Two new Bailey Adamo models graced the Bailey stand at the Motorhome and Caravan Show at the NEC last week.

The two models, both four berths with the option of two- or four-berth travel seats, bring the total number of models in Bristol’s Continental-inspired range to five.

The 75-4T has fixed single beds behind a washroom spread across the centre of the van. Like all Adamo models it is based on a Ford Transit, but it’s not a flat floor: there are two steps up, first to the washroom and then to the beds at the back, which are separate as singles and cannot be merged into a double. You do get a good size central bedside table.

The 60-4, meanwhile, has an end washroom with a rear washroom, and comes with an overall body length of just over 6m, so it should be relatively easy to park.

Inside you can expect a more Continental style than with conventional Bailey models, with light, warm wood finish to the lockers and darker edging.

See how Peter Baber got on when taking our new long-term loan, the Bailey Adamo 75-4I, for its first trip.

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