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Layout is the first thing you need to decide upon when choosing your new motorhome. Its a personal decision: what is right for you will not be right for the next person. Here we look at all motorhome layouts on the market.
Kids love bunk-beds and finding them in a motorhome means they have ready-made beds at the rear, which means you can relax at the front
Campervans deserve a section of their own as they tend to offer completely different styles to larger van conversions and coachbuilt motorhomes, although there are always exceptions that seem to magically offer a coachbuilt layout
Sitting just over the cab, the drop-down double requires no bed-making is available often at the touch of a button
Motorhomes with a fully-fitted end kitchen appeal to those who like to cook in comfort. Many also have large lounges in which to enjoy their meal
When it comes to motorhome comforts, you can't beat a luxurious washroom with a separate shower. Many early 2000s models have truly palatial bathrooms, but compromises have to be made to squeeze them in.
For those who wish to avoid assembling their bed every night, a fixed double bed is the answer
If you like the idea of a fixed bed but would rather have singles, this is the layout for you
A French bed layout is the alternative to an island or fixed double and is better suited to those motorhomes where space is at even more of a premium than usual. With a foot-end corner cut-off, French beds allow more space around to get around.
A front lounge motorhome layout provides a lounge situated just behind the cab, while the kitchen and washroom are pushed toward the rear
For that real home-away-from-home feeling and a sense of luxury on your holiday, an sland bed motorhome is for you
A rear lounge layout provides exactly what it says: a lounge at the rear of the motorhome, often with three large windows for great panoramic views when pitched up
Our Motorhome Advice section helps you research the right type of motorhome or motorhome layout for your needs.
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