All four-berth Bailey caravans in the Unicorn range come in both single- and twin-axle forms, and the new centre-washroom model is no exception.

For a floorplan in which space is at a premium, the extra length afforded by a twin-axle chassis should make a world of difference, addressing the compromises in particular in the lounge and master bedroom.

One thing is for sure – it’s a better-looking van than its single-axle sibling, the Bailey Unicorn Cabrera. The windows are well spaced on the Pamplona to make the most of the distinctive graphics of this Bailey caravan.

It rides on a quartet of alloy wheels, too (with two Secure wheel locks and receivers part of the standard kit).

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