Press and Reader Reviews…
This very detailed and funny account of holidaying in a motorhome will be reassuringly familiar to fellow motorhomers. The ups and downs come as no surprise to us – I’m glad we’re not alone in taking wrong turns and making false starts! Lots of lovely historical detail too about places visited recently and in years gone by. And yes… we also share many of your crotchety gripes!
Hazel Jackson - Author of 'Europe in a Motorhome'
Nigel tells how his eventful holiday was with brutal honesty, as befitting an Engineer with integrity. Its scope is much broader than the motorhome holiday, though. Consequently, there is a rich source of knowledge with lessons to be learned. Read the book – it’s very different from the usual travelogue but more entertaining and instructive for those which would contemplate a motorhome holiday.
Thomas Peek - Amazon Customer
A thoroughly good enjoyable read. Well written easy to pick and read from where you left off. Great holiday book for when you get time to yourself moments. Good humour and informative at the same time. Good Do’s and Dont’s for anyone wanting to experience motor homing. Loved the part when they drove into the narrow streets. I could picture being there and there longing to get away from their predicament !
Colin Jarman - Amazon Customer
Some People Prefer Hotels Motorhome Novices tour Cornwall is about Nigel and Emm’s enthusiasm for a motorhome and the learning curve which goes with being a novice. With the trip at a final successful end, Nigel leaves the reader with a set of useful items he suggests you might need to survive your own trip. It’s a great slow paced tour of one of Britain’s most popular counties.
Rosie Amber - Author and Reviewer
Very witty and entertaining read. Ideal if you are thinking of buying a motor home – or new to it – since you get a first hand account of the ups and downs – along with some handy tips!
Jane Taylor, Dorset
I bought this book with the intention of putting it in the motorhome and reading it while away, then started to read it ‘just a few pages’ and then just had to carry on to the end. Id recommend it to anyone with a motorhome/travel interest. We intend to do the tour as in the book this summer visiting the many places mentioned. A great read.
An affectionate and intimate journey into some of the lesser and most well known parts of the UK. This alternative take offers both real insight and pure entertainment. An endearing read!
Jon Askill, Birmingham
Similar experiences as all of us “campers”. If you are considering a camper van or a caravan this book is essential reading, super!!
The author’s travel writing is well observed and his engaging motorhome experiences will ring true with many of our readers and other motorhomers.
Rob Ganley - EditorPractical Motorhome Magazine