19th June 2010, 8:43 AM
Recently bought an 18 year old Pennine Pullman that needed new inner tents. Contacted Barbara at Pennine and they had new new tents made using the old one's as the templates.Also needed a ridge pole making. Perfect !!! Their service is second to none. Any problems or questions reguarding your camper then don't hesitate to get in touch with these people. Thank You !!!!
15th April 2010, 6:36 AM
Dear conway, received our new cruiser platinum today , 14/04/2010,we are over the moon with the beautifully built and designed cruiser , every little detail has been taken care of. we live in cornwall ,so unfortunately there is not a local supplier for the pennine group,Reeds of blackburn supplied our cruiser. And there service was first class, the director of the company drove down today to personnally deliver our cruiser, WOW WHAT A SERVICE.congratulations to all at pennine for producing a british built caravan of such high qulity
26th October 2009, 7:43 PM
Our first folding camper was the Sterling for us and our children, but now that they've upped and left home, we downgraded to a Challenger and now own a Countryman. Absolutely brilliant. We've added our little "extra" on the zip which connects the awning to the unit, by thredding an electric tie through the hole of the zip and making a loop - its now so easy. By the way, congratulations to Andrew and all at Casey's for the best retailer award, you certainly deserve it. And Andrew, we didn't bother with the caravan; we're keeping to our Countryman. Who knows, we may upgrade and get one of the new platinum models.
15th August 2009, 2:26 PM
We have just bought a 1983 jayco laser, it is first call condition just like new, a credit to its last owner, but it goes to prove the workmanship and quality that went into it when first made.
5th May 2009, 10:47 PM
Bob & Carol (west Sussex)
we purchased a pennine pullman535 from a local camping shop, and have already had 2 great easy holidays with it, we are supprised how easy it is to put up. yhis bank holiday just gone we put the main unit up, then stopped for a cuppa and then done the awning, the only real negative is that the awning supplied does not have any way to cover the wheel arch and we are thinking of buying velcro etc.