Motorhome & Caravan Accessory Outlets

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  1. BeeSea

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    We've just set off on our first MH trip (4 month lap of the UK) from the Midlands and we "provisioned" our new-to-us MH at Jacksons of Arley just outside Cov/Nuneaton. Excellent store/range and prices. After 2 weeks we now know what else we need (!) so need suggestions as to where we can find a large and extensive supplier down in Somerset/Devon/Cornwall. Do we know of a listing of the MH/Van accessory superstores around the country??

    Thanks :)
     
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    The company details I'm placing I have never used them before, and not sure what your looking for, so I'm posting it purely for info, if it helps good, if not no probs, I have no connection with them at all, but looking at something I want to purchase from them in the near future

    www.somersetcamping.co.uk
     
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    What do you actually need? Quite often you can buy things much more cheaply in supermarkets and other independent shops. As soon as you say "caravan/motorhome" it adds a few quid to the price!

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    Agree Jacksons of Old Arley have a great stock of accessories and staff very helpful.
    Have a great trip, may see you somewhere as we are going to be travelling around UK for three months.
    Only picked up our motorhome two weeks ago. Great so happy.
     
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    Err - Jackson's is local to us and we live diagonally opposite Pedleys Caravans - and we actually find these days that quite a few things are as cheap, sometimes cheaper, in Pedleys TBH. Admittedly they are not as big and don't stock the variety of stuff that Jackson's do - but even so, it's sadly still a shadow of its former self these days.

    Used to go in there just for a look and would always find something I hadn't realised I needed LOL - that's not the case these days, simply because the amount of stock - and what they stock - has reduced so much. probably because there are far fewer manufacturers, I expect so - which is also sad.

    They do tend to be a tad more knowledgeable at Old Arley though.

    Wasn't there somewhere elsewhere - Cotswold Camping was it?? - that was equally huge?
     
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