The Unicorn has been a best-seller for Bailey over three generations, and it’s not hard to see why.

It offers an almost unrivalled kit level for the cash, plus spacious accommodation.

It isn’t without failings, however, not least rather uninspiring looks and an interior finish that lacks the sense of occasion you might expect from a flagship range.

And now, three years since we saw the Unicorn III Cadiz, here we have the fourth-generation version of the range’s biggest seller, with its fixed twin beds.

There’s little doubt that the first of those complaints has been tackled head-on.

Full-height ABS mouldings can’t completely disguise the fairly bluff front end of this range of Bailey caravans, courtesy of the Alu-Tech construction.

However they get close and give the Unicorn a welcome dash of modernity, aided further by the new panels that better blend in the signature full-height front window.

We’re not entirely convinced by the new graphics, which are inspired by Bailey’s top-spec motorhomes, but the smart tinted side windows and new five-spoke alloy wheels add to the more modern feel.

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