Photo: motorhome from Fell and Dale Motorhome Hire

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Who can drive?

There can be up to 2 drivers, each aged 23-75. They must have held licences for at least two years. No special licence is required - a car licence is sufficient.

How many beds are there?

There is a raised sleeping area at the rear of the motorhome which can be used as two single beds or made into a double bed. The seats in the living space can also be converted into a double bed.

Does it have...

  • a toilet: Yes
  • a shower: Yes
  • heating: Yes
  • a fridge: Yes
  • a freezer: Yes
  • a cooker: Yes
  • a microwave: Yes
  • a kettle: Yes
  • a dining table: Yes
  • a large rear storage cupboard: Yes
  • a bike rack: Yes
  • gas: Yes
  • AdBlue: Yes
  • Manual (handbook): Yes
  • first aid kit : Yes
  • fire extinguisher: Yes
  • 24-hour assistance: Yes

Do we need to empty the chemical toilet?

Yes - you will be shown how to do this and we supply the chemicals.

What is the fuel consumption?

Approximately 33mpg - obviously this can vary depending on the conditions and driving style.

Where can motorhomes stay overnight?

Campsites are good for electric hook-up, shop or other facilities and meeting other adventurers!

Some other locations eg pubs, farms, shops allow motorhomes to stay for free, on the understanding that you might buy something from them eg a meal and drinks in a pub. See Brit Stops to buy a guide to these locations:

https://www.britstops.com/welcome.php

More information about where to stay:

Lake District:

Lake District - campervans and where to park

Lake District - campsites on the LDNP site

another list of campsites in the Lake District

Yorkshire Dales:

Yorkshire Dales - campsites

Scotland:

Scotland - campsites