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Practical Motorhome

May 2019

Practical Motorhome is your definitive guide to motorhome holiday lifestyle. Inside you'll find travel features, product reviews, advice and columns to bring essential information to experienced motorhome owners and potential buyers. We have just the right mix of enthusiasm and true authoritative content, delivering an exciting, aspirational and informative approach to motor caravanning.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Future Publishing Ltd
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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largs, ayrshire

WHY TOUR HERE? Largs lies at the beginning of what becomes the Firth of Clyde, and just across the water, the Western Highlands and Islands start appearing before you. There’s only one ferry from here, to the island of Great Cumbrae. But you can watch the yachts sailing among the seagulls, or admire the statue of Magnus the Viking, put up in 2013 on the harbour front to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the Battle of Largs, when the Scots saw off the Vikings for good. Best of all, just down the seafront from here is the art deco Nardini’s ice cream parlour, now a Scottish institution. WHAT MOTORHOME? Rockin Vans VW T6 conversion…

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an urgent matter…

Do out-of-the-way campsites really need to insist on having fob or code entry to their facilities block? I wanted to write to you to air a particular bugbear of mine, which is caravan parks that still insist on using codes and/or fobs for toilet blocks on their sites.I know many motorhomes nowadays come with their own washrooms and toilets – even my van conversion has one. But I often use this area to store my fishing gear, and in any case sometimes you just want to take advantage of the comfort you get in a toilet block.I have to admit that my memory nowadays isn’t as good as it was! All too often I get to the block only to realise that I have forgotten the fob…

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motorhomes are best, wherever you go!

I’ve just returned from an extraordinary trip to Norway’s Arctic Circle region, where I was fortunate enough to have the chance to help Hobby winter-test some of its new motorhomes.It was the trip of a lifetime in one of the most beautiful – but harsh – areas of the world. I’ve just about thawed out, and you can read about my exploits in the next issue, but it got me thinking about how ’vans take us to the greatest places.As I type this, Brexit negotiations were ongoing, with little sign of any resolution. Whatever the result, we can only hope it doesn’t become harder to enjoy the very best of our beloved pastime.This month, though, we’re celebrating the many wonderful attractions on our shores. Why go to Europe when…

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5 things we’ve talked about most this month...

1 READY FOR TOP 100 Most of our past month has been taken up getting our Top 100 Sites Guide to press – hard work, but we’re pleased with the result. Let us know what you think! 2 SHOW STARS We’ve also been busy at the NEC Show – lots to see, including the launch of the VW Grand California. You’ll find our show report on p80. 3 WIN £1200 OF KIT! We’ve joined forces with Outwell to offer one lucky reader a chance to win an awning and kit worth almost £1200! See p13. 4 BEST OF BRITAIN We celebrate the best of Britain this month, and our travel section is led by Peter’s story of a winter trip to…

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win with milenco!

The writer of our Star Letter wins a pair of Milenco Quattro Levelling Ramps worth £40. They’re twice as high as many plastic levels, with a high-grip leading edge, and can be mounted back-to-back for levelling tag-axle ’vans. Visit www.milenco.comfor details and retailers.…

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i spied...

Editor Sarah spotted this beautiful 1973 Ford Transit-based Dormobile Freeway at a Sunday Scramble event at Bicester Heritage. This particular model, looking almost like new, was built as a one-off promotional vehicle and has covered fewer than 30,000 miles. “It was absolutely pristine inside, too,” said Sarah. Spotted an interesting ’van while on the road? Send us a photo, along with details of where you saw it, to talk@practicalmotorhome.com – it could be printed in the magazine!…

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