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Compare Campervan Hire Belfast

Camper Champ compares campervan rentals from companies in Belfast, across the UK and in the Republic of Ireland.

Motorhome rental rates in Belfast range from £50/day for small campers in the off-season up to £300/day or more for large vehicles during the busiest periods.

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Anywhere Campers Matrix Plus

Matrix Plus

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Causeway Acer

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Causeway Cruz

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Vista Plus

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Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of licence do you need to drive a campervan in the UK?

All drivers must have a current and full driver’s licence to hire a vehicle. If your licence is from the UK, it must entitle you to drive a category B vehicle up to 3,500 kg. If you have demerit points on your licence or any convictions, extra fees or restrictions may apply.

Foreign licences are acceptable if they are in English or are accompanied by an accredited English translation. Otherwise, an International Driving Permit (IDP) is required.

Can I rent a campervan in the UK if I’m under 21?

Most campervan rental companies in the UK require the driver to be 21 years of age or older. In addition, you must have held your licence for a specific period of time (generally 2–5 years). Certain vehicles may be restricted for those under the age of 25.

Enter the driver’s age into our search tool and we will filter available vehicles to match.

Drivers need to hold a full licence, and additional insurance for young drivers may also be required.

Can I travel to Ireland or drop off my motorhome in Dublin?

Yes, while Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, many campervan hire companies have depots in both the UK and Ireland.

One-way trips are a popular way to travel and a great way to see more on your motorhome getaway.

Note that additional one-way fees may apply. The comparison tool will automatically factor this into your total price.

Can I bring my pet with me when renting a campervan?

Yes, some campervan companies in the UK are pet-friendly. These include McRent, Camper Rental UK, Just Go, Apollo, Bunk Campers, Rent Easy, Easy Campervan Hire and Rockin Vans.

Spaceships and AUK Motorhome Hire do not allow pets in their vehicles.

With all the companies that permit pets, approval must be obtained prior to your rental. A service fee will also be charged.

It is your responsibility to ensure the cleanliness of the vehicle, and you will be liable for any damages caused as a result of bringing a pet on board.

You are also responsible for the safe transport of any domestic animals according to local regulations as well as for compliance with any entry restrictions and vaccinations.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

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Popular Attractions in Northern Ireland

Mourne Mountains

The Mourne Mountains are a granite mountain range in County Down. They are some of the highest mountains in Northern Ireland.

Many tourists visit the Mournes each year. A scenic loop offers breathtaking views of the Emerald Isle and seaside towns below.

Dunluce Castle

The ruins of Dunluce Castle are located just an hour away from Belfast, in Northern Ireland. The castle, which is accessible via a bridge, was once the seat of Clan McDonnell. It offers a great opportunity to see some medieval scenery on your campervan road trip.

Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway is located on the north coast of Northern Ireland. It is a natural wonder, a series of interlocking stone columns formed by an ancient volcanic fissure.