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Static caravan bedroom ideas

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Whether it's within the comfort of your own home or in your static caravan at one of our fantastic parks, for many of us the bedroom is arguably the most important room. It's a place where relaxation hits its peak, so we're here to explain what bedrooms may be on offer, what caravan layouts may be best for you and give you some ideas to bring your static caravan bedroom to the next level.

Although you are guaranteed a great sleeping space complete with all furniture needed when you purchase a caravan with us, there's always room to add an extra bit of va-va-voom. As a caravan owner, you'll naturally notice ways to improve on what you have in the bedroom. In this article, we'll offer some advice and inspiration to help make sure you pick the right layout for bedrooms, kitted out with anything and everything required. From furniture to fabrics, storage space to floor space, there are several elements and factors to consider.

En-suites, walk-in wardrobes and dressing areas

En-suites, walk-in wardrobes and dressing areas

When buying your caravan, you'll see an awe-inspiring choice of caravan layouts, all of which mean mean different things for caravan bedrooms. The location and size of the washroom, kitchen and lounge can effect the bedrooms' shape, size and features within, and the overall footprint of the caravan has an impact, too. So, it's worth looking at a variety of models to find the best bedroom space for you.

The larger the caravan, the more likely it is for the main bedroom to have extra features such as dressing tables and an en-suite shower room, however, we have seen some clever designs in smaller caravans that allow for an en-suite WC. Some of the largest and most luxurious caravan models feature glamorous walk-in wardrobes and window seats for the ultimate bedroom space.

When choosing the best layout for you, you'll factor in who will be using the holiday home with you and whether you need a two- or three-bedroom model, as well as extra bathroom facilities. It's also important to think about their location within the caravan if you value your privacy and don't want guests using your en-suite.

To help you get an idea of what's available, take a look at our caravan layouts and 360-degree scans on our caravans for sale listings.



Another bed-related consideration is seeing how much space you have to play with in each room. From permanent single or double beds to delightful bunk beds (for those with small children), there are so many ways in which you can flex what's in front of you.

You might also fancy having single or double foldable bed frames, which of course offer the flexibility of being moveable, and are particularly useful if your caravan has freestanding furniture. Remember, in the future you can always swap out the bed that came with your caravan purchase if your needs change. The types of beds you choose will determine the types of mattresses and bedding that go with it, so you'll need to consider this when thinking about your bed options.

If you're a big family or like sharing your space with friends, then you'll also be interested in the potential for sleeping in the lounge and whether you have room for a blow-up bed or sofas that a person could sleep on. The holy grail is a sofa bed and many models boast these, sleeping an extra two people. However, many sofas whether free-standing or fixed are suitable for sleeping a friend temporarily.

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Bedding and curtains

Bedding and curtains

These accessories bring vibrancy and allow you to stamp your personality on your caravan, just like they do at home. Ideally, you will want to choose beddings that match your other fabrics and accessories, such as curtains and rugs, to really bring together the room and create a more relaxed setting for the holiday home you are designing.

Perhaps our top static caravan bedroom idea in this section is to have made-to-measure curtains or blinds. Getting specialised blinds instead of net curtains means you can select your choice of fabric and pattern tailored to match your bedding, making it the icing on the cake that is your bedroom. The same thought process applies to the choice of linen, bed throws and bed runners that you may or may not opt for. All these elements combined together contribute greatly to the general atmosphere of the bedroom.

Decor, accessories and storage 

Decor, accessories and storage 

Decor, accessories and storage in a static caravan bedroom is a fine balancing act that we're on hand to help with. Caravan bedrooms are cosy and there's a need to maximise the space at hand as well as add your own personal touch in terms of style. We think these two challenges actually help solve each other.

A new headboard that matches the different fabrics within the room can dramatically impact the overall look. A lamp can serve as a nice ornamental piece while simultaneously altering the lighting, and subsequently the mood, within a bedroom. Strategically placed mirrors have a similar impact, as they have the effect of making a room look bigger than it actually is while providing another eye-catching component.

Along with different accessories and decor concepts, a few storage hacks are also a crucial element of these static caravan bedroom ideas. Permanently fixed beds with drawers underneath, as well as wardrobes, provide conventional storage space for caravan bedrooms. Owners can also install cabinets above the bed for additional storage of smaller, lighter items. Over-door hangers and mounted fabric pockets, similar to those you would install in a bathroom, could also serve as additional, easy storage options, especially for hanging heavier winter clothing.

If you have questions about buying a holiday home, please don't hesitate to contact us. Call us or request a call back, we'd love to hear from you. 

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Let2offset - make no site fee payments until 2031

Let2offset is a contractual lettings product that offers eligible owners a guaranteed letting income at a preferential rate (calculated each year) in exchange for a stipulated number of letting breaks. It also allows eligible owners to pay their site fees and receive their letting income in 12 equal monthly instalments; the monthly site fee amount charged by Haven will be after deduction of the letting income.

‘Make no site fee payments when using Let2offset until 2031’ is available at 33 Haven parks excluding Burnham, Cardigan View, Far Grange, Garreg Wen, Lydstep Beach, Riviere Sands and Seaview.  The letting income received will vary by make, model and location. The monthly site fee payment does not include running costs e.g. utilities, rates & insurance.

“Make no site fee payments when using Let2offset until 2031” is applicable to new and existing customer purchases of new Atlas Sahara 3 Bed or equivalent or superior grade holiday home purchases made through Haven where customers have also signed up to Haven’s Let2offset contract. It is not applicable to private sales and cannot be used in conjunction with our free Site Fee promotion.  It is available across 40% of eligible Parks and applies when letting a new Atlas Sahara 3 Bed holiday home (or equivalent or superior grade for 15 weeks.

An example of how “Make no site fee payments when using Let2offset until 2031” operates under Let2offset is the purchase of an Atlas Sahara 3 Bed holiday home at Primrose Valley with a monthly site fee of £585.00 (includes purchasing discount of £45) and monthly letting income of £803.67. The monthly difference equates to £218.67, which will be credited to the owner's account. Both letting income and site fees are subject to yearly pricing reviews and the monthly site fee costs and letting income shown in the example are based on 2024 figures.

Modelled assumptions on expected annual site fee and letting income charges over the 7-year lettable life of the Atlas Sahara 3 Bed indicate that under Let2offset it is anticipated that these customers will continue to receive a monthly credit during this period, however, this is not guaranteed. The modelled assumptions are based on the historical performance of Haven over the past 5 years of trading.

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