Classic Campers for Rent Across Cornwall
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Below you’ll find each of the thee campervans offered at this glamping site described a little further.
Maggie May (1970 Bay Window): Stunning inside and out, this camper has been in and out of the press with features in the Sunday Times, Good Housekeeping Magazine and more. This campervan is from South Africa and has a reconditioned engine and a stunning custom-built oak interior. Enjoy the double-hob gas stove, sink with running water and the fridge/freezer. The back seat converts to a queen-sized bed that comfortably sleeps 2 people, and there is also a double bed in the roof space.
Roxy (2010 T5): This campervan has a pop-top roof, is easy to drive, and it simply makes glamping a dream come true. It comes with a full kitchenette that has a double-hob, a fridge/freezer, and it even has a grill – perfect for some beach-time barbecues. There is a bed that sleeps two adults and the pop-top sleeps another two adults. The pop-top also serves as standing space when using the kitchen.
Mrs. Robinson (1969 Bay Window): This campervan is two-tone white and yellow with all alloy wheels, new suspension and modern leather front seats. This is the only European bay window with a Devon conversion pop top and a walk-through interior offered at this glamping site. Once inside the camper, it feels totally spacious and luxurious. Up to two adults can comfortably sleep inside. (If you’d like to accommodate more, there is an optional awning to add more space.)
You also have the option of ordering certain extras during your Cornwall glamping adventure in these campervans. When you’re booking the campervan, just ask about what they offer. To give you an idea, you could rent a freestanding awning, a tent, body boards, or even bedding. Let them help you have a luxurious stay in Cornwall.
If you cancel 7 days or more prior to check-in.
- Double bed
- Cooking basics
- Dining table
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
There are lots of things to do while making your way through and around Cornwall. Just to start giving you some ideas, why not try surfing, kayaking, coasteering, wake boarding, kite surfing, fishing, walking, cycling, rock climbing, golfing, or horseback riding!
If you’re more into tourism that activities, some points of interest for you might be the Isles of Scilly, The Eden Project and Lands End.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old