Why Buy a Motorhome?

  • Freedom and flexibility
  • Comfort and convenience
  • Variety of activities
  • Affordable option for travel

Freedom and flexibility:

Motorhomes allow you to travel to your favorite destinations whenever you want, without the hassle of planning and booking hotels.

Comfort and convenience:

Motorhomes provide all the comforts of home, even when you're on the go.

Variety of activities:

Motorhomes offer plenty of space for activities, such as cooking, camping, and socialising.

Affordable option for travel:

Motorhome ownership can be a more affordable option for travel than traditional hotels and rentals.

Features of motorhomes:

  • Living area: Most motorhomes have a living area with seating, a dining table, and a sofa that can convert into a bed. Some also have a fireplace or TV.
  • Kitchen: Motorhomes typically have a fully equipped kitchen with a stove, oven, sink, refrigerator, and cabinets.
  • Sleeping quarters: Motorhomes have a variety of sleeping arrangements, including bunk beds, a queen-sized bed, and a dinette that converts into a bed.
  • Bathroom: Most motorhomes have a bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet. Some also have a separate toilet room.
  • Storage: Motorhomes have plenty of storage space for clothes, food, and other belongings.
  • Entertainment: Some motorhomes have entertainment systems with a TV, DVD player, and satellite radio.

Choosing The Right Motorhome For You

When choosing a motorhome, it's important to consider your needs and budget. Consider the size of your family or group, the type of activities you plan to do, and the amount of storage space you need. It's also a good idea to test drive a few different models to get a feel for their driving dynamics and layout.

Types of Motorhome


Van Conversion

Larger than a campervan, a van conversion also has benefits for families. You can use it not just on holiday, but also in everyday life, like the school run or your supermarket shop as long as it isn't too tall. A stylish panel van conversion can easily handle city streets and unfamiliar country lanes. 




Overcab Motorhome

Over-cabs, or ‘Lutons’, tend to be bigger in size – able to accommodate two to six people – thanks to the having the additional space above the cab, which is usually utilised for storage space or an extra bed.



Disadvantages of owning a motorhome:

  • High initial cost: Motorhomes can be expensive to purchase and maintain.
  • Limited storage space: Motorhomes can have limited storage space for belongings, especially when you're fully loaded and ready to travel.
  • Size and maneuverability: Motorhomes are larger vehicles, which can make them difficult to maneuver and park in tight spaces.
  • Maintenance and upkeep: Motorhomes require regular maintenance and upkeep, which can be time-consuming and expensive.