Campervan Hire London FAQ

Got a question about renting a campervan from London Campers? Take a look at our Campervan hire London FAQ. Still unsure of something? Feel free to get in touch 

Campervan Hire London FAQ

Got a question about renting a campervan from London Campers? Take a look at our Campervan hire London FAQ. Still unsure of something? Feel free to get in touch

Don’t want to book online? That’s absolutely fine! We have a couple of ‘old school’ ways to book and know that not everyone is keen to finalise a holiday online. 

Pop us a message on our contact form

Email us on londoncampers@gmail.com 

Call us on 07985 991349

Happy to book online? Find a campervan now

To make a booking either over the phone or online we need a 25% deposit. The remaining sum, which will be confirmed to you either over the phone or via email is due no later than six weeks prior to collection. If you make a booking within six weeks of departure, we require the full fee to be transferred.

During your campervan hire, we hold a £500 damage deposit (cash or bank transfer only, unfortunately, we don’t take cards) for the duration of the rental. This is fully refundable upon safe return of the van in the condition it was hired in, with cash returned on the day and transferred funds returned as quickly as your bank allows.

Yes! As you can imagine, we're always very busy with campervan hire for Glastonbury festival, so please get your booking in nice and early! 

We also offer campervan rental for festivals right across the UK and further afield. 

Yes, provided they are well behaved and don't leave any damage or lingering smells. If you intend to bring a pet, please provide details of this in your booking or enquiry.

All our vans have leisure batteries providing 12v power to internal electrical systems (lights, radio, water pump, heater, fridge, 12v TV, etc), as well as providing charging through USB and or cigarette lighter style sockets. Leisure batteries are isolated from the vehicle battery, so you can use this power to your heart’s content, without fear of not being able to start the engine. When the leisure battery runs low, simply run the engine (for about 30 minutes) to recharge. You should note, however, that no motorhome you will find from any supplier has 240v power supply when not connected to mains. To use the three pin 240v domestic sockets, you need to be ‘hooked up’ to mains supply at the campsite.

Yes! Well, if you can drive one in the UK, at any rate. If you are heading overseas, to mainland Europe you will need an EU green card to extend the insurance, these are £60 per week or part thereof - which is what the insurer charges us.

  • Full breakdown cover
  • Fully comprehensive self-drive hire insurance
  • Insurance for two drivers provided they are between the ages of 24 and 75 and meet our terms and conditions
  • Full crockery and cutlery
  • Fold up camping chairs and table
  • BBQ, coals and lighters

Our Insurer insists that all campervan renters are between the ages of 24 and 75.

Although not our mainstay, over the years we have built up quite a large inventory of parts for both VW T25 campervans and VW T5 campervans. If there is a part you are particularly struggling to get hold of, we may well be able to help you, so please get in touch.

We would also recommend the below websites for your hunt:

www.justkampers.com

www.brickwerks.co.uk

www.vwbusshop.de (Germany)

www.gowesty.com (US)

There are loads of great campsites throughout the UK and Europe that'll make you feel very welcome in a London Camper. When we're setting out on an adventure, we tend to take a look at these sites, as a starting point. 

www.coolcamping.co.uk

www.ukcampsite.co.uk

www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk