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Best Places to visit near Manchester in a motorhome

Being in a motorhome means having the flexibility to travel around the country, stopping off wherever you want to, with everything you need in your vehicle. The good news, it is now easy to hire or rent a motorhome in Manchester and tour the surrounding area or even further afield. For those seeking affordable and convenient options, rent a van in Manchester and consider exploring the diverse landscapes near the city.

With the increased risk of foreign travel, more providers are now providing campervan rental from depots at Manchester Airport and downtown Manchester. For good deals on campervan hire Manchester, try out RVRentACampervan who offer a choice between Touring Cars and Easicampers. Both these suppliers provide an extensive range of Manchester campervan rental options.

One of the gemstones of the UK is Manchester, famous for being the first industrialised city in the world, with the first working canal in 1761 and world first railway line in 1830. It also at one point had the best football team in the Premier League, has given us some of the best music from the likes of Oasis, Morrissey and more recently Aitch and Bugzy Malone. It is also one of those brilliant destinations that has the buzz of a city in one part of it, but then also has the surroundings of the countryside. This makes it an ideal spot for any motorhome occupant, whether part of the younger or older generation. See below some of my top picks:

The Peak District

One of the UK’s biggest and most beautiful nature reserves, the Peak District can be a hit with the active person of your group or those who want a cosy chilled country weekend. It has breath taking hiking or walking trails where you can Instagram huge valleys, glassy lakes, snowy mountain tops on the horizon and stone villages frozen in time. You can even take a cable car up to The Heights of Abraham to see some of the longest views of Britain. In some of these lakes you can also for the more active person find water sports such as sailing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and even wild swimming. For the more relaxed and chilled vibe, you can explore the many picturesque villages with many stone cottages and massive stately homes to wander, all generally offering local produce and providing hearty meals to rest and refuel from.

The best place to park your motorhome for the weekend when visiting is Castledon Caravan and Motorhome site, rated 4.8 out of 5 on TripAdvisor.

Morecambe Bay

Fancy going to the beach and seeing an unforgettable sunset? This is the place for you. The huge sandy bay covering 310 square kilometres is also an important wildlife spot boasting a top avid bird watching spot and has become renowned for its flat fishing of plaice and cockles. Don’t let that stop you from taking a dip into the sea though, but keep your eye out depending on where you dip as in Morecambe Bay there are recorded sighting of bottlenose dolphins and grey seals.

The best place to park your motorhome for the weekend when visiting is Sunnyside Camping and Caravan site, rated 4.6 out of 5 on TripAdvisor.

City of Manchester

Don’t forget to visit the main city centre itself! A rival to London because it has something for everyone! Avid football fan? You could visit Old Trafford for Manchester United fans or Etihad Stadium for Manchester City fans. Want some culture? Visit the iconic building known as the Manchester Cathedral where you can join in on seasonal sing songs or visit the Jodrell Bank Observatory to see the stars at night. Famed for its nightlife and buzzing music scene because it can cater to anyone, from those interested in new and upcoming, to iconic rock bands, jazz bands or even classical music spots, the city has some of the widest array of concert halls, pop-up venues and warehouses for music. Some of the liveliest bars that are always talked about is Night & Day for the rock or indie fans, One Eight Six that is tucked away behind a mirrored door underneath a barber shop hosting Jazz evenings, Albert Schloss for your drag queens and pop music, YES which has a range of genres covered from live DJ’s to rock music & even Bunny Jacksons which is also famous for its food boasting the cheapest plate in town with 20p wings!

The best place to park your motorhome for the weekend when visiting is Hawthorne Caravan and Camp Site, rated 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor.

With excellent road links to all these spots above and brilliant campsites to park up at the North West can offer you one amazing adventure to remember!

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