First, it’s our Bailey Pursuit 570-6 review – and as you might’ve guessed from its name, it’s the first six-berth Bailey caravan for quite some time.

Part of the new options-free range from Bailey, what you see is what you get – and that includes a sunroof and an AKS hitch stabiliser.

So, how does it sleep six? Well, the front lounge converts into a double bed (or could be used as two singles), while at the back are two fixed bunks and a rear lounge that can be converted into two more beds. Tune in and take a look!

When to watch

Here’s when you can catch this week’s show:

  • Monday 3 April at 8pm;
  • Wednesday 5 April at 6pm;
  • Friday 7 April at 4pm;
  • Saturday 8 April at 6pm;
  • Sunday 9 April at 6pm.

You’ll find Practical Caravan TV on Sky 212 and Freesat 161 – look for Showcase TV. You can also watch via our live stream (a single, one-off charge of £2.99 applies).

Found us? Great. Then you’ll also be able to see our Caravelair Antarès 450 review – and if you want fixed single beds but don’t have a massive tow car, this could be the caravan for you. And it costs just £13,695 – that’s eye-catching value-for-money.

Those fixed single beds, at the front of the van, are generously proportioned and can be propped up so you can sit and read in comfort. And, if you’d rather, you can join the two beds to create a massive double!

The kitchen, rear dinette/lounge and washroom are all a little small, but do provide ample room for two with sufficient kit, too. Check it out this week on Practical Caravan TV.

Don’t go away!

After the break be sure to come back, as we head to Golden Square Caravan and Camping Park, a quiet family site on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.

Kids will love the super indoor and outdoor play areas, plus there is crazy golf, a shop and washblocks.

Finally, we’re putting the Volkswagen Amarok through its paces to find out what tow car ability it has.

This recently updated pick-up is powered by a brawny V6 diesel engine that makes light work of towing a caravan, while it also proved to be stable in regular towing.

We’re sure you’ll agree there’s lots to get stuck into in this week’s episode of Practical Caravan TV, so be sure to tune in!