Description of Glamping Units
This professionally converted VW contains a rock and roll bed that can sleep two adults and a kitchen, too. The kitchen contains two gas rings and a sink. LED lighting is also featured as well as wardrobe and cupboard space. A Campingaz cool box is provided, too. The pop up roof can be raised for some extra head space.
The front seats in the camper swivel around and a fold away table attaches to provide a central dining area. Kitchen appliances include a mini George Foreman grill, a One-touch kettle and a regular kettle, plus two pans with crockery and cutlery for four people. Bedding and Read More
- Running water
The hosts provide an off-street parking spot for guests' cars, but hosts ask guests to be mindful that they are parking their cars at their own risk, and that the host cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage of parked vehicles. If in the unlikely event that the un-speakable happens, AA road rescue cover in included in the cost of hire.
- Dining room
Mileage included is 350 miles for Mid-Week or Weekend hire, or 750 miles for a full week. There is a charge of £5 for every 10 miles over, that will be deducted from security deposit if it is not pre-booked. Petrol is at the cost of guest and must be returned with same amount in the tank, but if guests fail to do this, a charge of £25 will be deducted from the security deposit along with the cost of fuel required to fill up the van. A receipt will be provided for both.
Hosts politely request that guests submit photocopies of their ID with the booking form, and bring along two forms of ID showing address (utility bills are fine) along with both the photo card and paper section of their driving licence. The insurance requirements stipulate that drivers must be between 25 and 75 years of age, with a minimum of 24 months driving experience unless agreed by the insurer.
Guests unfortunately cannot have more than six penalty points on their driving licence, two speeding offences in the last three years, or more than one accident whilst driving in the last three years in order to rent this campervan. Overseas drivers are allowed, however they must be referred to our insurance company.
This property offers guests various periods of hire:
Weekend hire is available from £285 and can be for two or three nights of hire, from Friday to Monday.
Mid-week hire is available from £325 and is for four nights of hire, from Monday to Friday.
Full week hire is available from £485 and is for seven nights of hire, from either Monday or Friday (collect and return).
This luxury campervan is also available to rent for special occasions; including wedding hire, proms, or birthdays, and a chauffeur is included in the cost. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Based in Tynemouth, this campervan is ideally located for some fun-filled outdoor adventures in Northumberland and the rest of Northern England. Sites of interest nearby include the Northumberland National Park, which is a must-see for all glampers, and their pets if they come along for the ride. The castle at Bambergh is also not far to drive, as well as the beautiful (if a little cold) beaches of Northern England.
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Guests have the option of purchasing a self-catering pack that includes a mini George Foreman grill, a one-touch kettle and a regular kettle, two pans with crockery and cutlery for four people. Bedding & towels can also be supplied as an optional extra — for two, it's £25 per hire and for four it's £40 per hire. A drive away awning for £40 is also available to guests, as well as camping chairs at £25 for two and £40 for four people, as well as an additional 100 miles at just £25.
Explore the great outdoors with this luxury camper, Northern England and the Scottish countryside are waiting to be discovered. Towns, for example Berwick-upon-Tweed offer guests the opportunity to see visual arts and explore the local history including the churches. Alnwick offers a beautiful old castle, botanical gardens and parks to explore; and finally the town of Hexham offers delicious bistros serving freshly caught seafood, and luscious green gardens and parks.