Styling and space efficiency makes this cost-effective caravan a front-runner that's standing out from the crowd.
First-timer or long-term tourer on the lookout for something a little different, the Discovery D4-2 will keep wallet worries and wanderlust in perfect harmony on any pitch.
The long-term tag team of Bailey bodywork on an AL-KO chassis returns here, which will ease your mind for stability concerns even if the tourer's lightweight 995kg MTPLM doesn't.
For such a compact caravan, there's plenty of space to hang out, read or just relax in the front twin seating area as this Bailey has headroom of well over six foot.
A decent-sized (103-litre) Dometic fridge and Thetford oven/grill/three-burner hob set-up gives more than enough options for exciting dining in such a compact kitchen.
The slatted bed pulls out from the front to make up a double (1.88m x 1.72m / 6' 2" x 5' 8"), or there's the option to keep sleeping arrangements as two singles either side of the lounge (2.00m x 0.64m / 6' 7" x 2' 1").
There's always a compromise with challenges of limited space, and this is what lets the D4-2 down. Thetford cassette toilet aside, the washroom is just a shower curtain to tangle with when washing and very little space for your toiletries.
While it's no luxury apartment on wheels, at £16,199 you still get a lot of caravan for your money. Bailey's pushing the styling forward a notch with the Discovery, and the huge awning space for such a compact tourer makes for even more of a value add when it comes to the useable footprint on any pitch.