If you’re overwhelmed by the number of touring caravans on the market, don’t worry; we’re here to help! We’ll give you a list of the Best Caravan Brands.
Before you decide on which caravan layout you would prefer, it’s worth familiarising yourself with the different caravan manufacturers.
There is a wide range of caravan manufacturers in both the UK and Europe to choose from – before you head off to your local caravan dealership check out our round-up of the best caravan brands.
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Adria is a leading manufacturer of touring caravans based in Sudbury, Suffolk. They produce touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans.
Their range of touring caravans offers a blend of modern aesthetics, functionality, and reliability, making them a favourite choice for many caravan enthusiasts around the world.
Within the caravan range, they currently have four models;
- Alpina – 4 berth, 2 layouts
- Adora – 4 – 6 berth, 3 layouts
- Action – 2 berth, 1 layout
- Altea – 2 – 6 berth, 4 layouts
Bailey of Bristol began in 1948 when the founder, Martin Bailey, designed and produced the first Bailey caravan.
Their touring caravans are renowned for their durability, luxurious interiors, and pioneering features, solidifying Bailey’s reputation as one of the top caravan brands in the industry.
The company has grown from strength to strength with 20 plus models available across 5 different ranges;
- Alicanto Grande
- Pegasus Grande SE
Part of the Erwin Hymer Group, located in County Durham, the Buccaneer brand is known for producing luxury caravans.
With a focus on opulent interiors, advanced technology, and superior build quality, Buccaneer has established itself as a leading choice for those seeking a high-end caravan experience.
The range includes 5 models;
- Aruba – 6 berth
- Commodore – 4 berth
- Cruiser – 4 berth
- Barracuda – 4 berth
- Bermuda – 4 berth
Coachman, located in Hull, has been making caravans since 1986.
Coachman has carved a niche in the caravan industry by consistently delivering products that combine innovation with traditional craftsmanship.
They have 5 ranges with a total of 24 models to choose from;
- Acadia – 2, 3, 4 and 5 berth
- VIP – 2, 3 and 4 berth
- Laser – 3 or 4 berth
- Laser Xcel – 4 berth
- Lusso – 4 berth
Eldiss are also a part of the Erwin Hymer Group. They manufacture touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans.
Elddis, a revered name in the caravan world, has been crafting high-quality touring caravans for decades, blending modern design elements with practical features.
They have 3 different ranges with a total of 16 models to choose from;
- Avante – 2, 4, 5 and 6 berth
- Affinity – 2 and 4 berth
- Crusader – 4 berth
Lunar, based in Preston. Their brand is synonymous with lightweight and innovative design. They have been a stalwart in the caravan industry, offering models that perfectly balance style with functionality.
They offer 4 different ranges;
- Clubman – 2, 3 and 4 berth
- Taurus – 4 and 6 berth
- Quasar – 2 and 4 berth
- Alaria – 4 and 6 berth
Lunar caravans also have the following standalone models;
- Ariva – 2 berth
- Stellar – 2 berth
- Delta TI – 4 berth
Swift began in 1964 when the founder, Ken Smith, built his first touring caravan, named ‘The Ten.’
The Swift Group have grown from strength to strength and now produce not only a wide range of touring caravans, but also motorhomes and holiday homes (check out our list of static caravan manufacturers).
Swift have thought of everything with their range of touring caravans, with an option for all types of caravanners;
- Sprite Compact – 2 berth
- Sprite – 7 models, 2 – 6 berth
- Sprite Super – 3 models, 4 – 6 berth
- Challenger – 5 models, 2 – 4 berth
- Challenger X – 4 models, 4 berth
- Conqueror – 4 models, 2 – 4 berth
- Elegance – 3 models, 4 berth
- Swift Basecamp – 3 models, 2 – 6 berth