Bailey’s premium Unicorn range has been a runaway success for the Bristol-based brand, accounting for around 30% of its new caravan sales since its launch.

For the 2013 touring season, the range got a refresh: GRP sidewalls and roof, new front and rear panels, bolder graphics and a skylight. The view from inside is radically different as Bailey has jumped on the skylight bandwagon, but coming to the party late has its advantages as it takes a couple of seasons for new ideas to bed in.

Bailey has extended the front middle window right up to the roof. As there’s no ledge across the front of the caravan, the view from the lounge is unimpeded. What’s more, you can actually open the window, making Bailey’s caravan skylight unique.

Elsewhere, there are improvements across the range. Weights have been reduced by up to 100kg, and there are new kitchens, washrooms and soft furnishings.

Here we have the end-washroom, rear fixed-bed Valencia. In its 2012 guise, it was the best-selling model in Bailey’s best-selling range. But it faces tough competition – so how will the 2013 model fare?