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You can’t afford to miss our latest issue as we reveal the best British campsites and the top used motorhomes and dealers – don’t settle for anything less

Get set for 2017 with your free copy of our brand-new Top 100 Sites Guide!

These are the best campsites in the UK right now as voted for by you. Make this your go-to guide when planning holidays in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, to help you make the most of every trip.

We’ve even listed our top 10 sites for motorhomes on page 112. Discover your new favourite site today when you pick up your free guide, only with the May 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome – it’s on sale now!

What are the best used motorhomes?

And here’s another reason not to miss our latest issue – it features part two of our 2017 Owner Satisfaction Awards results.

And this time we are focusing on used motorhomes bought since January 2013. Grab our latest magazine for six pages of in-depth analysis of our results, including the best- and worst-performing manufacturers, dealers and base vehicles.

In short, if you’re looking at the used motorhomes for sale pages considering your next purchase, don’t part with any money before reading this!

Fancy a French-bed for less?

If you’ve now got an appetite for buying a pre-owned ’van, turn to page 114 of our May 2017 issue where Nick Harding throws the spotlight on three secondhand models, all with French-bed layouts.

Or how about a used Hymer motorhome? Check out our guide to buying a 1986-1995 Hymer B500 series on pages 120 and 121.

And for something completely different, read how one enthusiastic motorcaravanner turned a former police van into a camper van perfect for his kayaking holidays!

Terrific two-berth temptations

Of course, we’ve also got a trio of new motorhome reviews in our brand-new magazine.

We start with the La Strada Regent L, as the German brand returns to the UK with Webbs Motor Caravans.

Also take a look at the Elddis Accordo 120. This two-berth coachbuilt with a generous end lounge, a sub-6m length and a price that just slips under the £40,000 mark could be an appealing option for couples.

And then there’s an impressive, end-washroom Frankia. This two-berth A-class is a very luxurious prospect for touring twosomes, packed with style and clever features. See it in our May magazine.

Head to the Highlands!

Last, but by no means least, you can always count on Practical Motorhome for some holiday inspiration. Follow Anne and David Dean as they visit Scotland’s Black Isle peninsula for a 12-day tour.

Or see what Chrissie and Geoff Crowther discovered as they walked in the footsteps of St Cuthbert, travelling between Melrose and Lindisfarne.

But if ‘getting away from it all’ isn’t what you want, we’ve also hand-picked 10 top sites for visiting some of the UK’s best-loved towns and cities. Featuring Bath, York, Edinburgh, Colchester and more, turn to page 44 and start planning your next trip!

So make sure you get your hands on the May 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome – buy it in the shops or online with free first class delivery (in the UK).

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