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How Much Can You Squeeze Into A VW Caddy? As It Happens, It's A Lot! | VanLife Adventure
How much can you squeeze into a VW Caddy? as it happens, it’s a lot!

Campervan / How much can you squeeze into a VW Caddy? as it happens, it’s a lot!

We take a closer look at Love Campers' VW Caddy collection.

The Camping Scene Is Changing

Recently, the way we holiday has changed drastically. More and More people are choosing to stay in the UK and spend their hard earned cash on a campervan conversion so they can travel and have all of life’s little luxuries right there with them.

Love Campers
Love Campers

Not everyone wants a huge panel van parked on their driveway though, or perhaps they want the ability to park in many car parks that panel vans can’t get into due to height restrictions.

Love Campers
Love Campers

Enter “The Micro-camper”. A tiny camper that has everything you would expect of a larger vehicle, cleverly shoehorned into a small van.

Love Campers
Love Campers

With much better fuel economy and easier motorway cruising speeds, the micro camper is fast becoming the go to for weekend getaways. Need to sleep 4? The Caddy long wheel base has got you. Want to stand up? Add the pop top extra and experience what others miss out on.

Love Campers
Love Campers

Micro Campers Are The Future

Love Campers are currently dominating the UK conversion market for micro-campers and have designed several configurations using the long wheelbase Volkswagen Caddy. The van has it’s own cult following and now it’s entered the micro camper market, that following will only get bigger!

Love Campers
Love Campers

A Home From Home

You can choose from a variety of wood finishes and trim levels, and even spec a toilet! Plenty of headroom from the pop top allows for those leg stretching moments and Love Campers very own in-house manufactured Rock and Roll beds ensure there’s plenty of space when in seat mode.

Wherever possible, Love Campers have used natural and sustainable materials to go with the “living in nature” ethos. This ensures a comfortable place to relax, cook and sleep as well as a quiet driving experience as you saunter around the UK’s finest back roads.

Go Off Grid With Solar Power

You can even go fully off grid with your conversion if you choose the solar power package and you can also add a heating package so you can travel all year round!

Love Campers
Love Campers

I’m sure you’ll agree with us, these vans look delightful, and even we are awestruck at just how much these guys can squeeze in and still have oodles of space left!

About Love Campers

Love Campers is an East Sussex-based family business, started by husband and wife team Clara and Darren. They specialise in converting vans beautifully which are perfect for a romantic weekend away, solo travels, taking your family to a festival, or for a holiday in the UK or Europe.

You can check out more of Love Campers conversions by heading over to their website: Visit Love Campers

/ Campervan Features

VW Caddy Conversions can include all of this:
  • High quality hand-built wooden furniture  (with a choice of finish)
  • Bed in multiple designs with optional roof bed
  • Belted seating for up to 5
  • Insulation and carpet-lining
  • Vinyl flooring (choice of style)
  • Leisure Battery and B2B system
  • 240v hook-up
  • Solid wood work surfaces
  • Solid wood removable table
  • Gas hob burner & sink combination
  • Compressor drawer fridge
  • Camper lighting – flexi and spot lighting
  • USB and plug sockets
  • Blackout curtains covering all windows
  • Elevating roof with a choice of canvas colour (with most designs)
  • Gas airblown heating 
  • Solar panels 
  • Portaloo

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Let us know what you think of these incredibly well thought out campers below.

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Full-time vanlifer and content creator Shane has been living in and working from his self-build van conversion since 2020. Shane has an alter ego, Calamity Shane. Born in ’75, Shane has been giving away free smiles ever since.


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