Who’s making a scene in a caravan?
In a world of ‘fake news’, photoshopped images and disinformation, it’s often hard to know to believe when you see an image. But, real life often surpasses all the altered images and airbrushing you see on a daily basis.
And, when Bristol-based caravan manufacturer needed a dramatic backdrop to launch their newest caravans, the company found just the right spot to make a scene.
Bailey used the dramatic cliffs at Highlands End Holiday Park in Bridport, Dorset as backdrop to their new Alicanto Grande caravan range. The Jurassic coastline was the real scenery behind the three new caravans in the range.
The top-end tourers needed scenery which matched what their customers would expect of their new Bailey caravans.
The new, 8-foot wide Bailey Alicanto Grande range cost up to £30,000 and sleep up to four people in luxury.
The park’s marketing manager, James Loveridge, said the results of the photo-shoot lived up to expectations. He added:
“We were delighted when they told us that Highlands End ticked all of their boxes, and were very pleased to give them free rein of our cliff-top touring area.
“Many of our customers mention in reviews the breath-taking scenery they wake up to every morning, and how they have created so many unforgettable memories.”
Highlands End Holiday Park has a mix of static caravans and lodges to rent, as well as pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents.
Find out more about the Bailey Alicanto Grande range here: www.baileyofbristol.co.uk/caravans/alicanto-grande