Broonhilda has a 2.4 litre petrol engine and has a five speed manual gearbox; electric windows, electric sunroof, and power assisted steering. As she is a converted people carrier she is as easy to drive and park as a large car. She is perfect for negotiating our highland single-track roads but will happily cruise on the motorway. She is also easy to park in a multi-story car park. She is a rear wheel drive vehicle. As standard she has a CD/FM stereo with an Auxiliary jack.
She is a two-berth converted campervan first registered in 1996. She has all the essentials you will need for your holiday including a 1 ring gas top stove (with one gas canister), microwave, marine grade sink with hand pump tap and two 10 litre containers for water and waste (cold water), 24 litre two way (230v/12v) electric cool-box, kitchen utensils, pots and pans, microwave dishes, kettle, cups and glasses (plastic), picnic table and folding chairs (with drink holder) and comes with a TV and DVD player and an IPod/MP3 dock, storage and table lamp. She also has a pillar-mounted fan assisted and thermostatically controlled heater (powered from electric hook up) and ceiling mounted LED battery powered lights.
The living area comprises of a middle seating area with a detachable table that stores away when not in use. This living area converts into a double sleeping area, with the backs of the rear seat lifting out to form the centre of the bed (caravan style). The seats/bed are made from caravan grade foam (3”) topped with 1” of memory foam and is covered in suede touch material upholstery. The material has been treated with fire retardant spray and Scotch guard. Her bedding (which is included in the hire cost) consists of a duck down duvet and 2 pillows. Duvet covers, sheets, and pillowcases are also fire retardant.
She comes fully equipped and if you require a a drive-away awning and/or a windbreak just ask. (small supplement payable) She also has as standard a fire extinguisher and blanket and a first aid kit. As she has been fitted with 12 volt leisure battery the cool-box runs on this when in motion and converts over to 230 volts mains electricity by means of the Electric Hook-up cable (EHU). You can also run the coolbox if wild camping from the leisure battery for a period of time. She has three 12-v sockets (2 from the leisure battery and one from the main battery), and two 230-volt sockets (plus adapters) as well as an electric heater which runs from the electric hook up. Broonhilda loves to “wild camp” and festivals are her speciality!