Travelworld offers an industry-leading choice of high quality used motorhomes, including HYMER, Dethleffs and Niesmann+Bischoff. Every used vehicle that leaves our doors is thoroughly inspected from chassis to habitation and is protected by a minimum six month Back to Base parts and labour warranty.
Buying second-hand from Travelworld offers peace of mind and assurances that can’t be matched by private sellers and many dealerships.
Elevation X is our Approved Used programme which offers buyers a 10-point quality promise covering preperation, presentation and aftersales support.
We’ve scoured the country to ensure we have the very best range of quality used motorhomes and camper vans from premium manufacturers.
The camper vans we offer are from two of the most highly regarded manufacturers in their industry, HYMER and Carado with German build quality as standard.
To help understand the ranges we have created detailed model pages, making it easy to find the camper van that suits you best. You are also able to view the camper vans we have in stock for immediate delivery.
Compact, flexible and extremely straightforward to use and drive.
Experience freedom, flexibility & comfort with the Globetrail.
Laika’s camper vans are chic, fun-filled and superbly built
Built with innovation from every angle, from the original camper producer
We are extremely proud of the Brands that we represent and we have created detailed descriptions of every range and model from each Brand.
This allows customers to choose the perfect motorhome for their requirements and then order that vehicle to their exact specification. We also show the closest match to that motorhome we have in stock for immediate delivery.
The Entry level of the Erwin Hymer Group, ultra competitive price and true German build quality
The company slogan is “A friend of the family” and represents the values of the German brand.
Stylish, cultured and built with passion, Laika motorhomes are perfect for discerning travellers.
HYMER ranks among the most innovative and successful motorhome manufacturers.
An automotive icon, a marque synonymous with luxury, heritage and authentic craftsmanship.
Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld offers a comprehensive range of after sales services & products.
The first thing to get right is the choice of campsite. Campsite vary from spacious, level sites with tarmac roads and electricity hook up points to the most basic sites which are just a field with no amenities at all. Wheelchair users may find it easier to opt for a site with paved paths and which are not situated on a steep hillside. Washing facilities will also vary hugely; not all sites will have accessible toilets or showers, although many do. Ring ahead to check what sort of facilities are available, or to request a pitch closer to the shower block or on an even plot of ground.
If you are shopping for a new motorhome or camper van, take care over the purchase and ensure that everyone who will be using the new vehicle is happy with getting in and out in comfort, and check that moving around inside is easy. Tents can be trickier, and in general terms, larger tents are better for people with a disability. Some of the larger tents have doors which can be zipped open fully and which allow wheelchairs or other aids to be taken inside, and this is obviously easier than a smaller tent which means you have to crawl in and out. If your mobility issues mean that pitching the tent causes problems for you, call ahead and speak to the manager of the campsite as with prior notice, they are often happy to help.
Many campers – and not just those with a mobility problem – find sleeping on a groundsheet or thin mattress very uncomfortable. Invest in a proper camp or foldaway bed to use in the tent. It will keep you off the ground, be easier to get into and will make camping a whole lot more comfortable too. Think about getting an easy to operate can opener for those essential campsite dishes like beans and soup, and check out the range of large print maps and speaking compasses to help people with vision difficulties to find their way around. Pack some solar rechargers for your phone or tablet, and think about packing lots of baby wipes and dry shampoo if you just can’t face the showers.
Steering balls and knobs are the most common adaptation to make driving easier for drivers with a disability, and in most cases there is no reason why these cannot be fitted to motorhomes, or used when towing a caravan or trailer tent. Swivel seats can also be fitted to motorhomes to make accessing the vehicle easier, but this will often depend on the height of the cab. Hoists are a good alternative, as an electric motor can lower someone into a waiting wheelchair.