. With a wide range of motorhomes to choose from, a convenient location, and a range of additional services, the company makes it easy for customers to enjoy a comfortable and enjoyable road trip. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, a romantic getaway, or a road trip with friends, Easicampers has a motorhome to suit your needs.

For more information on motorhomes in our Manchester Airport location contact us on 01942 778899

Manchester Motorhome Hire

Manchester motorhome hire

Are you looking to hire a brand new 6 berth motorhome here at Easicampers wigan we have the ford zefiro motorhomes that are available for collection from the Wigan depot. Our Easicamp office is located just a s40 minute drive from the airport or an hours train journey direct into Wigan North Western
Manchester is a great city to visit with plenty to see and do but if you are looking at traveling around Britain then why not have a look at the top museums listed below;

The British Museum, London
The British museum in London has over 60 galleries across five floors, immersing visitors in a diverse range of cultures, lifestyles, and beliefs from around the world. The glass-roofed Great Court opened to the public in December 2000, following a major redesign.
National Space Centre, Leicester
The National Space Centre in Leicester is an award-winning visitor experience, offering six interactive galleries and oodles of family fun. The museum takes you through the story of space travel, decade by decade. Climb the Rocket Tower, see real spacecraft, and learn about the Apollo missions to the moon. Kids will love the 3D simulator experience. Fantastic for all the family travelling with you.
St Fagan’s National History Museum, Cardiff
There’s something for everyone at St Fagan’s, with acres of gardens and hidden treasures. Explore the Iron Age village, the tannery, the workman’s institute and the post-war prefab. Then get right up to date with a modern ‘eco’ house, full of the latest technology to demonstrate how you can generate your own fuel and minimize your carbon footprint.

The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
The National Museum of Scotland has recently opened ten new galleries, intended to inspire the scientists, engineers, artists and designers of the future. The four new art and design galleries are called Fashion and Style, Making and Creating, Design for Living, and Art of Living. They explore decorative art, techniques and inspirations, the works of great artists, and creative ideas that have shaped contemporary design.

If you are looking at hiring a motorhome then please come down to Easicamper wigan and our friendly team will show you what vehicles we have available or you can see them on our website if you wish to make a booking 019427788899.

Chirstmas In a Motorhome

Planning on visiting your family in UK over the festive period. Don’t fancy paying the over inflated hotel costs and then taxi fares to get you to their house, then why not hire one of our 6 berth motorhomes from our Wigan depot.

With great transport links we are located next to the mainline station at Wigan North Western. When you arrive in the country at either Manchester or Liverpool Airport we are less than an hour away on the train.

Our motorhomes have shower, toilet, heating and hot water and i’m sure your relatives will let you plug the electricity cable so you don’t feel the lovely British winter weather in your motorhome. For more information on our Christmas motorhome rentals please contact us on 01942 778899.

North Wales Motorhome Hire

Why not hire one of our 6 berth motorhomes and take a tour round the North coast of Wales. After collecting your vehicle from our location in Wigan, which is ideally located for the M56 motorway into North Wales. Make your first stop on the outskirts of the roman walled city of Chester on the Wales/England border.

After hooking up your motorhome and getting to know the in’s and out’s of motorhome life, take a walk in to the city and enjoy the great food and evening entertainment.

North Wales is a great place for your first motorhome experience, you could follow the coast road and visit the seaside towns of Rhyl and Llandudno, followed by the harbours of Conwy and Caernarfon where you might want to visit their famous castles.

If the forest route suits you better take the roads to Ruthin, Bala and Dolgellau towards the seaside town of Barmouth before swinging back up through Betwys-y-Coed through Snowdonia National Park.

Wales is perfect for all motorhome enthusiasts new and old.

Manchester Summer RV Hire

British summertime is almost upon us and after two weeks of glorious weather over the Easter period who knows what type of weather we will get but that’s the fun of hiring a motorhome. Here at Manchester, we have 3 different styles of motorhome sleeping from 2 people all the way up to 6 so each motorhome suits all type of family.
After picking up your motorhome from Manchester after either getting our free shuttle service or using the local transport system you are off on your way to enjoying a fantastic holiday away in one of our luxury motorhomes.
The Manchester area has a long list of fantastic places to visit whilst on your vacation in the United Kingdom. If its hall’s and gardens you are after then you are in luck, within a 50 mile radius of Manchester there are numerous places to visit here are our top 3 to visit.
Tatton Park
Located to the South West of Manchester this is the ideal place to spend a summer’s day just relaxing taking in the breath taking views across the Japanese garden, or from the impressive 18th century Mansion which is located amongst a 100 acre deer park.
Take a stroll through the gardens or visit the working rare breed’s farm where the farm workers do daily demonstrations from milking cow’s to how the machinery works.
During the year there are numerous events on from the RHS flower show in July tickets must be pre purchased) to the Classic Car Spectacular in June.
Visit for more info and events that are taking place

Trentham Gardens
Just under 40 miles from Manchester so roughly a hour’s drive in your motorhome you will arrive in the leafy county of Staffordshire.
Trentham Gardens is located on the outskirts of Stoke on Trent famous for its famous pottery factories from times gone by, and has lots to offer the young and old.
If you have taken the children away with you they will love this place there is a hide and speak maze which will keep them entertained along with a sand filled playground or they could try to find the 14 fairies which call Trentham their home.
If it’s a more relaxed time you after then take a walk through the stunning gardens or visit Monkey Forest which is home to over 140 Barbary Macaques.
Take a trip on the the lake and hire a rowing boat or enjoy a cruise on a catamaran and let someone else do the hard work.
Please visit for opening times and prices

Walton Hall and Gardens
Set in the plush Cheshire countryside nestled alongside the Bridgwater Canal 26 miles from Manchester in your motor home. Walton Hall has lots to do but is mainly for walkers, take a trip through the gardens or take part in the many activities that take place. There are artisan markets on during the year and they have medieval jousting days on.
There is a small farm/zoo where you can see peacocks and donkeys . In the summer Walton Hall is the place to be with lots of room for picnics and space to have fun. There is a crazy golf course, a putting green and a 9 hole pitch and putt course. If you have children then there is a Thomas the Tank land train that takes you round the gardens for a small fee.
If your’e looking for a motorhome to hire from Manchester then why not give us a call on 01942 821080 for more information or you can book online at
We love to see our customers in their leisure vehicle and love receiving pictures from you if you do take any please share them on our many social media outlets including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Winter Motorhome Hire

Lots of people are looking to have a short break away in a motorhome or campervan over the winter months. With people having holidays cancelled, plans being cancelled due to the Covid restrictions, it’s one way to have a holiday and some valuable family time. Some people are put off by the thought of being cold or weather issues, however, the motorhomes if they are used correctly are really toasty warm. We have put some things together that should be a must when considering which campsites to use, these handy tips will allow your trip to be as fuss free as possible.

What to consider when looking for a campsite over winter:

The main thing that you should consider about the pitch in winter is checking that it is hardstanding. The reason for this is that when pitching up on a hardstanding pitch, the ground is much sturdier than on a grass pitch. This will prevent you from becoming stuck in a muddy puddle!

Another really good tip is to check that the site has electric hook up. This is great to have in winter, even though the heating & hot water will work on both gas & electric, it will be used much more over the winter months than in summer. With electric hook up it is a lot more cost effective, this way you can leave the heating & hot water on overnight. If you are going to run off gas only, you should make sure that you have at least one spare bottle in case you run out.

It is important that you know exactly how your motorhome works and if there are dump valves & how to isolate them. Most of the motorhomes or campervans have an automatic frost control valve that will automatically dump any water at low temperatures. This prevents water from freezing in pipes. This is a really good reason to have your heating on low whilst using the electric hook up. This would allow your vehicle to stay at a temperature where the dump valve will not be activated. Spend some time with the representative from easicampers that shows you around the vehicle & ask about trips they may have had in the motorhome, the staff are all very knowledgeable about the vehicles & will have used them at some point to get to know them better.

The larger motorhomes are self-contained and have showers & toilets on board so that you don’t have to nip to the shared facilities on sites, however, due to restrictions, you will find that many of the facilities (showers & toilets) may not be available in the current restrictions. If you plan to hire a VW California, it would be advisable to check the sites you are planning on visiting have facilities open. If they are not available you may want to add on one of the porta potties that can fit easily in the back of the vehicle.

You will also need to make sure that you pack appropriate clothing for your trip. If you are planning on taking a pet with you and having long winter walks, you should consider taking plenty of warm clothing and good dry footwear, also consider what items you will need to take along for your pet, for example blankets or wash items.

There are some really fantastic landscapes around the UK and there are campsites that open all year round so you will have plenty to choose from when hiring your easicamper from us.

Festival Camping in a Motorhome

What  you need to know, about festival camping in a motorhome?

You will have to buy a separate motorhome ticket in addition to your festival tickets.
Everyone staying in your motorhome will require a festival ticket.
In some instances it is allowable to park a car next to the motorhome.
Once settled in your designated  space you will probably be required to remain there until the end of the festival.
You will not have access to an electric hook up but your motorhome rental will run on the leisure battery and gas for all of its amenities (hot water, shower, fridge, cooker, heating, lighting) with the exception of the 240V plug sockets (remember to pack a car phone charger) Turning over the engine each morning will keep the leisure battery topped up throughout your stay. This is important as generators are usually not allowed.

But the best thing of all is, you will get to enjoy the atmosphere of the event,  but still have all your home comforts.

Motorhome Try before you Buy

Have you ever thought about owning your own motor home. Being able to travel the UK and beyond staying in the most romantic and remote parts of the world.

If you’ve never driven a motor home then here in Wigan we advise all potential buyer’s to rent one for a few days or at least a week to give you the idea of what it’s like to own one.

We always suggest a rental of a motorhome before taking the plunge to buy one, these aren’t cheap and cheerful and take a lot of care and attention to maintain and look after.

We have had numerous customers rent from Wigan taking them to Scotland’s Highland’s and Islands to test the water, then after a few hire’s they’ve taken the plunge and purchased a motorhome then gone on to travel Europe in them. 

Quite a popular route is the NC500 this route is a famous road trip round the Northern coast of Scotland you choose if you go East to West or vice- versa. Whichever way you go the views in your motorhome are amazing(so we’ve been told).

Motorhome size is also a good factor for which one to purchase. We hire 2 berth up to 6 berth motor homes there may only be 2 of you but you want space to lounge and watch the day go by if this is the case why not try a 4 berth with extra sofa space and storage for those weeks away.

For more information on renting before you buy contact us here in Wigan on 01942 778899 or visit