Camplify Want You To Meet The Owners

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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.

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