This weekend however, we decided to test out how sporty the Auto-Trail V-Line Sport 635 really is.
In this week's blog we look at how the Tribute performs for a family that is considering entering the motorhome market. We took the "Diaz" family, Mum Reina, Dad Tomas, Son Leo (11) and Daughter Sol (8) to Camp Bestival in Dorset for 4 days of family festival fun.
A story on mobile cocktail business, Fancy Flutes and why they've been causing quite the stir at various UK events.
An enormous fire has ripped through 160 caravans causing £1 million in damage at a site in Somerset
Cheshire's largest caravan dealership, Leisure Sales, has unveiled its brand new online accessory store
According to a poll, Bailey caravans and Auto-sleeper motorhomes are the most popular vehicles for first time buyers
Manufacturers Swift Group is developing a new £8 million purpose built modern manufacturing facility at its headquarters in Cottingham, Yorkshire
This edition of CaravanTimes' Classic Gold series takes the magnifying glass to the Elddis Xplore 304, which was originally given the once over by reviewer Peterlan Tremelling in 2014. Six years later, would it still get five stars?
Would you give five stars to the Elddis Xplore 304?
The director-general of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association has written to the prime minister asking for caravan parks to be allowed to come out of lockdown earlier than other hospitality businesses.
While we've all been given a few more freedoms by the government, it's still not permitted to have overnight stays in our motorhomes. But there's nothing wrong with contemplating all the incredible trips we will have in the future and today is the turn of Northumberland.
Experts in the caravan industry are warning owners that their vehicles could be targeted during the coronavirus lockdown.
In the latest edition of the CaravanTimes' Classic Gold series, we take a look at the Hymer Nova 530K. It may have hit the market in 2007, but it was in 2011 that our reviewer David Welch took it for a spin and handed down his verdict.
It was big news when prime minister Boris Johnson said individuals in England would be allowed to drive as far as they like to take exercise, but overnight stays away from home are still a big no-no. So, when will caravan trips be allowed again?
After the weekend's announcement that small concessions to the lockdown can start to be made, caravan enthusiasts will no doubt be beginning to dream. We're not yet out of the woods and able to travel freely, but perhaps by the time the summer arrives, some sort of holiday could be possible.
Best-selling caravan manufacturer with a group incorporating Sprite and Sterling brands
One of the best known names in the industry, Bailey of Bristol is the oldest caravan manufacturer in the UK.
Over the last fifty years Elddis has built up a reputation for building great value tourers and motorhomes.