Budget Campervan Hire Wales

Wales is a fantastic place to discover by self-drive. It consists of stunning natural beauty, a great coastline and open spaces. The best way to see all that the Wales has to offer is by arranging motorhome rental, and the selection of models and sizes here is excellent, with plenty of recreational sites all over the country.

The beautiful landscapes of Wales attract thousands of visitors each year who come wishing to explore this magnificent UK country. This part of the United Kingdom has  a great road network, and self-drive is a popular way to discover the coast, the central mountain range and the many areas of outstanding beauty. We can help you find a good deal on Wales campervan hire, simply enter your travel dates into our booking engine

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Campervan Rental Wales Suggest Trips

Coastal drive:

From the south to the island of Anglesey along the coast of the Irish Sea. Stop at Windhill Mill Farm to visit the impressive Pembroke Castle and gaze at the stunning sunsets from Anglesey’s Morfa Vychan Holiday Park in Anglesey.

Interior exploration:

From Cardiff to North Wales’ largest town of Wrexham, passing through the mountains at Brecon Beacons National Park and the rolling hills in the Elan Valley. This is one of Wales’ most beautiful drives, with many places to rest such as Bishops Meadow Caravan Park and Rhyd Y Groes Touring & Camping Park.

North Wales:

A picturesque drive exploring towns and villages in the most undeveloped part if the country. Start at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Caernarfon Castle, visit the magnificent Snowdonia National Park and discover the rolling hills around Prestatyn. Rest at Beddgelert Camping in the Forest Site or Presthaven Sands (Haven Holidays).


Road network:

Major motorways, primary routes and smaller roads cross the country, travelling along the coast, through the mountains and from city to city. Petrol stations are plentiful, but less common away from the main cities.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 30mph unless specified
Provincial roads: 60mph
National roads and motorways: 70 to 80mph

Alcohol limits:

0.08 per cent; roads regularly patrolled in major cities and towns; hefty fines for violators.

Safety:

: Wales drives on the left, roads are in excellent condition and roadside assistance responds swiftly. It is illegal to use a mobile phone while driving unless it is used with a hands-free kit.

Cost of fuel:

typical UK prices, which are among Europe’s most costly.


Compare Campervan Hire Prices Wales

We have consolidated the lowest rates on mobile home hire in Wales. Vehicles can be obtained in city centres as well as at the main airport, with Cardiff the main depot. Vehicles, from two- to seven-berth models, are available, with pick ups also possible at Cardiff’s international airport.

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