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Motorhome hire in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes might just be the perfect start for your campervan hire adventure in Britain. It is a modern city, developed with some specific objectives, making it ideal as a touring base. It is roughly equidistant to London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge, surrounded by historic and picturesque Buckinghamshire countryside. It also has excellent transport links by rail, the Grand Union Canal (mix of campervanning and long boat cruising anyone?) and the M1 motorway.
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There’s nothing worse when booking a big ticket item for a holiday, such as campervan hire, and thinking you’ve got a great deal, when the second you make a commitment, a better price comes along. That can’t happen at Motorhome Republic, as we give you all the information you need at the very start to make the right choice. On top of that, we offer a best-price guarantee. See how our system works by dropping in on our comprehensive website. Input a few essential details, such as city of pick-up and dates of travel and we can show you all available campers for your adventure. Go ahead and book securely online, or give one of our multi-talented, and often multi-lingual, motorhome experts a call.
What to see and do in Milton Keynes
Don’t just pick up the camper in Milton Keynes and run. Get stocked up first, as Milton Keynes claims to be the beginning of the modern mall European shopping experience with over 400 stores in the town. Spend a day with the kids at Gulliver’s Land, a theme park that includes a waterpark, Dinosaur and Farm Park, and a “Nerf” gun attraction.
Milton Keynes is also venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, hosting three pool matches, so demand for campervans in September and October in the UK will be high.
Food and Drink in Milton Keynes
Being a modern kind of town, you will find a good selection of high street gastro-pubs, such as the Slug and Lettuce and All Bar One. For a convenient stop when in the malls, these have their place and are always reliable. Head a bit further out to the village of Woolstone to try The Barge, a character pub built in the early 19th century for the workers on the Grand Canal. It is popular with local and visiting narrow-boaters, for its cask conditioned real ales and regional specialties, such as genuine Suffolk Cider.
Where to stay In Milton Keynes
Gulliver’s Land Theme Park has a campsite, so you can be first in line for the attractions in the morning. Billing Aquadrome Campsite is 17 miles from Milton Keynes, set in 235 acres of Northamptonshire parkland, on an aquadrome and surrounded by water.
Road Trips From Milton Keynes
Have camper, can travel, as you have easy access to heartland England. The nearest airports are London Luton, 20 miles away, or Heathrow, a little further at 42 miles. A fun day out is to the Buckinghamshire village of Great Missenden, to visit The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, where one of this generation’s greatest writers lived and worked for 36 years. Keeping with a literary theme, it is just 37 miles from Milton Keynes to the Harry Potter Studio Tour at Watford. This is a fantastic facility in the studios where the Harry Potter movies were filmed. Practice your broomstick riding against a green screen and learn how to wave your wand effectively. Even if you are not a Harry Potter fanatic, you will come away with a new found appreciation of the movie making process.
Driving Tips For Milton Keynes
The city has been designed from scratch, with the benefit of town planning and architects’ knowledge. The roads are organised in a grid system, numbered as H roads that run horizontally, and V roads that run vertically on a map. The intersections are all roundabouts, so traffic flows smoothly. However, visitors can get confused as the roads all look similar - take a map or use a GPS.