Our Bridgend location is ideally located for collecting a motorhome if you live or want to visit the following area's: Cardiff, Swansea and Wales reas. Alternatively if you are flying into Cardiff airport we are conveniently located just 35 minutes from Terminal.
The Bridgend motorhome hire depot offers secure parking for private vehicles and home to our own motorhome hire fleet use. The Bridgend motorhome hire depot is ideal for visitors requiring motorhome hire in Wales who simply need to hire motorhome for their motorhome holiday break.
Pet and dog friendly luxury motorhomes, all fully equipped for spring, summer, autumn and winter, motorhome hire holidays in Wales. Our Bridgend motorhome hire depot also provides secure customer parking and 24 hour technical support services.
Large, medium and small size luxury motorhome hire models that are ideal for family motorhome hire. Our range of modern Chausson Flash models are particularly well equipped for all motorhome or camper van hire in the Bridgend or Wales area.
We easily cater for all hire needs with our range of Chausson Flash models. visit us at the depot and we can show you round any of the motorhome models. We guarantee we won't be beaten on price!
Call Free on 0800 612 9418 For a No Obligation Quote or Book Online
Motorholme hire Ltd.
Bridgend Motorhome Hire Depot
Waterton Industrial Estate
Tel: 0845 519 5943
Visit by appointment only
From Cardiff Airport, Rhoose, Cardiff CF62 3BD, Continue to B4265, 3 min (0.5 mi), Drive along St Athan Rd, 12 min (6.7 mi), Continue to A48, 4 min (1.5 mi), Turn left onto A48, 6 min (4.9 mi). Drive to your destination in Bridgend, 5 min (1.9 mi), Horsefair Rd, Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend CF31 3YN
Bridgend, meaning "the end (or head) of the bridge on the Ogmore") is a town in Bridgend County Borough in Wales, 18 miles (29 km) west of the capital Cardiff and 20 miles (32 km) east of Swansea. The river crossed by the original bridge, which gave the town its name, is the River Ogmore, but the River Ewenny also passes to the south of the town.
Historically a part of Glamorgan, Bridgend has greatly expanded in size since the early 1980s – the 2001 census recorded a population of 39,429 for the town and the 2011 census reported that the Bridgend Local Authority had a population of 139,200 — up from 128,700 in 2001. This 8.2% increase was the largest increase in Wales except for Cardiff. The town is undergoing a redevelopment project, with the town centre mainly pedestrianised and ongoing works including Brackla Street Centre redevelopment to Bridgend Shopping Centre, Rhiw Car Park redevelopment, ongoing public realm improvements and the upgrade of the Bridgend Life Centre and demolition of Sunnyside offices to accommodate a large retirement complex.
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