Caravelair release the family friendly Antares 476

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The cuddly bear is unfortunately not included

Caravelair release the family friendly Antares 476

The cuddly bear is unfortunately not included
The cuddly bear is unfortunately not included

Friday, 21, Apr 2017 04:42

by Tom Leaning

The Caravelair Antares 476 is now on the market just in time for a long, hot summer of outdoor fun, and once the kids' school term draws to an end, the 476 is ideal to use as a family headquarters while you and your young ones enjoy a well-earned break.

While the cuddly bear is unfortunately not included, the bunkbeds at the rear offer a perfect bedding area for two young scallywags, while the adults can enjoy the double bed at the front.

That leaves the seating and kitchen area situated in the middle of the caravan and the electrical Thetford cassette toilet to the right of the double bed. A fifth family member or friend can comfortably sleep in the converted seating area, but anymore than that will probably be uncomfortable for all involved.

So, if the Easter bunny kindly left you £14,295 in cash during the night, this latest beauty from Caravelair is yours.

PS - We predict it's going to be a scorcher this summer, so make sure to pack the factor 30!

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