Sunlight Motorhome Hire Coming 2018

Motorhome Rent UK is pleased to be welcoming a fleet of 10 brand new 2018 Sunlight Motorhomes from January 2018. The range will encompass campervans up to spacious 6 berth motorhomes which will allow us to offer a large choice of layouts and designs.

You can view the range of Sunlight Motorhomes on our Motorhomes and Prices page.  Register your interest to view or book when they arrive at our dealership. Plus, you can view our existing Chausson and Rollterteam models which are available to book for 2017 dates.

What are Sunlight Motorhomes?

Sunlight is a well known European brand owned by the Erwin Hymer Group. Stylishly designed, their motorhomes are a real home away from home.

They have an established reputation for quality manufacture,which makes them great choices to hire and sell at our Preston Dealership. Additionally, the popularity of the Sunlight brand in Europe means there is a large network of support and service available when you are travelling abroad, should you ever need it.

Sunlight Motorhomes Campervan

We listened to your requests for a campervan hire option and will be offering this along with our other Sunlight Motorhomes

Will I Still Recieve The Same Service?

Of course! All our motorhomes will be included in the “try before you buy scheme”. This offers potential buyers the opportunity to test out motorhome holidays, and claim back a portion of their rental cost should they then purchase a vehicle through Preston Caravans and Motorhomes.

We will also continue to offer our additional extras to enhance your trip. These include a luxury grocery pack, bicycle hire and linen sets.

In addition, we will still be offering our detailed handover service upon collection. So you can expect the same great experience whichever model you choose for your adventures.

Interested in Motorhome Hire?

If you have any questions about hiring a motorhome, just give us a call on 01772 685949 or get in touch through our booking page. Alternatively, leave us a comment below!


Holidays – They’re Good For Your Health

As caravanners and motorhomers will undoubtedly agree, holidays are often the highlight of the year – whether they’re for a weekend or a whole season. But as well as being relaxing and fun, travel is quickly emerging as being good for your health (even with a sunset glass of vino or two in your awning!). Here’s a few of the ways your trips are keeping you in good nick:

They give your body a chance to repair itself

According to Karen Matthews of Mind Body Center at the University of Pittsburgh, taking a break from your normal routine or work schedule allows your body to repair and replenish itself on a physical and mental level. The centre surveyed 1,399 participants recruited for studies on cardiovascular disease, breast cancer and other conditions, and found that leisure activities, including taking vacations, contributed to higher positive emotional levels and less depression among the participants.

Exposure to the outdoors makes your immune system stronger

For a long time, the key to an illness and allergy free life was a sterile, totally clean environment. However, studies now show that without regular exposure to relatively harmless dirt, pollen and germs, the body becomes less adept at battling illnesses. The more you travel, particularly through rural locations, the stronger your body becomes as it tackles all the microbes it comes in to contact with. This is especially beneficial for children growing up – so next time the kids arrive at the caravan covered in mud, take a breath and think of the health benefits!

A change of scenery encourages a healthy memory

Holidays give us pleasant memories, which we often bring back to the forefront of our minds for reminiscing. When we’re in our day-to-day routine, there can often be whole weeks go by without something significant to look back on. Having memories you like to think back to works the brain like a muscle – and keeps the your memory function in good shape!

Planning your trips keeps you sharp

In a similar way to the point above, thinking of something new challenges the brain and keeps it in great condition. Planning out a route, researching sites and locations, booking ferries etc all push your mind. Even once you’ve arrived, your brain keeps ticking away to get you familiarised with a new place.