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Best Caravan for Seasonal Siting: Adria Astella

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Winner: Adria Astella

What’s special?

Just look at it! This is literally a holiday home on wheels and perfect for those who have found a site they love and want to return year after year.

It’s a whopper of a caravan so towing won’t be an option with a standard family tug but with masses of space and stylish design–it’s got more of a boutique hotel feel.

Step through the French doors and by the open-plan interior with luxury bedroom will wow you (likely better than what you have at home!), and the sheer amount of light that filters through the caravan thanks to the panorama doors and windows.

Adria Astella

Love your music? You won’t find any old stereo here. With a Bose sound system, your tunes will have never sounded better. LED lighting adds to the ambience.

Alde underfloor heating makes it toasty too, so even if it’s snowing outside, you’ll be snug in your private pad.

In three layouts–704 HP, 754 HP and 904 HP, you can choose the ‘van to sleep anything from 2 to 6 people.

We’ve awarded this our best seasonal siting caravan because it’s without doubt bursting with the wow factor and something that would make you consider selling your home and moving in full time!

Adria Astella interior

Layout

Open plan, separate living areas

Specification
Price
TBC
MTPLM From 2,500kg/3,000kg
Overall Length 8.9m
WIDTH 2.5m

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