- 5.96 m
- 2.42 m
- 2.64 m
- Year built:
- Tare weight:
- 3500 kg
- Max. weight motorhome:
- 3500 kg
- Manual transmission
- Driver licence:
- Seats while driving:
Two berth, low profile motorhome, built on a Peugeot Boxer 2.2TD base. The rear kitchen includes an oven, grill, 4-ring gas hob, sink and fridge. The bathroom includes a toilet, sink and shower. There is overhead storage, as well as a wardrobe. The van is fitted with a TV and aerial. The front seats swivel around and there are also two side sofas that convert into a large double bed. There is blown air heating, which, like the hot water, is operated from electricity or gas (gas bottle supplied). There is a wind-out awning and a rear bike rack for two standard bicycles (e-bikes are too heavy, unfortunately). Two camping chairs and an outside table are provided, as is kitchen equipment. Off-road parking is available for your vehicle whilst you are away. (Please note that any driver must have two year's driving experience. Proof of address and a driving license check are also required by our insurer.)Show more Show less
- Kitchen unit
- Hot water
- Suitable for tall people
- Side facing seats
- 2 Berths (2 separate beds, Convertible bed 2p)
One small, well-behaved pet allowed but not on furniture, please.
Date changes accepted, subject to date availability, if application is made more than two weeks prior to scheduled departure.
Fuel policy is full to full, so you are all set to go once you collect Bertha :)
Transport costs to garage and transport costs to alternative accommodation and Breakdown service
The deposit for this camping vehicle is £1,000. The deposit will be returned to you after the rental period.
I have no proof but my feeling is she was able to book it out privately and therefore had our payment for the five days and also re-rented it.
So as I say be very careful dealing with this woman.
I wish I could have written a more favourable review, but this is exactly what happened to us, we are pensioners and can ill afford to lose £650 with nothing to show for it, Elisabeth was quite heartless and would not even consider a part refund.