The New Delta Belgravia Reviewed

Delta’s top of the range Belgravia offers great value.

Delta Belgravia

Value is at the heart of Delta’s policy, though the company also likes to emphasise ‘Quality and Craftsmanship’. Here we’re looking at the top-of-the-range Belgravia.

The Belgravia has an exceptional feature in the lounge in the shape of a very attractive seating arrangement. There’s an L-shaped sofa and matching armchair, beautifully upholstered with cream fabric cushions and leather or leatherette frames and bases. The lounge colour scheme is, as almost everywhere this year, brown and beige.

The kitchen in the Delta Belgravia

The large mirror over the stainless steel fireplace is in brown, too, along with the pelmets over the vertical blinds.

This lounge is a very uncluttered, rather masculine space, with just the TV unit in the corner and acres of walking or dancing room. Lighting is by overhead spots in the vaulted ceiling.

The living area is open plan, with a well-designed kitchen that is a good and useable shape, in light wood effect finish. The new must-have – a very large fridge-freezer – is integrated. Adjacent is the dining area complete with four leather chairs and oval-shaped dining table.

The Belgravia's lounge area

At the conventional ‘other end’ of the holiday home is the sleeping and ablutions area. The master bedroom is across the whole of the end and is light and pleasant. It has a large and deep window with venetian blinds and token ‘curtains’ to soften the effect. A wall-full of wardrobes and drawers should satisfy the hoarders, but the niceties are also thought of in the dressing area, with large stool and mirror, and space for a TV up aloft facing the bed.

The bed itself is a divan with a storage drawer. The bedhead is generous in leather and there are two conveniently placed lights, and bedside cabinets. Above the lights are two glass-fronted units for display items.

The bedroom in the Belgravia

The twin bedroom has metal bed bases, is average in size, but has borrowed space niftily from the neighbouring bedroom, so that the wardrobe is set into the wall, giving the impression of a bit more room. There are also overbed cupboards and shelves.

The shower room is spacious and has access either from the hall or the master bedroom. Modern touches include the round basin set into a useful storage cupboard, a wide shower and an angled toilet to make the most of the space. Planked effect vinyl flooring matches that in the kitchen.


Delta’s caravans are for those with a practical turn of mind, where price matters and storage is vital in large quantities. They are open plan, so the cook can join in the conversation or watch the TV between chopping the carrots, but sufficiently luxurious to function as a welcoming home away from home.

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