THE luxurious caravan called ‘The Funbus’ features a king-size main bed, leather seats and can even be driven.
Jonathan went to Camplify to show off his 2006 Itasca Suncruiser 38, which he describes as the perfect “home away from home.”
The huge bronze motorhome in Wakefield impresses guests with its glamorous interior.
The 38-foot-long “Funbus” features a master bedroom with a king-size bed, overhead storage and a huge mirror.
In the sleeping area, guests will also find a sink and spacious wardrobes.
HiddenBehind the door is a small bathroom that has all the amenities a guest could need.
There is a sink in front of a toilet, and the motorhome also has a spacious shower with seating.
Double beds consisting of a fold-out sofa bed and a dining bench that converts into a sleeping area provide space for at least six guests in the motorhome.
With two pull-outs, the living area is incredibly spaciousCaravan.
It features a leather double sofa lounger with footstool for ultimate comfort.
There is also a television, a DVD player and an electric fireplace – ideal for cozy relaxation on winter evenings.
The motorhome has a fully equipped kitchen with a water filter and an American style double door fridge and freezer.
Externally there is an electric awning, lighting, a built-in entertainment system, a separate external shower head system and plenty of storage space.
The motorhome even has its own solar systemplus generator, so guests don’t have to worry about a power interruption.
There is also a fire extinguisher, a smoke detector and a carbon monoxide detector on board the caravan.
The “Funbus” is available to rent on Camplify from £250 per day.
“Built as a full-time home away from home, this vehicle will not disappoint. Get ready for something very special!!” Jonathan wrote under his ad.
But there are certain rules that those who want to stay in a fancy motorhome must adhere to.
“Although there is a 3 night minimum stay, we will consider shorter stays. However, a higher price is charged for this,” he wrote.
“The tenant must be at least 29 years old,” he added.
Those who have had the opportunity to stay on the “Funbus” have left a number of rave reviews.
One said: “We had a fantastic four day holiday on the Fun Bus! The RV was exactly as it was represented.”and even better than in the photos.
“I will recommend the Fun Bus to all my friends and will definitely use it again at the next opportunity. 5 stars from me!!”
Another added: “Best van we have ever stayed in. Jonathan did his best to ensure we had a fantastic stay.”
A third agreed: “This camper made our trip. The living area and refrigerator provided excellent evening entertainment. The hot water shower and sleeping facilities have set a camping standard from now on.”
However, this is not the only luxury caravan available on the market.
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A unique ‘super caravan’ with a built-in non-tech cinema and wine cooler is worth a staggering £500,000 and has been modeled after a luxury yacht.
The 30-foot-long Caravisio Caravan can accommodate two lucky owners and looks like a futuristic capsule straight out of a sci-fi movie.