Bailey Senator Louisiana

Tuesday, 26, Jul 2011 03:23

The Louisiana offers added comfort for couples looking to take a touring caravan holiday, as it comes with a master bedroom, featuring a fixed double bed with his and hers wardrobes on either side. Furthermore, there is a spacious kitchen area in the middle, a compact bathroom with shower and heated towel rail, as well as two convertible beds in the front, meaning a party of four can stay in comfort.

As with every model in the Bailey Senator range, you will get plenty of useful kitchen appliances, including a Spinflo four-burner hob unit, a domestic-style glass fronted oven with combined grill, and a built-in microwave oven. For keeping your food fresher for longer, there is a Dometic 115-litre refrigerator with a detachable freezer section.

When its time to serve up your meal, you can make good use of the convenient folding leaf free-standing table, which comes with its own dedicated storage area.

You won't be short of entertainment either, thanks to the remote control 17-inch flat screen television with DVD player and the radio/CD player with MP3 connectivity. Finally, the spacious 1,088 cm awning includes an external connection point for hooking up a gas barbecue.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,686 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'3"
  • Shipping Length: 25'11"
  • Awning Size: 1,088 cm

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Update: This model is now only available as a used caravan

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Bailey Senator Louisiana - 2009


Everything good on the Louisiana...Read More

Bailey Senator Louisiana Series 5 - 2006


This model was chosen because of the island bed configuration, with 'L'shaped fron seating. This series was in our opinion much better than series 6 ...Read More

Bailey Senator Vermont - 2006


This has been a superb little van. Not interested in a fixed bed, is adds too much weight, and we're very happy with the Vermont....Read More

Bailey Senator - 1997


I've had this van for quite a few years now and it's still operating well. Considering its age, I'm still very happy with it....Read More

Bailey Senator Arizona - 2006


We'd prefer natural lights over the harsh spotlights that come with the Senator. Yet we find this model is preferable to the new AluTech models. ...Read More

Bailey Senator California - 2009


I've had some issues charging the battery which drains quite quickly, other than that I've been very happy with it....Read More

Bailey Senator Indiana - 2007


We've been really happy with it, we have another one order now....Read More

Bailey Senator Wyoming - 2009


We really like the layout, but there are small areas of wasted space, otherwise it's very good. ...Read More

Bailey Senator Indiana - 2007


We've had a few problems with the quality of this van....Read More

Bailey Senator Wyoming Series 6 - 2008


A very good van, we've had no problems and have no complaints....Read More

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South Liberty Lane
Bristol BS3 2SS
Tel 0117 305 2939
Web www.bailey-caravans.co.uk
Email helpline@bailey-caravans.co.uk

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