Hiring a Twizy

Please contact the businesses listed below directly to book a Twizy or call 01497 842935 for general Twizy or ETN enquiries.

Brecon Beacons National Park – Wales

Picnic comp

Twizys picnicking above Talybont reservoir

Visitors to the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park can hire a Twizy at one of the following locations: The Angel Hotel in Abergavenny, Westview Guesthouse nr Hay on Wye, Cae’r Hendre Holiday Cottage near Llangynidr, Castle Narrowboats at Gilwern or in any Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages which are scattered throughout the Park.

You can see a map of the Twizy hire locations in the Brecon Beacons here.

In the National Park, we have a friendly, informal network of  13amp Twizy charging points at pubs, cafes, visitor attractions and activity providers. These businesses will welcome Twizys and offer access to the nearest 13amp socket. They are also interesting locations to visit in their own right.

Scotland – West Coast


Toots Twizy at Arisaig

The ETN has a Twizy for hire at the Sunnyside caravan and camping site at Arisaig on the West Coast of Scotland and Toro Twizy for hire on the Isle of Eigg.

This blog captures a combination of people’s everyday Twizy experiences and our ETN research activities into low energy vehicles for rural areas. It also offers some scenic Twizy routes for people to try.

If you would like to learn more about how to join the ETN scheme as a tourist business, please visit Eco Travel Network or call 01497 842935. If you are a local business or resident who would like to try using or renting a Twizy for a longer period, please get in touch.

You can also hire Twizys (not connected to the ETN) in the Lake District .

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