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Old 06-07-2011, 13:25
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:35
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Default Cosalt Coaster 2007

We brought this last year in September for 15000... it really is a bright and really is big modern caravan..

Cosalt Coaster 2007 35" x 12" double glazed 6 berth

As you enter the main door you enter a small hallway.. again ideal to remove shoes.. door to left side which houses the boiler and enough room for brushes and stuff... next to that room for hoover and above coat hooks...hallway then moves straight into kitchen and living area..

This time start with the kitchen which is 'U' shaped.. worktop all way round... on one side fridge and small cupboard..on windowside cupboard to both sides above and cupboards below.. then on the other side oven and cupboards above and drawers to one side... across from the kitchen area is the dining area.. with wrap around seating, 2 stools and round table... nice area away from living area....

Living area... wrap around seating, coffee table... and gas fire.. room on top for TV.. lamp and music center.. cupboards above... really big space... yes foldup bed under seating

door closes between sleeping areas and living area... so moving onto this area... corridor with 3 doors leading off from this area... we have mounted a panel heater in the hallway...

1st door on lefthand side is the 2nd bedroom... 2 single beds.. shelves above beds and wardrobe and shelve behind the door....

door straight across is the main bedroom... really big loads and loads of room round the bed... biggest main bedroom in all our 3 caravans... wardrobe.. door leading to 2nd loo and sink... shelving above bed.. dressing table and another wardrobe.. shelves again to the other side of room... the bed is high... great room

and then the main bathroom suite in white... loads again for room you can put more corner units in here... shower... not loads of space... and a corner shelves.. ideal for all your bits and top shelve for towels...

this is our main van... we love the layout... ideal for us and our dogs... we name her 'Poppy'

Thought I would add plus and minus..... minus loads of vents in all rooms... takes ages to warm up in the cooler weather... and could do with some drawers in the main bedroom area for the smalls...

plus side great layout... love the bed and the space in the main bedroom and main bathroom...

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