The world's first Royal Caravan
Come on in and take a virtual look around the world's first and only Royal Caravan.
The finery of Buckingham Palace comes to Cayton Bay Holiday Park. This extra-wide opulent static home celebrates the marvellous Queen Elizabeth II and sits amongst a traditional British seaside setting just outside of Scarborough.
The regal caravan comprises of a plush drawing room accented with a chaise longue, decadent chandelier and monumental thrones to command from. Although the open-plan kitchen is no place for a royal, this filigree laced haven turns any task into a fairytale.
Embracing the noble life, the Royal Caravan’s corridor is adorned in portraits of the lady of the house herself Queen Elizabeth II on the way to the ultimate throne - a solid gold toilet. When nature calls, it doesn’t matter who you are.
Take a tour of one’s royal crib with Queen Lizzie and the whole family to see the splendour for yourself. A static home that has a sparkle like Markle.
Features & Design
From the finest velvets and silks to golden touches and a gilded toilet, the Royal Caravan is the epitome of luxury, with the sumptuous style you’d expect from Her Majesty’s holiday home.
Ascend the throne
With its iconic design, the Royal Caravan is like no other. The Queen can take a seat on the throne and relax in true style. The caravan will be cosy in the colder months and in the summer you might spot Lizzie opening the french doors to survey the surroundings.
A touch of class
Living the luxury lifestyle means the essentials come with a touch of class. Inside the Royal Caravan there’s a walk-in wardrobe, plush bedding, space for one’s rare wine collection, a golden toilet and a fridge with space to be stocked with the world’s finest confectionery.