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The campervan craze: Everything you need to know about a staycation on wheels

Pull up to the bumper for our definitive guide to motorhome holidays across Ireland

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Stephen Coughlan and Lisa Cooke spend their spare time travelling around Ireland in their campervan

Stephen Coughlan and Lisa Cooke spend their spare time travelling around Ireland in their campervan

Keava Blaney converted her van with her dad Brendan and her fiancé Joel

Keava Blaney converted her van with her dad Brendan and her fiancé Joel

Keava Blaney in the van she converted with her dad Brendan and her fiancé Joel

Keava Blaney in the van she converted with her dad Brendan and her fiancé Joel

Stephen Coughlan and Lisa Cooke converted their van 'in record time'

Stephen Coughlan and Lisa Cooke converted their van 'in record time'

Campervans allow you to travel under your own steam, in your own time

Campervans allow you to travel under your own steam, in your own time

Campervan holidays gives you freedom on your road holiday

Campervan holidays gives you freedom on your road holiday

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Stephen Coughlan and Lisa Cooke spend their spare time travelling around Ireland in their campervan

Imagine this. You fall asleep counting the stars in the canopy of the night sky, wake to a sunrise supplied as standard, where all rooms have a view and meals are al fresco, at whatever time you decide. A berth for two for the night will cost you between €25 and €32. That’s freedom and fun that is affordable. That’s van life.

Camping and campervans have always had a niche following but the pandemic has given this mainstream appeal – travelling under your own steam, in your own bubble with your own accommodation on board, it’s tailor-made for safe travel.


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