How many berths what layout do we need?
Layouts depend on the sleeping accommodation most motorhomes are four berths but there are two up to eight berths to consider looking at layouts by makes and models is a way to find what is required. Experiencing what the layouts look like how the beds assemble and seeing just what an end kitchen with a fixed bed looks like makes a difference. The habitation space dimensions the size of the freshwater and wastewater tanks add to the overall weight the shower space varies as do kitchen areas especially on European motorhomes layouts Europeans cook outside on a barbecue in the sunshine Europeans motorhomes have rear garage space smaller kitchens.
The layout is a personal thing however the number of travelling seats and berth spaces will determine the size of motorhome required there are some key points about berths and layouts here are ten to consider;
- end bedroom space for twin beds
- end kitchen
- French or fixed bed
- Fixed beds with electric dropdowns
- Luton layout with over cab
- end washroom/bathroom
- u shaped lounge
- l shaped lounge
- full rear garage space
- A class layout with integrated cab area