About this listing
This sightseeing "castle" will cruise through the beauty of New Zealand creating your very own enduring tales. Camelot sleeping areas include a large king size bed above the cab, a comfy queen sized bed at the back of the camper and a single bed on the couch. Camelot has seat belts for four people, two of which are side facing. Camelot is fully self contained with a separate shower, vanity and toilet and you can even put the shower nozzle out the window useful for the beach! For your convenience Camelot has a fridge, sink, 4 hob gas burner, microwave, grill and air extraction unit. For chilly mornings next to beautiful scenery there is gas heating and an electric heating/cooling system for use if you are plugged in. There are even heated front seats to be nice and toasty when you are driving. The camper is powered by two additional batteries that are charged through solar power, electricity or whilst driving. The front passenger seat swivels to face the rear for when you have friends over or you can enjoy the outside table and 4 chairs.
Camelot is a diesel and is manual and I would prefer whoever is hiring to be comfortable driving a manual and feel they can handle a 6.7 metre vehicle with some confidence. You don't need any additional licenses.
Optional extras: Camelot has a bike rack and I have a selection of bikes that we could negotiate renting, with optional paneers. I also have spare tennis rackets, boogie boards and other sporting equipment available. I also may be able to negotiate an extra nights accommodation at my house either before or after your trip if needed. My home is around 5 minutes drive from the airport and is placed in a large estate with a spa pool and tennis court. If able I can pick you up from the airport.
I am protective of my "darling" and it would be good if you would message me at the same time as making a booking in regard to whom is in your group, I am also available to discuss hiring by phone.
I know you would enjoy adventuring in "Camelot" as much as I do!!
* notice the campervan doesn’t have an awning included the awning is the easiest part to break in a motor home and any big wind can break it. I find they generally aren’t worth the issues when you’re touring as they’re likely to cost you the excess.
Not to be driven on metal/shingle roads except for parking and camp access, No smoking in the motor home, No music festivals - Pick up and drop off in Christchurch.