Tracy Hall

Tracy Hall

Motorhome Depot Northern Ireland

20 Vehicles available through this Broker

star_border 2003 COMPASS AVANTGARDE 400RL MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Compass

Avantgarde 400 RL
£15,995
From £226.60pm*

  • Year: 2003
  • Ref: 228915
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 66,250
  • County: Down
star_border 2017 NV200 CAMPERVAN/MOTORHOME CONVERSION FOR SALE

Nissan

NV200
£16,995
From £240.76pm*

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 216500
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 31,500
  • County: Armagh
star_border 2004 TOYOTA ALPHARD CAMPERVAN/MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Toyota

Alphard Campervan
£16,995
From £240.76pm*

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 229897
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 63,162
  • County: Londonderry
star_border 2004 AUTO-SLEEPERS DORSET CAMPERVAN/MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Auto-Sleepers

Dorset
£17,995
From £254.93pm*

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 235056
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 68,822
  • County: Down
star_border 2003 DETHLEFFS GLOBETROTTER ADVANTAGE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Dethleffs

Globetrotter Advantage A6731
£22,495
From £318.68pm*

  • Year: 2003
  • Ref: 223109
  • Berth: 5
  • Mileage: 20,700
  • County: Londonderry
star_border 2004 AUTOCRUISE STARFIRE EK MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Autocruise

Starfire EK
£22,995
From £325.76pm*

  • Year: 2004
  • Ref: 216990
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 55,070
  • County: Londonderry
star_border 2006 ADRIA CORAL 680SL LOW PROFILE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Adria

Coral 680 Sl
£24,495
From £347.01pm*

  • Year: 2006
  • Ref: 217566
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 29,412
  • County: Antrim
star_border 2009 ADRIA VAN M CAMPERVAN FOR SALE

Adria

Van M
£24,995
From £354.10pm*

  • Year: 2009
  • Ref: 229802
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 56,800
  • County: Antrim
star_border 2010 PILOTE CITYVAN CV57 A-CLASS MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Pilote

Cityvan CV57
£29,995
From £424.93pm*

  • Year: 2010
  • Ref: 234142
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 25,628
  • County: Down
star_border 2010 ELDDIS AUTOQUEST 155 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Elddis

Autoquest 155
£29,995
From £424.93pm*

  • Year: 2010
  • Ref: 237378
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 33,062
  • County: Down
star_border 2009 CARADO 464 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Carado

A464
£31,995
From £453.26pm*

  • Year: 2009
  • Ref: 237912
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 19,000
  • County: Antrim
star_border 2020 FORD CUSTOM CAMPERVAN CONVERSION LWB FOR SALE

Ford

Transit Custom 300 limited
£34,995
From £495.76pm*

  • Year: 2020
  • Ref: 237102
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 36,951
  • County: Armagh
star_border 2006 DAMON DAYBREAK 3272 AMERICAN A-CLASS RV FOR SALE

Damon

Daybreak 3272
£39,995
From £483.27pm*

  • Year: 2006
  • Ref: 238360
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 30,809
  • County: Down
star_border 2014 ROLLER TEAM 746 COACHBUILT 6 BERTH MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Roller Team

746 150bhp
£42,500
From £513.54pm*

  • Year: 2014
  • Ref: 226340
  • Berth: 6
  • Mileage: 15,250
  • County: Londonderry
star_border 2017 AUTO-TRAIL TRIBUTE T-620 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Auto-Trail

Tribute T-620
£43,995
From £531.61pm*

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 235021
  • Berth: 5
  • Mileage: 22,955
  • County: Down
star_border 2009 A-CLASS HYMER B654CL MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Hymer

B654 CL
£46,995
From £567.86pm*

  • Year: 2009
  • Ref: 216252
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 24,700
  • County: Down
star_border 2019 BAILEY ALLIANCE 76-2 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Bailey

Alliance 76-2
£50,995
From £616.19pm*

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 235100
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 16,415
  • County: Antrim
star_border 2019 AUTO TRAIL APACHE 634 HI-LINE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Auto-Trail

Apache 634u Hi-Line
£54,995
From £664.52pm*

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 227819
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 15,000
  • County: Down
star_border 2012 NIESMANN + BISCHOFF ARTO 69E A CLASS MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Niesmann and Bischoff

Arto 69G
£54,995
From £664.52pm*

  • Year: 2012
  • Ref: 234738
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 35,183
  • County: Down
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star_border 2022 CHAUSSON TITANIUM 788 AUTOMATIC MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Chausson

788 Titanium Premium

  • Year: 2022
  • Ref: 231810
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 5,800
  • County: Antrim

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star_border 2007 NISSAN PRIMASTAR CAMPERVAN/MOTORHOME CONVERSION FOR SALE

Nissan

Primastar

  • Year: 2007
  • Ref: 216361
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 104,000
  • County: Antrim
Sold
star_border 2003 COMPASS AVANTGARDE 400 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Compass

Avantgarde 400 RL

  • Year: 2003
  • Ref: 230115
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 53,212
  • County: Antrim
Sold
star_border 2017 LEISUREDRIVE CONVERSION FORD CUSTOM CAMPERVAN FOR SALE

Ford

Transit Custom Leisuredrive

  • Year: 2017
  • Ref: 220384
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 46,758
  • County: Down
Sold
star_border 2008 RAPIDO 987F A-CLASS MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Rapido

987f

  • Year: 2008
  • Ref: 212712
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 72,212
  • County: Down
Sold
star_border 2019 VW CRAFTER CR35 TDI CAMPERVAN/MOTORHOME CONVERSION

Volkswagen

Crafter Campervan

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 165538
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 6,500
  • County: Down
Sold
star_border 2015 ROLLER TEAM AUTO-ROLLER 694 LOW PROFILE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Roller Team

Auto-Roller 694

  • Year: 2015
  • Ref: 221106
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 21,361
  • County: Tyrone
Sold
star_border 1997 CI GRANDUCA MOTORHOME FOR SALE

CI

Granduca

  • Year: 1997
  • Ref: 225413
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 68,817
  • County: Antrim
Sold
star_border 2003 BESSACARR E410 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Bessacarr

E410

  • Year: 2003
  • Ref: 229381
  • Berth: 2
  • Mileage: 81,059
  • County: Londonderry
Sold
star_border 2019 CHAUSSON WELCOME PREMIUM 630 LOW PROFILE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Chausson

Welcome 630

  • Year: 2019
  • Ref: 219067
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 8,203
  • County: Antrim
Sold
star_border 2013 BURSTNER IXEO IT 695 MIDNIGHT EDITION

Burstner

Ixeo IT695

  • Year: 2013
  • Ref: 216089
  • Berth: 4
  • Mileage: 23,200
  • County: Antrim
Sold
star_border 2009 ELDDIS AUTOQUEST 130 MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Elddis

Autoquest 130

  • Year: 2009
  • Ref: 226712
  • Berth: 5
  • Mileage: 21,000
  • County: Fermanagh
Sold
star_border 2008 HYMER ERIBA EMOTION 653 LOW PROFILE MOTORHOME FOR SALE

Hymer

Eriba Car Emotion 653

  • Year: 2008
  • Ref: 225664
  • Berth: 3
  • Mileage: 73,475
  • County: Down

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 Belfast, Derry, Lisburn, Newtownabbey, and Bangor.


Northern Ireland (Irish: Tuaisceart Éireann [ˈt̪ˠuəʃcəɾˠt̪ˠ ˈeːɾʲən̪ˠ] (About this soundlisten);[7] Ulster-Scots: Norlin Airlann) is a part of the United Kingdom that is variously described as a country, province, territory or region.[8][9][10][11][12] Located in the northeast of the island of Ireland, Northern Ireland shares a border to the south and west with the Republic of Ireland. In 2011, its population was 1,810,863,[3] constituting about 30% of the island's population and about 3% of the UK's population. The Northern Ireland Assembly (colloquially referred to as Stormont after its location), established by the Northern Ireland Act 1998, holds responsibility for a range of devolved policy matters, while other areas are reserved for the British government. Northern Ireland co-operates with the Republic of Ireland in several areas.[13]

Northern Ireland was created in 1921, when Ireland was partitioned by the Government of Ireland Act 1920, creating a devolved government for the six northeastern counties. The majority of Northern Ireland's population were unionists, who wanted to remain within the United Kingdom.[14] They were generally the Protestant descendants of colonists from Great Britain. Meanwhile, the majority in Southern Ireland (which became the Irish Free State in 1922), and a significant minority in Northern Ireland, were Irish nationalists and Catholics who wanted a united independent Ireland.[15][16][17][18] Today, the former generally see themselves as British and the latter generally see themselves as Irish, while a Northern Irish or Ulster identity is claimed by a large minority from all backgrounds.[19]

The creation of Northern Ireland was accompanied by violence both in defence of and against partition. During 1920–22, the capital Belfast saw major communal violence, mainly between Protestant unionist and Catholic nationalist civilians.[20] More than 500 were killed[21] and more than 10,000 became refugees, mostly Catholics.[22] In the following decades, Northern Ireland had an unbroken series of Unionist Party governments.[23] There was informal mutual segregation by both communities,[24] and the Unionist governments were accused of discrimination against the Irish nationalist and Catholic minority,[25] in what First Minister of Northern Ireland, David Trimble, called a "cold house" for Catholics.[26] In the late 1960s, a campaign to end discrimination against Catholics and nationalists was opposed by loyalists, who saw it as a republican front.[27] This unrest sparked the Troubles; a thirty-year conflict involving republican and loyalist paramilitaries and state forces, which claimed over 3,500 lives and injured 50,000 others.[28][29] The 1998 Good Friday Agreement was a major step in the peace process, including paramilitary disarmament and security normalisation, although sectarianism and segregation remain major social problems, and sporadic violence has continued.[30]

The economy of Northern Ireland was the most industrialised in Ireland at the time of Partition of Ireland, but declined as a result of the political and social turmoil of the Troubles.[31] Its economy has grown significantly since the late 1990s. The initial growth came from the "peace dividend" and increased trade with the Republic of Ireland, continuing with a significant increase in tourism, investment and business from around the world. Unemployment in Northern Ireland peaked at 17.2% in 1986, dropping to 6.1% for June–August 2014 and down by 1.2 percentage points over the year,[32] similar to the UK figure of 6.2%.[33]

Cultural links between Northern Ireland, the rest of Ireland, and the rest of the UK are complex, with Northern Ireland sharing both the culture of Ireland and the culture of the United Kingdom. In many sports, the island of Ireland fields a single team, with the Northern Ireland national football team being an exception to this. Northern Ireland competes separately at the Commonwealth Games, and people from Northern Ireland may compete for either Great Britain or Ireland at the Olympic Games.


Belfast (/ˈbɛlfæst/ BEL-fast, /-fɑːst/ -⁠fahst;[a] from Irish: Béal Feirste [bʲeːlˠ ˈfʲɛɾˠ(ə)ʃtʲə], meaning 'mouth of the sand-bank ford'[4]) is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, standing on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast. It is the 12th-largest city in the United Kingdom[5] and the second-largest in Ireland. It had a population of 345,418 in 2021.[2]

By the early 19th century, Belfast was a major port. It played an important role in the Industrial Revolution in Ireland, becoming briefly the biggest linen-producer in the world, earning it the nickname "Linenopolis".[6] By the time it was granted city status in 1888, it was a major centre of Irish linen production, tobacco-processing and rope-making. Shipbuilding was also a key industry; the Harland and Wolff shipyard, which built the RMS Titanic, was the world's largest shipyard.[7] Belfast as of 2019 has a major aerospace and missiles industry. Industrialisation, and the inward migration[8] it brought, made Belfast Northern Ireland's biggest city. Following the partition of Ireland in 1921, Belfast became the seat of government for Northern Ireland. Belfast's status as a global industrial centre ended in the decades after the Second World War. Belfast suffered greatly during the violence that accompanied the partition of Ireland, and especially during the more recent conflict known as the Troubles.

Belfast is still a port with commercial and industrial docks, including the Harland and Wolff shipyard, dominating the Belfast Lough shoreline. It is served by two airports: George Best Belfast City Airport, 3 miles (5 kilometres) from the city centre, and Belfast International Airport 15 miles (24 kilometres) west of the city. The Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) listed Belfast as a Gamma + global city in 2020.[9]

Belfast's population is evenly split between its Protestant and Catholic residents.[142] These two distinct cultural communities have both contributed significantly to the city's culture. Throughout the Troubles, Belfast artists continued to express themselves through poetry, art and music. In the period since the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, Belfast has begun a social, economic and cultural transformation giving it a growing international cultural reputation.[210] In 2003, Belfast had an unsuccessful bid for the 2008 European Capital of Culture. The bid was run by an independent company, Imagine Belfast, who boasted that it would "make Belfast the meeting place of Europe's legends, where the meaning of history and belief find a home and a sanctuary from caricature, parody and oblivion."[211] According to The Guardian the bid may have been undermined by the city's history and volatile politics.[212]

In 2004–05, art and cultural events in Belfast were attended by 1.8 million people (400,000 more than the previous year). The same year, 80,000 people participated in culture and other arts activities, twice as many as in 2003–04.[213] A combination of relative peace, international investment and an active promotion of arts and culture is attracting more tourists to Belfast than ever before. In 2004–05, 5.9 million people visited Belfast, a 10% increase from the previous year, and spent £262.5 million.[213]

The Ulster Orchestra, based in Belfast, is Northern Ireland's only full-time symphony orchestra and is well renowned in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1966, it has existed in its present form since 1981, when the BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra was disbanded.[214] The music school of Queen's University is responsible for arranging a notable series of lunchtime and evening concerts, often given by renowned musicians which are usually given in The Harty Room at the university (University Square).



Lisburn (/ˈlɪzbɜːrn, ˈlɪsbɜːrn/; from Irish: Lios na gCearrbhach[1] [ˌl̠ʲɪsˠ n̪ˠə ˈɟaːɾˠwəx]) is a city in Northern Ireland. It is 8 mi (13 km) southwest of Belfast city centre, on the River Lagan, which forms the boundary between County Antrim and County Down. First laid out in the 17th century by English and Welsh settlers, with the arrival of French Huguenots in the 18th century, the town developed as a global centre of the linen industry.

In 2002, as part of Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee celebrations, the predominantly unionist borough was granted city status alongside the largely nationalist town of Newry. With a population of 45,370 in the 2011 Census.[2] Lisburn was the third-largest city in Northern Ireland. In the 2016 reform of local government in Northern Ireland Lisburn was joined with the greater part of Castlereagh to form the Lisburn City and Castlereagh District with a combined population of over 130,000.[3]

The town was originally known as Lisnagarvy (also spelt Lisnagarvey or Lisnagarvagh) after the townland in which it formed. This is derived from Irish Lios na gCearrbhach 'ringfort of the gamesters/gamblers'.[4]

In the records, the name Lisburn appears to supersede Lisnagarvey around 1662.[5] One theory is that it comes from the Irish lios ('ringfort') and the Scots burn ('stream').[4] Some speculate that -burn refers to the burning of the town during the Irish Rebellion of 1641, but there is evidence of earlier use. An English soldier later recalled the rebels having entered the town of Lisnagarvy at "a place called Louzy Barne".[5][6] In the town's early days, there were possibly two ringforts: Lisnagarvy to the north and Lisburn to the south, and the latter may simply have been easier for the English settlers to pronounce.[5]

Related FAQs

I want to sell my motorhome. Where do I start?

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If you want to learn more about how we can sell your motorhome, the starting point is to have a chat with your friendly local Motorhome Depot broker. To do this, you can either call us on 01623 397888 or get your free motorhome valuation by clicking on the link below.

Can you help with motorhome insurance?

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We work with Caravan Guard to give our customers the best possible choices for motorhome and campervan insurance. This includes a free 14-day insurance period which enables you to drive your new motorhome away without any fuss. Go to our insurance page, or click on the link below to get your free motorhome insurance quote.

Can I get a warranty on a used motorhome?

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Yes, there are a range of warranty options out there for pre-owned motorhomes and campervans. Click here for more information and to purchase a warranty.

Is it really no sale, no fee?

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Yes, we really do operate on a no sale, no fee basis. We successfully sell the vast majority of motorhomes that we are asked to market, so why put people off by charging up-front fees?

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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