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Folding Camper & Trailer Tent Definitive Guide
Model Summary: Conway Countryman
Folding Camper (Current Model)
Eight (With Optional Under Bed Pods)
Weight (Ex Works)
Length (Inc Hitch)
Travelling / Stored:
Set Up / On Site:
Wheels / Tyres:
Gallery (Click on Images To Enlarge):
The Countryman was, originally, manufactured by Conway, up until November 2002, when the company was acquired by main competitors, Pennine. They continued to be manufactured under the Conway banner until 2008, when the recently renamed Pennine Group relaunched both the Countryman and the Crusader as part of their own product range. They still retained their Conway names, but any association with the old company was completely severed. By 2010, both models had been further integrated into the fold, with matching liveries and the newly introduced Isabella acrylic canvases.
As the Countryman is, inherently, a Conway, its history and evolution are covered more in the Conway section of this guide. The dimensions and specifications above, all relate to the current version of the model. Equivalent details for older models can be found on the Conway Countryman page of the guide.
When the two companies were both active in the marketplace, it is fair to say that the Countryman was marketed as a direct competitor to the Pennine Fiesta. That comparison has now continued to its ultimate conclusion, in that the two models are, effectively, the same product, with different interior specifications and equipment. Anyone looking at the page for the Fiesta will note that the external dimensions are identical. Although a slight over simplification, the main difference is that the Fiesta is identical to a Countryman, but with part of the kitchen removed, and replaced with a small (some would argue too small) toilet compartment.
Each model with have its share of supporters. For many, the convenience of an onboard toilet greatly outweighs the need for a larger kitchen and additional storage. Others are less keen on using a toilet that is so close to their cooking and sleeping facilities, or simply value the additional space afforded by not having an extra cubicle encroaching onto the main living area. Those in the latter category are likely to opt for the Countryman.
Included in the Paperwork section above is the current brochure, the current hand book and our own, in house, awning setup guide. At the bottom of the page is the Sales Brochures section which includes all of the brochures produced since the Conway models were formally incorporated into the Pennine range.
See Brochure Below
435cm x 250cm
175 x 14
207cm x 122cm
207cm x 122cm
2016 Countryman Walk Through Video