Bringing you the expert word on motorhomes and motorhome life since 1986. Which Motorhome & Caravan is an authoritative voice on all things motorhome and caravan related.
Found within the pages of this magazine are extensive tests and reviews of the latest caravans and motorhomes. There is also news on new developments and great features on how to make the best of limited space. Buying your caravan is, of course, only the first part covered – Which Motorhome also gives advice on the best places to take it, and what to do when you arrive – a great publication for those who appreciate a free-wheeling lifestyle.
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It took us a while here at Newsstand to be able to appreciate the caravan or motorhome lifestyle. After all, we do appreciate solid walls and floors, a decent bit of space and somewhere easy to cook. These things all seem to be simpler in a cottage or hotel, and when you drive there you surely have as much flexibility.
Then it hit us. No matter how wonderfully convenient or delightfully situated, a holiday cottage or hotel can never quite feel like home. A motorhome not only affords you the freedom to travel where you want, when you want, but it allows you to bring a sense of cosiness, familiarity and homeliness with you. Now, this of course might not be for everyone – we do appreciate those who like to get absorbed into a new location – but we can certainly see the benefits of bringing a little bit of home with you on your trip. Sleep in a familiar bed, cook your own food in your own comfortable environment yet in a paradoxically exotic locale, whether in the beautiful English countryside or perched on the edge of a precipice in Peru. The sense of reliability that only bringing with you that little slice of home can give you may well be the best thing about the trip. NB