On an island
The Comfort’s island bed is to the left of the door as you enter. The bed is placed crosswise, and when you look at the nose, the head is against the left panel. So the person who sleeps on the furthest side must walk around the bed. The corners at the foot of the bed have been cut away diagonally, to allow more standing and walking space around it. It’s 1,4 m wide (standard king-size) and 1,88 m long.
On either side of the bed there’s a small reading light, with an adjustable head, so you can shine it directly on your book. The switches for both lights are at the base of the light, and you can easily reach them from the bed. Above the lights are two open racks that look almost like the slots of a postbox – a convenient place to store your book before calling it a night. Above these are two larger cupboards, each with its own door accessing the same space.
At the foot of the bed there’s a cupboard in each corner. The right-side one has six shelves with enough packing space for anything from T-shirts to socks, and the one at the nose has even more storage space.
One of the three LED lights in the caravan is placed to the left of the cupboards, above the bed. Besides the opaque covers on these lights to prevent them from blinding you, the dimmer works as soon as you press your finger on the switch. A power socket (220 V) for one three-point and two double-point plugs is placed next to the furthest sleeper, at the same height as the bed. There’s also a USB socket. >