Poll: Where did you go on your first motorhome holiday?

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  1. Julia Boon says:

    My first trip in my new motor-home was to tour Scotland.I left Yorkshire and traveled up the west coast as far as the Isle of Skye. Went all the way around and then east to Edinburgh and returned down the east coast. I covered 1250 miles stopping on sites and free camping sometimes (when there were other people about.) I traveled on little known roads some of which were VERY narrow. The courtesy I had from other road users (both large and small) was amazing. Now this could have been because I was female – driving a rather large motor-home!!!

  2. Roger Jones says:

    Experienced a Britstops, staying in a welsh forest wonderful scenery and then chaos on flooded roads around Glastonbury. All worked well but some scary driving moments and thinking I am really going to write off £xx grand on first trip.

  3. Mark Harrison says:

    Holiday was part of the try to buy the motorhome

  4. Roger Scott says:

    Been back every year since. Highly recommended for that real get-away from it all experience.

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