Competition to win a Compass Rallye caravan worth over £25,000 announced

Do you feel lucky? If so, a Compass Rallye 664 could be in your driveway just in time for summer
Do you feel lucky? If so, a Compass Rallye 664 could be in your driveway just in time for summer

Thursday, 21, May 2015 05:24

By Joe Jeffrey

Elddis teams up with The Camping and Caravanning Club and the Mirror Group to offer prize of a lifetime

To celebrate National Camping and Caravanning Week 2015, Elddis has teamed up with The Camping and Caravanning Club and Mirror Group to offer one lucky winner the chance to walk away with a state-of-the-art Compass Rallye 664 caravan worth over £25,000.

The Rallye 664 is a twin-axle four-berth luxury touring caravan, full to the brim with style and specification.

Key features include Compass' Sky-Scape panoramic sunroof; 24-hour central heating, which can be controlled via mobile phone; a Phantom tracker system; and sumptuous interior complete with Aquaclean technology.

Ideal for the whole family, the Rallye 664 is one of Elddis' most popular layouts, featuring a transverse fixed double bed at the rear and a spacious lounge at the front which converts into a large double bedroom when its time for lights out. The centrally located kitchen boasts a plethora of modcons, including microwave, dual-fuel hob, oven and grill, as well as an enormous fridge-freezer. And if it's alfresco dining you're after, you'll love the external gas barbeque point too.

The large bathroom comes just as equipped as well, spanning the rear of the caravan and featuring hot water on tap - also programmable by your smartphone - and a heated towel rail for style and practicality.

As if that wasn't enough, The Camping and Caravanning Club are also giving away 10,000 free 'site nights' - encouraging family and friends to get out and discover the vast and varied network of Club sites to explore across the UK.

The competition launches in the Sunday Mirror on Sunday 24 May 2015, so make sure you pick up your copy to be in with a chance of winning one of these great prizes.

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