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13 offers for your holiday in Dublin
Rainbow 2 Berth

Just go3.9(15 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Rainbow 2 Berth +8
Immediately available
2 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,064.00 / £147.43 per night
Mystery 4

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Mystery 4 +1
Immediately available
4 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
AC
Shower/WC
£2,615.00 / £186.79 per night
Mystery 2

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Mystery 2 +1
Immediately available
2 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
AC
Shower/WC
£2,736.00 / £195.43 per night
Pathfinder 4 Berth

Just go3.9(15 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Pathfinder 4 Berth +8
Immediately available
4 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,825.00 / £201.79 per night
Vista Plus

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Vista Plus +7
Immediately available
4 adults
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,836.00 / £202.57 per night
Europa

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Europa +9
Immediately available
4 adults
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,836.00 / £202.57 per night
Traveller

Apollo4.1(30 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Traveller +7
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,836.00 / £202.57 per night
Traveller Plus

Apollo4.1(30 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Traveller Plus +11
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,836.00 / £202.57 per night
Mystery 6

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Mystery 6
Immediately available
6 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
AC
Shower/WC
£2,865.00 / £204.64 per night
Aero Plus

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Aero Plus +10
Immediately available
2 adults
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,979.00 / £212.79 per night
Duo Plus

Apollo4.1(30 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Duo Plus +11
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,979.00 / £212.79 per night
Grande

Bunk Campers5(2 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Grande +9
Immediately available
6 adults
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited miles
4 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£3,015.00 / £215.36 per night
Voyager

Apollo4.1(30 Reviews)5 mi. from Dublin

Voyager +11
Immediately available
6 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£3,015.00 / £215.36 per night
All pickup stations in Ireland

The Emerald Isle is a beautiful place to explore, and one of the best ways to do this is on the road in a campervan or motorhome. Many well-maintained driving routes take you up the coasts and help you get an authentic feel for the real Ireland. There are dramatic rock formations, lots of rolling green hills and meadows, attractive little villages and towns, and the locals you meet along the way will be friendly and full of chat.

Ireland is the home of Guinness and the world’s oldest distillery, where you can still have a dram of whiskey. Whether you are interested in hiking, golfing, exploring the different coasts or are just looking to travel to the Giant’s Causeway and back, we are sure you will have a magical time on the Emerald Isle.

If you want to save money when you book a campervan for hire in Ireland, consider booking through our price comparison tool at CamperDays. We work with all the best local firms to ensure our customers have the best deals on motorhome rental in Ireland.

Coast in Ireland
Apollo
Blacksheep Van
Bunk Campers
Just go Motorhome
McRent Holding GmbH
roadsurfer
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Helpful tips for your holiday in Ireland

The best time to rent a campervan in Ireland is from April to October to avoid the worst weather. It’s not called the Emerald Isle for nothing. It’s so lush and green because it experiences a lot of rainfall.

  • Outdoor activitites
    Outdoor activitites

    The best time to do outdoor activities in Ireland is between April and June. The temperatures are higher than earlier in the year, but since it's not peak season yet, it's less crowded and more affordable.

  • Sightseeing
    Sightseeing

    If you are interested in sightseeing outside the bigger cities and towns, you should hire a campervan in Ireland from March to May or September to November. During those periods, it will be less crowded.

  • Coastal drives
    Coastal drives

    If it’s the coast you are interested in exploring when you rent a motorhome in Ireland, the best time is between April and June.

Campervan offers for couples in Ireland

For a romantic trip for two exploring Ireland and other cities nearby, a smaller motorhome is just right. Discover our selection of vehicles for two people and explore together.

Mystery 2
Mystery 2
2 adultskitchen
Details
Aero Plus
Aero Plus
pets allowed2 beds2 adults
Details
Duo Plus
Duo Plus
2 beds2 adultskitchen
Details

Campervan offers for families in Ireland

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in Ireland, we recommend a large motorhome. Alcove models are very popular with families with children, as the motorhomes are spacious and have several sleeping and seating areas.

Vista Plus
Vista Plus
pets allowed2 beds4 adults
Details
Europa
Europa
pets allowed2 beds4 adults
Details
Grande
Grande
pets allowed4 beds6 adults
Details

Campervan offers for dog owners in Ireland

Whether it's a campervan or a classic motorhome, there are now several rental companies in Ireland that allow pets in their vehicles. In the CamperDays search, you can easily search for suitable offers using the "Pets allowed" filter.

Vista Plus
Vista Plus
pets allowed2 beds4 adults
Details
Aero Plus
Aero Plus
pets allowed2 beds2 adults
Details
Grande
Grande
pets allowed4 beds6 adults
Details

Best campervan routes around Ireland

The Wild Atlantic Way
When you have a motorhome for hire in Ireland and want to go on a long drive, one of the best options is the world’s longest coastal touring route – The Wild Atlantic Way. This route involves 2,500km of roads that offer a stunning view of the diverse scenery of Ireland, from dramatic coastlines to wild landscapes and rugged seascapes. The stretch of roads passes through nine different countries – Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork. One word of caution when driving along any section of this route is that as the roads are pretty narrow and the winds can be rough, you need to drive a little slower and plan accordingly because there will be many points where you are behind cattle, horse and carts, tractors and cyclists.

The Causeway Coastal Route
If you are planning to head north during your trip when you rent a campervan in Ireland, one route you should consider taking is the Causeway Coastal Route. This route starts in Belfast City and finishes in Derry. It follows the dramatic and beautiful coast of Northern Ireland through the nine stunning Glens of Antrim to reach the legendary Giant’s Causeway. Completing this route takes around 3 to 5 days, covering 185km properly. You can stop off at spots like Murlough Bay, the Torr Head Scenic Rout, and many beaches along the way to the Causeway.

Traffic Rules in Ireland

Traffic rules with a motorhome
  • You always drive on the left-hand side of the road in Ireland

  • Give way to vehicles from the right and turn left on entering a roundabout

  • Speed limits are measured in kilometres/hour, not miles an hour

  • Unless otherwise stated, the speed limit is 50km/hr when driving in built-up areas, 80km/hr on local and regional roads, 100km/hr on all national highways and 120km/hr driving on motorways. You should always look for signs indicating the speed because you could be fined 80 euros on the spot and given three penalty points on your licence.

  • The traffic light sequence is slightly different in Ireland compared to other European countries. Red means stop, and immediately after the red light is Green, which means go. However, the Amber light comes on before the red to warn drivers to stop unless they can safely do so.

Places of interest and excursions in Ireland

Glendalough Valley, County Wicklow
One great place to visit for a unique experience when you book a motorhome for hire in Ireland is Glendalough Valley in County Wicklow. The park is located in Wicklow Mountains National Park, which features glacial lakes that can be strolled around and a 6th-century monastic settlement that can be explored. The visitor centre is excellent, and guided tours are available if you want to learn more as you explore.

The Ring of Kerry, County Kerry
If you are in County Kerry or at any point during your trip when you hire a campervan in Ireland, you should go to The Ring of Kerry. You can take a horse and cart tour or explore the National Park and Lakes of Killarney independently. Skellig Michael is popular with Star Wars fans. In Episodes VII and VIII, it was used as the location of Luke Skywalker’s Sanctuary on the distant planet of Ahch-To.

Giant’s Causeway, Antrim
It is a dramatic natural beauty site with around 40,000 basalt columns that all interlock. Many are hexagonal. It is a place of myth and legend and the filming location for films like Hellboy II and Your Highness, as well as the television series Game of Thrones. UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland national nature reserve. 

The Cliffs of Moher
The best campsites

Campsites in Ireland and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Ulster/Virginia
    Lough Ramor Caravan & Camping Park
  • Leinster/Bennettsbridge
  • Leinster/Rathdrum
    Hidden Valley Caravan and Camping Park
  • Leinster/Kilkenny
  • Leinster/Dublin
  • Leinster/Wicklow
FAQ
  • Like anywhere else, various factors can affect the price of a motorhome rental in Ireland. Where you are going, when you are going, the company you choose to hire through, the length of your trip, and the size of the vehicle all come into play. However, the average cost of campervan hire in Ireland is around 141.13 euros a day based on an average trip duration of 25 days.

  • Unfortunately, it is not permitted to sleep anywhere in a motorhome or campervan in the UK or Ireland. However, it is tolerated when you take a common-sense approach and remove any trace of your being there.

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