Our Friends in Europe
The originators of the "formule invitations" scheme and the inspiration for Brit Stops. Successful in France for 22 years.
Our good friends in Italy who run the "Friendly Farmer" scheme popped over to see us in 2011 and we enjoyed a very pleasant stopover at a Brit Stop in Oxfordshire. You can see some photos in our gallery.
The Spanish way to stopover for free with your motorhome.
Swiss Terroir is (yes, you’ve guessed) the Swiss version. Farms and vineyards as usual, but also cheese and chocolate makers for the authentic Swiss flavour!
The German guide to stopovers in vineyards, published by the same publshers as Bord Atlas (basic info and directions in English as well as German).
The latest "formule invitations" style guide for Germany, featuring farms, vineyards and breweries (2014 edition only available in German)
...and in the States
Motorhomes and of course RVs are welcome at a farms and wineries in the Harvest Hosts scheme
Find out more about British Farm Shops and Vineyards
English Wine Producers
Find out more about the English wine industry, its wines and vineyards at the English Wine Producers site.
The National Farmers' Retail and Markets Association, represents farms who sell directly to the public whether through markets, PYO, box schemes, farm shops or farm gate sales.
These are online communities where motorhome owners meet to discuss anything and everything to do with motorhomes and motorhoming. Great sources of information and very useful if you have any questions about anything to do with motorhoming.
You can read independent reviews of Brit Stops stopovers - just click here
Brit Stops' fun pages on motorhomes
A few of our favourite weird and wonderful motorhomes - a pedal tricycle motorhome anyone?
Crazy motorhome videos
From motorhome racing to amphibious RVs, we bring together some fun YouTube clips here.
A collection of designer motorhomes pushing the boundaries of the standard motorhome.
Steve interviewed at the NEC motorhome show
Ok, so not exactly a "fun page", but I think the fact I use the word "apparel" deserves some credit.