Dub Dub and Away
East Dulwich, London SE22
020 8816 8888
With a collection of authentic 70s VWs restored back to their former glory, Dub Dub and Away in South East London are the go-to guys for classic campervan hire. Exactly as they were in the 1970's but with a few minor tweaks to make them more comfortable, Honey, Sunny, Moneypenny and (arriving April 2016) Poppy are kitted throughout with everything you need for a retro road trip around the UK. These Early Bay VWs are cool and classic without looking ostentatious on the road and decades on are just as practical for camping as ever. Dub Dub and Away also boast the perfect pick up point for Londoners and those in the South East. Insurance for first named driver and RAC cover included on all vans.
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We also provide a Chauffeur Wedding Service inside the M25 area.
The first van to join the fleet, this 1970 burnt orange and ivory Early Bay VW has a pop top for extra space. Complete with the original Devon Interior which sleeps 2 comfortably on a high level bed and 2 more in the supplied awning, Honey stands out in the crowd. The kitchen area features a 2 ring hob with grill and all the utensils and crockery you'll need, while right hand drive ensures the vehicle's appropriate for UK roads. Modern additions include a bluetooth enabled CD player with i-pod connection.
Moneypenny is a stunning 1971 Devon moonraker Early Bay VW. She easily sleeps 4 inside (2 adults and 2 children) and comes with the original interior with a sink, a 2 ring hob and a grill, plus all the utensils and crockery you'll need. The pop-top rood ensures added space and right hand side driving makes it the perfect classic VW for UK roads. Modern additions include a bluetooth enabled CD player with i-pod connection.
This 1972 Devon Moonraker, sleeps 2 adults and 2 children (up to 14 years of age), with the original interior featuring a sink, 2 ring hob and a grill. The newest addition to the fleet, Poppy arrived in rather a sorry state and and has been beautifully brought lovingly back to life with the same interior layout as Moneypenny and fresh paint work on the outside. Modern additions include a bluetooth enabled CD player that accepts i-pods and USB sticks.
The second van to join the Dub Dub and Away fleet, this 1971 sunshine yellow Early Bay VW features an Australian interior – a tin, rather than wood, design to deter termites! This original decor includes a small kitchen area with a sink and 2 ring hob plus a small grill. A right-hand drive vehicle for UK roads, Sunny sleeps 4 comfortably inside and 2 more in a supplied awning. Modern additions include a bluetooth enabled CD player that accepts i-pods and USB sticks.