Online Booking Notes

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The LandCruise Motorhome Hire online booking system is currently open to British drivers wanting to travel in Britain in 2020/2021. In 2021 Landcruise will have 60 motorhomes on its fleet. Each motorhome is allocated a day of the week for collection and return. You can now book online for blocks of 7 nights. Search results show the day you specify plus the day before and the after. If you do not immediately find what you are looking for, try moving your preferred date a little bit forward or back.

If you would like a quotation for a different period, please contact us via the Quotation Form.

Online Booking Notes

Pick up and return location: Chichester, West Sussex

Deposit required:             £250 per 7 nights

Balance required              6 weeks prior to departure

The hire rate quoted includes breakdown cover and excludes diesel.

CDW (Collision Damage Waiver) costs £18 per day (Minimum £90/Maximum £252). Further information can be found at: https://landcruise.uk.com/news/collision-damage-waiver/

£1 per mile charge above the mileage limit.

Driver Age: 25 to 75 (23 to 24 and 76 to 79 at an additional cost and excess)

Insurance surcharge for points on licence ranging from £2.50 per day for SP30 to £12 per day for DR10.

For our full terms and conditions please see https://landcruise.uk.com/booking-terms/.

Free on-site parking available for one car.  Car left at owner’s risk.

Cancellation

Our Current Cancellation Policy: Deposit and future balance payment are non-refundable, but we are currently taking bookings on a transferable (if necessary due to Covid-19 lockdown in England) basis.

If you hire for an event and the event is cancelled or postponed, I am afraid we cannot offer a refund or be able to transfer your hire to another date.

European Travel and International Visitors

To reduce the number of cancellations in these uncertain times, we have suspended hiring motorhomes for travel outside of Mainland Britain. We have also temporarily suspended hires to those living outside of Mainland Britain.