If you’re shopping for a 4 berth motorhome, there’s a huge selection of makes, models and layouts for you to choose from. To help you narrow down your search for a 4 berth motorhome, we’ve picked out 10 of the best motorhomes that we’ve reviewed in recent seasons.

Whatever your priorities when shopping for your ideal motorhome, whether you want something compact and easy too manoeuvre, or the ultimate in luxury and spaciousness, there’s a ‘van on this list that could be ideal for you.

There’s also something for all budgets, and many of the motorhomes below have flexible kit packages that you can add on to make sure you’re getting the specification that you want, without paying for kit that you don’t need.

Buyer’s Guide – Best 4 berth motorhomes

Swift Edge 494 (2020)

  • Price £49,805
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.32m
  • Width 2.39m

As winner of our Best Budget Motorhome Award, the Swift Edge 494 is a cleverly designed starter motorhome, perfect for first timers. With an island bed at the rear and an overcab bed at the front, it sleeps four comfortably, but would also work well for couples that may want to use that overcab area for extra storage.

While it may not have high-end finishes, this entry-level ‘van has plenty of kit, and the whole motorhome feels classy and more luxurious than you’d expect from the price tag.

BUY IF… You’re looking for a great value ‘van with plenty of space for 4

PROs:
Island bed
Reasonable payload
Plenty of storage space

CONs:
The price options could add up

Read more in our Swift Edge 494 review from the Motorhome of the Year Awards.

Rapido M96 (2020)

  • Price £87,800
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.54m
  • Width 2.35m

This high-end A-class has plenty of attractive features for those with a healthy budget, and a long list of optional extras that you can add on to create your ideal motorhome.

It impressed our Motorhome of the Year Awards judges so much that it scooped the award for Best Innovation.

Based on the Mercedes Sprinter, this ‘van has a large rear island bed and a drop-down double over the lounge area. The central kitchen is well-equipped and makes an efficient use of space, and the washroom, across the centre of the ‘van, should be plenty large enough.

BUY IF… You’re looking for a high-end motorhome that you can tailor to become the ‘van of your dreams.

PROs:
Feeling of space
Design innovation
A number of options and upgrades

CONs:
Basin a little shallow in the washroom
Shower has just one, small, plug hole

Read the full Rapido M96 review for more details.

Dreamer Living (2020)

  • Price £53,000
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3599kg
  • Length 6.35m
  • Width 2.05m

Dreamer, a sub-brand of Rapido, has brought to the UK market an impressive van conversion, based on a Fiat Ducato. It’s an impressive offering, with a spacious rear lounge, midships kitchen and washroom, and a front dinette.

The washroom in particular has some clever design – a system called Modul’Space – which gives both a generous wardrobe and ample space for showering.

This 4 berth motorhome has both a large double bed that can be made up from that rear lounge, and a comfortable drop-down double above the front dinette. Quite a feat in such a compact motorhome. As such, it’s no surprise that this ‘van scooped the Best Rear-Lounge Model award in our Motorhome of the Year Awards.

BUY IF… You’re looking for a cleverly designed van conversion with space for four.

PROs:
Comfortable rear lounge
Separate dining space
Ready for all-season touring

CONs:

Find out more in our full Dreamer Living van review.

Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 920 EK (2019)

  • Price £160,390
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 7200kg
  • Length 9.27m
  • Width 2.4m

If you’re looking for ultimate luxury and have plenty of cash, this highly polished motorhome could be for you. Built by German manufacturer Niesmann+Bischoff, known for their high-quality finishes, this A-class has an impressive spec level and an enormous payload.

This is more of a luxury apartment on wheels, albeit with a standard enough rear-twin-beds layout and a drop-sown double over the cab providing the four berths. There’s also a very generous garage, and plenty of payload for you to make use of it with extra kit.

The washroom is also generously-sized, complete with an upgraded toilet with holding tank, a huge shower compartment, and the ability to create a full-width washroom with space for dressing. These are just some of the high-end aspects of this motorhome.

BUY IF… You want the ultimate in luxury and are comfortable driving a large vehicle.

PROs:
High-end finishes
Generous kit level
Large payload for all your accessories

CONs:
You’ll need to check your licence restrictions

Read the full review of the Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 920 EK to find out what other luxuries this ‘van boasts.

Bailey Advance 76-2T (2020)

  • Price £47,999
  • Berth 4
  • Travel seats 2
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.57m
  • Width 2.5m

As part of Bailey’s entry-level Advance range, this motorhome is based on a Peugeot Boxer and boasts an end washroom, fixed-single-beds layout that also appears in the mid-market Alliance range.

In terms of kit, for an entry-level ‘van it is pretty impressive given the price tag, and both storage and payload are practical. It would certainly make a very comfortable motorhome for a couple going on tour, and can easily accommodate additional overnight guests, but they’ll have to make their own way to the destination, as there are only 2 belted travel seats.

BUY IF… You’ll be taking occasional overnight guests and want a spacious motorhome for touring as a couple.

PROs:
Great fixed beds
Sideboard with TV sockets

CONs:
Lack of storage for dry foods in the kitchen

Find out more in our full review of the Bailey Advance 76-2T, including why it may be more suited to a couple taking on occasional guests.

Chausson 520 (2020)

  • Price £49,910
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 5.99

This low-profile offering from Chausson scooped our Best Compact Motorhome award at the most recent Motorhome of the Year Awards. It has taken the hugely popular Maxi Lounge layout and put it into a compact, easy to manoeuvre, sub-6m ‘van.

It offers a layout that feels spacious, and includes a comfortable lounge, a luxurious washroom, a comfortable fixed bed and some thoughtful design touches. The only thing perhaps missing is the large garage that the three other Maxi Lounge models boast.

BUY IF… You’re looking for a spacious feel in a sub-6m ‘van.

PROs:
Clever use of space in a sub-6m’van
High-spec washroom

CONs: Storage is less plentiful than other ‘vans in the range

Find out more about why the Chausson 520 was so popular with our Motorhome of the Year Awards judges.

Mobilvetta Kea P65 (2020)

  • Price £69,996
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.38m
  • Width 2.35m

The combination of continental good looks and UK-friendly touches make this an attractive proposition for those looking for a comfortable 4 berth motorhome. This particular model has twin single beds at the rear, an L-shaped kitchen and a fairly well-equipped offside washroom.

While there’s plenty of storage lockers and a rear garage (complete with mains socket and lighting), you’ll need to be very careful to stick within the 270kg payload.

This is a highly versatile motorhome, with attractive styling and a more powerful 160bhp engine that is a definite bonus.

BUY IF… You’re looking for an attractive coachbuilt with a modern and stylish feel.

PROs:
Lots of storage space
UK-friendly
Plenty of kit as standard

CONs:
Not much payload to play with

Find out more about the Mobilvetta Kea P65 in our full review.

Auto-Trail Adventure 65 (2020)

  • Price £58,895
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 6.36m
  • Width 2.27m

This innovative campervan took the Best Rising Roof Camper award in our 2020 Motorhome of the Year Awards, and for good reason.

Based on the Fiat Ducato, this ‘van has a make-up bed in the rear as well as the roof bed above the front lounge, which makes this a truly versatile camper.

That upper bed has a sprung mattress, reading lights and USB sockets, and it can be sealed off if you want to send the kids to bed early without them being disturbed while you relax in the rear lounge.

The ‘van also has a compact kitchen, which benefits from an underslung gas tank to make the most of potential storage space.

BUY IF… You’re looking for a rising-roof campervan that would suit a young family.

PROs:
Excellent rising roof
Modern washroom

CONs:
Kitchen is a little tight

See more about this award-winning ‘van in our review of the Auto-Trail Adventure 65.

Bürstner Lyseo 690 G (2020)

  • Price £72,125
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 2
  • MTPLM 3880kg
  • Length 6.99m
  • Width 2.32m

Based on the Mercedes Sprinter, the 660 model has a rear French bed and a corner washroom, while the 690 G that we have reviewed has rear fixed single beds. With only 2 travel seats, this may not make a great family ‘van, but it’s great for couples that will have occasional visitors.

Upmarket touches include rear-wheel drive, an elegant cocktail cabinet and a 142-litre slimline fridge. If you don’t go for the optional drop-down double above the lounge, you also benefit from a large rooflight as well as the overcab sunroof.

BUY IF… You’re a couple that will have the occasional visitors, but want an elegant and comfortable ‘van.

PROs:
Elegant and comfortable
Good washroom for this layout

CONs:
Storage limited if travelling with more than two people

To find out if this motorhome could work for you, read our full review of the Bürstner Lyseo.

Adria Matrix Axess 520 ST (2020)

  • Price £56,865
  • Berths 4
  • Travel seats 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 5.97m
  • Width 2.3m

For a sub-6m motorhome, the Matrix has great space-saving design details, such as the drop-down double bed and the configuration of the 3-burner hob and sink that still allows plenty of workspace.

Even the washroom has been impeccably designed, with a bench toilet, fold-down sink and storage for the ladder for the bed, which doubles as a drying rack.

There are plenty of option packs available to make this your dream motorhome, but this will drive up the price.

BUY IF… You’re looking for top-drawer build quality and clever design in a compact ‘van.

PROs:
For a compact motorhome, it’s very spacious
Drop-down bed saves a lot of space
Cleverly designed washroom

CONs:
All those option packs could be costly
Could do with more kit in the kitchen

Our full review of the Matrix Axess 520 ST details more of this motorhome’s great design.

If you don’t need all four berths of these models, and think a two berth motorhome could suit your touring style better, we’ve also rounded up 10 of the best 2 berth motorhomes to help kick-start your research. Campervans more your thing? There’s also a round-up of 10 best campervan converters to take a look at. 


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