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BenScoobert
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Good Evening,

IF there are 10 steps to buying a caravan I guess I'm at step 1.

We've walked round 2 caravan retailers and seen what is on offer. We are husband and wife with 2 young kids, 3&1. We've decided we really like the rear bathroom and fixed bunk type layout as you can get the kids to bed and not have to disturb them. But all the vans we saw seemed to be a lot of money with that layout.

We need 4 berth minimum, 5 or 6 would be better but we can cope without. Towing is no issue as we havea a yank tank 4x4 and the bigger the better as far as I'm concerned, legality limits you to 7m plus A frame so 26 foot is a limit.

Any suggestions on brands with this layout which won't cost the earth?
Thanks
Ben

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:welcome: and I hope you find the van of your dreams. You, and the family, will certainly enjoy the years to come.

Graham

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