Review: Bailey Pegasus 554

Bailey Pegasus 554
Bailey Pegasus 554

Sunday, 15, May 2011 12:39

Make & Model
Bailey Pegasus 554
Year
2011
Overall
The highlight so far is being able to go to bed without the hassle of making the bed up first and also no moaning from my husband that he does not fit the bed.
Space & Practicality
The layout is exactly what we wanted and we looked at quite a few layouts before we bought and decided this was the one for us. Loads of well designed storage inside and out.
Quality & Reliability
Some comments are saying quality not so good, however so far we have had no gripes at all, everything so far just works.
Equipment & Comfort
Bought this caravan as it is one of the few with a transverse island bed. We changed from a small two berth caravan where you had to make up the beds each night and wanted something with a fixed bed which would fit my 6ft 4ins husband and the 554 did just that. The bed is really easy to push up during the day which gives you loads of space to walk round and we have found the bed really comfy, the sheets, pillows and quilt stay on the bed fine. The kitchen area is great, good cooker, lots of storage and a really good deep sink. Seating area is smaller than some vans and this is where I think the 554 is actually ideal for two people and not four, one small child perhaps but that is all. Good shower room. Good storage space and a wardrobe and cabinet at each side of the bed. Lighting is also great with plenty of main and spotlights for reading. We love this caravan and look forward to many happy years towing.
Value for Money
We found this the best value for money for this layout. The caravan came with both the front chest of drawers and the extra seating so we have had the chance to try both and decided for the moment that we prefer the extra seating. The 554 also came with the entertainment system which works great.
Reviewed by janet
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