With the rising costs of everything from food to heating, luxury items are less of a focus for Britons right now. However, after the last couple of years, a holiday is still high on the list of priorities for some much-needed R & R.
Travel experts are currently advising that holiday prices are set to sky-rocket, making your next holiday far more expensive than it would have been pre-2020.
As a result, people are looking for clever alternatives. Enter; the motorhome. Increasingly innovative and luxurious, motorhomes are becoming a surprisingly affordable option when weighed against the traditional excursion to warmer climes.
The average two-week holiday to Tenerife each August for two adults and one child, was likely to set you back around £2,000-£3,000. That totals £10,000-£15,000 over five years (and that's before
the expected rise in costs).
A motorhome, meanwhile, holds its price surprisingly well and provides countless holidays during that time. So, while the price tag on a motorhome you’re looking at may seem high, the actual money spent over the time you own it should be the focal point.
The cash you recuperate at the end of the five years is likely to be a large percentage of what you originally paid for your motorhome, making the actual money you spent on your holidays much more affordable. What's more, purchase on finance
and you can leave the “rainy day” cash in your bank.
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