Brits planning on investing in a new caravan could opt for the Bailey Caravans Pageant Bretagne Series 7, which scooped a prestigious gong recently.
The mobile home was awarded the title of Which Caravan Magazine Caravan of the Year for 2008.
Featuring a self-contained end bedroom capable of sleeping up to four people, the model also has a triple fixed bunk and parallel bed front saloon, which further extend its capacity.
This is combined with a three-seater L-shaped rear dinette and a central kitchen to create an ideal living space for exploring the country in.
Which Caravan Magazine editor Sally Pepper praised the unit, noting that it scored maximum points in two-fifths of the ten categories in a recent test conducted by the publication.
“Despite a price tag £2,000 less than its nearest rival in this test, Bailey’s unbeatable Pageant Bretagne amassed a grand total of 90 points out of a possible 100,” she said.
The caravan, which starts at less than £14,000, also scooped the gong for Best Family Van.
Earlier this year, it won recognition from Caravan Industry Magazine, which awarded it Tourer of the Year status.