THE 2014 TOURING season is well and truly under way and here at Practical Motorhome, we want to ensure that this year is your best year yet – so you won’t want to miss our newest show on the Motorhome Channel!
Are you in the market for a new motorhome? Be sure to tune in to our latest show as Practical Motorhome’s Editor Niall Hampton gives the re-vamped, British designed and made RS Endeavour a once-over, to see what £138,000 buys you – quite a lot, you’d hope! Indeed, as Niall reports, this is a very spacious motorhome with excellent headroom, very smart, high quality, luxury fittings and a rear island bed. Tune in for his full, expert review of this UK built ‘van. You can watch the show on Freesat 401, on Sky 212 or live online.
But that’s not all. Our Niall is also reviewing the Hymer Exsis-i 578 A-class Motorhome from the legendary German manufacturer in this latest edition of our show on the Motorhome Channel. If you don’t like skimping on style or creature comforts, this could be the ‘van for you – and Niall should know, having spent several nights in one on a European tour a few months ago. It’ll set you back just under £70,000 – watch our TV show to see what you get for your money.
In this episode, we are also bringing you something a little different. For the ultimate in luxury for both human and horse – yes, you read that right – Andy Harris samples a motorhome based on a Scania truck that will provide palatial comfort for up to four people and your four-legged friend. And, you can catch up with the latest instalment from Andy’s US adventures on his fly-drive motorhome hire holiday in Florida.
Back in the UK, Practical Motorhome’s very own Clare Kelly packs her bags into an Auto-Sleeper Kingham and hits the road for a tour of leafy Surrey. Join her as she visits campsites and takes in the sights – maybe it will inspire your 2014 touring?
The Motorhome Channel
Practical Motorhome works with Information TV to produce these TV shows and this episode will be broadcast between Monday 14 April 2014 and Sunday 27 April 2014 at these times on these days:
- Monday at 8.30pm
- Wednesday at 5.30pm
- Friday at 6pm
- Saturday at 11am
- Sunday at 4.30pm
We hope you tune in and enjoy the show.