2011 Bailey Pegasus Verona Caravan Review
In terms of setting up the Bailey Pegasus Verona, its practical design makes it quite simple for a caravan of its size. The Bailey Pegasus Verona as an Al-Ko chassis, buttonless handbrake, easily accessible corner steadies, a spacious front locker, waste water outlets on the offside and mains sockets on the near.
The Bailey Pegasus Verona offers a very stylish lounge for a caravan. The mixture of walnut-coloured furniture and the burgundy soft furnishings makes for a warm area. It would perhaps feel a little cramped, if it weren?t for the ample lighting. Natural light floods in through the large windows and rooflight, while night-time lighting comes from fixed corner lights and lighting underneath the overhead lockers.
For sleeping, it is easy to convert the front lounge into a comfortable double bed, thanks to the nice fit of the sofa cushions. There?s a fixed bed on the nearside of the Bailey Pegasus Verona, which is comfortable and fairly spacious too. Lighting is good here as well, with a side window, rooflight and LED spotlights. Again, storage is ample, thanks to the locker underneath the bed, which is accessed by lifting the bed up on its gas struts.
Cooking for four in the kitchen of the Bailey Pegasus Verona is easy enough. There is a four burner gas hob, deep sink, microwave, Dometic fridge, separate grill, extractor fan and plenty of space to move around. Again, storage is abundant in this part of the Bailey Pegasus Verona, thanks to four tall lockers above the kitchen units.
You?ll find the washroom at the end of the Bailey Pegasus Verona. The separate shower feels solid and there?s plenty of legroom round the corner-mounted toilet. The Belfast sink is a nice touch, and there?s ample storage for all the holiday toiletry essentials.