Are you looking for some ideas to convert your RV vehicle into a quirky contemporary space? At Camplify we have many campervan conversions and quirky caravans to give van owners inspiration… and to help van renters find their perfect vehicle.
Below are just some of our best caravan and campervan conversions – read on and get inspired!
This gorgeous motorhome is called Rambo as it’s “a van for action and adventurers”. The one-of-a-kind interior has been lovingly and creatively hand-converted with upclaimed and recycled additions. There are velvet curtains, sheepskin rugs and a handmade woodburner, plus a hot shower, a roomy roof rack for kayaks and canoes, and lots of lights and lamps for a cosy feel.
Owner Dave says you won’t find a vehicle like this anywhere else – he bought it as a wooden shell and painstakingly kitted it out to become this lovely and warm tourer. Although it’s only 11ft in length, it fits six people at night in a king size bed on top, a double underneath and two singles down the side.
Cosy, quirky, rare… book this 1960s vintage van for a comfortable stay in a vehicle that’s a talking point on all sites the owners bring it to. It comes with a large seating area that opens out to a double bed; seating areas at the front which can make a double bed or two singles, separated from the rest of the interior; and a fully equipped kitchen area with a dinner service, pans, kettle, toaster and microwave.
An awning or sun canopy can be provided along with outdoor furniture, windbreaker and groundsheet at an extra cost.
Already garnering first class reviews on its Camplify listing, the Funbus is a luxury motorhome in a class of its own. It’s been fully kitted out to include a master bedroom (ensuite), two other double beds and a roomy living area. And lots more: check out the full listing to see just how this converted space works as a full home away from home.
Cute campervan Beatrice, also known as Bettie or Betts, is a converted Ford Transit fully kitted out for two adults. There’s a “very comfortable” double bed, an oven, sinks and hobs, a fridge and an eco shower inside, and racks for bikes on the back outside. Bettie even comes equipped with tea, coffee and milk so you can start your trip fully refreshed.
You can hire out static caravans on Camplify too – why not raise your annual pitch fees by letting people live for a while in your holiday park caravan? Get inspiration on fitting it out from Fisherman’s Rest at Walcombe in Devon, a nautically themed static caravan sleeping up to six people in three bedrooms and a double sofa bed in the lounge. The static is centrally heated and has a full size kitchen, two comfy sofas and a shower room. A decking area with dining space is outside.
Another pretty static caravan, Foxes Den is sited near Llandrindod Wells in Powys, Mid and West Wales. It’s in chalet style with a well equipped kitchen, a dining area and a sitting room with fire. A private decked area with countryside views is outside.
Bonnie the Campervan in Edinburgh is a VW T6 campervan with a professionally fitted bespoke interior. Bonnie’s facilities include luxury leather seats, heated captain chairs, mood lighting, a fridge/freezer, shower attachment and mod cons such as Bluetooth and USB ports.
Check out this converted horse box – Lola La Lorry is a beautifully styled conversion for off-grid living, designed for escapes to a simpler life without giving up home comforts. She has three berths and for a small extra cost can bring a five-metre bell tent with her for additional sleeping space.
Have a glamping holiday with a difference in this lovely blue Teardrop, based near Huddersfield in West Yorkshire. The top of the range conversion includes sleeping space for two adults; a rear kitchen area with a two burner hob, big fridge freezer, sink, storage space, pots, pans, plates and utensils; a TV/DVD player; five under floor storage compartments; and an inflatable awning for use at the Teardrop’s rear or side.
“Daisy is stunningly beautiful and gets attention wherever she goes,” says the proud owner of this smartly converted Windrush manufactured in 1972. She has a pretty interior design and professional upholstery; flowers and wine can be added too before your arrival.
Come and stay in Blossom, a VW Westfalia campervan manufactured in 1974. She still has her original features and interior, with some subtle modern facilities such as electric hook-up, Sony sound system and an extra leisure battery added. Also on board are a cooler fridge, cookware and utensils; a gas bottle and a hook-up lead – you’ll get complimentary tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, milk, scones, clotted cream and jam on arrival too.
A bus in her previous life, Priscilla has now been converted into a cosy and convenient campervan with four berths. She has a fixed bed at the back and seating space folding down to two additional beds. Priscilla also has a full kitchen with a gas oven, grill and hob, microwave and hot water; central heating; a TV; and a toilet area with sink and vanity unit.
Claude has been converted by his owners to be a modern van for off-grid living. Based near Preston, he comes with multiple USB charging points, a fridge freezer and a 3000w inverter for mains power even when not on hook-up. There’s also a drive away awning providing three extra rooms for storage or additional sleeping.
Claude’s owner Richard is a keen fly fisherman and can offer advice on good fishing places in the Lake District, Scotland and around the North Yorkshire Moors.
Described by her owners as “lovingly restored”, Ava is a smart and modern caravan that can sleep four people inside and an additional two people in the optional awning. Full bedding is supplied for the main beds and sleeping bags for children.
Also in West Sussex, Agatha the VW near Hove and Brighton is a 2013 converted T5 campervan with new slimline furniture to give more room for a bigger, more comfortable bed. There’s lots of storage space and an inflatable awning for extra room. Agatha’s facilities include a large fridge, a TV and DVD player and crockery and cutlery provided.
This lovely little custom built campervan has been hand-crafted to fit a solid double bed and a kitchen with a dual gas hob and sink, connected to a water tank and powered by a 12v water pump. The campervan also comes with solar panels and gas central heating.
Heidi is a luxurious and fully equipped converted shepherd’s hut with her own wood burner. She’s a static in a woodland setting with other glamping cabins, on a park with lots of additional facilities including an indoor heated pool, a shop and a clubhouse.
Heidi comes with a double bed, shower and toilet, bedding, towels, utensils, pots and pans. A fire pit/barbecue is also included.
Our final campervan conversion is the ultra modern Barbra based near Buckinghamshire’s Bourne End. Her stylish features include black and white detailing; a double bed; a cooker, sink and coolbox; a shower and even a PlayStation.