Book Motorhome Rental in Cork & Cork Airport
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Last Update Feb 2024 by RVRentaCampervan Editorial Team
Cork is a great place for going on a self-exploration of the south tip of Ireland and witnessing stunning landscapes, historical castles and excellent views of the Celtic Sea. The city is known for its festivals and cultural scene, and touring around by motorhome will result in a rewarding holiday.
Self-touring is becoming increasingly popular here, and a motorhome hire is the perfect way to visit Cork’s natural surrounding. There are plenty of camper sites to be found here, and the road system is top-notch, making it easy to holiday here with a motorhome. Motorhomes can be picked from Limerick McRent Depot
In Ireland, we offer great rates for campervan hire in Cork, touring by Motorhome is especially great during the summer months when you could plot your route based on the many music festivals that are located throughout Ireland.
*** Nearest Pickup Location is Limerick with McRent Ireland
The nearest camper rental company that we represent is McRent who are Based out of Limerick, a travel distance of about 1 hour and distance of 83KM from Cork.
Recommended campervan drives in Cork
Ring of Kerry:
this is the most famous drive in the country, which starts in Killarney and travels around the Iveragh Peninsula. Spend a night in Killarney at the Killarney Flesk Caravan & Camping Park. While on the ring, there are plenty of stops including Glenrose Caravan & Camping Park.
County Cork tour:
the entire county is known for its natural beauty and there are plenty of attractions to see. Stay at Blarney Caravan & Camping Park to visit the famous Blarney Stone, Eagle Point Camping to explore Bantry Bay or Kinsale’s Garrettstown House Holiday Park to witness the nearby ancient forts.
Cork to Dublin:
from Cork along motorway M8 through the spectacular countryside to Dublin. Those with no time constraints can continue into Northern Ireland. Rest in camper sites along the way such as Fermoy’s Blackwater Valley Caravan and Camping Park or Apple Camping and Caravan Park in Cahir.
Driving a RV Rental in Cork
Driving a RV Rental in Cork
Cork is surrounded by roads, motorways and national routes, making it ideal for self-drive. Petrol stations are easily found throughout the county.
Urban roads:50kph when not stated otherwise
National roads and motorways:100-120kph
The blood-alcohol level limit here is 0.08 per cent, with fines and possible imprisonment for offenders.
Driving is on the left-hand side. Road signs here are in both English and Irish, but change to Irish only along the Ring of Kerry.
Cost of fuel:
The fuel costs in the South is normally cheaper than the North, best to check locally as savings can be made.
Compare Campervan Hire Cork across Multiple Suppliers
We have compiled the best rates from some of the most well-known motorhome rental agents in Cork. RV Rentals are available at Cork Airport and in Cork city centre with Vanderlust where the selection is great. There are a number of makes and models that sleep as few as two and as many as seven, from the Vista to the Logan.