Camplify Want You To Meet The Owners

Loading the player ...

Camplify Want You To Meet The Owners

Thursday, 14, Jun 2018 01:02

By William Coleman

When I first took over the CaravanTimes news desk one of the first things I reported was the UK launch for a brand new peer to peer touring vehicle renting service. The company was being dubbed "The AirBNB" for the caravan world. Now they want you to meet the people you will rent from.

So if you want a traditional motorhome or caravan or if you want something bespoke and spectacular Camplify are the guys to deliver the goods.

As part of the service you meet the people who are renting you the touring accommodation. This way you know exactly who you are dealing with.

So if you have not bought a caravan or motorhome but want to take a touring holiday try this service. Camplify is the perfect way to try before you buy.

For more on the Camplify team you can read our previous article and visit them directly online Camplify UK.

Related stories

Holiday Park Boss Insists On Fair Wages For Staff

Under paying workers in the touring industry

Fair pay is something we all deserve no matter what industry your in. It seems as though, from what I have read, that a lot of the workers that make our industry so special are often very poorly paid. Is this a trend in the industry or just a few random cases?

Travelworld Gains Prestigious Award

2018 is going to be a massive year for Travelworld

When it comes to receiving accolades and awards there is no doubt that the touring industry pull out all the stops to ensure they deliver the best to in turn receive the best. Now Travelworld have been awarded most prestigious accolade from the parent group of the brands it represents and will be rebranding the dealership and the business as 'ERWIN HYMER CENTER - Travelworld'

Why Diesel Is Not A Dirty Word When Buying A Motorhome

Travelworld MD gives us the low down on diesel engines

Recently CaravanTimes spoke to Ross Edwards, Managing Director of Travelworld, who wanted to share his thoughts on the diesel engine and why they are not as bad as some people may think. The below article comes directly from the man himself.

Keep Calm And Keep Blooming This Summer

Trophy triumph: Green-fingered Kim Hodson-Walker (right) with the park's Michael Holgate and Ellen Cartwright

Cumbria's Holgates Holiday Parks have returned from the North West in Bloom awards with a whole bunch of floral and conservation accolades. The six-strong group scooped no fewer than nine top prizes in the annual competition which saw hundreds of businesses and communities take part from across the region.

Bailey Of Bristol Bristanbul Documentary Part 2

Crossing the Bosphorus on the #Bristanbul Tour

Part 2 of the the Bailey Bristanbul Tour, or leg 2 as we were calling it during the tour, may have been more epic than the first. It was on part 2 of the tour where we ran into the majority of the issues that occurred during the 21 day intercontinental journey.

Motorhome Company Goes Bust Costing Customers Thousands

Be careful who you do business with

For a lot of us our motorhomes, campers and caravans are our pride and joy. They are our escape from life and our main form of holiday relaxation. So to have a trusted company go under and leave you financially out of pocket and without a touring home is a nightmare come true.

Elddis 2019 Season Factory Tour Open Day

The annual Elddis Open Weekend is almost here!

This September Elddis are giving the general public the chance to visit them at their HQ and see the hard work and innovative techniques that go into making their world class caravans and motorhomes. So make the most of this unique opportunity and go on the Elddis Factory Tour

The Bailey Of Bristol Phoenix Product Launch

What does the all new Bailey Phoenix range have in store for 2019?

Last week we had to privilege of being invited to the 2019 Bailey of Bristol's largest ever product launch at Stanton House in Swindon. This year's launch exclusively featured the all new Bailey Phoenix range. And lets just say that what we say made brings a whole new meaning to the term 'entry level'

The 3 Peaks Challenge With The Marquis Randger Part 2

1 mountain down 2 to go with the Randger

In our previous 3 Peaks installment we saw Dan and Tom, of CaravanTimes, tackle Ben Nevis while a certain Martin Dorey ferried them from country to country and kept them fed and watered. In part 2 we will see different opinions from behind the wheel giving thoughts on the Randger and then ticking another 2 more countries off of the list.

Meet The Renters With Camplify

You've met the owners so now its time to meet the renters with Camplify

Camplify are more than just a "try before you buy" service. It is the new way to book a staycation holiday. The weather in the UK during spring and summer is good enough to use your holiday time in the UK and there is so much to do in the UK during the winter that you do not necessarily need to go abroad.

Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.

In pictures: testing the new Auto-Trail V-Line Sport 635 to the extreme

Caravan Times' Favourite Adventure Couple, Simon & Faye, CHeck out the new Autotrail V-line

This weekend however, we decided to test out how sporty the Auto-Trail V-Line Sport 635 really is.

PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.