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Hands up if you’ve enjoyed many a memorable caravan holiday in the West Country. Us, too!
Our Claudia and Bryony hitch up and head west, with the aim of finding out whether Devon or Cornwall reigns when it comes to cream teas, trying one or two in the process – well, it would be rude not to!
But, of course, we’re sharing our top tips with you – turn to page 27 for a comprehensive list of recommended tearooms.
Knaus, Sprite, Compass and Coachman caravan reviews
As ever, we’ve a host of new caravan reviews for you in our latest magazine.
Finally, we’re looking around the luxurious, twin-axle Knaus StarClass 690. Carrying a £30,000 price and with a 2000kg MTPLM, can it justify the outlay, not to mention the hefty tow car you’ll need to pull it?
A quartet of tow car tests
Plus, we’re also assessing what tow car ability the SsangYong Tivoli XLV has. Costing just a touch over £20,000 and coming with a five-year warranty, on paper there’s a lot going for it, but how does it perform with a caravan hitched up?
And that’s not all! From page 102 of the latest issue of Practical Caravan, we’re looking at the 2012-on Ford Focus Estate as a used tow car. Find out what to pay, which models are the best and what to avoid!
Are you feeling lucky?
Click to enter our competition to win a portable generator from Hyundai Leisure, worth over £400!
You can also check out a family’s vintage Castleton Rowena, enjoy reading about the Ormerods’ tour in Italy, discover this summer’s best county shows, get step-by-step advice on replacing a leaky toilet cassette seal – and more!
So don’t miss the July 2017 edition of Practical Caravan. Get it now!