Motorhome Hire Warwickshire

The administrative county of Warwickshire is located in central England and encircled by the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. The historic county town is Warwick. Most of Warwickshire consists of endless green woodlands, pastures and fields, many of these bordering great motorhome parks. The important Roman road of Watling Street forms the present boundary between the county of Leicestershire and Warwickshire. Warwickshire fell under the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia and later became part of the kingdom of Wessex. The Norman Conquest brought about the growth and construction of Norman castles in the towns of Kenilworth and Warwick. Today the county of Warwickshire deals mainly in the trade of agriculture, dairy farming and industrialised coalmines.

Camperbug unites hirers like you with motorhome owners across the county of Warwickshire. Speak to motorhome owners in Nuneaton, Rugby, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, and, Bedworth about the particulars of your motorhome hire. Most visitors steer their motorhomes towards Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of legendary of poet, actor and playwright William Shakespeare. The former market town is now the main attraction for those who wish to see Shakespeare’s birthplace and the cottage of Anne Hathaway. Drink in the splendours of one of England’s best-preserved castles, Warwick Castle or drop in at Crick for a look at the original Roman road of Watling Street.

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