Neil Dalgliesh

Neil Dalgliesh

Motorhome Depot Carlisle

30 Vehicles available through this Broker

star_border Peugeot Expert Tepee -2 berth- Camper van for Sale

Peugeot

Expert Tepee
£19,995
From £283.26pm*

  • Year: 2016
  • Ref: 231720
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 38,497
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Toyota Alphard  - 2004 - 2  Berth - Campervan for Sale

Toyota

Alphard Campervan
£19,999
From £283.32pm*

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 226315
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 79,254
  • County: Roxburghshire
star_border Lunar HomeCar C55  -2007-  5  Berth - End Kitchen Motorhome for Sale

Lunar

Homecar C55
£22,999
From £325.82pm*

  • Year: 2007
  • Ref: 234407
  • Berth: 5
  • Mileage: 33,926
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Lunar Telstar GT -2008- 2  Berth - End Kitchen Motorhome for Sale

Lunar

Telstar GT
£23,975
From £339.65pm*

  • Year: 2008
  • Ref: 235716
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 48,430
  • County: Midlothian
star_border Renault Trafic -2015 – 4 Berth - Campervan for Sale

Renault

Trafic
£24,995
From £354.10pm*

  • Year: 2015
  • Ref: 229019
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 45,719
  • County: West Lothian
star_border AutoTrail  Apache 634L SE- 2007  - 4 Berth - Rear Lounge  - Motorhome for sale

Auto-Trail

Apache 634l
£24,999
From £354.15pm*

  • Year: 2007
  • Ref: 228323
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 25,778
  • County: Cumbria
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star_border Volkswagen T5  Camper - 2015  -4 Berth-  5 Travel Seats Camper Van for sale

Volkswagen

T5 Camper

  • Year: 2015
  • Ref: 230608
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 53,713
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Volkswagen T6 Camper 4 Berth 5 Travel Seats Rock and Roll Bed Camper Van

Volkswagen

Camper Van
£31,995
From £453.26pm*

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 230484
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 74,954
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Niesmann Bishchoff A-Class -2004- 4 berth rear fixed  beds motorhome for sale

Niesmann and Bischoff

Flair 7000i
£32,999
From £467.49pm*

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 224922
  • Berth: 5
  • Mileage: 67,148
  • County: Dumfriesshire
star_border Auto-sleepers Cotswold EB - 2012- 2 Berth- End Washroom - Motorhome for sale

Auto-Sleepers

Cotswold EB
£36,999
From £447.07pm*

  • Year: 2012
  • Ref: 226698
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 16,540
  • County: Cumbria
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star_border Hymer B674 SL - 2009 - 4 Berth - Rear Fixed Bed  - Motorhome for sale

Hymer

B 674 SL

  • Year: 2009
  • Ref: 227798
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 79,610
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Trigano Tribute 669 - 2014 - 4 Berth Campervan for Sale

Auto-Trail

Tribute 669
£37,995
From £459.11pm*

  • Year: 2014
  • Ref: 218859
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 54,835
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Bessacarr E462 - 2014 - 2 Berth- Rear Lounge Motorhome for Sale

Bessacarr

E462
£38,999
From £471.24pm*

  • Year: 2014
  • Ref: 226130
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 29,341
  • County: Cumbria
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star_border Chausson Flash C646  -2019- 6 Berth - Rear Bunk Beds - Motorhome for Sale

Chausson

Flash C646

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 226471
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 19,751
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Volkswagen T6.1  Highline  - 2020 - 4 Berth - Campervan for Sale

Volkswagen

T6.1 Highline
£42,999
From £519.57pm*

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 234349
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 51,417
  • County: Stirlingshire
star_border Pilote Reference G690 -2014 - 4 berth - End washroom - Motorhome for Sale

Pilote

Reference G 690
£46,999
From £567.90pm*

  • Year: 2014
  • Ref: 214073
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 16,895
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Ford Transit Custom Active -2022- 4 berth -Campervan for Sale

Ford

Transit Custom
£48,995
From £592.02pm*

  • Year: 2022
  • Ref: 238415
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 15,762
  • County: Lanarkshire
star_border Moto Trek Leisure Treka - 2021  -3  Berth- End lounge Campervan for-sale

Moto-Trek

Leisure-Treka ELD
£49,999
From £604.15pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 215747
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 2,872
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Sunlight V69- 2021- 2 Berth - Rear Island Bed - Motorhome  For Sale

Sunlight

V69
£52,999
From £640.40pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 226108
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 15,021
  • County: Cumbria
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star_border Bailey Autograph 79-4T - 2018- 4 Berth - Fixed Single Beds - Motorhome for sale

Bailey

Autograph 79-4 T

  • Year: 2018
  • Ref: 228564
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 9,815
  • County: Dumfriesshire
star_border Bailey Autograph 79-4T - 2017- 4 Berth - Fixed Single Beds - Motorhome for sale

Bailey

Autograph 79-4 T
£52,999
From £640.40pm*

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 226033
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 20,272
  • County: Cumbria
star_border AutoTrail Tribute F70 - 2020 - 4 Berth - Rear Fixed Bed - Motorhome for sale

Auto-Trail

Tribute F70
£53,995
From £652.44pm*

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 223110
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 9,925
  • County: Cumbria
star_border Elddis Encore 285 - 2021 -4-berth- - 2 fixed rear beds Motorhome for sale

Elddis

Encore 285
£57,995
From £700.77pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 225940
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 6,896
  • County: Midlothian
star_border AutoTrail F-Line  F70 - 2021 - 4 Berth - Rear Fixed Bed - Motorhome for sale

Auto-Trail

F-Line F70
£58,999
From £712.90pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 226699
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 17,120
  • County: Ayrshire
star_border Roller Team Auto-Roller  747- 2021- 6 Berth - Rear Lounge- Motorhome for Sale

Roller Team

Auto-Roller 747
£59,495
From £718.90pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 212251
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 24,115
  • County: Lanarkshire
star_border Bailey   Autograph 81-6 - 2021- 6 Berth - U shaped lounge Motorhome for Sale

Bailey

Autograph 81-6
£59,995
From £724.94pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 236909
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 12,495
  • County: Roxburghshire
star_border Burstner Lyseo Time 736  - 2020 - 3 Berth - Fixed rear bed - Motorhome for sale

Burstner

Lyseo Time 736
£62,999
From £761.24pm*

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 225944
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 8,742
  • County: East Lothian
star_border Etrusco I 6900 QB  - 2021 - 4 Berth - Fixed rear bed - Motorhome For Sale

Etrusco

I 6900 QB
£64,495
From £779.31pm*

  • Year: 2021
  • Ref: 234246
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 7,850
  • County: West Lothian
star_border Volkswagen Crafter - 2020 - 2  Berth - Rear fixed bed - Campervan for Sale

Volkswagen

Crafter Campervan
£74,999
From £906.24pm*

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 226866
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 40,043
  • County: Lanarkshire
star_border Burstner Elegance I920G   - 2022  - 4 Berth - Rear Island Bed Motorhome for Sale

Burstner

Elegance I920G
£159,995
From £1,933.27pm*

  • Year: 2022
  • Ref: 224992
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 7,645
  • County: Cumbria

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star_border Burstner Argos- 747-2 G - 2017-  Automatic-6-berth-luxury motorhome-for-sale

Burstner

Argos 747-2g

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 227170
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 33,278
  • County: West Lothian
Sold
star_border Auto-Trail Cheyenne 632 SE -2004 - 4 Berth-Fixed Rear Bed- Motorhome for Sale

Auto-Trail

Cheyenne 632 Se

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 219895
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 47,956
  • County: East Lothian
Sold
star_border Swift Kon -Tiki 635 -2019-6 Berth -Rear Fixed Bed Motorhome for sale

Swift

Kon-Tiki 635

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 223363
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 9,563
  • County: Dumfriesshire
Sold
star_border Hobby Optima V65 GE - 2018 - Fixed rear bed - Motorhome for sale

Hobby

Optima V65 GE

  • Year: 2018
  • Ref: 223581
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 12,519
  • County: Cumbria
Sold
star_border Roller Team T-Line 590  -2017- 4 Berth - Rear Washroom- Motorhome for Sale

Roller Team

T-Line 590

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 228975
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 34,452
  • County: Cumbria
Sold
star_border Adria Sun living Lido M45 SP -2016 -6 Berth- Rear Fixed Bed - Motorhome for sale

Adria

Sun Living Lido M45 SP

  • Year: 2016
  • Ref: 230562
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 28,052
  • County: Berwickshire
Sold
star_border Autocruise Startrail -2010 - 4 Berth - Rear Fixed Bed  - Motorhome for Sale

Autocruise

Startrail

  • Year: 2010
  • Ref: 233412
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 48,518
  • County: Dumfriesshire
Sold
star_border Timberland Endeavour - 2008 -2  Berth- End lounge Campervan for-sale

Timberland

Endeavour

  • Year: 2008
  • Ref: 218894
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 73,703
  • County: Midlothian
Sold
star_border Rimor Superbrig 687- 2006 -6 Berth - Fixed rear bed Motorhome for sale

Rimor

Superbrig 687 TC

  • Year: 2006
  • Ref: 220588
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 64,905
  • County: Lanarkshire
Sold
star_border Chausson 520 Premium  - 2020 - 4-berth- - Rear Washroom  Motorhome for sale

Chausson

520 Premium

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 225403
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 10,227
  • County: East Lothian
Sold
star_border Miller Alabama  -2004- 7 Berth - Rear Bunk Bed- Motorhome for Sale

Miller

Alabama

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 213507
  • Berth: 7
  • Mileage: 95,675
  • County: Midlothian
Sold
star_border Toyota Alphard  - 2007 - 2  Berth - Campervan for Sale

Toyota

Alphard

  • Year: 2007
  • Ref: 224625
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 62,504
  • County: Cumbria

Motorhomes For Sale Near Me

Looking to buy a motorhome in your local area? We are the local specialists and offer a wide range of motorhomes across a range of sizes and prices. We have motorhomes for sale in Egremont, Keswick, Cockermouth and Maryport. We offer campervans in Bothel, Aspatria, Wigton, Penrith and Alston. Check out our range of motorhomes in Brampton, Longtown, Gretna, Annan, Carlisle and Thursby.

Carlisle (/kɑːrˈlaɪl/ kar-LYLE, locally /ˈkɑːrlaɪl/ KAR-lyle;[1] from Cumbric: Caer Luel;[2][3] Scots: Cairel, Cairl, Caeril;[4][5] Scottish Gaelic: Cathair Luail[4]) is a border[6][7] city and the county town of Cumbria, as well as the administrative centre of the City of Carlisle district in North West England. Carlisle is located 8 miles (13 km) south of the Scottish border[8] at the confluence of the rivers Eden, Caldew and Petteril. It is the largest settlement in the county of Cumbria and serves as the administrative centre for both Carlisle City Council and Cumbria County Council. Carlisle is also in the historic county of Cumberland. At the time of the 2001 census, the population of Carlisle was 71,773, with 100,734 living in the wider city. Ten years later, at the 2011 census, the city's population had risen to 75,306, with 107,524 in the wider city.[9]

The early history of Carlisle is marked by its status as a Roman settlement, established to serve the forts on Hadrian's Wall.[10] During the Middle Ages, because of its proximity to the Kingdom of Scotland, Carlisle became an important military stronghold; Carlisle Castle, still relatively intact, was built in 1092 by William Rufus, and once served as a prison for Mary, Queen of Scots in 1568. The castle now houses the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment and the Border Regiment Museum. In the early 12th century, Henry I allowed the foundation of a priory in Carlisle. The town gained the status of a city, when its diocese was formed in 1133 and the priory became Carlisle Cathedral.

The introduction of textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution began a process of socioeconomic transformation in Carlisle, which developed into a densely populated mill town. This, combined with its strategic position, allowed for the development of Carlisle as an important railway town, with seven railway companies sharing Carlisle railway station.

Nicknamed the Great Border City,[11] Carlisle today is the main cultural, commercial and industrial centre in the Borderlands. It is home to the main campuses of the University of Cumbria and a variety of museums and heritage centres.


Egremont is a small market town, which has held a market charter since 1267. It has a wide main street, overlooked by the remains of a Norman Castle.

Egremont Castle was built about 1130. and stands on a mound above the River Ehen. The ditches are well preserved. Part of the wall and the gatehouse are in a reasonable state of repair. The massive wall at the end of the outer bailey was part of the Great Hall. Lowes Court Gallery shows a wide range of paintings, prints and craft work. There are monthly exhibitions of new and established artists. The Gallery is also the Tourist Information Centre providing local information and an accommodation booking service. St Michael & St Mary’s Church, a minor gem of Victorian gothic architecture, was built in the Early English style in 1881, to a design by T.L Banks of Whitehaven, replacing an earlier church on the same site. Opposite Lowes Court Gallery are two sculptures by Colin Telfer commemorating the towns history of iron ore mining. They are made from a mixture of iron ore dust from the nearby Florence Mine, and resin. About a mile south of the town is Florence Mine which was the last working iron ore mine in Europe, and part of the rich mining history of West Cumbria. Now disused, the Florence Iron Ore Mine houses the Florence Arts Centre – a multipurpose arts centre and a hub for the arts in West Cumbria with a Gallery, exhibition spaces, an auditorium and a small café.

Throughout the year the centre holds a wide range of activities including art and craft workshops, live music gigs, film screenings, theatre, stand-up comedy and more. There is also a small studio onsite where the Florence Paintmakers are using the raw iron ore pigment from the mine to make artists’ materials including watercolours, oil paints, pastels etc in their bespoke colour ‘Egremont Red’. The centre is open 10am to 4pm every day from Wednesday to Sunday, and in the evening for events.


Cockermouth is one of only 51 towns in Great Britain designated as a ‘Gem’ town and is, therefore, recommended for preservation by the state as part of our national heritage.

Lying just outside the boundary of the Lake District National Park, Cockermouth is an attractive market town not overwhelmed by the tourist atmosphere of Keswick and Ambleside. The National Park boundary encircles nearly the whole eastern side of the town. Cockermouth grew up at the confluence of the two most important rivers in the area. Here the River Cocker, flowing out of the lakes Buttermere, Crummock and Loweswater, meets the River Derwent on its journey from Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite lakes to the sea at Workington.

Loweswater, Crummock Water and Buttermere, beautiful gem-like small lakes, are located between 7 and 11 miles from Cockermouth. Bassenthwaite Lake is just 6 miles and Derwentwater is 13 miles. All easily accessible for day trips. The Romans built the fort of Deventio at Papcastle, about a mile from the present town, at a meeting place of roads from Maryport, Carlisle and Penrith. The settlement is one of the largest Romano-British settlements ever found in northern England and was unearthed during the 2009 floods.

A programme of archaeological research was undertaken in the area around Cockermouth and Papcastle, focusing on Roman activity related to the Roman fort of Derventio and the Derwent river valley. Project was called ‘Discovering Derventio’ and ran from July 2012 for 3 years.

Cockermouth Castle was built in the 13th century, but little of that remains because of the efforts of Robert the Bruce. The majority of today’s ruins date from 1360 to 1370, though there have been some modern additions. The castle is privately owned, and not normally open to the public. Tours are often available during the Cockermouth Festival in July.

Quarrying and mining for lead and iron were later developments outside the town. Today’s visitors are attracted by the town’s calm, its nearness to some of the more peaceful lakes and mountains, and the fact that Dorothy and William Wordsworth were born here. The large Georgian house in the Main Street where they were born, is now in the care of the National Trust.

Another famous son of Cockermouth was Fletcher Christian, the man who led the mutiny on ‘The Bounty’. He was born about a mile from the town at Eaglesfield in 1764, and attended the same school as Wordsworth. John Dalton, born in 1766 also at Eaglesfield, was one of the most brilliant scientists of his age, and was the originator of the atomic theory.


The modern town of Maryport was the creation of the Senhouse family in the 18th century, who developed the small fishing village into a coal port. It has an aquarium, maritime museum, Roman museum and The Wave Arts and Sports centre. Like Whitehaven, it was a planned town with terraces of cottages built on a grid system, with employment centering on coal mining and ship building. The history of the town can be explored at the Maritime Museum, the Senhouse Roman Museum, and in the harbour area. The Lake District Coast Aquarium is on the harbour. The Wave Maryport is an entertainment, conference, and community centre in the heart of Maryport’s historic harbour area. Maryport was the site of a Roman port, built to complement the harbour at Ravenglass to the south. A nearby fort, dating from the 5th century, was one of a series of fortifications constructed by the Romans in this area. Many of the Roman remains are now in the Senhouse Roman Museum, once a Royal Naval Reserve Station.


Aspatria, [the place of St Patrick’s ash tree’], is a small town in the north west of Cumbria, between Maryport and Wigton. There has been a settlement here for over 3000 years, and it lies on the route of a busy Roman road. The town is best known for its church of St Kentigern. An avenue of yew trees leads to the site where a Norman church once stood. It was demolished to build the larger stone St Kentigern, in 1846-48 in the Early English style. In Aspatria there is a large Creamery. The first creamery acquired by the Milk Marketing Board in 1934, Aspatria is Dairy Crest’s most northerly manufacturing site producing up to 80 tonnes of cheese per day, including mild, medium and mature cheddar, as well as Double Gloucester.


Penrith was once the capital of Cumbria. The attractive town is the hub of the Eden Valley. It is now an important shopping centre, with a good mix of traditional shops and sophisticated arcades. Leading off Penrith’s main streets are many old yard entrances with interesting inscriptions on the lintels.

A large town acting as a regional centre for the eastern Lake District, Penrith lies just outside the National Park. The nearest lake is Ullswater. Just 6 miles to the south-west this is the Lake District’s second largest lake and offers a variety of watersports and other outdoor activities.

Penrith was once the capital of Cumbria. The attractive town is the hub of the Eden Valley. It is now an important shopping centre, with a good mix of traditional shops and sophisticated arcades. Leading off Penrith’s main streets are many old yard entrances with interesting inscriptions on the lintels.

A large town acting as a regional centre for the eastern Lake District, Penrith lies just outside the National Park. The nearest lake is Ullswater. Just 6 miles to the south-west this is the Lake District’s second largest lake and offers a variety of watersports and other outdoor activities.

Penrith has a rich history. Previously its position on the strategic route to and from Scotland resulted, since Roman times, in its development as a military centre.

It was in the 9th and 10th centuries that the town became the capital of Cumbria – a semi-dependent state which, until 1070 AD formed part of the Kingdom of Scotland and Strathclyde. The two oldest streets, Burrowgate and Sandgate, date from the 13th Century.

The imposing ruins of Penrith Castle have an intriguing past. It was begun in 1399, when a stone wall was added to an earlier pele tower. The castle was improved and added to over the next 70 years, becoming a royal fortress for Richard, Duke of Gloucester. The Normans built Brougham Castle, and a substantial part of the castle remains today.


A legendary giant and King of All Cumbria, is said to be buried in the giant’s grave in St Andrew’s Churchyard. The four hogback stones surrounding the grave are said to represent wild boar he killed in nearby Inglewood Forest. The Penrith Museum and Tourist Information Centre are housed in the former Robinson’s School, an Elizabethan building which was altered in 1670 and used as a school until the early 1970’s. The recently refurbished museum covers the history, geology and archaeology of the Penrith area.

High above the town, on top of Beacon Hill, is Penrith Beacon, a monument built in 1719, on a spot where beacons have been lit in times of war and emergency since the time of Henry VIII. You can walk up to the beacon, and from there get a magnificent view on a clear day across the Eden Valley to the hills of Lakeland.

Penrith railway station is close to the centre of Penrith, and directly opposite the ruins of Penrith Castle.


Brampton, with a population of some 4,300, is built of local sandstone and situated in a hollow formed by glacial action which took place during the ice-age. In the centre of the town is the octagonal Moot Hall, built in 1817, with an external staircase to its upper entrance, pointed windows and a square turret. The building now houses the Tourist Information Centre. East of the town is an exceptionally large motte, about 135 feet high. On it is a statue of the 7th Earl of Carlisle. St Martin’s Church is famous as the only church designed by the Pre-Raphaelite architect Philip Webb, and contains one of the most exquisite sets of stained glass windows designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, and executed in the William Morris studio. The Old Parish Church, on the outskirts of the town, was built from stone from Hadrian’s Wall, and was in use until 1878, when the new church replaced it. Only the Chancel now remains. Talkin Tarn Country Park lies two miles south-east of Brampton on the B6413 Castle Carrock road. There is a 65 acre lake set amid 120 acres of farmland and woodland. The tarn is an ideal place for active recreation or a quiet stroll through the mature woodlands. About two miles south of Brampton is Gelt Woods, a delightful walk, and also an RSPB nature reserve. In the woods is a rock with an inscription carved by a Roman soldier in the 3rd Century. Hadrian’s Wall is the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain. It stretches seventy-three miles from Wallsend near Newcastle, across the neck of England to the Solway in North West Cumbria. Within Cumbria are Banks Turret, near Brampton, and Birdoswald Roman Fort, a few miles away. To the East is Lanercost Priory, founded about 1166 by Henry II in 1166. When completed in 1220, canons came from the priory in Norfolk, and remained for some 370 years until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536, by Henry VIII. Brampton railway station is on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, serving the town of Brampton. The station is located about a mile southeast of the town, near the village of Milton. In former times a short branch line ran from the station into Brampton town centre. This line closed in 1923, and the route turned into a public footpath.


Longtown is situated on the English/Scottish border, three miles from Gretna Green and six from Carlisle. Longtown has a turbulent history that is very interesting when explored. It has a population of about 3000. Unlike many towns, which grew from smaller villages or settlements, Longtown was planned and built in the late 18th century, by the local landowners, the Grahams of Netherby. Dr Robert Graham laid out the town with the wide tree-lined streets you see today. He established the Graham Arms as a coaching inn to cater for travellers and mail from Edinburgh across the toll bridge. Regular passengers on the coach south were Esk salmon. On the north bank of the River Esk is the site of the largest sheep market in England. Cattle are also auctioned here. Longtown is a very good location for tourists looking at border history. There is a great deal of history around Longtown, which lies at the heart of the “Debatable Lands” and is close to the location of the Battle of the Solway Moss. Arthuret Church, which is on the outskirts of Longtown, dates from 1150. It was originally served by the monks of Jedbergh. The present Church, dedicated to St Michael and All Angels was built in 1609 in a late Gothic style. The site of Arthuret parish church is strongly linked to the legend of King Arthur!

Near Arthuret Church lies the site of the famous 1542 Battle of Solway Moss, fought between the Scottish and the English armies. James V had defeated the English at Haddon Rig in August 1542 and then decided to invade England with approximately 10,000 men. Sir Thomas Wharton, with only 3000 English, met him at Solway Moss.


Gretna is a planned town built during the First World War while nearby Gretna Green is famous for being the marriage capital of the UK.

The town of Gretna was built during the First World War to provide homes for 30,000 employees of a munitions factory that was the biggest in the world - an incredible nine miles long! Learn the story of the factory at The Devil's Porridge in Eastriggs, an exhibition named after the nickname given to the explosives made at the factory.

Gretna Green is famous for marriages with around 5,000 couples tying the knot here and in Gretna every year. Historically it was to Gretna Green that young English runaway couples eloped so that they could be married ‘over the anvil’ from the age of 16. Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop, where couples have come to marry since 1754, is still here.

Both locations have shopping and eating out facilities.

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What is the process for selling my motorhome with Motorhome Depot?

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All you have to do is contact us - we do the rest. Your local broker will come and see you and take a full description and lots of photos of your motorhome. They will then list your motorhome for sale, deal with all of the enquiries that come in and put forward any offers. When an offer is accepted, we will manage the financial transaction. All you have to do is hand over the keys once you have cleared funds in your bank account!

Where will you advertise my motorhome for sale?

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Motorhome Depot advertises the motorhomes it has for sale across a wider range of motorhome sales websites than anyone else. Your motorhome will be listed on this website and other leading motorhome sales websites such as Autotrader. If someone is looking to buy a motorhome like yours, we will make sure they find it!

Will you deal with the buyers for me?

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Yes, we will deal with all interested parties on your behalf. Firstly, we make sure they have full details about your motorhome before coming to see it. We don't encourage time wasters and it's why most of our motorhomes sell on the first or second viewing. All offers for your motorhome will come through us and we will do all of the negotiating for you to get an acceptable price. Finally, we manage the financial transaction on your behalf to make sure it is secure and you release the keys only when you have cleared funds in your bank account.

How do I get paid for my motorhome and is payment secure?

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With the rise of fraud in the private motorhome sales market, this is an important question. We take payment from the buyer into our clients' account, which is unique to Buy My Motorhome and is protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to £85,000. We make sure the payment is genuine and the funds have cleared. We then pay you. But you release the keys only once you have the cleared funds in your bank account.

When do I release the keys to my motorhome when it is sold?

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You release the keys to your motorhome only when you have the cleared funds for payment in full in your bank account.

Do you provide finance to purchase a motorhome?

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Yes, our provider of motorhome finance offers various finance solutions to cover a wide range of prices and personal situations. Go to our finance page, or click on the link below for more information.

Can you help with my part-exchange motorhome?

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If you have a motorhome or caravan that you want to part-exchange or sell, we can help you with that. Simply go to the part-exchange page or click on the link below to get started.

Who do I deal with?

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Motorhome Depot has a national network of motorhome brokers. Just like an estate agent, the local broker lists the motorhomes in their area. This means they have inspected them, taken full details and many pictures. When you enquire about a motorhome or campervan, you will be speaking to the broker. They will tell you all you need to know about the vehicle and send you additional pictures, if required, before you go to view it.

Are there any up front costs?

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No, there are no up front costs if you ask Motorhome Depot to sell your motorhome. We inspect, list and advertise your motorhome free of charge.

So, where does Motorhome Depot make its money?

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Motorhome Depot operates in exactly the same way as most brokerage businesses do. We make a small margin on each transaction which is the differential in price between buyer and seller. We get paid only when we successfully sell your motorhome and it is entirely up to you what price you wish to accept. Just like an estate agent, our role is to put forward offers and negotiate on your behalf until you receive an offer you are happy to accept.

How do I arrange to view a motorhome?

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When you contact us to arrange a viewing, you will speak with the local broker who listed the motorhome. They will give you all of the information you need and make an appointment to view for you.

Do your motorhomes have history checks?

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All of the motorhomes that our brokers sell have had history checks to verify ownership and all of the other things that a history check shows.

How do I make an offer on a motorhome?

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To make an offer on a motorhome, simply speak to the broker. They will put forward your offer to the owner and conduct all negotiations on your behalf.

How do I make payment for my motorhome?

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You simply pay us the agreed amount and we pass on payment to the motorhome owner.

Is the financial transaction secure?

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Yes, this is the most secure way to purchase a privately-sold motorhome. Your payment goes into our clients' account. We then pay the owner who is bound by the terms of their contract. In addition to these financial and contractual safeguards, you must remember that our relationship with our seller clients eliminates the widespread problem of fraud in private motorhome sales. We have been to our client's home, spent time with them, physically checked the motorhome, carried out a history check and established a personal relationship. No fraudster would invite this level of scrutiny, so you can be sure that all of the motorhomes we offer are genuine.

Do many people use Motorhome Depot to sell their motorhomes?

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Yes, Motorhome Depot sells thousands of motorhomes a year on behalf of their owners. When the alternatives are to try and sell privately yourself, or accept a trade price offer from a dealer, it isn't hard to see why our no sale, no fee service is so popular.

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