When you create your caravan, it is important to think about what kind of a life you want to have in the caravan. Who needs to have space and how will the caravan be used? Is it important to have extra berths for more overnight guests, to be able to dry wet ski clothes or to have a fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob and microwave? And finally, what style of furnishings would you like in your caravan? Find inspiration from our different solutions!
This is the hub of the caravan, where we gather together to create cherished memories. This is the dining room, the TV room and the living room, all in one. The seating group is designed to provide space for as many people as possible, and you can be sure of sitting comfortably on the extra thick cushions. It can also be converted to an extra sleeping place, becoming a spare bedroom in no time.
Cooking while on holiday should be both simple and inspiring. A well-functioning kitchen, with plenty of surface space and storage, is therefore always prioritised in our caravans. Choose an induction hob and gas oven and you can cook just as you do at home.
Travelling with children should not mean compromising on comfort. That’s why we have developed our offering of child-friendly caravans in recent years. Our children’s room solutions are located at the rear of the caravan and the bunk beds are available with twin curtains, giving the kids their own private den to crawl into.
A well-planned bathroom with plenty of storage plays a significant role in how comfortable your caravan feels. All of our shower corners are shielded off by a smart folding partition that takes minimal space when not in use and, in our larger bathrooms, you can choose to have a drying cupboard instead of a shower. Perfect for winter campers who need to dry off those ski clothes. For extra comfort, choose a bathroom that extends across the entire width of the rear of the caravan.
All of our beds are fitted with the market’s thickest mattresses and the temperature can be configured separately for the bedroom area. All so you get the best night’s sleep possible. Partitions between rooms are integrated in the caravan. To create more space in the caravan during the day, choose a double bed with divan function, meaning that it is 16 cm shorter. And of course, this function is available as electrically powered. Storage space is located under the bed, which can even be lifted up for cleaning. If a single bed is better for you, why not choose the luxurious ‘breakfast in bed’ position?
A cassette toilet is included as standard, but to avoid all the work of emptying and cleaning the tank, choose a gas-powered incineration toilet as an optional extra. It is simple to maintain and is more hygienic. Before using the toilet, you place a watertight bag in the bowl, after which the incinerator does the rest of the work for you. Each use of the toilet requires around 100g of gas. One week of use results in approximately 200 ml of clean, odourless and bacteria-free ash, which you can even use to fertilise the plants! To empty the incineration chamber, the entire toilet seat lifts up to allow for easy access to the ash.