The best fleet of motorhomes and campervans for rent in Manchester
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2.000+ campervans all across Europe
One-way trips available
Fully digital experience
24/7 Pick-up & Drop-off (Indie fleet)
Airport transfer available (Indie fleet)
Insurance & 100% free road assistance
Bedding, kitchen & cleaning kit (Indie fleet)
Unlimited kms available (Indie fleet)
These campervans, motorhomes and camper vans are available at our local depots in Manchester. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information to know before renting a campervan in Manchester
We’re right there for the start and finish of your motorhome hire experience in Manchester. We’ll meet you at Manchester Airport (MAN), where you can pick up and drop off your Indie campervan. Manchester is easy to reach by road from north, south, east, and west, with the UK’s motorway network meeting the M60 ring road on the outskirts of the city. London can be reached in as little as four hours, while Liverpool is less than an hour away along the M62 motorway. Manchester Airport has flights to and from more worldwide destinations than any other UK airport. It’s, therefore, possible to reach Europe, North America, the Middle East, and even Asia on direct flights operated by the likes of British Airways, EasyJet, and Jet2. Manchester Piccadilly is the city’s main railway terminal, alongside Manchester Victoria. Trains crisscross the country, with destinations including Edinburgh, York and Cardiff. The journey to London takes just two hours and there are multiple departures each day.
Finding parking in the center of Manchester can be difficult, with many residents choosing instead to park on the edge of the center and walk in. If you want to park your campervan or motorhome close to Manchester’s centre, your best bet is the secure car park at Red Bank car park on Faber Street offers parking about ten minutes away for £2.50 per day. Alternatively, Rochdale Road offers parking for roughly £3 per day. By contrast, you’ll be looking at up to £4 per hour further towards the heart of the city if you opt to make use of on-street parking bays. The NCP car park at Piccadilly Gardens offers parking starting at £6 for 12 hours, although the maximum height of vehicles is limited to 2.1 meters.
If you want to spend some nightss in your hired motorhome close to Manchester, we have gathered a lot of some of our favorite campsites where you can feel at one with the English countryside: - Whitegate: Across the border in West Yorkshire (about 35 kilometers from Manchester) Whitegate has epic views across the majesty of the Holme Valley. Prices start at £24 per night. - Rossendale Holiday Cottages: Located in the valley of the same name, this site has a mix of campervan pitches and camping pods. Pitches start at £25 per night. - The Little Mill Inn: Booking is essential for the handful of pitches found in the heart of the Peak District. Prices begin at just £5 per night, because electrical hook-ups are not available.
Buzzing with everything fun from concerts to football matches, festivals, and a progressive assortment of restaurants, the city of music has got it going on year round.
Manchester is arguably one of the trendiest cities in England. Massive investment has made it a magnet for anyone who enjoys, culture, history, and the great outdoors. And despite its reputation for being cold and wet, Manchester is actually drier than most parts of the UK. What rain does fall is spread relatively evenly across the year, and never seriously impacts the enjoyment of the Manchester Day celebrations or any other annual events. The city enjoys a very typical British climate of cool winters and warm, but not hot summers. The average daytime winter temperature is 5°C, but with a hat and scarf, it’s still possible to enjoy all the city has to offer, including one of the largest Christmas markets in Europe. Summer can be said to have made its presence felt in Manchester from the beginning of June, and spreads its warmth right through until the end of September. Between June and September temperatures average 15°C, with the hottest parts of the day hitting 20°C. Autumn is the definition of changeable, although Guy Fawkes Night (Bonfire Night) adds plenty of colour and warmth. Likewise, spring offers some surprisingly warm days, allowing people to consider trips to the city’s parks for picnics once again. Renting a campervan in Manchester is, therefore, a reasonable proposition at any time of year. With this in mind, spring probably gives visitors the best chance of combining good weather with low rental prices. Prices only begin to rise towards the end of June, when schools end for the summer and don’t fall again until pupils return in September.
Annual events - Chinese New Year - Albert Square, January/February: A dragon parade makes its impressive way from Albert Square to Chinatown as the culmination of four days of festivities. Free. - Manchester Day - city centre, June: Loosely based around a different theme each year, the city is at its most colourful during this day of free events and a plethora of street food stalls. Free. - Christmas Markets - city centre, November/December: Get in the festive spirit with around 300 stalls offering everything from mulled wine to German snacks at markets on Albert Square and various other city centre spaces. Free.
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