It can be hard to choose from the huge selection of caravans available, so we’ve put together this guide to 10 of the best 2 berth caravans in the UK market. Couples and solo caravanners looking for a new caravan should consider these models in their search for the best caravan.

All of these caravans have been reviewed by us over the past two seasons, and have gained four-star verdicts or above from our stringent reviewers, so you know they’re among the best caravans in the UK market.

All of these 2020 and 2019 models will suit those looking for a 2 berth caravan, and there’s a variety of spec levels and sizes to choose from – whether you want a micro caravan or a more spacious 2 berth with more home comforts.

10 best 2 berth caravans

Bailey Discovery D4-2 (2020)

With a clear focus on first-time buyers, Bailey’s new Discovery range includes this smart, compact 2 berth caravan that is lightweight with an MTPLM of just 995kg. This makes it ideal for those with smaller and less powerful tow cars, as well as those with smaller budgets. It comes in at just £16,199 – a very affordable option for those that aren’t looking for top-spec.

The layout is fairly traditional, with a front lounge that makes up into a generous double bed, a side kitchen with a dresser opposite, and an end washroom.

The exterior design is a distinctive profile, with a curved front with a singe portrait-style window, and retro-style radius corners at the rear. Bailey has even designed an awning that fits right around the rear of the caravan, giving lots of space, although use of this may be restricted by site pitch sizes.

To find out more, and figure out if this could be the caravan for you, read our full review.

Adria Altea Aire 492 DT (2020)

This is a brand new model for 2020, and offers a very contemporary feel. The caravan has a spacious lounge with a large sunroof, an off-side kitchen, and a generously-sized rear washroom.

This is not the first iteration of this layout from Adria; the 2014 Adora Loire also had a rear washroom, but it didn’t quite have the same appeal as this newer model, which is less cramped and includes a lined shower.

This van is sure to appeal to couples that want a more compact and easy-to-tow caravan, but with a lower spec level to keep that price down.

The new-look interior and robust build quality make this a very good 2 berth caravan; read our full review to find out more.

Swift Elegance 480 (2020)

The top-of-the-range Elegance 480 includes quite a few pieces of high-end kit in this luxurious 2 berth caravan. It also benefits from Swift’s lifetime water ingress warranty – a sign of the confidence in its third generation SMART construction system.

The stylish front lounge, mid-ships kitchen and rear washroom layout is a popular one, and the elegantly styled lounge can either be turned into a pair of single beds, or made up into a 2m-long double bed.

High-end touches include a reversing camera which connects to your tow-car through the hitch, an on-board water tank, plenty of plug sockets, (including USB connections), a stereo system with speakers in both the lounge and the washroom, and much more.

It may cost a little more than the other caravans on this list, but you also get a very impressive list of gadgets and a stylish caravan. Read our full review to find out more.

Elddis Avanté 454 (2020)

Rather unusually for a 2 berth caravan, the new layout of the Avanté 454 includes an L-shaped lounge and a transverse fixed bed, with mid-ships kitchen and washroom making this feel like a far bigger caravan than it is. It still measures in at sub-7m in length, and has a modest MTPLM of 1310kg, making it ideal for those that want to keep to a lower train weight.

The designers have also maximised storage space, including a huge storage space under that fixed bed, as well as twin wardrobes and yet more cupboard and drawer space. You’ll have to keep a close eye on that 128kg payload, though!

At a push, this caravan could be stretched to sleep four, with that L-shaped lounge converting to two single beds, but this would be more of an occasional solution, and small families would be better looking at larger 4 berth models. The washroom is also a little on the small side for more than two people.

Find out what other features this caravan boast in our full review, including what’s in the impressively kitted-out side kitchen.

Wheelhome Dashaway (2019)

The super-compact Wheelhome Dashaway is a micro caravan that’s small and light enough to be easy to store and easy to tow. The inclusion of both a reversing camera and a motor mover make this even more manoeuvrable.

It offers a simpler way of caravanning; it really does go back to the basics. Inside you’ll find that the raising roof and electronic side pod increase the amount of space significantly. With the compact kitchen positioned in the nose of the trailer, the rear transforms into a generous 6ft 5in bed. There’s no washroom, but you can fit a Porta Potti in the cupboard at the bottom of the kitchen.

This caravan has been designed to carry two bikes – one on either side – the weight of which should help to keep it stable on the road.

For such a small caravan, the Dashaway has an impressive amount of kit. It’s certainly one to consider if you want to keep things simple and compact. Read our full review to see if it could suit your caravanning style.

Lunar Ariva (2019)

Since being introduced in 1995, Lunar’s Ariva range has stuck with this popular end-kitchen layout which has seen it sell steadily over the last 25 years.

Although looks-wise, it may be a little dated, this caravan is still a great 2 berth option for couples. The practical design includes a surprisingly spacious lounge area with a slide-out coffee table in the central chest of drawers, generous cupboard storage in the well-designed kitchen, and a perfectly practical corner washroom.

When it comes to set up for bed time, you can either use the two sofas as single beds, or you can make up a double bed using the pull-out metal frames.

To find out about this caravan’s other great features, read our full review of the 2019 model.

Hymer Nova 470GL (2019)

This caravan should definitely be on your 2 berth shortlist, although some are put off by the higher MTPLM and fairly hefty price, plus a few surprising omissions from the spec.

This is a good, solidly-built caravan, though, with a large front lounge that is bright and airy, a well-equipped off-side kitchen, and an end washroom with plenty of storage space.

There are a couple of things we would have expected included as standard at this price point, such as a microwave and a window in the washroom, but in all, this caravan has plenty going for it.

To find out exactly what is included in Hymer’s 2 berth offering, read our full review.

Venus 460/2 Deluxe (2019)

This 2019 dealer special from Marquis already had plenty of kit included, but with Marquis’ added spec, it becomes even more attractive for those looking for a practical 2 berth caravan.

The layout includes a front lounge, a side kitchen with a generous amount of worktop, and a spacious end washroom. The latter is particularly impressive, with lots of neat design features, a large side window as well as a roof vent, and not one but two wardrobes adding to the generous storage space.

The front lounge converts into a comfortable double bed, using slide-out frames, but can also be used as twin single beds by simply removing the backrests.

The Venus 460/2 was already good value for money, but adding in Marquis’ Deluxe spec makes it even better. Find out exactly what’s included in our full review.

Bailey Unicorn Merida

For 2019, Bailey introduced the Merida to its popular Unicorn range, with a suitably upmarket spec list and a reintroduced rear washroom layout. For the 2020 season, the Unicorn models all received a Black Edition makeover. This includes new graphics, updated design features such as a circular stainless steel sink and curved dual-finish locker doors, an optional upholstery upgrade and more.

The lounge is spacious and, come night-time, can either be used as two singles (comfortable for all but the tallest) or can be transformed into a generous double using pull-out slats.

It’s the spec list that really makes this 2 berth caravan attractive; starting with the impressive allocation of 230v and USB sockets, a roof-mounted 100W solar panel, programmable Alde central heating and a Bluetooth compatible sound system.

Distinctive Bailey touches such as the drop-down hob cover that gives extra worktop space are also appealing. Read our review of the 2019 version to find out more.

Compass Capiro

As part of the Erwin Hymer Group umbrella, the baby of the Capiro range has been through several changes over recent years; for 2018 the end washroom of the Capiro 462 was swapped for an end kitchen layout, which it kept for 2019 when we reviewed the 462.

In the 2020 line-up, the 2 berth option is the Capiro 520, a brand new model with a mid-ships kitchen and a spacious rear washroom. The latter boasts being one of the most spacious Compass bathrooms yet, with a separate shower cubicle, a dressing area and plenty of closet space.

We haven’t tested this latest model yet, but it promises to be a stylish, lightweight option, and for 2020 the Capiro range received new graphics, upholstery and the addition of a Dometic midi-Heki rooflight.

If none of these models sound like the caravan you’re looking for, check the rest of our caravan reviews to see if there might be a model more suited to you – we’re uploading more all the time!

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