This wonderfully unique holiday home is available in two and three bedroom options each with two toilets as standard.
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Atlas Moonstone 2014
An affordable entry-level holiday home, the Moonstone is available with a variety of high quality features usually only found on more luxurious models including central heating and double glazing as standard.
To provide extra living space, the spacious lounge and dining area with large L-shape seating with fold-out bed is complemented by a hideaway folding dining table and stools. A glass flame effect electric fire complements this stylish living area.
With both two and three bedroom options available each with two toilets as standard, the Moonstone has a unique and imaginative family friendly layout.
Atlas Moonstone 2012
The Atlas Moonstone is a wonderful holiday home with lots of stylish features and obvious appeal. The cosy, well-furnished living area, with sofa-style seating, adjoins a modern fitted kitchen with striking two-colour cabinetwork, perfect for creating family meals or cooking for friends.
The comfortable dinette-style dining area is a standard feature; there is also the option of a freestanding dining table and upholstered chairs. With a choice of four different layouts, you can choose the holiday home to suit your needs and add that personal touch to make it your own.
The Atlas Moonstone is also available as a used caravan holiday home - though styles will vary for earlier year models
Reviews of Holidays Homes
Posted by Liz and Roy Corbett, Posted on 11/03/2011
Likes: I feel very much like at home in this caravan, enough room to have your own space, if you want. The site is great for access to Clacton and surrounding areas
Posted by Mr & Mrs Berrisford, Posted on 25/01/2011
Likes: It was very nice and homely and the large bedroom window let lots of sun in making it nice and warm. A pleasure to stay in.
Dislikes: Nothing whatsoever.
Posted by mr and mrs cd & s woodin, Posted on 18/06/2011
Likes: we like our caravan because it is very large and plenty of room.also we made some very nice friends by us who are always there if we need help.
Posted by mr glayzer and mrs watson, Posted on 05/11/2011
Atlas Redwood SuperShow
Likes: its spacious comfortable and has the benefit of having to w/c and a half bath which my partner loves
Posted by Richard & Shirley Lathleiff, Posted on 25/09/2010
Likes: We love our cherished caravan, it's our second home, although it's getting on in years like ourselves, we have looked after it with love and care.
Dislikes: It's age.
Posted by Tim & Caroline, Posted on 10/09/2010
Likes: Space and bedrooms is very good
Dislikes: Soft furnishings
Posted by Sheila & Gordon Hicks, Posted on 11/11/2010
Likes: A lovely spacious unit, the layout suits our requirements. It accomodates 6 persons fairly easily. Our guests love it.
Dislikes: Guttering is not the best, and needs to be adjusted to be able to fit downpipes to allow the collection of rainwater.
Posted by a holiday home owner, Posted on 12/09/2010
Likes: Although this van is not a top of the range model, it is still very nice. Having three bedrooms is very handy, as when friends or family stay it usually means they have a bed to sleep in and not have to use the put up bed in the lounge. Also having the toilet separate from the shower is good if you get caught short.
Dislikes: The one downside to this van is the lack of space. Having the third bedroom is handy, but it means the kitchen is quite narrow and the lounge area can seem crampt if there is more than six people staying at the van.
Posted by Richard Hill, Posted on 25/11/2010
Likes: Its cosy and quaint. It has 3 bedrooms giving space for a big family. The wooden decor is cosy and gives a warm feel
Dislikes: seperate bathroom and toilet, windows now cause draft which is to be expected in the older caravan.
Posted by Richard and Linda Larden, Posted on 14/09/2010
Likes: First Caravan we have ever owned. Used to holiday in devon, with a reasonable size caravan, but getting our own we wanted a much larger caravan. We fell in love with this one, as soon as the sales person showed us it. Doesn't feel like a caravan, more of a home. Feels very comfortable.
Dislikes: Only things we would have really loved on this is the lack of central heating and double glazing. The heaters are small in the bedrooms, and don't feel like you get a great deal of heat from them. However since decking installed, it seems to keep out a lot of the draughts.
Atlas caravans for sale at Park Holidays UK
All prices shown include VAT (where applicable)
£24,995 or £396 pcm
- 35 ft
- 12 ft
- 35 ft
- 12 ft
£26,995 or £428 pcm
- 32 ft
- 12 ft
* Subject to status. Representative example including siting, connections and this seasons pitch fees: Cash price £10000. Deposit £1000, amount of finance £9000.00. Charge for credit £4063.50. 84 monthly payments of £155.52. Representative APR 11.9%. Total amount payable £14063.50. Subject to status, written details on request.
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