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Vikenze II
Dashaway e caravan
Dashaway to Shetland
Skurry

Current Models

Vikenze II

VIKENZE II on Fiat Qubo (most to be built on used vehicles with considerable savings). The Vikenze II is a dedicated single berth camper that has been designed for one person to go camping with as much comfort, convenience and ease of use as possible in a compact vehicle that can also do double duty as an economical little car with two seats for travelling in the front only - although there is room for a friend to join for a cuppa when on site!  A Tailgate awning is available from Khy... (View More)

Dashaway e caravan

Wheelhome DASHAWAY 'e' caravan.   From £19,650 for the one berth and £23,825 for the two berth. A high quality little touring caravan quite simply unlike anything else on the market.  Designed specifically to meet the challenges and demands of the latest and forthcoming vehicle legislation/technology to allow you to enjoy your leisure time, not just today but for the future too. Future-proof caravanning has arrived! Tow-able by most little cars, ... (View More)

Skurry

See October 2014 issue of MMM magazine for a road test of the Skurry.  See August 2013 issue of Which Motorhome magazine, it carried an "Economy test" of a variety of campers, including the Skurry. A selection of quotes from that test;  "If we'd broadened our economy remit to include aspects of the conversions, too, there's little doubt this (the Wheelhome Skurry) would have been our overall winner" "49.1 mpg" - Skurry "It's also true to say the Skurry has almost infinitely... (View More)

Dashaway to Shetland

Dashaway to: Shetland!  ("No ordinary holiday"). This report is dedicated to Tara, “The Wheelhome dog”, who sadly passed away just a few months after this trip. Shetland was to be a rather fitting last adventure for her.   June/July 2018, Stephen Wheeler (and his Sheltie collie, Tara) of Wheelhome took the ground-breaking new and exciting all electric Dashaway e caravan to the stunning Shetland Isles.  Heavy rain and strong winds were expected.  Howeve... (View More)