The Best Budget Campervan Hire in Ireland and the Best Motorhomes and RV Rental in Ireland
Ireland Budget Campervan and Motorhome Hire
15 Different Campervans and Motorhomes to Choose From in Dublin.
But How Do You Choose which one to rent for a Road Trip holiday in Ireland? We show you the range of vehicles from cheap VW sleeper cars to large 6-berth motorhomes.
It is important to look at the interior layouts of each campervan to see the diagrams of sleeping arrangements.
Choose the combination that suits your group the best. If there is two people then the double bed layout may suit you. If you are a family the choose the different combination of a double and single beds or even bunks.
The cheapest vehicles are the sleeper cars or low-top campers.
Bunk Campers also have VW pop-top campers which can sleep 4 people.
There has to be enough seat-belts in each vehicle for each person travelling.
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Campervan and Motorhome Rental Depot Locations in Ireland:
- Dublin Airport
- Kerry Airport
- Shannon airport
- Belfast - Northern Ireland
Travel to both North and Southern Ireland from any of these depots.
The Campervan and Motorhome companies listed on our site are:
- Spaceships - who have a fleet of smaller, cheap sleeper cars and low top campers.
- Bunk Campers - have large 4-berth and 6-berth motorhomes and smaller pop-top and low top campers.
- McRent - 2-berth, 4-berth and 6-berth motorhomes all under 2 years old.
- Celtic Campervans for 4-berth and 6-berth motorhomes also under 2 years old.
Where to Go in a Campervan in Ireland:
An Ireland road trips combines the best of campervan life with the sheer joy of an adventure holiday.
Freedom to choose what you do and where you stay each day. The only difficulty is how to choose from the many options that Ireland has to offer.
There are many very good websites around to plan your road trip. Stay as long as you can as each day offers more new adventures and excitement. Ireland is the place to explore by road. It is quiet and easy to navigate. If it is wild surf beaches or cool rivers then Ireland has both.
Plan a round trip or in some cases pick up from one depot and return to another.
First choose your camper.
The small Roadie or sleeper car low top camper is ideal for zooming around Ireland. It is fully equipped and will take you just everywhere.
Park up and head off to the beach or climb a mountain or visit one or Ireland's iconic sites. Relax and go where the roadie takes you. Perfect for a couple on a budget.
If you need to stand up inside then the classic VW Camper can be rented from most of the depots in Ireland.
For the VW fan club there is nothing more we can say except this camper makes dreams come true. Perfect for families or four friends. Two sleep in the pop-top and two below. A very efficient small kitchen is included making self-catering a breeze and a small fridge to keep the drinks cool.
For two to four people the van conversion is ideal. It sports an onboard shower with wc and will be your home for exploring Ireland.
If the batteries are charged and the gas bottle topped up then this fully self-sufficient camper will look after you even in the wildest of places that Ireland has to offer.
4-berth and 6-berth c-class motorhomes are cheap for a group of friends to rent together.
There is a combination of double and single beds as well as bunk beds. Plenty of room to move about in and easily a place to call home with an on board shower wc and kitchen.
All that is needed now is a plan A. At least that will start you off. The bike racks on the back or the golf clubs in the garage may take you on a different journey. Surf boards at the ready may mean that you spend the whole trip on the coast.
Ireland has castles, forests, rivers lakes and great sites to offer the traveller a mix of pure adventure and excitement.
Drive The Wild Atlantic Way is a must for first time visitors and many return again and again.
There is some free-camping in Ireland but it is advised that you check with local people of the tourist information service.
Check out the Safe Nights Ireland scheme for details of buying a pass to stay for free.
Whatever you decide to do, the motorhome or campervan road trip is the best way to see Ireland. We are here to help you make the right choice of campervan or motorhome for this year's campervan holiday.
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