‘Ey up . . . Welcome to Yorkshire Dales Campers, we are a family run business based in God’s own County of Yorkshire.
Wensleydale is our newly converted, spacious 2 berth campervan (can sleep 3 if the drive away awning is hired) which is pet friendly, easy to drive, a fully equipped kitchen, many extras as standard and separate toilet cubicle.
It’s for those who love the outdoors, with or without a furry friend, suitable for couples of any age, or a family of three. Those who wish to have short breaks, long weekends or even up to 2 weeks away, the campervan can accommodate!
We are located close enough for you to explore the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Cumbria & Lake District, Scotland, Northumberland and the Yorkshire Coast.
What a great idea… Getting married or celebrating a birthday, anniversary or just a perfect gift?
Our gift vouchers let you give a holiday but leaving the planning of the trip (finding the dates that work!) up to the recipient.
Ask loved ones for a Yorkshire Dales Campers gift voucher – then pool them all together to pay for a holiday away to create new memories.
Choose form £50, £100, £150, £250 and £500 vouchers.
Vouchers valid for 24 months.
The recipient’s will have the amount equivalent to the gift voucher(s) added as a credit for use towards any rental within the next 24 months.
Meet our campervan . . . a Ford Transit Trend, high roof (no need for fiddling around with a popup roof!) medium wheelbase (extra living space) which can carry up to 3 passengers (3 seatbelts). The campervan can sleep two people on a pull out bed inside the van and a 3rd persons sleeping capacity in the awning if you choose to hire it.
The advantage of the extra length van allows you movability when the bed is pulled out, giving easy access to the hob first thing in the morning to make a brew or to the loo cubicle if you get caught short in the middle of the night!
Two easy access points to the living area, either the sliding side door or the double back doors. There is an additional side access on the driver side to a storage compartment which is really very handy!
Unlimited mileage and fully comprehensive insurance for 2 drivers.
Breakdown and Recovery Assistance included.
Add the drive away air beam awning for just £25 per trip.
A Teppanyaki Grill is available for hire £10 per trip.
Portable Twin Grill – Charcoal BBQ available for hire £10 per trip.
Additional charge for one dog, £10 per trip.
A deposit of 50% of the total fee is required to secure the booking. (If short notice 10 days or less full payment is required.)
On collection of the van a seurity deposit of £1,000 for UK driving licence holders and £2,000 for international driving licences for insurance purposes is required (cleared transaction) and will be repaid on return of the campervan on completion of inspection.
All vans will be supplied with a full tank of fuel and must be returned with a full tank.
Everything you will need to enjoy a great get away is included within the campervan:
The Yorkshire Dales National Park encompasses 841 square miles and is home to outstanding scenery, great castles, abbeys and a breathtakingly peaceful atmosphere. The Yorkshire Dales are visited by around eight million tourists a year because of their stunning tranquillity and natural beauty, so come and enjoy the experience for yourself with the freedom of a campervan, this is living . . .
Check out the Yorkshire Dales National Park website for information on planning your visit, up and coming events and more on the magnificent Dales. The Park has recently been officially designated as an International Dark Sky Reserve.
Yorkshire Dales Campers have recently been recognised as an official Yorkshire Dales Dark Sky Friendly Business! There are some really dark spots in the National Park and camper vanning offers some of the best and unforgettable ways to see the stars!
Yarkshar – Yorkshire
Bootiful – Beautiful
‘Ow Do – Hello
Nah Then – Hello
‘Ey Up – Hello
Si’thi’ – Goodbye
T’ – To
Up Road – Down the Road
Nowt – Nothing
Tha’ – You
Tha’sen – Yourself
Duck – Term of endearment
Mashin’ – Making a cup of tea
Addled – Intoxicated
Got Face On – In a bad mood
Chuffin’ ‘Eck – Expressing surprise
Scran – Food
Breadcake – Bread roll
Dinner – Lunch
Tea – Dinner
Sarnie – A sandwich
Spice – Confectionary
Lad – A male
Lass – A female
Cadge – To borrow
Laiking – Playing, not working
Mardy – Upset/Angry