Bailey Phoenix 644
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This four-berth layout with a spacious double bedroom is perfect for a family or a couple who want the flexibility of hosting a guest or two.
Bailey Phoenix 644 Top Features
- Four berths with fixed double in the bedroom.
- Spacious rear bathroom with shower cubicle.
- New furniture finishes, soft furnishings and ambient lighting.
- Thetford and Dometic kitchen appliances.
- Updated exterior with new graphics, colour scheme and alloy wheels.
Living and Sleeping
The large bedroom features a fixed double bed with a foam mattress and wardrobes on either side. The second double bed is made up by converting the seating in the living area at the front of the caravan. This is a spacious area with large windows and a generous skylight opening up the room further. It’s relaxing during the day and a cosy second bedroom at night.
The kitchen has been cleverly designed to make the most of the space with a drop down hob cover extending the worktop space. Drawers, overhead lockers and cupboards provide plenty of storage space and it’s kitted out with a full range of top appliances. You’ll find a Thetford K-series combined oven, grill and hob and a Dometic refrigerator fitted as standard. There’s also a Dometic microwave for quick and easy meals and a sink with a drainer.
Through the bedroom, you’ll find the well-equipped bathroom. This features a shower cubicle, complete with a powerful yet economical Ecocamel showerhead. There’s also a Thetford C-260 cassette toilet and a hand basin.
4 BERTH, SIDE ISLAND BED END WASHROOM
- Internal length 5.84m
- Shipping length 7.36m
- Overall width 2.21m
- Awning size 1035cm
- MTPLM 1395kg
- MRO 1240kg
To find out more about the Phoenix 644 or to arrange a viewing, simply fill out the form below, or give us a call on 01454 318374.
If the 644 isn't the right model for you, there are three other four berth caravans in the Phoenix+ range for you to explore: