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COASTER 8 BERTH HOLIDAY HOME

8 berth Holiday Home

Large 38ft x 12ft holiday home

Accommodation

One double bedroom, two twin bedded rooms

Dog free holiday home

This is one of our dog free holiday homes

Coaster holiday home new for the 2020 season is a very spacious 38ft x 12ft, three bedroomed 8 berth caravan with central heating, double glazing through out designed to a very high spec, contemporary modern electric fire in lounge area and also having two bathrooms for convenience living.

The kitchen has ample storage in its wall and base units with cooker hood fitted over electric oven and gas hob, complete with large fridge freezer and microwave.

The spacious open plan living makes for a comfortable place to relax and spend time with family and friends whilst the bright and practical interiors mean you can enjoy this holiday home all year round as is fully fitted with central heating and full double glazing.

The one thing that sets this holiday home apart from all the rest is the introduction of an enclosed entrance porch which means you no longer need to bring the outside in with you after a long walk on the beach or in the mountains. There is space to hang your coats and leave your shoes before entering the warmth and cosiness of your caravan.

With premium build quality, spacious kitchen/ diner, two twin rooms and a generous spacious seating area in the lounge there is no reason not to consider the Coaster 8 berth as you holiday home outside Decking Area with Garden Furniture. Plus Electricity & gas included, duvets & pillows provided however please bring your own bed linen & towels

FACILITIES

DOUBLE FOLD OUT BED
POWER SHOWER AND BASIN
SECOND TOILET AND BASIN
FULL CENTRAL HEATING
DOUBLE GLAZING
FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN
FRIDGE/FREEZER
TV WITH FREEVIEW
DVD PLAYER
OUTSIDE DECKING AREA
FREE WIFI
HOB, GAS OVEN & MICROWAVE

COASTER GALLERY

From £87 per night

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