Motorhome Hire Rhondda

Hire a motorhome from private owners across Rhonda including Aberdare, Mountain Ash, Pontypridd, and Porth. Reserve a unique motorhome within your budget with zero obligations and take your home wherever you go! Enjoy the very best of rolling hills, lush valleys, and fantastic outdoor adventures in your motorhome hire in Rhondda. Boasting of stunning sceneries shaped by years of natural and industrial developme

  • Taff Valley. Taken from Fan Fawr, it shows the Beacons Reservoir on the left, then further on it's the Cantref Reservoir and in the far distance there is Llwyn-On Reservoir.
    • Name:Rhondda
    • Pop:240,131
    • Photo Credit: Aaron Jones
    • Description: Taff Valley. Taken from Fan Fawr, it shows the Beacons Reservoir on the left, then further on it's the Cantref Reservoir and in the far distance there is Llwyn-On Reservoir.
    • Lat Long:51.6490° N, 3.4289° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Rhondda

    • View from road to Ferndale
      • Name:Aberdare
      • Pop: 31,200.
      • Photo Credit:andy dolman
      • Description: View from road to Ferndale
      • Lat Long:51.7162° N, 3.4518° W,

      Aberdare

    • Waterfall on the Taff upstream of the disused railway bridge. View is of a waterfall on the river Taff north of the centre of Pontypridd and is used for paddling and picnicking in the summer.
      • Name:Pontypridd
      • Pop: 30,860.
      • Photo Credit:nantcoly
      • Description: Waterfall on the Taff upstream of the disused railway bridge. View is of a waterfall on the river Taff north of the centre of Pontypridd and is used for paddling and picnicking in the summer.
      • Lat Long:51.6008° N, 3.3423° W,

      Pontypridd

    • Mynydd Y Dinas to Clydach Vale with Tonypandy and Pen y Graig in the fore ground
      • Name:Tonypandy
      • Pop: 17,789
      • Photo Credit:Anthony John
      • Description: Mynydd Y Dinas to Clydach Vale with Tonypandy and Pen y Graig in the fore ground
      • Lat Long:51.6244° N, 3.4581° W,

      Tonypandy

    • Rheola Bridge, Porth. The Rheola Bridge was made with 1,100 tonnes of structural steel. It crosses the Rhondda River at the confluence of the two Rhonddas, and the Rhondda Line railway. It was built as part of the £98 million Porth relief road project, and is one of 11 bridges that were built or replaced during the project. The relief road was opened to traffic in December 2006. Landscaping continued into 2007.
      • Name:Porth
      • Pop: 14,648
      • Photo Credit:Jaggery
      • Description: Rheola Bridge, Porth. The Rheola Bridge was made with 1,100 tonnes of structural steel. It crosses the Rhondda River at the confluence of the two Rhonddas, and the Rhondda Line railway. It was built as part of the £98 million Porth relief road project, and is one of 11 bridges that were built or replaced during the project. The relief road was opened to traffic in December 2006. Landscaping continued into 2007.
      • Lat Long:51.6136° N, 3.4072° W,

      Porth

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