Motorhome Hire in Yorkshire has become more and more popular in recent years due to the simple fact that motorhome holidays in Yorkshire are always amazing. However, Yorkshire has a lot to offer the motorhome holidaymaker that you may simply not have heard of yet. There is a wide range of unusual activities and locations that are locked away like a secret within the county, so we have collected a few of these unknown attractions for you to be able to travel to this year in a motorhome.
Caving and pot holing is basically a sport where you would rope up and head into caves. Exploring underground caverns, heading through subterranean streams, rock climbing and even abseiling. Yorkshire is home to some of the largest underground cave systems in the UK meaning that there is certainly a lot for you to explore. If you want to head out to the pot holes this year in a motorhome then you will need to head to Horton in Ribblesdale, from here all of the caves are reasonably close meaning you can easily access them either on foot or in a motorhome. Priory Rentals can even deliver your motorhome to Horton in Ribblesdale using our “Drop It < Set It < Collect It” scheme.
Cold War Bunker
The cold war bunker is set in the city of York only a short journey from the city centre, this in turn makes it very easy to find and visit all year round. The bunker its self is now a museum that gives you a lot of insight into the work that was done here and the threat of invasion during the cold war, well worth a visit for anybody interested in British military history. It is easily accessible by motorhome simply due to Yorks rural nature and the motorhome parks surrounding the city, the nearest of which is Acomb Garage which is located only seven minutes away.
Dalby Forest is a forest located in Yorkshire, the forest its self is a bit sportier than other forests in the UK and offers a wide variety of activities and sports available for a visitor. Things such as horse riding and mountain biking are all easily available and highly recommended, more so with the forest having a rigid terrain. There is a campsite within the forest called Stoneclose campsite, this is motorhome friendly and puts you on a foothold into the forest giving you easy access to go explore.
The Shambles is a street in Yorkshire that allows you to be able to have the feeling of being a part of 14th century England. The street its self is a mix of medieval buildings and maintains this 14th century aesthetic through hanging signs, aged wood and timber frame buildings. The street even has some butcher shops and other stores that are over 200 years old making them completely authentic. Acomb Garage once again would be one of the best motorhome campsites to be staying at if you were visiting this location. This puts you at a short distance away from the shambles street and allows you to make a small daytrip into the city.
Eden Camp is a military museum that was built after the Second World War, the museum its self gives you an insight into how life was at the time and the goings on during the war. There is a wide range on offer from looking at the old vehicles to looking through the old headquarters and control rooms. The nearest campsite that is motorhome friendly is 5 miles away in the Brickyard Farm, the site its self offers a lovely surrounding in the countryside and means that you have easy road access into the North York Moors National Park.
If you are considering a motorhome holiday in Yorkshire this year, then why not take a look through our entire range of motorhomes to be able to see which motorhome is perfect for you.