RV Rental in Wales - UK

Celtic Journeys - Motorhome Rental in the Wales with depot in Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan . Looking for a motorhome hire company in Wales. We are based in the heart of South Wales and pride ourselves in giving an excellent personal service and making the whole experience of rental an enjoyable one. This year, when you go on holiday, why not book one of our 2006 motorhomes combining comfort and safety.
GoBongo Campervan Hire - Hire an amazing Mazda Bongo Campervan for your next holiday or short break. They make it a breeze to get to the best beaches, countryside or even to the shops. From our South Wales base it is easy to explore the whole of Wales and even England and Scotland. Forget work - freedom and adventure awaits in one of our campervans!
Myrddin Motorhome Hire Wales -  Luxury motorhome hire is the heart of wales from Myrddin Motorhomes. We offer high end motorhomes at reasonable prices to make your holiday relaxing and enjoyable. Say goodbye to work, and hello holiday.
Wild Horizon -  Campervan Hire servicing Wales.Think about driving where the mood takes you. Waking up in the valleys of Wales, the hills of Scotland or the beaches of Cornwall. With a hot shower, cup of tea and an English breakfast you can start a new adventure every day.

Our fleet of motorhomes are available for use in the UK and Europe. Airport and train station collections, and vehicle delivery are all available.

Wales - UK Useful Travel Resources
Wales - UK Information

Explore the Wales landscape with a Camping Cars, Campervan, Motorhome or Camper from one of the above Wales Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Wales Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Create life time memories with a Wales self drive camper rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with your Wales Camper Rental and enjoy great value for money (especially for families) with being able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality time with the family.

Facts About Wales
Wales (Welsh: Cymru; pronounced IPA: is one of the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom. Wales is located in the south-west of Great Britain and is bordered by England (Lloegr) to the east, the Bristol Channel (Môr Hafren) to the south and the Irish Sea (Môr Iwerddon) to the west and north, and also by the estuary of the River Dee (Afon Dyfrdwy) in the north-east. Wales is the largest principality in the world.

Welsh cultural identity, represented by elements such as monastic asceticism, a highly evolved secular legal system (Cyfraith Hywel), and a distinctive literary tradition emerged after the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the 5th century. Of the principal polities within Wales, only Gwynedd retained independence until the late 13th century, when it too was conquered by England. However, formal annexation and abolition of Welsh law did not take place until the 16th century. Wales (with all regions united under one government) has never been a sovereign state, although a number of rival principalities remained independent until the Anglo-Norman conquest.

Two thirds of the population of Wales live in the valleys and coastal plain of the south, with a further significant population concentration in the north east. The remaining areas in Mid Wales, the south west and west are predominantly rural and characterised by hilly and mountainous terrain.

Wales is located on a peninsula in central-west Britain. The entire area of Wales is about 20,779 km² (8,023 square miles). It is about 274 km (170 miles) north-south and 97 km (60 miles) east-west. Wales is bordered by England to the east and by sea in the other three directions: the Bristol Channel Môr Hafren to the south, St George's Channel to the west, and the Irish Sea to the north. Altogether, Wales has over 1,200km (750 miles) of coastline. There are several islands off the Welsh mainland, the largest being Ynys Môn (Anglesey) in the northwest.

Highest maximum temperature: 35.2°C (95.4°F) at Hawarden Bridge, Flintshire on 2 August 1990.
Lowest minimum temperature: -23.3°C (-10°F) at Rhayader, Radnorshire on 21 January 1940. [1]
Maximum number of hours of sunshine in a month: 354.3 hours at Dale Fort, Dyfed in July 1955.
Minimum number of hours of sunshine in a month: 2.7 hours at Llwynon, Powys in January 1962. [2]
Maximum rainfall in a day (0900 UTC - 0900 UTC): 211 mm (8.30 inches) at Rhondda, Gwent, on 11 November 1929.