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- 6.9 m
- Year built:
- km's included p/w:
- 700 km
- Driver licence:
- Seats while driving:
Our lovely ‘Margo’ is our happy place~ ready and waiting to take you on your next adventure!
A Gorgeous Motorhome, So comfortable and roomy. Well equipt so you can drive away without the faf...
Firstly, the basics,
~TV with free view and DVD player this can be swivelled depending on wether you want to watch in bed, at the table or as you cook.
~Air conditioning in cab
~Over cab large fixed bed, two single bunk beds at back.
~4 X Bike Rack
~Kitted out and ready to go on your adventure
~extra comfy master bed with memory foam mattress
Extras please ask in advance....
~Cadac Carri Chef bbq and gas bottle.
~late check out / early collection
Toilet to be empty and clean on return
Motorhome will be given with a full tank of fuel and to be returned with a full tank of fuel. There is a petrol station 1 mile from drop off.
- Kitchen unit
- Hot water
- Suitable for tall people
Side facing seats
- Dining area
- 6 Berths (Bunk bed, 2 separate beds, Transverse bed, Alcove bed)
Please take care of Margo as though she is your own.
A late return will be charged at £10 per half hour, as it means either we have to delay our day waiting in for return, in order to facilitate drop off, or I have to pay my cleaner to stay longer. I’ve got three small children and having had to book everywhere for a day out at the moment ( due to covid ) and having had a few late returns from guests over August, it has meant we have missed our slot and therefore day out. Please leave arrive back at 10 to give yourselves chance to unpack, handover and clean margo before departure at 11
Third party liability + Comprehensive insurance
The security bond for this vehicle is $1,500. The bond will be refunded after your trip ended and needs to be authorized at least 2 days before your trip starts.
We did not manage to get the camper van's heating, loo, lights and water to work.
The system blew out cold air all night and then half way through the night started blowing air extremely loudly, like you were on a plane. It woke everybody up and my daughter was unsettled.
There is obviously a sequence of events that needs to happen to turn it on, although the owners did not think that to be the case. If you start it wrong, then the whole control panel just shuts down and you can't have another go.
I do feel that all the motorhome needs is detailed instructions on how to get started. I would strongly recommend that you ask for both written instructions and also a video to show how they make it work, right from plugging it in.