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Most two-berth caravans fall into two categories: those with end washrooms and those with end kitchens. There’s plenty of choice out there in both layouts, but there are just a few two-berth caravans that don’t conform to either.

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Compare Swift’s new island bed Challenger 580 with the 560 model and you’ll see it’s longer and instead of a small table unit in the centre-front position between the parallel settees, the 580 has a chest of drawers (with hinged extension tabletop).

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Step inside a 2009 Lunar Zenith 5 and your first impression is of clean lines, light woodwork and modernity everywhere you look.

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The twin axle Searcher is positively bristling with high tech kit designed to make an extended stay on site comfortable and stress-free.

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Despite its two-berth status the Elddis Odyssey 525 is more likely to be used as a two-berth for couples wanting a spacious interior that offers the flexibility to entertain extra guests as and when required.

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Reviewed: Fleetwood Sonata Concerto. Sonata is the lowest priced of Fleetwood’s three ranges.

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