Top rated motorhome beds revealed

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  1. Andrew Schofield says:

    I have an Elddis Accordo 125 with a rear transverse double bed which is left made-up as we use the front seats and dinette at the front for lounging during the day and watching TV at night.
    Don’t understand those who need 2 lounges, one at the front and one at back of the motorhome

  2. raymond neil hellyer says:

    I have a 2006 Devon Monaco with a fixed rear bed accessed via a small retractable step. The bed is at a height which allows me to store two bikes, 26″ wheels stored upside down with the front wheels out,and there is still room for wheel ramps,tools etc. The down side is the bed itself is only able to accommodate people under about 5’8″. Devon seem to have moved the height of the bed in different years models.

  3. Maryann Plumbley says:

    I would like an Island bed but have settled for a transverse bed as more importantly I need a big garage. I have had 2 Auto trail Mohawks, and now have an Auto Trail Serrano which meet my need so I do not have to have steps to get into bed and I don’t have to make it everyday, plus I can read whilst siting in bed and have plenty of head room. On the odd occasion I share my bed (normally my husband will sleep in the lounge area), What I really need is an elctronic island bed that moves up when travelling and the boot is loaded, but when set up on site I can lower it for sleep convenience and not needing steps to get into bed. Is there such a type on the Market

  4. Barry Williams says:

    We have a two berth 1997 Autosleeper Legend and the rear lounge converts very easily and quickly into either two wide singles with a walk way between or a massive double bed. We have looked at hundreds of newer motorhomes and have yet to find any that have such a convenient arrangement.

  5. Barry Carter says:

    My wife and I have been motorhoming for 13 years, in that time we have always chosen the rear lounge layout. Our current motorhome which we have had 4 years is an Autotrail Apache 700. We are in our 60’s & 70’s and have not had issues with getting in and out of bed. When we are on tour/on site our motorhome is our home and not just somewhere to sleep. When not made up we can relax in our lounge fully reclined with feet up and with a panoramic view and not just one or two windows to pear out of. Fixed bed motorhomes to us are a waste of space but we suppose ok if you just want a bed on wheels.

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