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Being at a loose end today me and the youngest popped into Leeds Caravan Centre (very friendly but not pushy people there, by the way). The 866 layout in both the Compass Casita and Elddis ranges is of interest to us, but not really as our van is not yet a year old! For those that don't know, this is a wider than normal van, with standard front dinette, decent sized dinette in the middle with the kitchen and a good bathroom, fixed bunks and mini table in the back. The middle dinette converts to a small double bed, making it a 6 berth. It's interesting because, like our own van,
I'm considering buying a caravan to live in, yes. .. I am mad! I'm currently finishing uni and will be moving back to my family home in Suffolk with my husband. Rather than us live in the family home full time and take up lots of space and get under everyone's feet and have no space of our own. .. We're considering buying a tourer to park in the large grounds of the house and use as our little bolt hole. I've found a lovely little 1982 Swift Alouette 6 berth tourer which is well within our budget at £695. Not knowing much about caravans (having never really spent much time in a tourer l
OK, so we have decided to buy a 6 berth, triple bunk 'van to accommodate our family. The thing is, which one do you buy? I've sort of narrowed it down, but its still not that narrow! So, over to you guys for your 2p worth, your wisdom and your experience!!!! I guess the bottom end is something like a Bailey Ranger 540/6, I actually prefer the S5 with the door further forward and the blue interior than the S6. However, they seem quite basic and lack a few bits and bobs, but, its better than our tent. So, do we pay more for a 540/6 GT60, or a Bailey Pageant Bretagne S7? D