4 BERTH TOURING CARAVANS FOR SALE
4 Berth Touring Caravans For Sale
What should you look for when searching for 4 berth touring caravans for sale. Take a look at our handy guide below!
Choosing your new touring caravan is an exciting time. It’s a gateway to family adventures and cosy getaways with your loved ones as the ‘staycation‘ rises in popularity. That’s why it’s important that your caravan is comfy, practical and homely so that you can enjoy the stress-free break you deserve.
Here at Samco Caravans we specialise in selling a wide range of second hand touring caravans.
With so many caravans to choose from, how do you know which kind is right for you? Finding your perfect caravan doesn’t have to be a chore. Here we bring you everything you need to consider before you make your purchase.
If you’re looking for 4 berth touring caravans for sale North West, call us for a quote or arrange a viewing with us today.
Why Samco Caravans?
- A full service by a certified caravan engineer
- Habitation and chassis running gear check
- Caravan accessories available
- High quality, comprehensive images of each model
- Viewing available by appointment
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Choose Your Layout
With 2 berth caravans primarily being lightweight caravans, the layout usually involves the seating area turning into 2 single beds or a double come night-time. However, 4 berth touring caravans for sale UK are a popular choice amongst UK caravanners looking for more space. They provide space and flexibility with multiple bed layouts for you to choose from, making them ideal for small families, friends and couples.
A 4 berth touring caravan for sale UK usually has a fixed double bed and 2 single berths at the front or rear of the caravan. These caravans may also be referred to as two plus two. In the majority of UK caravans, the seating area doubles up as your sleeping area are equivalent to two single beds or another double. Each night you must make up each single bed/seat ready for sleep.
A fixed double bed is a sought-after feature in the touring caravan world. They are usually placed at the rear of the caravan and have the benefit of being made up ready for sleep after a long day of exploring, just like your bed at home.
So how do you know which kind of bed is right for you? Here’s a quick run-down of your options.
Fixed Island Bed
A fixed island bed is a double bed that allows access on either side. This allows plenty of space, particularly if you are tall.
Useful Features To Consider
Lightweight caravans are ideal for smaller cars as they are much easier to tow and manoeuvre. For more information on caravan towing regulations, check out the RAC’s guide to towing or get in touch with us. We also have a great range of lightweight 4 berth touring caravans for sale.