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  • Dec
    09
    5 reasons a UK staycation is the best holiday you’ll take this year

    5 reasons a UK staycation is the best holiday you’ll take this year

    During the first quarter of 2016, 7.3 million Brits decided to holiday at home. And, no, that doesn’t mean they dusted off the tent and setup camp in the back garden – they simply shunned far-flung air travel for a car ride and extended stay in one of the UK’s many holiday hotspots. We’re seeing […]

  • Aug
    23
    7 super ideas for UK’s best walking holidays

    7 super ideas for UK’s best walking holidays

    The unique beauty of owning your own motorhome means you have the freedom to travel to wherever you would like to go, and the freedom to travel at your own pace in your own time. You can choose to travel at moment’s notice, pack up and disappear for as long as you and your party […]

  • Mar
    16
    Celebrate St Patrick’s Day With A Motorhome Trip To Ireland

    Celebrate St Patrick’s Day With A Motorhome Trip To Ireland

    17th March 2016 marks St Patrick’s Day and is a day synonymous with city parades in Northern and Southern Ireland and across the Atlantic. If you haven’t yet experienced the delights of Ireland in your motorhome, then this national holiday is a fabulous introduction to the Emerald Isle. St Patrick’s Celebrations In Ireland St Patrick’s […]

  • Jul
    29
    Child Friendly Motorhome Campsites

    Child Friendly Motorhome Campsites

    There are many different motorhome campsites in the UK that are child friendly. It is worth looking in detail about what the particular site you are interested in has on offer in terms of facilities and child-friendliness. Perhaps you have a teenager who wants a games room; a baby or toddler who will require baby […]

  • Dec
    12
    Motorhome Uprising Tackles Local Councils Over Car Parks

    Motorhome Uprising Tackles Local Councils Over Car Parks

    A motorhome campaigner has started a new initiative encouraging motorhome owners to lobby local councils about their parking restrictions. Project Get Involved is run by Andy Strangeway, who says some council-run local car parks may be operating illegally. Council operated public car parks are currently legislated through an Off Street Parking Order, which clearly sets […]

  • Dec
    01
    Car Park Barriers Causes Motorhome Uprising

    Car Park Barriers Causes Motorhome Uprising

    Campaign for motorhome access to car parks Are height barriers at your local car park actually illegal? It’s time to take on councils to stop them keeping motorhomes out of car parks, says campaigner. If you’ve ever tried to park your motorhome in a council-run public car park only to be frustrated by height barriers […]

  • Oct
    27
    Around The British Isles In A Motorhome – Pembrokeshire

    Around The British Isles In A Motorhome – Pembrokeshire

    For the second in our series of trips around the British Isles, we have travelled over to the South West of Wales to visit the sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire is home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a unique coastal national park, which contains the famous 186 mile walking trail, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. […]

  • Oct
    27
    Around the British Isles in a Motorhome – Northumberland

    Around the British Isles in a Motorhome – Northumberland

    Welcome back to our motorhome excursions across the British Isles. For the next instalment in our journey, we have travelled up to Northumberland to view the beautiful landscapes our North East Coast offer. We are sure you won’t be disappointed with our destination. Firstly, Northumberland is home to the world famous Hadrian’s Wall, the biggest […]

  • Oct
    27
    Niesmann & Bischoff Does “Glamping”

    Niesmann & Bischoff Does “Glamping”

    Travelworld Motorhomes has long been excited about the rise in popularity of ‘glamping’, so you can imagine our delight when we discovered Niesmann and Bischoff is embracing the new trend and offering mobile homes specifically designed for the new breed of traveller: “the glamper”. Arto And Flair Get Glamping Design Concept Niesmann and Bischoff has […]

  • Oct
    27
    Around the British Isles in a Motorhome – Shropshire

    Around the British Isles in a Motorhome – Shropshire

    At Travelworld Motorhomes we want you to get the best out of your motorhome or American RV. The purchase of a vehicle of this kind is a significant investment, so we want to make certain you make the very most of your motorhome travels. In the first of a series, to aid you with planning […]

  • Jun
    29
    Using Motorhomes On UK Campsites

    Using Motorhomes On UK Campsites

    Most UK campsites allow for motorhomes of all shapes and sizes to pitch up. Fully serviced sites are usually the most attractive for those with RVs or campervans as they offer electricity hook ups, fresh water connections and drainage facilities. It also helps if campsites have wide entrances and easy access to pitches. For some, […]

  • May
    20
    Wild Camping In The UK

    Wild Camping In The UK

    The term wild camping is interpreted differently depending on where you are and what type of camping you are doing. Broadly speaking, wild camping is pitching up your tent, or parking your caravan or motorhome, free of charge, in a remote and picturesque location, with few facilities available aside from the ones you have taken […]

  • Dec
    26
    Northern Ireland Wild Camping Discovered

    Northern Ireland Wild Camping Discovered

    Northern Ireland Wild Camping Discovered Northern Ireland is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK. Much of the coast line scenery is breath-taking and the forests and woodland areas are of an equal, yet differing appeal. Like the rest of the United Kingdom it is illegal to wild camp in Northern […]

  • Dec
    21
    Wild Camping In Southern Ireland

    Wild Camping In Southern Ireland

    Technically speaking, it is not legal to wild camp with your motorhome in Southern Ireland. However, there is a level of tolerance that operates in most areas of the country despite most of the land being owned by farmers. One of the reasons for the popularity of wild camping in Eire or Southern Ireland is […]

  • Dec
    11
    Wild Camping In Scotland

    Wild Camping In Scotland

    Scottish Wild Camping Explored Wild camping in Scotland is enjoyed by a profusion of motorhome owners every year. Scotland has become well known for welcoming people into its striking and open countryside with a great deal of freedom. If you are considering wild camping with your motorhome in Scotland then there are a few things […]

  • Nov
    26
    Rebellious Traveller Paves Way For Motorhomes In Highlands

    Rebellious Traveller Paves Way For Motorhomes In Highlands

    Inverness Man Removes Highlands ‘No Parking Overnight’ Signs A man from Inverness has taken down ‘unwelcoming’ layby signs asking visitors not to park overnight. Andy Strangeway believed that the signs were putting off motorhome owners from going to the region. However, there has been no argument from local campsites who it was feared could lose […]