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Hire a Motorhome in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Pick up from our Belfast rental depot.

Hiring a motorhome to explore Northern Ireland provides a truly unique way to see what the country has to offer. Our unlimited mileage policy gives you the freedom to explore that you simply don't get with any other form of travel.

In Northern Ireland, meander through country lanes, taking in the breathtaking landscapes and coastline, choosing overnight destinations that suit you. Our welcoming Belfast rental depot has a team that are both knowledgeable and helpful and can assist with itineraries and suggested routes across Northern Ireland and Ireland. Our modern motorhomes are automatic, spacious and comfortable. With onboard hot showers, they really are a home from home. Get started on your Northern Irish motorhome hire adventure.

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Trekker 5 berth

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Motorhome rental Northern Ireland

Reasons to choose Just go motorhome hire in Belfast:

  • A large choice of rental vehicles with berth and specification choices
  • Modern, automatic motorhomes with unlimited mileage
  • The convenience of onboard hot showers and fully equipped kitchens
  • We purchase a large number of brand-new vehicles every year, so quality is assured
  • Our motorhomes have on-board entertainment included in your hire
  • You can collect your rental from our depot, located 20 minutes from Belfast City airport

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What does hiring a motorhome in Northern Ireland involve?

When you hire a motorhome from Just go Belfast, you're renting more than just a vehicle. You'll be given the means to explore famous tourist hotspots across Northern Ireland, or for the more adventurous, secret gems off the beaten track. Go as far as you like and enjoy the open road!


Step 1

Our Belfast depot is your first step to exploring Northern Ireland. When you arrive with us, you'll be greeted by a friendly, experienced motorhome expert who will explain your motorhome rental in detail. They will advise what to expect when you're motor homing and help you on your way from Belfast.


Step 2

Once your Northern Ireland motorhome holiday is underway, you're free to make your own route around this beautiful country. We've created a guide (https://www.justgo.uk.com/itineraries.html) which you may want to use to plan your own unique Northern Ireland trip in your rental vehicle. Planning ahead is always recommended to make your motorhome holiday one to remember.


Step 3

On your return to our Belfast motorhome depot, we'll check your motorhome as quickly as possible, so that you can get on your way home. We can also assist with arranging onward travel, including taxis to the Airport which is only a short drive away.

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rv rentals in Belfast

Travelling around Northern Ireland in a rented motorhome is a wonderful way to explore and enjoy a personalised break away from home. We're here to help first time motorhome travellers as well as seasoned hirers to ensure your holiday is a unique and memorable experience. If you've not previously hired one of our vehicles, then our expert Belfast team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Roadside assistance, comprehensive driver insurance, automatic transmission and unlimited mileage are included in your hire, together with many other creature comforts.

What's great about hiring a Just go motorhome from Belfast?

  • Explore more, with unlimited mileage
  • Creature comforts, it's just like home
  • Choose a journey and itinerary
  • Ditch the biting point! Automatic models as standard
  • Hot shower & toilet on-board
  • Well equipped kitchens
  • We buy new vehicles every year
  • Spacious, comfortable and modern vehicles
  • We also have upgrade choices such as bike racks
  • We are part of thl, a leading global motorhome company
  • Outstanding reviews from a company that genuinely cares
  • Modern, clean, well-maintained vehicles

Motorhome hire guides

Our expertly crafted guides are available to help you plan your motorhome holiday in Northern Ireland.

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Northern Ireland Questions and places to go

Where are the best places to go in Northern Ireland in a motorhome?

Discovering Northern Ireland in a motorhome opens up a wealth of opportunities to see some exceptional sights. Along the way, quaint villages, world-class local eateries, and welcoming campsites add to your holiday, making Northern Ireland a motorhome adventurer's dream.

Causeway Coastal Route

There are many hidden gems too, such as the Cushendun Caves, formed over 400 million years ago and nestled on the adjacent sandy beach, which you may know from Game of Thrones. For those with a sense of adventure, the Gobbins Cliff Path, is a spectacular coastal walk offering stunning views of the sea cliffs from below.

At the end of the route, you can’t miss the historic walled city of Derry, which brims with culture and history and is the setting of the award-winning sitcom, Derry Girls.

The Causeway Coastal Route is home to several campsites, offering convenient places to stay.

Fermanagh

For somewhere more serene, the Fermanagh Lakelands offer a peaceful retreat. During the day, visitors pass their time taking a boat trips along the lakes, visiting the Marble Arch caves or stopping by Florence Court Estate for a taste of afternoon tea.

Mourne Mountains

The majestic Mourne Mountains promise exhilarating hikes and breathtaking views. On the way, the 18th-century mansion owned by the National Trust at Castle Ward is home to beautiful gardens and woodland walks, along with intriguing architecture. Further up the road, Murlough National Nature Reserve in County Down is a haven for wildlife and nature enthusiasts, with stunning views of the Mourne Mountains.

Antrim

Peatlands Park in County Armagh and its unique peat bog, diverse wildlife and tranquil walking paths is a popular ‘hidden’ choice.

Belfast

Then of course there is Belfast, with its rich history and vibrant nightlife, it’s always a must-visit. The world-leading Titanic Visitor Centre and ‘Black Taxi’ tour are two popular attractions for history lovers and are recommended by both locals and visitors alike.

What’s the difference between a campervan, RV and a motorhome?

The terms ‘campervan’, ’RV’ (Recreational Vehicle) and ‘motorhome’ are used in different ways across the globe and often interchanged depending on the country, so it can get confusing! However, they do have distinct differences, mainly in size, features and usage.

Campervans and Campers are usually smaller than motorhomes and RVs. They can be converted vans or small buses equipped with a bed/s, a small kitchen and sometimes a compact bathroom. The most well-known is the VW Campervan, which can also be a VW camper or even VW camper van! The primary aim of a campervan is mobility and ease of driving, making them ideal for travellers who are navigating narrower roads like those often found in European countries.

A motorhome is a self-contained vehicle designed for both transport and sleeping. They are generally larger than campervans and offer more home from home options such as fully equipped kitchens, bathrooms with a shower, more living and sleeping space.

An RV or Recreational Vehicle is an umbrella term that covers campervans, motorhomes and towables. Essentially, any vehicle designed for recreational use and equipped with living space and amenities found in a home can be called an RV. However, it is a term primarily used in America that has only really been used in recent years to reference UK and European vehicles, where the terms motorhome or campervan are more prevalent.

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