It’s such a dilemma when buying a gift for someone who owns a campervan or motorhome. We are always searching for the perfect present and no matter how long you spend trawling the net you still have no idea of how well it will be received. we do have one solid bit of advice on this matter which is that motorhome owners just love gadgets!
The first holiday in your new motorhome or campervan is coming up and the excitement is almost too much to bear. Keep the experience stress free and extremely enjoyable by following AnchorPoint and Burstner’s top camping tips. No unexpected surprises, just sheer campervan enjoyment and motorhome bliss.
There are many cookbooks out there, but as you may already be aware, cooking in a campervan is a whole new experience, with limited space, storage and cooking facilities. Choose from these 3 camping cuisine books and gone are the days of beans on toast. For two ring campervan cooking and BBQ recipes that are both nutritious and bursting with flavour, here are or top picks.
It’s not surprising that we are often asked about motorhome covers, especially as we approach winter. What a lot of people don’t realise, is that overtime an inferior grade motorhome cover can cause more damage than no cover at all. There are several reasons for this and it's all to do the the material used and the making of the covers.
An awning is a fantastic accessory to have in any motorhome, it can be used all year round for weather protection from the searing sun to pelting rain. In addition to acting as a protective barrier it defines your outside space and ultimately allows you to spend more time outdoors with the added benefit of protecting your interior from damaging sun rays and providing extra shade.
Is your motorhome prepared for winter? Good drain down is essential for motorhomes during the winter months to avoid freezing water causing irreversible damage through bursting water pipes, tanks etc. So just a few minutes of your time now could save you thousands of euros. This article is put together by Richard Ferris and is based on the experiences of hundreds of motorhomers over many years.
Many uphostery fabrics are treated with a stain protection coating but are still subjected to daily living, which means they can still get dirty. Usually if you tend to a spillage straight away, it's a simple matter of wiping the area clean. However, some spills may need particular attention.