Review: Bailey Ranger 660

Thursday, 12, May 2011 04:26

Make & Model
Bailey Ranger 660
What more can I say, versatile, comfortable, value for money, and its mine !
Space & Practicality
We are family of two adults and two teenage boys, when we first brought this caravan we had no awning, our first week away it rained and so we were forced to spend a lot of time in the caravan, during this week our daughter and her partner came to stay, at no time did we feel cramped for room. The good layout meant there was room for us all, the boys using the dinette to play their games on whilst we sat in the lounge area to chat and the curtain around the bunks and the door partition to the bed room, gave us all the privacy at night we needed.The fixed bed gives me and my hubby a little bit of luxury and a good nights sleep!
Quality & Reliability
We have had no major problems yet, although one of the overhead locker doors can be a little temperamental to shut.
Equipment & Comfort
Good value for money . Fixed bed really comfortable. Dinette very easy to put up and down. Large front seating gives the best options for sleeping arrangements we have ever seen in a caravan, as they are long enough for adults to use as two single beds without dangling feet [in most caravans the seating here is two short to do this] and pulled out make a very spacious double bed.This caravan easily sleeps 6 persons in comfort. The shower was unexpectedly very good although a little tight for space, but will not hesitate to use it if on-site facilities are not available. Only down side so far are the heating controls being at floor level .
Value for Money
A good priced caravan and good value for money. Would say this is a great family caravan and because of its light weight we are able to tow the twin axle with our family car [ skoda superb ]
Reviewed by FrancesTalbot
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