2 Berth Motorhomes
Ideal for couples and small families,
there’s no shortage of either space or comfort in our entry level model.
Northern Ireland is compact, so you can get a taste of the cities, coasts, lakes and mountains in a few fun-filled days whilst staying in local campsites during your motorhome hire trip!
There are plenty of things to do in Nothern Ireland and lots to see during your trip to the Country. The question is which attractions should you spend your time visiting? Whatever the season, whether you visit in the summer or winter, there are some wonderful destinations that simply cannot be missed especially when you hire a motorhome.
Northern Ireland is home to an extensive selection of historical buildings and places of interest, outdoor and indoor pursuits, museums, zoos and amusement parks. Needless to say, there are plenty of things to do in Ireland and lots to see during your trip to the Country.
Ireland is a complete beauty! Whatever the season, whether you visit in the summer or winter, there are some wonderful destinations that simply cannot be missed. From the wild drama of Donegal; the prehistoric monuments at Brú na Bóinne; the monastic legends at Glendalough; the Titanic Experience at Cobh; and the Guinness Tour in Dublin, there really is a surplus in culture to explore.
As part of the Camping and Caravanning Club’s Privilege Scheme you have access to over 110 participating campsites, at discounted rates, throughout the duration of your hire period.
We have over 100 Club Sites set in some of the most picturesque locations, nearby to leading tourist destinations across the UK.
We pride ourselves on having friendly campsite managers and excellent facilities, so all you have to do is relax and make memories with your loved ones.
There are many castles in Northern Ireland dotted about, with one never being any further than just a short trip away from a campsite. However, with all this choice, you surely only want to visit the best ones in Ireland, Kilkenny Castle, Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, Trim Castle, Ross Castle, Doonagore Castle, Kylemore Castle and Dunluce Castle.
To experience the land and learn its legends, the rugged Connemera is an absolute ‘must’ on your list of things to do in Ireland. This is the place to absorb the isolation of this western coast surrounded by mountains, deserted beaches and bogs populated with incredible wildlife.
When it comes to a destination that offers a combination of history and mysterious folklore, then it doesn’t come better than the Glendalough Monestry. Established in the 6th Century by St Kevin it has a minute church known as St Kevin’s Kitchen which is worth exploring.
You may be surprised to know that Ireland has one of the most astounding prehistoric sites in Europe. Newgrange at Brú na Bóinne is a Stone Age passage tomb which precisely aligns with the sun at the winter solstice. It also predates Egypt’s pyramids. The monument’s purpose is unknown, but various Celtic myths surround its mystery.
‘Wow’ is just one word that sums up The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare. This is Ireland’s most visited natural attraction and you can certainly see why. The Cliffs stretch for miles along the Atlantic coast and rise up to 124 m. Take a trail walk to experience their powerful impact. In order to experience the most of Nothern Ireland we recommend staying in mulitple campsites and make the most of your motorhome hire tirp.