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Old 08-09-2011, 06:36
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Old 08-09-2011, 20:17
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The Atlas moonstone 30/10 2 bedroom 2006 model

One of the best features of the moonstone 10 foot version is the illusion inside that it is a 12foot wide van..Also the moonstone has 2 exterior doors which is very much a bonus.

On entering the main door there is a corridor effect carpeted ………which contains the boiler cupboard ,which is very useful for storage of brushes etc.

Opposite the main door is the twin bedroom …carpetted ,the beds can be put together to make a double bed.
There is single wardrobe and a cupboard.

To the right of main door is the main bedroom,…..carpetted,,double wardrobe and dressing table with cupboard above,and above bed is open shelving storage.

Next to twin bedroom is the bathroom……..carpetted,usual toilet,washbasin and enclosed shower cubicle.there is a a mirror cabinet above the washbasin and on the other wall is an shelving .

Going from the corridor ….you go into firstly the kitchen area via an arch …….vinyl flooring ,full size cooker/oven (gas) with cooker hood,sink,fridge,microwave shelf,worktops and loads of cupboards.

Dining Area…fixed seating (stoarage underneath) and 2 stools and table. Opposite is the 2nd door in our case leading outside onto the decking “bubble”

The lounge has fixed seating as an L shape with a folding bed underneath,there is a fire(gas) with a hearth and mantle piece with a mirror . On the opposite wall is another mirror.and on the othe wall is a framed picture.Television cupboard .


The van has no double glazing and no central heating.

All the interior doors are white with an embossed 6 panel woodgrain effect.

Net curtains and fully lined curtains ,heres the Angela bit…BLINDS at the kitchen and bathroom windows.
Right now the description is out of the way…………..
Here’s our impression…….

The van is very light and airy,and the use of the arch way gives the impression of a much larger van as there is no door.
The way that Atlas have used the lounge/dining area space,…by not cluttering it with cupboards more space.There is an illusion of space by the use of non opening picture windows and the non right angled fixed seating.
We also like the idea of 2 exterior doors .

In conclusion ………the Atlas Moostone 2006 model utilises all the interior space very well and was possibly the best use of any 10 foot wide van.
In fact our warden nicknamed it the TARDIS.
We have to thank the previous owners and Andy for selecting and siting the van to take advantage of one of the best plots on Treetops.
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Old 12-09-2011, 21:43
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Default Atlas Moonstone Super (2000)

35' by 12'
Bedroom 1 - twin beds
Bedroom 2 - Double with en suite toilet
1 Shower room and toilet
Dining area with fixed seating and 2 bar stools
Lounge area has L shaped fixed seating including a folding bed
The kitchen area occupies the central part of the van

This is our first van which we like very much. We find it very spacious with lots of storage space. The main bedroom is massive with a double and a single wardrobe, a dressing table and bedside cabinets. We find the en suite is a great advantage when people stay with us.

The lounge area is also roomy with loads of storage under the fixed seating. The kitchen area is also very serviceable with plenty of worktop space, helped by an overhead spot for the microwave.

No central heating or double glazing, the van can be a bit draughty in the winter, but we do not have excessive condensation.

Overall we find the van to be well designed, comfortable and spacious.

Bought in 2009, we often say it is the best decision we ever made.
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Old 14-09-2011, 08:56
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great reviews guys love the blinds lol
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Old 07-12-2011, 19:36
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Thanks for the reviews folks, we have a 2006 Moonstone Super 12 X 35 I have to agree with both reviews! our van differs from Treetoppers in the bedroom, we have a fourdoor wardrobe in ours! asso in the lounge we have two sofas one under the front window and the other under the window on the right hand side, this one has a double bed that folds out, we also have a second loo! When you enter the caravan we have two cupboards on the right, one is the boiler cupboard but as Treetopper says it has loads of room, we then have a second cupboard, on the left we have the second loo, the rest sounds like the Simpsons van, I hope to put some photos up soon, just had the wooden decking along the side and across the front, we have closed it down now but will have more time there after Christmas, Johnjo.
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Old 09-12-2011, 18:42
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Default Atlas Moonstone 2003

I am going to look at one of these on a park in a couple of weeks - does anyone know if they have heating (any type) or if it doesn't how much roughly does it cost to have some type of heating added?
Many thanks
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Originally Posted by xtrailer View Post
I am going to look at one of these on a park in a couple of weeks - does anyone know if they have heating (any type) or if it doesn't how much roughly does it cost to have some type of heating added?
Many thanks
We found oil filled rads were great, and we had a halogen heater in front of gas fire..and an eleccy blanket on bed
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