We've put together a list of some of the best places
to visit during your uk motorhome holiday.
For the best in countryside and coastline, South Devon is the place to be. Fill your days with water sports and gentle walks and unwind in the evening at one of the many bars and restaurants. This unique landscape of rolling hills with the rugged backdrop of the wild of Dartmoor is an area of extreme contrasts.
South Devon is a place now called home by many musicians and artists, and you can find examples of their work within the many local galleries, music festivals and alternative life style centres in this stunning part of Devon.
The English Riviera
Torquay is an area packed with things to do and is hailed as the gateway to the English Riviera. The town is host to many sporting events and festivals and, in the summer months, this includes the Riviera Regatta.
The areas is full of maritime history and also has its own UNESCO Geopark. Here you can explore the Riviera's eco-system or get involved in a range of activities from coasteering and canoeing the coves to catching and cooking your own dinner. However, if you would rather someone else did the cooking for you while you relax and take in the sights and sounds of the Riviera, you will find a wide range of restaurants and eateries providing the best in local cuisine.
Dartmoor National Park
There are over 368 square miles of rugged, beautiful wilderness for you to explore here - you could walk for hours without meeting another person.
There are many attractions to be found on the moors - you could climb Haytor or pay a visit to the historic Dartmoor Prison Museum. For those looking for that little bit more there is the Drake's trail to be cycled or herds of Dartmoor ponies to be encountered. And when you finally decide to unwind from your day on the moors, it's time to sample the hospitality and friendly atmosphere of the many pubs and restaurants around the moorlands.
Within North Devon you will find a number of stately homes set in stunning grounds. For the adrenaline junkies out there, it has some of the county's best surfing beaches. The area has its own distinctive character and if you are looking for the perfect hiking or mountain biking destination then Exmoor is where you need to be.
If you are looking for a more adventurous activity then why not try your hand at coasteering. North Devon is the birth place of this adventure sport which provides you with the opportunity to get up close and personal with the local wildlife while exploring the craggy landscape.
There's so much to see and do when visiting Cornwall. With the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain, you’ll discover tiny Cornish fishing villages, spectacular beaches, secret coves, dramatic cliffs and sweeping bays, plus beautiful moorland and amazing countryside. Why not visit St Ives, the most famous of Cornish holiday towns, loved for generations for its golden sands and warm welcome.
Life here is cradled around the harbour where fishermen still land catches of the freshest fish served daily in the local restaurants, brought ashore on the ancient granite quays, the catch is of the highest quality for your dinner plate or for the tables of some of Britain's finest restaurants. A maze of cobbled streets to wander through, lined by fishermen's cottages, with an amazing seaside vista to greet you at the end of each one.
Somerset is home to the stunning coastline of Exmoor. Boasting Britain's biggest gorge, endless beaches and seaside resorts and a wide range of rural landscapes dotted with unique towns and villages, this is the perfect location for any kind of holiday.
The birthplace of the legend of King Arthur, there are many historic points of interest including Frome, Wells Cathedral and Montacute House. A motorhome provides you with the easiest means of taking in the history and culture of the area.
It's a great place for music lovers too - why not take your motorhome to Glastonbury and enjoy the world famous festival with an added touch of comfort? Or simply travel the county sampling the Somerset delicacies such as locally produced cheese and cider. Whatever you choose Somerset holds the key to some of the most beautiful scenery and exciting adventures in England.
The Lake District
In England's Lake District you'll find amazing mountains surrounded by stunning lakes ' which makes it a very popular destination for motorhome holidays. This is the ideal location for a scenic holiday. It's also the perfect destination for the more romantic travellers. This dramatic landscape has inspired writers and poets for centuries.
The Lake District is a wonderful place to unwind, take in the awesome surroundings and do exactly what you want, when you want.
For a more active motorhome holiday in the Lake District you may want to try your hand at some of the many exhilarating outdoor activities. Canoeing on the lakes and taking on the ascent to the peak of Scafell Pike are just two of the many tasks that await you.
The Peak District
The rich diversity of the Peak District makes it an ideal location for a motorhome holiday. Explore the moors and take in the stunning landscape while enjoying outdoor activities such as hiking or fishing.
Motorhome hire provides you with the perfect opportunity to visit many of the places of interest in the Peak District. Savour the sights of the only working six-sailed windmill in England and the magnificent Chatsworth Estate, or even take a cable car ride for a bird's eye view of the surrounding landscape.
With beautiful woodlands, superb views and limestone caverns, the Peak District is the perfect choice for people who want to experience this striking part of Britain.
The best way to holiday in Scotland has got to be in a motorhome. With a motorhome holiday you have the unbeatable sense of freedom enabling you to explore the romantic landscapes, mysterious lochs and ancient castles as you wish.
Once you have taken in the drama of the beautiful rural landscape you can set off and experience the urban hustle and bustle of the cities of Edinburgh or Glasgow - with motorhome hire whatever you fancy is literally on your doorstep.
From the rugged wildlife of the Highlands, to the stunning coastal scenery of the Scottish Borders, to the medieval and Renaissance architecture in Stirling a motorhome holiday is the perfect way to enjoy everything Scotland has to offer.
For an entirely different motorhome hire experience try a holiday in Wales. The diversity of the landscape ranges from beautiful beaches to rolling green valleys, so whether you're looking for thrill seeking adventure or tranquillity and relaxation, Wales has it all.
To take advantage of the adventures Wales has to offer try a trip along the coast, have a go at surfing or simply relax on the beach. Top up your energy with a visit to one of the many local restaurants and sample some mouth watering traditional Welsh cuisine.
For the other side of Wales a motorhome provides the ideal way to explore the stunning setting of the Snowdonia National Park, visit one of over 600 Welsh castles or visit Cardiff for a meal out. There's something for everyone in Wales.
Motorhome hire in the Cotswolds is the perfect way to roam this area of astonishing natural beauty and take in all of the sights and sounds. If you love the great outdoors this opportunity is not to be missed - famed for its beautiful valleys, meadows and rolling hillsides this is an experience not to be missed.
The area is famed for its unspoilt natural beauty and boasts an abundance of heritage. With motorhome hire you have the freedom to visit the unique villages and quaint churches which frequent the countryside as you wish.
The Cotswolds is the ideal destination for the history enthusiast. Take a visit to the world's largest Norman tower, have a drink at the medieval Fleece Inn or drive out to Blenheim Palace for the perfect relaxing getaway.
The naturally beautiful landscape of the Suffolk and Norfolk broads make this the perfect location to take a relaxing holiday for friends, families and couples alike. Watch the world drift by with a picnic at the riverside or take some time out to enjoy a day of boating. You can even arrange a guided tour of the river by boat.
There are so many things to see and do which make this a deservedly well liked motorhome holiday destination. For nature lovers a motorhome holiday provides the perfect opportunity to spot some of the areas abundance of wildlife - from waterfowl, cranes and seals to rare insects.
And after a hard day on the river you can retire to your motorhome to rest in comfort before your next day of exploring.