Budget Campervan Hire Devon
Devon, known for its harbours, beaches and national parks, is an ideal place to explore by motorhome. Its beautiful scenery makes self-driving here extremely appealing, and there is a great selection of campervans available for hire.
By doing a self-driving tour, visitors can visit the resort towns along the coast, explore the county’s two national parks and visit the lovely cities and picturesque villages. There are plenty of great campsites across Devon, making touring by van agreeable.
Campervan Rental Devon Day Trips
from Exmouth, head east along this stunning coastline to gaze at soaring cliffs and visit picturesque beaches. This World Heritage site can be enjoyed while staying at Prattshayes Farm, Oakdown County Holiday Caravan Park or Manor Farm Caravan Site.
Exmoor National Park:
located on the north coast, is filled with quaint towns and boasts a beautiful coastline. Go to the beach from Woolacombe’s Golden Coast Holiday Village, explore the Valley Of Rocks from Sunny Lyn Holiday Park and continue into Somerset to hike to the impressive Culbone Church from Porlock Caravan and Camping Park.
Plymouth to Exeter:
cut through the interior of the county to Dartmoor National Park. While on this drive, rest in campsites such as Lemonford Park and Woodland Springs Touring Park.
Campervan Driving around Devon
all roads in Devon are top-notch. They pass through national parks and travel along the coast as well as link the shore with the county’s interior. There are numerous petrol stations on all main routes.
Urban roads: 30mph
Provincial roads: 60mph
National roads and motorways: 70mph
0.08 per cent; stiff penalties for drink-drivers.
driving here is on the left and most cars are manual transmission. AA responds quickly to emergencies. The use of a mobile phone while driving is illegal.
Compare Campervan Rental rates in Devon
Models include two-berth VW campervans and four- to six-berth deluxe mobile home through acclaimed supplier Wild Horizon. Here, we give the lowest rates on motorhomes in Devon.