The Kentmere’s half glazed side entrance door leads into the kitchen/dining area which looks big and has a luxury feel to it with a fiver burner hob, cooker hood, and a double oven with a grill. We liked the shaped splash back behind the hob, the integral blinds within the windows each side of it and the round sink. We thought the wine glass holder and wine bottle holder made the best use of space. The table and chairs were tucked into a corner; it might be a tad tight to seat four people with ease.
In the static caravan’s lounge, bold colour choices, like chocolate and red curtains hanging at the windows and French doors, and chunky furniture featured, with contemporary low level storage units as a contrast.
The master bedroom had a 5ft lift up double bed with a luxurious looking padded headboard, coordinating bed linen and sill length curtains. Each bedside cabinet had a light over it. We were surprised to find walk-in wardrobe and a chest of drawers and there was storage in the dressing table too. A neat en-suite shower room complemented the bedroom and there is a family shower room too.
Plush padded headboards in duck egg blue, as in the master bedroom, gave the twin bedroom an open and modern feel, and the bedding sets for both bedrooms come as standard.
The ABI Kentmere static caravan was first introduced to the public in 2010 and the model we saw was a prototype; a few design tweaks made to it since then as a result of feedback from several sources have improved it. The two bedroom model we saw had a dividing wall between the kitchen/diner and lounge area, but this can be opened into one open plan room and this would give more room for the dining table.
Wine rack in the kitchen
Wine glass storage in the kitchen
The tech spec
40ft x 12ft
Three bedroom version is available
uPVC double glazing
Extra insulation from 25mm to 50mm in the roof
Full central heating
Optional design features;
Fixed front windows
Open plan kitchen/dining/living area
Space saving twin beds
The Kentmere static caravan, is built to EN 1647 (leisure use standard) therefore is not intended for residential occupancy.