Lizzie Pope
Digital Editor

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Cornwall is just the beginning as we share a host of amazing motorhome holidays to inspire you, from Polperro to Patagonia – don’t miss our new issue!

We’re touring far and wide in the brand-new June 2017 edition of Practical Motorhomeon sale now! But let’s start with our Cornish cover feature.

Inspired by author Daphne du Maurier, our Bryony headed off to visit Cornwall in our long-term Auto-Sleeper Fairford to enjoy the stunning vistas of Bodmin Moor.

Then she was drawn to the coast, to explore Polperro and Looe, following in the footsteps of smugglers and stopping at every opportunity to drink in the dramatic sea views.

Ready to discover some treasure of your own? Don’t delay! Grab our June magazine today.

Tour Cheshire and Sussex

But we’re not done there! Also this month, we’re off to the Cheshire Plain, as Jos Simon goes on a tour of adventure close to home.

Well, so often we miss the gems right on our doorstep, but as he packs his Bürstner, Jos is determined to not make that mistake!

Taking in Jodrell Bank, Knutsford and historic Chester, he’s keen to return soon for more.

Plus, we have a new series for you. Called ‘County Counsel’, every month we’ll share our top tips for places to pitch and things to do in a particular county. And this month, it’s Sussex! Turn to page 38 for inspiration.

Ready for the holiday of a lifetime?

Then we’re truly getting adventurous, as in the first part of an occasional series, we bring you a selection of awe-inspiring, once-in-a-lifetime motorhome holidays.

The intrepid James Marr embarks on an epic trip from Argentina to Alaska in a four-wheel-drive Toyota Land Cruiser ’van. Head to page 54 for jaw-dropping views and much more!

And keep on reading, as this is followed by Ken Sanders’ inspirational tour of the remote wilderness that is South America’s Patagonia. Sea lions, elephant seals, flamingos and cave paintings all feature in this fascinating article.

Then Alf Anderson hires a motorhome and heads to British Columbia for a spot of skiing. Joined by friend James, away from the slopes they explore the region’s towns and are captivated by the amazing views.

Moto-Trek and Bailey motorhome reviews

Of course, as always, we’ve also got some brand-new motorhome reviews for you.

Our Editor Niall checks out the Bailey Autograph 79-4. This four-berth has a rear, in-line island bed, a central offside washroom opposite the kitchen, and a front lounge.

Powered by a 160bhp engine and with kit including a roll-out canopy awning, Alde heating, a solar panel and an external barbecue point, turn to page 72 and see if this is the ’van for you.

Then, Practical Motorhome’s Peter Baber reviews the Moto-Trek X-Cite EB. This end-washroom, low-profile ’van features a slide-out that creates a generous living space. Could this two-berth tick all your boxes?

Plus, we have expert advice to help you load your motorhome safely and we put a host of multimeters to the test.

Get all this and lots more, including top technical advice and used ’van buying tips, in our June 2017 magazine, on sale now!

Can’t find it in the shops? Click here to buy online, with free first-class postage in the UK.

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