Kip Nugget – Young Ford Nugget camper van

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  • Class Family
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Sleeps Sleeps 5
  • Seats 5 Seats
  • Jie Yong Jie Yong

This motorhome offers flexible cancellation conditions if you cannot travel due to Covid restrictions.


The Motorhome

  • Make: Westfalia
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Type: Family
  • Seats: 5
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • First Registration: 2020
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Required Driver License: B

Description

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We bought this van from June 2020 second-hand with not a lot of kilometers on the clock. It is a young motorhome, so it was fully inspected in May 2021 when it was purchased.

We chose a Westfalia Ford Nugget because it is easy to drive and has enough room for our family of 5 (three daughters currently 10, 12 and 14) for both driving and sleeping. The top bed is 13cm wider than that of a Volkswagen, which makes it possible to let my three (fairly slender) daughters sleep there. My kids don't need it anymore, but there is also a fall protection upstairs so accidentally falling out does not happen.

We also like the layout with the "3-room concept". The kitchen is separate from the sitting/sleeping area(s) and if we want to cook we don't have to put everything aside there. Of course it's not like our kitchen island at home, but with the rack where many of our sauces and such are ready, it's easy to make a quick lunch if that restaurant on the beach turns out not to be open after all. You can easily store food for a few days in the 40 liter fridge. We generally have enough of our camper pan set and omnia oven, but you can of course also bring your own pan set.

The nugget is 2.07 high and just under 5 meters long which makes maneuvering and parking in small French seaside towns almost as easy as in a regular passenger car, especially with the reversing camera. For navigation you do need a phone with Android Auto or Apple Carplay (there is a universal holder). With a cable, the navigation is shown on the screen in the car and you can just listen to Spotify while you drive. There are several USB and 12v connections throughout the car. There are also two 230 volt plugs, but they only work if you are connected to fixed power. The four different interior lamps and refrigerator always work, of course.

There is also a porta potti for when you really need it and there are mosquito screens for the side and back. If you go to some cooler regions you can turn on the heating (works on the diesel from the fuel tank). The porta potti is normally hidden in the space in front of it under the wardrobe, so you only see it when you need it. There is also a shower head that you can connect, but this is really only suitable for rinsing off after a day at the beach.

When we stay somewhere longer, we set up our small camper tent. It is just big enough for the table in the tailgate and the easy-to-assemble camping chairs. Packed up, the tent is compact enough to sit under the three-seater sofa and gives a layer of extra privacy and so we don't have to convert the sofa bed every time (which is fairly easy on sight, by the way).

There is a bicycle carrier for 2 bicycles on the tailgate. We don't use it very often ourselves, but it's there. There is also a tow bar, so if you have a carrier for more bicycles, you can probably place it on it.

In addition to these things, there is of course also an electricity cable (with a standard plug adapter), a hose to top up water, ramps, starting aid and a shovel. You also get at least half a bottle of gas with you. That depends on who you ask good for about 20-25 hours cooking on a burner.

Of course it goes for everything that if you don't need it, you can leave the tent, porta potti, etc, with us so that you have more space for your own luggage.

If you want to drive straight away to your holiday destination with us, we live on a square in a Vinex neighborhood with free parking, where it has never happened in our 12 years of living that there was no parking space. If you prefer to leave your car inside, there is an underground garage (unguarded) a 3-minute drive away where you can also leave your car for free.


Amenities

  • Airconditioning home area
  • Awning
  • Bike carrier
  • Camping table and chairs
  • Gas cylinder
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Linens
  • Refrigerator
  • Shower
  • Solar panel
  • Toilet
  • TV
  • TV receiver
  • Airconditioning in cabin
  • Cruise Control
  • GPS
  • Power Steering
  • Reversing camera
  • Roof rack
  • Towbar

Insurances

  • Motorhome Insurance: Included
  • Security Deposit: €1,000.00
  • Breakdown Cover: International
  • Replacement Vehicle: International

Available in the booking process, from £14.80 per day you can reduce your deposit and deductible to £150.


Pricing

  • Weekly mileage limit: 950 mi
  • Price per extra mile: €0.15
  • Cleaning Fee: €0.00
  • Long Trip Discount
    - Bookings longer than 1 week: 10%
    - Bookings longer than 2 weeks: 12%
    - Bookings longer than 3 weeks: 15%

Cancellation Policy


House Rules

  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Pets Allowed: Please enquire
  • Going Abroad Allowed: Yes
  • Wintersport Allowed: Please enquire
  • Festivals Allowed: Please enquire
  • Minimum Age Restriction: 21 years

Have fun with the camper, because that's what it is for, but do a bit of normal use.

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Availability

  • Pickup Time: 3:00 PM
  • Return Time: 12:00 PM
  • 4 nights minimum

1 Review

Uitstekende camper! Heel netjes en verzorgd.. August 2021