Press Release: March 16, 2010
Norfolk caravans are available with brand new and used caravans and motorhomes to choose from. GreenTrees Adventure Store boasts one of the largest stocks in the region with an impressive number of new caravans including the latest models from Bailey Abbey, Swift and Compass.
You cannot beat the feeling of driving a new caravan along the open road. Top of the range Norfolk caravans are both lavish and comfortable. However, these also carry a significant financial outlay and taking the plunge requires a modicum of prior consideration.
It is also possible to hire Norfolk caravans. With the number of English people deciding to remain within the country borders for summer holidays, a caravan holiday looks all the more appealing. VisitEngland released figures in July 2009 that showed that the number of Britons this year that chose to stay in the UK for their holiday rose by around 25% on that of 2008. Similar figures are predicted for the coming year and holidaymakers are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment this summer.
Purchasing your first Norfolk caravan in 2010 is more than just the caravan itself. New owners must bear in mind the numerous caravan accessories that are vitally important in the upkeep of a motorhome.
Using your budget wisely is imperative to buy the most cost-effective motorhome for your leisure. Choosing a smaller motor vehicle leads to more efficient fuel consumption and this needs to be a definite consideration if you plan on using your wheels on a day-to-day basis.
A variety of Norfolk caravans are tailored for use across the calendar. With insulation and double skin floors, some homes can provide excellent heat retention in the winter months once again your choice is dependent on the length and time of your holiday excursions.
For a quality buying experience for everything outdoors including Norfolk caravans, motorhomes & outdoor living, visit http://www.greentrees-adventurestore.co.uk.
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