Nigel Donnelly

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Lunar Caravans has added four new dealers, making it easier than ever to see its premium, lightweight tourers.

Lunar Caravans has added four new dealers, making it easier than ever to see its premium, lightweight tourers.

 

In Devon, the prestigious Stowford Farm Meadows now retails Lunar tourers from its Devon site at Combe Martin, as well as the South Wales forecourt opened in 2010. The Devon outlet sits on the popular touring site and is one of the South West’s largest caravan retailers. As well as selling caravans and offering touring pitches, storage, accessories and an NCC approved workshop make this one of the most complete dealer sites in the country.

 

Andrew Noall of Stowford says, “We have seen how the Lunar brand has strengthened in recent times and has increased its’ market share.  We are delighted to be showcasing Lunar...and are looking forward to a successful relationship with Lunar in the coming years.”

 

Ennis Caravans base in Swansea is another additional Lunar vendor. The new site has created an impressive indoor showroom to stock a large selection of new Lunar models and owner Shaun Ennis is delighted to have Lunar on the forecourt 

 

“Our new site has been designed to ‘wow’ our customers and reinforce our promise of helping them to find their ideal caravan. It is also staffed with an extremely knowledgeable team who understand every aspect of touring. We believe that the professional and friendly shopping experience this new outlet provides strengthens our position as a Lunar retailer.”

 

Northern Exposure

In Scotland, Lunar has teamed up with Greenbank Caravans. Established over 40 years ago on a 4.5 acre site on the outskirts of Fraserburgh in the North East of Scotland, they offer a range of new and used caravans and motor homes alongside servicing and storage facilities. Having changed owners 5 months ago they have already been awarded with NCC Approved workshop status and are at present working on improving our storage facilities and once completed they intend a complete refurbish and double in size of our accessory shop. 

 

Steve Donnelly of Greenbank Caravans says; “When we bought over Greenbank Caravans in late March this year, our first objective was to get a new franchise on board at Greenbank and the manufacturer at the top of our list was Lunar, as we felt they were leading the way on lightweight luxury touring caravans. So we are delighted to have them on board with us.”

 

In the North West, Bardsea Leisure have joined the network too. Like Stowford Farm, Bardsea Leisure offers a full range of essential caravanning services and accessories, alongside on-site touring pitches and all caravan buyers get two free nights on the site to use while they get used to their new tourer. 

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