Where to Visit

Here you will find ideas of places to visit around the UK, check back regularly because we are always adding new content.
People sitting in front of Winchester Cathedral
Winchester Cathedral
A bridge over the Liffey in Dublin
Dublin
A view of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton
Brighton
Road leading up to Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle
  • England
  • Ireland
  • Wales
  • Scotland

Unearth the true beauty of England when you hire one of our spacious and cost-effective motorhomes. Embrace the freedom to travel anywhere in the country as you explore a treasure trove of beautiful sights and experiences. Whether it’s dramatic coastlines, picturesque villages or rich culture and history that you want, our England locations cater to all. Whether you’re looking to party it up, see the sights, or simply relax – with a motorhome, you can have it all. 

Hop in one of our motorhome rentals and England is your oyster. Explore the rolling hills of England’s glorious countryside in serene Suffolk and enjoy the peace and quiet of some wild camping – away from the stresses of your day-to-day life. Take a winding walk through the Cotswolds as you admire the quaint cottages and tranquil streams. Pack your hiking boots and take a road trip to the beautiful Lake District National Park for the perfect outdoors adventure. Or bring your surfboard for those summer months, when you can cruise over to our beautiful locations in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset to soak up the rays as you laze about in soft sand and crystal-clear waters.

For those who want to appreciate England’s rich history, let the convenience of four wheels carry you from landmark to landmark. Explore the ancient bathhouses of Bath and follow in the footsteps of the Romans as you discover the ruins of the Temple of Sulis Minevera. Imagine what life was like for Jane Austen as you wander the streets of her hometown. Gaze in wonder at the mysterious standing stones of Stonehenge.

If you’re looking for a buzzing atmosphere, England has an abundance of bustling cities and towns. Head over to the bright coastal town of Brighton for some tinnies on the beach or a night on the town. Discover England’s eclectic music scene with a live show at Beatlemania in Liverpool. Delve into endless London markets as you discover tastes from around the world, then bring the day to a perfect close with the beautiful sight of the trendy capital’s dazzling city lights.

Whatever you’re looking for, England has it all. All you need to turn your holiday destination into home, is a home on wheels.

A bench overlooking the water in Lake District National Park
A view of the Pulteney Bridge in Bath
A view of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton

Home to majestic cathedrals, picturesque coasts and charming countryside, Ireland is the perfect location for your next driving adventure! Discover the Arran Islands, a ruggedly beautiful trio of islands off the west coast of Ireland. Famous for their wild landscapes, these rain-whipped islands never fail to amaze… Head to the Cliffs of Moher for panoramic vistas at a staggering height. As you stand on the cliff edge, take in the awesome bird’s eye view of Cork and Kerry in the south, and even the Arran Islands in the north.

Follow the well-worn Doolin Cliff Walk; whether you’re a bird-watcher or a fan of underwater wildlife – you’re spoiled for choice on this trail. Puffins, razorbills, and even falcons call this place home. Meanwhile, basking sharks and friendly dolphins are a common – yet wonderful – sight to see. Cruise along the Causeway Coast for the magnificently dramatic views which wowed Game of Thrones fans, or stop to see the lonely Mourne Mountains with its sweeping range of grand peaks that will leave you feeling in awe of Ireland’s natural beauty.

Find a campsite in Killarney National Park, and take advantage of the local bicycle hire, so you can enjoy its internationally renowned beauty on wheels. Take your motorhome along the Ring of Kerry and delve into some of the most stunning landscapes that Ireland can offer. Romantic castles, charming villages, island-studded Atlantic panoramas and lush gardens unfold before you – there is no other way to describe the route besides “a masterpiece”.

Once you’ve had your fill of amazing views, head over to Dublin for an enriching cultural experience. If you’re a lover of history, make sure to pay a visit to Trinity College where you can see the Book of Kells, the Kilmainham Gaol, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and the National Museum of Ireland. At the end of a long day spent exploring, wind down in a traditional pub as you sample some local delicacies, before settling down for another cosy night’s sleep in your motorhome hire.

A sunset view of the Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher
A bridge over the Liffey in Dublin
Dublin
A stone bridge in the Killarney National Park
Killarney National Park

ANTRIM

ARMAGH

CARLOW

CAVAN

CLARE

CORK

DERRY

DONEGAL

DOWN

DUBLIN

FERMANAGH

GALWAY

KERRY

KILDARE

KILKENNY

LAOIS

Where to visit in Ireland?

LEITRIM

LIMERICK

LONGFORD

LOUTH

MAYO

MEITH

MONAGHAN

OFFALY

ROSCOMMON

SLIGO

TIPPERARY

TYRONE

WATERFORD

WEST MEITH

WEXFORD

WICKLOW

Perched on the western coast of Great Britain, Wales has a plethora of breath-taking landscapes for you to enjoy in one of our spacious four-wheel homes. From rolling mountains to stunning panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Wales is the ideal destination for your next motorhome adventure! If you have a love of history, make sure to stop in the diverse capital of Cardiff and stare in awe at the sight of the magnificent Cardiff Castle in the heart of the city. Take a trip to the Cardiff Museum and gaze at a huge collection of contemporary art and natural history as you imagine a Wales where woolly mammoths and dinosaurs once roamed. 

For the adventurous traveller, Wales is the gift that keeps on giving. Whether you’re an avid hiker, or just in it for the views, the diverse landscapes of Wales will make this a road trip to remember. Scale the rugged mountains of Wales – from Snowdonia to Corn Du in the Brecon Beacons National Park – and feel victorious as you reach their highest peaks. Head to the North of Wales, where you can enjoy the spectacular scene of Conwy Castle over the water, before watching the beautiful sunset over Llanddwyn Lighthouse on the Anglesey coast.

Come rain or shine, Wales’ coastlines are a stunning reminder of its abundance of natural beauty. Nature lovers will relish the chance to spot puffins nesting along the Pembrokeshire coastline, while Glamorgan’s heritage coast provides the perfect backdrop for exhilarating outdoor activities. So, if you’re feeling sporty, head down to the shore and get stuck in with a little parasailing or surfing!

If you are looking to hire a motorhome in Wales, DJ Motorhome Hire is available for hire in beautiful locations from coast to coast. Our motorhome models range from budget-friendly motorhomes for couples, to family-sized accommodation. Renting a motorhome is the best way to fully experience the raw beauty of Wales!

Hills and lakes in Snowdonia
Snowdonia
A beach on Pembrokeshire Coast
Pembrokeshire Coast
Llanddwyn Lighthouse at dawn
Llanddwyn Lighthouse
Cardiff Castle in Cardiff in the sunshine
Cardiff Castle, Cardiff

CEREDIGION

CONWY

DENBIGHSHIRE

FLINTSHIRE

GLAMORGAN

GWYNEDD

MERTHYR TYDFIL

Where to visit in Wales?

MONMOUTHSHIRE

NEATH PORT TALBOT

NEWPORT

PEMBROKESHIRE

POWYS

RHONDDA

SNOWDONIA

SWANSEA

TORFAEN

VALE OF GLAMORGAN

WREXHAM

Teeming with breath-taking scenery, majestic wildlife, and a treasure trove of unspoiled islands, Scotland is an outdoor enthusiast’s haven. The North Coast 500 route is the UK’s very own Route 66 – offering some of the best coastal views in the world. This is your chance to see everything from pristine beaches alongside jaw-dropping coastlines, to ancient castles with rich history. Take a trip to Dalmore and enjoy freshly made whisky from the distillery there, or go for an afternoon stroll as you take in the fairy-tale vistas of Dunrobin Castle. Enjoy stunning views of the Scottish coastline from Wick sea to Sinclair’s Bay, before stopping at the RSPB Scotland Dunnet Head Nature Reserve to see what wildlife you can spot! Gaze out over the towering clifftops as time stands still for a moment.

Road tripping in one of our motorhomes means waking up to first-class views every morning. Whether you’ve decided to set up camp next to a remote beach or in a secluded wild camping spot, our motorhomes provide unlimited freedom, so you can start your mornings the way you want. If you want to get to know the wild side of Scotland, check out the Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve for some incredible walking trails. Avid hikers will love exploring Scotland’s Smoo Cave – the largest coastal cave in the UK – or the Ichnadamph and the River Caves – the largest cave system in Scotland. If you’d rather something above ground, stop by the sunning Eas a’ Chual Aluinn – Britain’s highest waterfall – for a challenging trek and the most satisfying views.

Whether you want to explore remote beaches in the Outer Hebrides or keep your eyes peeled for Nessie at the Loch Ness, Scotland has a lot to offer. Breeze by hundreds of crumbling castles on your way to the ferry port. Take a ferry to the Isle of Skye, where you can admire craggy landscapes or check out the catch of the day at a charming local fishing village. At the end of the day, feel safe in the knowledge that you can return to the comfort of your motorhome hire, take a hot bath and fall asleep under a canopy of stars as you reminisce on the events of the day.

A bench overlooking the water in Lake District National Park
Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve
A tower on the edge of a crystal clear Loch Ness
Loch Ness
A road running the North Coast 500 Route
North Coast 500 Route
A waterfall in the Smoo Cave
Smoo Cave

ABERDEEN

ARGYLL & BUTE

AYRSHIRE

BORDERS

CLACKMANNANSHIRE

DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY

DUNBARTONSHIRE

DUNDEE AND ANGUS

EAST LOTHIAN

EDINBURGH

FALKIK & WEST LOTHIAN

Where to visit in Scotland?

FIFE

GLASGOW

HIGHLAND

LANARKSHIRE

MORAY

ORKNEY ISLANDS

PERTH & KINROSS

RENFREWSHIRE

SHETLAND

STIRLING

WESTERN ISLES

Coronavirus Updates

The Lastest updates

Our Stoke Golding site has reopened and we have introduced strict measures to ensure the safety of all our clients and staff.

 
  • Our policy will adapt to the latest government and NHS guidelines

  • Strict social distancing measures are in place and need to be adhered to

  • Hand sanitiser is available at all points of entry and should be used regularly

  • Masks to be worn at all times on the site, whether inside or out.

  • Viewings of the motorhomes are by appointment only – contact us on +441455 560508

  • Once a motorhome is cleaned it will be subjected to anti-viral preparation then sealed shut ready for its next adventure