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VW T5 - An RV for 4 with a Pop-Top Roof - Belfast
£79
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This compact RV offers plenty of comfort for up to 4 travelers. The vehicle's design makes it perfect for spontaneous and short city trips. The rear bench can be easily transformed into a double bed for 2. There is also a fully equipped kitchen with More »
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Roller Team Zefiro 675 (2014) - A Modern Cabover for 6s - Belfast
£72
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This cabover RV can comfortably transport and house 6 people, making it ideal for larger groups and families. It comes with practical features like cruise control, a rear storage compartment and a modern heating system. In the cabover and in the rear More »
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VW T5 - A Maneuverable RV with 2 Sleeping Spots - Belfast
£45
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This compact van has room for 2 people and is therefore the right choice for couples on the road. The compact design makes driving and parking the vehicle easy, while the diesel engine reduces costs. The seats in the rear can be converted into a doub More »
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Tribute T620 - A Modern Cabover RV for 4 - Belfast
£78
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This modern cabover RV is ideal for 4, either couples or families. In the cabover, there is a large double bed for 2 people. The dinette can be used as a second double bed for 2.The interior of the motorhome is bright and has enough space for luggage More »
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VW T4 - A Van with 2 Sleeping Spots - Belfast
£43
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With sleeping spots for 2, this RV is suitable for couples. The RV is not only easy to handle, but also low on fuel consumption. The seats in the rear can be easily converted into a double bed for 2. There is a compact kitchen equipped with a gas co More »
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VW T2 (2012) - A New VW Van with a Vintage Look - Belfast
£79
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This modern, vintage-looking RV provides comfort for 4. It is particularly suitable for couples or small groups. It comes equipped with a radio and a CD player. The comfortable rear bench turns into a cozy bed for up to 2 people. 2 additional travele More »
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Roller Team Zefiro 675 (2016) - A Cabover RV with Bunk Beds - Belfast
£78
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This cabover RV provides space and comfort for 6. Air conditioning, cruise control and a rearview camera ensure a comfortable driving experience even on long journeys. A bike rack and a rear storage compartment are also available. 2 people can sleep More »
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Nomad campervan with pop-top roof - Carryduff
£57
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This practical VW campervan is easy to manage for motorhoming novices or young drivers. Equipped with a pop-top roof, you’ll have more headroom on board during the day and a comfortable sleeping environment at night.The best of the Nomad at a g More »
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Vista 4-berth campervan: practical, agile and economical - Carryduff
£81
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Compact but well equipped, the Vista is a practical choice and easy to manoeuvre. The Vista is around 6 meters long and has full kitchen and bathroom facilities on board.The best of the Vista at a glance: Two double beds: one fixed in the rear, on More »
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Aero Plus motorhome with fixed rear bed - Carryduff
£81
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This low profile motorhome offers comfortable living on the road. Ideal for couples, the Aero Plus is 6.76 meters long and comes with a fixed double bed in the rear. An extra full-sized double bed can also be made up in the seating area.Best of the A More »
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Aero van: compact and comfortable for 2 campers - Carryduff
£74
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The Aero is ideally suited to a couple seeking a compact van without wanting to sacrifice too many home comforts. The Aero has a small bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. The best of the Aero at a glance: Large fold-out double bed in rear Wash More »
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Vista Plus motorhome with overcab bed - Carryduff
£87
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Brand new for 2016, this motorhome is ideal for families thanks to a fixed double bed above the driver’s cab and bunk beds in the rear. The Vista Plus comes with a TV and inbuilt GPS as standard.The best of the Vista Plus at a glance: Separa More »
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Ranger campervan: well equipped for up to 4 campers - Carryduff
£62
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The ranger is ideal for families with 2 children or for groups of up to 4 friends. Inside are 4 sleeping spaces and 5 seats with seatbelts. This is a recent model offering economical fuel consumption and comfortable living.The best of the Ranger at a More »
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The Roadie campervan for 2-person travel - Carryduff
£44
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The Roadie is ideal for those looking for a simple and practical motorhome, or for camping newbies. At under 5 meters long, it can be driven like a regular car and is ideal for surfers, festival goers and anyone else with an adventurous spirit.The be More »
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Grande motorhome for groups of up to 6 - Carryduff
£93
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The largest motorhome available at this location, the Grande is suitable for groups of 4 to 6 friends or family members. You’ll find child-friendly bunk beds in the rear, a double bed above the driver’s cab and a double dinette bed inside More »
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Motorhome hire in Northern Ireland

The last ten years have seen more positive things start to happen in Northern Ireland than in all the preceding 35 put together. With the conflict there experiencing quieter times since the Belfast 'Good Friday' Agreement of 1998, tourism has made a welcome return. Northern Ireland has a disproportionate of things to do and see for its 5,463 square miles; from the stunning spectacle that is the Giant's Causeway; to areas of outstanding natural beauty - the Mourne Mountain and Sperrin Mountain ranges; and the gloriously historic and atmospheric cities of Belfast and Derry/Londonderry. With a little help from Campanda, you'll be able to pick out the very best of what this stunning country has to offer.

Arriving to Northern Ireland couldn't be easier – even with a motorhome in tow

If you're coming from mainland UK, then getting to Northern Ireland couldn't be easier. Fast ferry links connect the Scottish towns of Cairnryan and Troon with Belfast and Larne; and regular services also operate between Liverpool Birkenhead and Belfast. You'll also have the convenient option of being able to bring your motorhome along with you. Flying is also a second handy option, with cheap flights leaving daily from airports in London, Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds, flying to airports in Belfast and Derry.

Northern Ireland's size makes this a simple country to navigate, and an easy one for ticking off lists of must-see places to visit. Among its most famous attractions is the legendary Giant's Causeway. Taking its name from the Causeway Coast along which it is located, this spectacular natural rock formation was believed by the predecessors of the modern day Irish to have been formed by the giant Finn McCool who, after inadvertently creating the Isle of Man of course, decided to build a causeway of enormous stepping stones in order to reach and challenge a rival over in Scotland. This is Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site, and attracts around 750,000 visitors every year. Spring and autumn are the most beautiful seasons to visit, but come midweek if you want to avoid the crowds.

Just like the rest of the British Isles, Northern Ireland's natural beauty and changing landscapes are its biggest assets, but to pass up its towns and cities would be to miss out indeed. Northern Ireland's capital Belfast - once lumped together with Beirut, Baghdad and Bosnia as one of the four 'Bs' best to avoid - has since transformed itself into a fun and trendy destination chock-a-block full of shops, restaurants and entertainment. The local music scene is a rich and vibrant one definitely worth checking out, and you can even catch international artists at world class venues such as Belfast Waterfront and the Odyssey Arena. Other top attractions include Titanic Belfast; a multi-floor visitor experience which charts the story of the world's most famous and ill-fated passenger liner from her conception in Belfast, through her construction and launch, right up to her tragic end. With plenty to see and do on Belfast's culture calendar, whether it be checking out a theatre production in the Irish language; visiting Belfast Exposed, a gallery showcasing photography chronicling the Troubles; or timing your visit to coincide with the Belfast International Comedy Festival, you're sure to find something to suit your tastes.

Plenty of campsites to choose from.

Camping with a motorhome and caravan is the ideal way to relax and experience Northern Ireland at its best. Here you'll find a range of campsites with facilities to suit all needs; whether it be somewhere small and peaceful to relax in, or something a bit more lively with entertainment for all the family. Most campsites include as standard: washing facilities, caravan and motorhome pitches with electricity supply, games/sports area and WiFi.

Wherever you chose to go in the northern part of the emerald isle, you'll be glad you chose motorhome hire in Northern Ireland with Campanda.