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Celebrate Father’s Day with an Adventure: Hiring a Motorhome from Wigan

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate the special dad in your life, why not consider hiring a motorhome from Wigan for an unforgettable adventure?

While traditional gifts like ties and socks are nice, experiences often leave a lasting impact and create cherished memories. So, why not hit the open road and embark on a journey filled with exploration, relaxation, and quality time with Dad?

Here are a few reasons why hiring a motorhome from Wigan for Father’s Day could be the perfect gift:

  1. Freedom to Explore: With a motorhome hire from Wigan, the possibilities are endless. Whether Dad dreams of traversing scenic coastlines, winding mountain roads, or charming countryside vistas, an Easicampers motorhome provides the freedom to explore at your own pace. No need to worry about strict schedules or reservations; simply pack up and go wherever the road takes you.
  2. Quality Family Time: In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy for families to get caught up in their busy schedules and miss out on valuable time together. A motorhome getaway from Wigan offers the opportunity to disconnect from the distractions of everyday life and reconnect with one another. Whether you’re cooking meals together, playing board games, or simply enjoying each other’s company under the stars, the shared experiences will strengthen your bond and create lasting memories.
  3. Comfort and Convenience: Wigan’s modern motorhomes are equipped with all the comforts of home, making your journey comfortable and convenient. From fully-equipped kitchens and cosy sleeping quarters to spacious living areas and bathroom facilities, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable trip. Plus, you can bring along all of Dad’s favourite gear, whether it’s fishing rods, golf clubs, or hiking equipment, ensuring that he can indulge in his favourite hobbies along the way.
  4. Flexibility to Tailor the Trip: One of the greatest advantages of hiring a motorhome from the friendly team in Wigan is the flexibility it offers. Unlike traditional vacations that are bound by hotel reservations and predetermined itineraries, a motorhome trip allows you to adapt your plans on the fly. If you stumble upon a hidden gem or decide to linger a little longer in a picturesque town, you have the freedom to do so without any constraints.
  5. Unforgettable Adventures: Whether you’re exploring national parks, discovering quaint small towns, or soaking up the sun on pristine beaches, a motorhome adventure with Wigan promises unforgettable experiences around every corner. From sunrise hikes to sunset barbecues, each day presents new opportunities for adventure and discovery, ensuring that Father’s Day will be a celebration to remember.

So, this Father’s Day, why not skip the traditional gifts and give Dad the gift of adventure with a motorhome getaway from the best team in Wigan? Whether he’s an outdoor enthusiast, a road trip aficionado, or simply in need of some quality family time, a motorhome adventure from Wigan is sure to be a memorable and cherished experience for the whole family. Start planning your journey today and make this Father’s Day one to remember!

For details on motorhome hire for that special dad in your life

Phone us on 01942 778899

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Food and Drink Festivals

Using a VW campervan from Wigan while visiting food and drink festivals in the UK offers several advantages:

  1. Convenience: With a campervan hire , you have your accommodation with you wherever you go. You can stay near the festival grounds, eliminating the need for booking hotels or finding other lodging options.
  2. Cost-effectiveness: Accommodation costs can add up quickly, especially during peak festival seasons. Using a campervan can save you money on hotel bills, allowing you to allocate more of your budget towards enjoying the festival itself.
  3. Flexibility: You have the freedom to come and go as you please. Want to explore other nearby attractions or take a break from the festival crowds? Your campervan provides the flexibility to do so without being tied down to a fixed schedule.
  4. Comfort: After a long day of sampling delicious food and drinks, having a cozy and familiar space to relax and unwind is invaluable. A VW campervan hire, offers comfortable sleeping arrangements and amenities like cooking facilities, allowing you to enjoy meals and downtime in comfort.
  5. Atmosphere: There’s a unique charm to staying in a campervan, adding to the overall experience of attending a festival. It’s a fun and adventurous way to immerse yourself fully in the festival atmosphere.
  6. Community: Campervan areas at festivals often foster a sense of community among attendees. You can meet like-minded people, share stories, and even swap food and drink recommendations.
  7. Scenic Routes: Driving to the festival in a campervan allows you to take scenic routes and enjoy the countryside along the way. It can turn the journey itself into a memorable part of your trip.
  8. Storage: Campervans typically offer ample storage space, making it easy to bring along all the essentials for your festival experience, from camping gear to coolers for storing perishable items.
  9. Environmentally Friendly: Depending on the model and fuel source, campervans can be more environmentally friendly than traditional forms of accommodation, particularly if they use efficient engines or alternative fuels like electric or biodiesel.
  10. Memorable Experience: Finally, staying in a VW campervan from Wigan adds a touch of nostalgia and adventure to your trip. It’s a memorable way to experience both the festival and the surrounding area.

Our VW camper hire from Wigan are great to visit different food and drink festivals across the country. there are also agricultural shows you could visit or if you love the thrill of big Engines why not visit the monster truck or truck shows that take place all over and all year round.

Contact us on 01942 778899 for more details

Pop into our office 44 Queen Street, Wigan, Lancs, WN3 4HX

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The VW California is an ideal vehicle for traveling around the UK with pickup locations in Wigan, Liverpool and Manchester you could travel across the UK with ease.

  1. Compact Size: Its compact size makes your hire campervan easy to navigate through narrow roads and tight parking spaces commonly found in the UK, especially in older cities and towns.
  2. Comfortable Accommodation: Despite its small size, the California offers comfortable sleeping and living accommodations. It typically includes a pop-up roof with a bed, foldable seats that convert into another bed, a small kitchenette with a stove and sink, and ample storage space.
  3. Versatility: The VW California is versatile and can serve as both a mode of transportation and accommodation. You can easily switch between driving and camping modes, making it convenient for exploring different regions of the UK, including the North West of England including near our branch in Wigan.
  4. Fuel Efficiency: Many models of the VW California are equipped with fuel-efficient diesel engines, which can help reduce fuel costs during long journeys around the UK.
  5. Well-equipped: The California comes equipped with various amenities such as heating, lighting, and power outlets, providing a comfortable living space even in remote areas without access to external facilities.
  6. Resale Value: VW California’s tend to hold their value well, making them a good investment for travellers who plan to sell the vehicle after their journey around the UK. Once you’ve returned to the Wigan location, they can give you details about our sales vehicles.
  7. Cultural Icon: The VW California has a certain cultural cachet and is often associated with the freedom and adventure of road trips, adding to the overall experience of traveling around the UK.

Overall, the VW California offers a combination of comfort, convenience, and versatility that makes it well-suited for exploring the diverse landscapes and attractions of the UK.

For details about our campervan hire that we offer contact the team on 01942 778899

Visit them at their town centre location in Wigan

44 Queen Street, Wigan,WN3 4HX

We sell all our vehicle’s from Wigan during the year contact us for more details.

We are also always on the look out for enthusiastic camper and motorhome people to join our team.

Wales Historical Trip

Planning a 10-day campervan hire tour around Wales to visit historic places from the Wigan branch sounds like an exciting adventure! Here’s a suggested itinerary that covers some of the most notable historic sites in Wales whilst travelling in one of our VW California 4 berth campervans from the hire team In Wigan.

Day 1: Wigan to Conwy

  • Start your journey from Wigan and head towards Conwy.
  • Visit Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its medieval architecture and stunning views.
  • Explore Conwy town walls and enjoy a walk along the waterfront.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite near Conwy.

Day 2: Conwy to Anglesey

  • Drive to Anglesey and visit Beaumaris Castle, another UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Explore the picturesque town of Beaumaris and its historic streets.
  • Visit Plas Newydd House and Gardens, a historic mansion with beautiful grounds.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite on Anglesey.

Day 3: Anglesey to Snowdonia National Park

  • Drive in your hired campervan through Snowdonia National Park, stopping at historic sites such as Dolwyddelan Castle.
  • Enjoy scenic drives through the mountains and valleys. Its a bit more scenic than industrial Wigan.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite in Snowdonia.

Day 4: Snowdonia National Park

  • Spend the day exploring more of Snowdonia’s historic sites, such as Harlech Castle.
  • Take a steam train ride on the Ffestiniog Railway for a unique experience.
  • Overnight stay at the same campsite in Snowdonia.

Day 5: Snowdonia National Park to Brecon Beacons National Park

  • Drive south towards Brecon Beacons National Park.
  • Visit Tretower Court and Castle, a historic manor house with medieval origins.
  • Explore the scenic landscapes of the Brecon Beacons.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite in Brecon Beacons National Park.

Day 6: Brecon Beacons National Park

  • Spend the day hiking or exploring more historic sites in the Brecon Beacons, such as Carreg Cennen Castle.
  • Enjoy the natural beauty of the park.
  • Overnight stay at the same campsite in Brecon Beacons National Park.

Day 7: Brecon Beacons National Park to Cardiff

  • Drive to Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.
  • Visit Cardiff Castle and explore its rich history.
  • Explore the National Museum Cardiff to learn more about Welsh history and culture.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite near Cardiff.

Day 8: Cardiff to Swansea

  • Drive to Swansea and visit the Gower Peninsula, known for its beautiful coastline and historic sites.
  • Visit Oystermouth Castle and enjoy the views from its battlements.
  • Explore the charming village of Mumbles.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite near Swansea. Only a few more nights to go in your campervan hired form Wigan.

Day 9: Swansea to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  • Drive to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and explore historic sites such as Pembroke Castle.
  • Visit St. Davids, the smallest city in the UK, and explore its cathedral and ruins of St. Davids Bishop’s Palace.
  • Overnight stay at a campsite in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Day 10: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to Wigan

  • Begin your journey back to Wigan in your hire campervan, stopping at any additional historic sites along the way.
  • Reflect on your adventure through Wales as you head home.

This itinerary offers a mix of historic sites, stunning landscapes, and cultural experiences, providing a comprehensive tour of Wales in 10 days. Adjustments can be made based on personal preferences and interests. Make sure to check campsite availability and any travel restrictions before embarking on your journey

We also sell our fabulous campers on during the year for more information visit our sales page.

Out teams are also always on the look out for motorhome loving people that may be looking for a new job.

Contact us on 01942 778899 for more details on campervan hire

Adventure Awaits

The North Coast 500 (NC500) is a stunning scenic route around the northern coast of Scotland, starting and ending in Inverness. Since you’re starting from Wigan, it will be a bit of a journey to get to the beginning of the route. Here’s a suggested itinerary in your motorhome hire vehilce:

  1. Wigan to Inverness: Plan your route to drive from Wigan to Inverness, which is where the NC500 officially begins. This will likely take around 6-8 hours depending on traffic and your route. The motorhome hire team in Wigan can suggest places to stop at on your way up.
  2. Inverness to Applecross: Start your NC500 journey from Inverness and head west towards Applecross. This is a scenic drive with some challenging roads, but it offers breathtaking views. Applecross is a beautiful coastal village with a stunning backdrop of mountains. Park your motorhome up and plan your next route. Its a bit more scenic up here than in Wigan.
  3. Applecross to Ullapool: From Applecross, continue your journey north to Ullapool. This leg of the journey takes you along the rugged coastline and through some picturesque villages. Ullapool is a lovely fishing town where you can stop for the night and enjoy fresh seafood. the tight roads around here are challenging for experienced drivers. In your hired motorhome
  4. Ullapool to Durness: Next, head northwest from Ullapool towards Durness. This part of the route takes you through some of the most remote and stunning landscapes in Scotland. Be sure to stop at the Smoo Cave along the way.
  5. Durness to John O’Groats: From Durness, continue north towards John O’Groats, which is the most north eastern point of mainland Britain. This leg of the journey offers spectacular coastal views and the chance to see wildlife such as seals and seabirds.
  6. John O’Groats to Inverness: Finally, head south from John O’Groats back to Inverness, completing the NC500 loop. Along the way, you can stop at historic sites such as Dunrobin Castle and explore the beautiful countryside.
  7. Return to Wigan: After completing the NC500 loop, plan your return journey from Inverness to Wigan.


  • Make sure your motorhome is suitable for driving on narrow and winding roads, especially in the more remote areas of the NC500.The team in Wigan can give you handy tips on places to look out for.
  • Plan your accommodations in advance, especially during peak tourist season, as campsites and other accommodations can fill up quickly. Motorhome Hire in Scotland is a big thing and sites can get booked up pretty quick.
  • Stock up on supplies including food, water, and fuel, as amenities can be limited in some areas along the route.
  • Take your time and enjoy the stunning scenery and unique attractions along the NC500.

This itinerary allows you to experience the highlights of the NC500 while starting and ending your journey in Wigan. Adjustments can be made based on your preferences and the time you have available.

We have vehicles for sale as well

Our sister site also have vans for sale

We are also always on the lookout for staff that may want to join the team

Contact us on 01942 778899

Assistant Manager Position Wigan

About us

We are a local van hire and Motorhome rental company who have been based in the Wigan area for over 30 years. We supply different sizes of vans to the public for self drive hire. We also hire motorhome’s and campervans out from our Wigan location very close to the town centre.

We are looking for an experienced Assistant Manager to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the depot Manager, developing strategies to reach organizational goals, and ensuring that all tasks given are completed in a timely and efficient manner. The ideal candidate should have excellent communication and customer service skills, the ability to work to busy schedules, and a strong understanding of the company’s objectives. The ideal candidate will also have previous experience within the vehicle hire industry, preferably excellent knowledge of motorhomes and campervans. Applicant must be computer literate have a knowledge of Office (Excel and Word) , be keen on social media ( facebook, blogs, Instagram,) be able to use AI interface for promoting the business.

As assistant manager you will be required to carry out yard duties, checking vehicles in and out, preparing vehicles for rental, and also delivering vehicles.

Must have valid UK Driving licence with no more than 6 points and been driving for 2 years or longer.


  • Support the manager to achieve business objectives.
  • Deal with customer enquiries both over the phone and face to face, turning leads into bookings
  • Following the process of a hire from booking the client to preparing the vehicle and testing use to customer aftercare when the hire has concluded.
  • Monitor social media for the location on a day to day basis, posting relevant con.
  • Deal with daily reports to ensure smooth running of the depot.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £27,846.00 per year


  • On-site parking

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus scheme
  • Commission pay


  • Supervising experience: 1 year (preferred)
  • Rental industry customer service: 1 year (preferred)
  • Motorhome: 1 year (required)


  • Driving Licence (required)

Work Location: In person

Expected start date: 22/04/2024


Here’s some general information about motorhomes and tips for making the most of a UK holiday in one:

  1. Choosing the Right Motorhome: When selecting a motorhome from Easicampers Wigan, consider factors such as size, layout, facilities, and budget. The Ford Zefiro 675 offers a great layout to accommodate various needs, including sleeping arrangements, kitchen facilities, and bathrooms. Its a family favourite for most of our customers.
  2. Planning Your Route: Research and plan your route in advance. Consider the places you want to visit, the duration of your trip, and the roads suitable for motorhomes. Make sure to check for any restrictions or special requirements for motorhomes in certain areas.
  3. Packing Essentials: Pack essentials such as bedding, towels, kitchen supplies, first aid kit, navigation tools, and entertainment for the journey. Don’t forget to bring appropriate clothing for different weather conditions, as the UK weather can be unpredictable.
  4. Campsite Reservations: While spontaneous stops can be part of the adventure, it’s advisable to book campsites in advance, especially during peak seasons. Many campsites in the UK offer facilities such as electric hook-ups, water supply, waste disposal, and shower blocks.
  5. Explore Nature: The UK is renowned for its stunning countryside and national parks. Take advantage of your motorhome to explore these natural wonders. From the Lake District to the Scottish Highlands, there’s plenty of breathtaking scenery to enjoy.
  6. Visit Historic Sites and Cities: The UK is rich in history and culture, with numerous historic sites, castles, museums, and charming cities to explore. Plan visits to iconic landmarks such as Stonehenge, Edinburgh Castle, or the Roman Baths.
  7. Sample Local Cuisine: One of the joys of traveling in a motorhome is the opportunity to sample local cuisine. Visit farmer’s markets, seafood shacks, and traditional pubs to taste regional specialties and fresh produce.
  8. Stay Flexible: While it’s essential to have a rough itinerary, allow room for flexibility. Embrace spontaneity and be open to unexpected discoveries along the way.
  9. Respect Nature and Communities: Be a responsible traveller by respecting the environment and local communities. Dispose of waste properly, follow designated trails, and adhere to local regulations.
  10. Capture Memories: Finally, don’t forget to capture memories of your UK motorhome holiday. Take plenty of photos and journal your experiences to reminisce about your adventure for years to come.

By following these tips and making the most of your Ford Zefiro motorhome, you’re sure to have an unforgettable holiday exploring the beauty and diversity of the UK.

Get in touch with us on 01942 778899 for availability & quotes, start planning your next adventure with Easicampers Wigan.


It sounds like you’re planning a trip to Oulton Park for British motorsport events and considering hiring a motorhome from Wigan. Oulton Park is a renowned motorsport venue in Cheshire, England, known for hosting various racing events including British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), British Superbike Championship (BSB), and more.

If you’re looking to hire a motorhome from Wigan for such an event, there is a major motorhome rental companie you can explore. Here’s a general outline of how you might plan your trip:

  1. Research Motorhome Rental Companies: Look for motorhome rental companies in Wigan or nearby areas. You can use online platforms or directories to find rental options that suit your preferences in terms of size, features, and budget.
  2. Book in Advance: Motorhome rentals, especially during peak seasons or popular events, can get booked up quickly. It’s advisable to book your motorhome well in advance to secure your preferred vehicle and dates.
  3. Plan Your Route: Consider the route from Wigan to Oulton Park. Plan your journey in advance, taking into account traffic conditions, toll roads, and any necessary stops along the way.
  4. Event Tickets: Make sure to purchase tickets for the British motorsport event at Oulton Park in advance. Check the official website of the venue or the event organizer for ticket availability and pricing.
  5. Parking and Facilities: Research parking options and facilities available for motorhomes at Oulton Park. Some venues offer dedicated motorhome parking areas with facilities such as water and electricity hook-ups.
  6. Pack Essentials: Pack essentials for your motorhome trip, including bedding, kitchen supplies, toiletries, and any other items you may need for a comfortable stay.
  7. Follow Safety Guidelines: Ensure that you follow all safety guidelines and regulations both on the road and at the event venue to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Remember to check for any specific requirements or restrictions related to motorhomes at Oulton Park, as policies may vary depending on the event and venue regulations. With proper planning and preparation, you can have a fantastic experience enjoying British motorsport at Oulton Park in your hired motorhome from Wigan.

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Easter Excitement

Cheshire, known for its picturesque countryside, historic landmarks, and family-friendly attractions, offers plenty of exciting places to visit during Easter. Here are some suggestions for enjoyable day trips from Wigan to Cheshire during the Easter season:

1. Chester Zoo

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 34 miles (55 km)
  • Description: Chester Zoo is one of the UK’s largest and most popular zoos, home to over 35,000 animals across 128 acres of zoological gardens. Visitors can explore diverse habitats, including the new Madagascar zone and the Islands exhibit, which showcases animals from Southeast Asia.
  • Easter Activities: Easter-themed animal talks, egg hunts, and special events for families.

2. Delamere Forest

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 27 miles (43 km)
  • Description: Delamere Forest offers a tranquil escape into nature with its extensive woodlands, walking trails, and recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy walking, cycling, picnicking, and even Go Ape’s treetop adventure course.
  • Easter Activities: Easter-themed trails, including scavenger hunts and nature walks.

3. Tatton Park

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 25 miles (40 km)
  • Description: Tatton Park is a historic estate encompassing a magnificent mansion, lush gardens, a deer park, and a working farm. Visitors can explore the grandeur of the mansion, stroll through formal gardens, and observe wildlife in the expansive parkland.
  • Easter Activities: Easter-themed crafts, egg hunts, and activities for children, as well as seasonal displays in the gardens.

4. Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 32 miles (51 km)
  • Description: Jodrell Bank Observatory is a world-renowned center for astronomy and space research. The Discovery Centre offers interactive exhibits, outdoor sculptures, and the iconic Lovell Telescope, the third-largest steerable radio telescope in the world.
  • Easter Activities: Space-themed workshops, planetarium shows, and family-friendly activities exploring the wonders of the universe.

5. Beeston Castle

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 34 miles (55 km)
  • Description: Beeston Castle is a medieval fortress perched atop a rocky crag, offering panoramic views of the Cheshire Plain. Visitors can explore the ruins of the castle, learn about its history, and enjoy scenic walks around the surrounding countryside.
  • Easter Activities: Easter egg hunts, storytelling sessions, and medieval-themed activities for families.

6. Anderton Boat Lift

  • Distance from Wigan: Approximately 26 miles (42 km)
  • Description: The Anderton Boat Lift is a remarkable feat of Victorian engineering, connecting the River Weaver with the Trent and Mersey Canal. Visitors can take boat trips on the lift, learn about its history in the visitor center, and enjoy scenic walks along the canal.
  • Easter Activities: Boat trips, guided tours, and special events celebrating the heritage of the boat lift.

These Easter excursions from Wigan to Cheshire offer a perfect blend of nature, history, and family-friendly entertainment, providing memorable experiences for visitors of all ages.

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Roaming the Rugged Beauty: A Campervan Adventure from Wigan to the Northeast of England

Buckle up, fellow adventurers, for we’re embarking on a journey that promises breathtaking landscapes, quaint villages, and unforgettable experiences. Our destination? The enchanting northeast of England. But before we dive into the delights of Northumberland, Yorkshire, and beyond, let’s start our tale where it all began: the vibrant town of Wigan.

Day 1: Setting Sail from Wigan

As the sun kisses the rooftops of Wigan, we rev up our campervan, our vessel for this grand adventure. With hearts full of wanderlust and maps unfurled, we bid farewell to familiar streets and head northeastward.

Day 2: Coastal Charms of Northumberland

Our first stop takes us to the rugged coastline of Northumberland. The North Sea greets us with its salty breeze as we park our campervan overlooking the sweeping sands of Bamburgh Beach. The imposing silhouette of Bamburgh Castle stands sentinel against the horizon, beckoning us to explore its storied halls and battlements.

Day 3: Into the Wilds of Northumberland National Park

Leaving the coast behind, we venture deeper into the wilderness of Northumberland National Park. Rolling hills, ancient woodlands, and bubbling streams surround us as we traverse the landscape. Our campervan finds a cozy spot nestled among the trees, providing the perfect base for hiking adventures and stargazing escapades beneath the unpolluted night sky.

Day 4: Yorkshire Dales: A Tapestry of Green

Crossing the border into Yorkshire, we find ourselves amidst the undulating hills and charming villages of the Dales. Each turn of the road reveals a new postcard-perfect scene: stone cottages with blooming gardens, cascading waterfalls hidden in the folds of the landscape, and sheep dotting the emerald fields. We pause to savor local delicacies at a quaint tearoom before continuing our journey.

Day 5: Historic Gems of Durham

Our next destination is the historic city of Durham, where the iconic silhouette of Durham Cathedral rises majestically above the River Wear. We wander through cobbled streets lined with medieval buildings, soaking in centuries of history and heritage. After a day of exploration, we retreat to our campervan, parked on the banks of the river, and watch as the sunset casts a golden glow over the ancient city.

Day 6: Coastal Exploration in Whitby

No trip to the northeast would be complete without a visit to the charming seaside town of Whitby. With its winding streets, bustling harbor, and haunting abbey ruins, Whitby casts a spell that enchants all who visit. We indulge in fish and chips by the sea, climb the 199 steps to St. Mary’s Church, and watch as fishing boats bob gently in the harbor.

Day 7: Homeward Bound

As our journey draws to a close, we reflect on the memories we’ve made, the sights we’ve seen, and the adventures we’ve had. From the windswept beaches of Northumberland to the picturesque villages of Yorkshire, our campervan has been our faithful companion, carrying us through landscapes of unparalleled beauty and wonder.

And so, with hearts full of gratitude and minds filled with wanderlust, we point our campervan southward, bidding farewell to the northeast and setting a course for home. Until next time, dear travellers, may your journeys be filled with discovery, adventure, and the freedom of the open road.