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Campervan Hire Bristol

Bristol may have been built on ancient trade routes, but today it is one of Britain’s most modern cities. It is the first UK city to be granted a European Green Capital Status, and 2015 is the year for Bristol to carry that honour. It is becoming recognised as Britain’s most technologically smart urban environment, with creative entrepreneurs flourishing. Add to that a hip music scene and sophisticated cuisine, and you have the makings of a memorable holiday. Get mobile with a motorhome rental in Bristol and see it for yourself.


Best-price guarantee on Motorhome Hire in Bristol

We have over 100,000 happy road trippers who have booked their adventures with Motorhome Republic. With that experience behind us, we are so confident of our product that we offer a best-price guarantee. Don’t just take our word for it, though - you can read loads of genuine feedback on our site, thanks to independent review site TrustPilot. So, how does it work? Start on our easy-to-use website and give us some key details of your travel plans. We can then show you all the available campers for your trip. Compare specs and prices to come up with the right one for you, then go ahead and book securely online. It’s as simple as that!

What to see and do in Bristol

You need to know about Isambard Kingdom Brunel to get the best out of Bristol. This prodigious engineer has been voted the second-greatest Briton of all time, losing the top spot to Winston Churchill. He designed the SS Great Britain, the world’s first great ocean liner in 1843. Called the ship that changed the world due to its design innovations, the restored vessel is now a museum. Not stopping there, Brunel is also the designer of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the symbol of Bristol across the Avon River. At the time of design, it would have the longest span of any bridge in the world. Unfortunately, it wasn’t finished until after his death. You can cross the bridge for amazing views of the Avon Gorge, or learn more about the bridge construction at the visitor centre.

Eating, Drinking and Nightlife in Bristol

Bristol has a vibrant music scene, catering to all tastes. Lakota has been a vital organ in the clubbing scene for 25 years, and the Old Duke is the city’s foremost jazz bar. Fine dining can be found at Flinty Red, a Spanish-inspired restaurant in the eatery-rich district of Cotham Hill. It has a spectacular array of wines to choose from, to pair with regular menu items such as octopus or anchovy toast. They do a great value lunch special at under a tenner. 

Where to stay in Bristol, parking your motorhome

Brook Lodge Farm Camping is a rural camp site in the Mendip Hills, with easy access to both Bristol and Bath. 

Road Trips in Bristol and south-west of England

It makes sense to start your campervan hire at Bristol Airport, which is well connected to the rest of the UK and Europe, and handy to the city. From Bristol you have easy access to the whole of the south-west of England. Start with the near neighbour, the gorgeous Georgian spa town of Bath, then head for the coasts of Cornwall, Devon or Dorset. 

You can reach London, Birmingham and Southampton in about 2 hours.

Driving Tips for Bristol and the South-West

This is an area with great scenery and it is worth getting off the motorways to experience the back roads. Be aware of tight lanes and allow others to pass. The Cheddar Gorge is a well-used rural road just out of Bristol, through the Mendips. It can get busy, so watch out for other tourists, farm vehicles and sheep!