Highly equipped, our vans are camping machines!
Big enough to carry up to four people and a dog in comfort, yet still small and nimble enough to park in a normal space and navigate the country lanes and villages of Snowdonia.
Who can hire?
To hire you must be between 25 and 75, have a full driving license with 6 points or fewer (in two, 3 point convictions) and be able to produce a passport, photocard driving license and two utility bills at the time of collection. You must also have a valid credit card for payments. We will also need to verify your license and points online at www.gov.uk/view-driving-licence as the paper part of the license is now obsolete.
Fully comprehensive insurance is included for the driver and we can add extra drivers as long as all are over 25 and under 75 with 6 points or less in two separate convictions. Any questions please ask
Do you offer short breaks?
Yes, you can collect your camper on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday so any combination is possible.
Can we have a look before booking?
Sure, Monday Wednesday or Friday mornings are best as the vans are generally back at base for a while, just get in touch first to check.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes sure, don’t forget your bedding.*
Are there any milage restrictions or charges?
100 miles per night of hire is included for modern vans and 50 for vintage vans. Excess milage is charged at 25p per mile modern and 50p vintage.
Can I bring my bike?
We can supply a bike rack on Joey only, extra charges apply.*
Is there a toilet?
Not as such, but we recommend “bog in a bag”, a very clever, hygienic, disposable solution, you can buy them here.
How do I get there/where will I leave my own car?
On booking we’ll give you directions to our base near Conwy, we’ve free parking for your own car whilst you are on holiday, (at owners risk).
Can I plug stuff in?
The vans have 12v accessory sockets so phone/iPad/laptop charging is no problem with a car accessory socket adaptor and mains power equipment such as hair dryers/straighteners, etc. are possible when using the supplied mains hook up cable on commercial campsites.
Can I roast a chicken?
Camper vans don’t generally have ovens, so afraid not, but there are two gas hobs so breakfasts and all sorts of boiled, stewed and fried dishes are certainly possible, and there is a fridge to keep everything fresh. It’s amazing what you can cook, see “The campervan cook book” in the vans.
What should I bring?
The vans come with crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment as well as water, a full fuel tank and an initial supply of gas for cooking. You should bring your own bedding and you will need your usual travel essentials, towels and maybe a CD and DVD or two. There is plenty of storage space, soft bags are easier to pack. Don’t forget your drivers license, passport and two bills for checking before collection.
Can I stock up on supplies nearby?
Yes we have a huge Tesco just down the road and lots of great local shops in Conwy and nearby Llandudno. The Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is just two minutes away from base.
What is staying in a camper like?
Everybody’s adventure is totally different, thats the beauty of having your own home on wheels! Read about a snowy trip here!
Any other questions?
Please contact us
*Can be requested during the booking process, extra charges may apply.