Pennine Outdoor Leisure

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24th November 2013, 11:28 AM
Brian & Margaret
Salisbury/ Wiltshire
Had many types of caravans, tents, trailer tents etc, last trailer tent we had was a Raclet Solena, was a bit cramped in side bed was good. Looked on the internet at Pennine Folding Campers and found one at St Leonard's Ringwood Hampshire ( Pennine Sterling 1996 model in very good condition, one owner from new. Traded my trailer tent in exchange. Was the best thing we ever did, we love it used it twice this year, we are in our 70's and found it easy to put up and take down. If anyone is thinking about owning one, don't change your mind get it; there are good bargains to be had if you are prepared to travel.

31st October 2013, 8:26 PM
Just bought a pullman folding camper using a well known bidding site.
Wish I had one of these a long while ago.
Not been away yet
Gas leak fixed (another story), new door needed, I'm just making it.
Just one very happy person, like a littke boy with a new toy.

31st July 2013, 11:42 AM
David & Kay
Well, what can we say, we are hugely dissapointed..........­we have only had our Pennine Pullman (serial number P108591) for 22 years and it is nearing the end of it's useful life !! We have used it several times a year through out this time, towed it thousand of miles, our kids grew up as 'campers' and we have never had the luxury of keeping it in a garage - not bad eh? A true testomonial - can anyone beat it?? We're thinking of replacing it soon, but it'll probably go on another year. Funny thing - we say that each year !!!

17th March 2013, 6:26 PM
gary pickering
we started with a conway cruiser 2000 then went to a caravan for 5 years now were back a to folding camper we started again with a PENNINE FIESTA 2003 then pennine sterling 2005 then pennine pathfinder blue 2008 now we have a conway crusader 2010 it is the best folding camper we have had all the camp sites we go on they all say it looks great and so easy to put up for weeks way or quick weekend with just the cabin up the new awning canvas is so easy to dry and clean and it stores in are garage when not in use and saves on storage costs

27th January 2013, 3:27 PM
We have a Pennine pathfinder purchased in 2007, on holiday on the north west coast of Scotland in the spring of 2011 the gales came, the local weather station recorded 90 miles per hour winds. During the day the camper was rocking and shacking we wondered if the camper could survive. That night it was imposable to sleep in the camper, we moved the car so that it was sheltered from the winds, so that we could spend the night in the car. After having a very restless nights sleep we awakened wondering if the camper had survived. On rounding the corner there it was it had survived, on inspection the only damage was a elastic band for one of the windows. If it can survive the north of Scotland weather it can survive any thing. So if you have any worriers if the campers are any good in high winds take my word for it it is.

15th January 2013, 4:33 PM
Dave and Nikie Price
Shrewsbury Shropshire
We bought our 2009 Crusader in October 2011. Since then we have holidayed in high winds (Oxford), driving rain (New Forrest) and 40oC heat (France). The kids and us love it. It's also a good conversation maker as people are inquisitive as to how it works. I never tire of the look on peoples faces when they see inside. Its a brilliant piece of kit.

20th August 2012, 12:25 PM
Got a Pennine Sterling 510 Brought it in 2006 second hand year of manufacture 2003 , we love it, had some brill holiday in it and some rainy ones, easy to,tow,& erect.Its a toss up next year a new car or new camper. Are you thinking of getting a camper then go for it, either dealer or web site, if its web site, go and see it, and not just folded, put it up, have a tow with it, dont pay a penny till you have had time to go home and think it over and had a look at some dealer sites.

7th August 2012, 9:26 PM
steven leckey
sunny scunny
Bought our 2002 pennine pullman 4 yrs ago it is the best thing we ever did it allows us to go away every weekend,its easy to tow easy to store and when you need parts {very rarely as well made} pennine have been very good.Would love the new campers when the pennies allow.

5th July 2012, 3:36 PM
David and carol wales
We are on our third Pennine folding camper, In the past we have had an aztec, a fiesta and our present one is a sterling, we think they are great, easy to tow and store, and once you get in to a routine the main cabin unit of our sterling can be up in 20 mins, would recommend them.

7th June 2012, 3:20 PM
David Timson
Owners Club Chairman
We are on our third Pennine Folding Camper and have owned one since 1994. We have always loved using this equipment and have belonged to the Pennine Owners club since 1995, why not give it a go when you buy.

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