Can anyone recommend a good tent - 2 rooms and a porch - max budget £200

(5 Posts)
MerryMingeWhingesAgain Sat 09-Mar-13 11:52:11

www.wynnster.com/detail.asp?p=489

We've got this. DH likes it, I have no opinion as I don't do camping grin But it's a good size and cheap.

Mum2tigers Sat 09-Mar-13 11:49:43

Just a thought... have you tried ebay? Lots of barely used tents on there, you could even afford something bigger for less money.

We got a big dome tent with three pods for under £100, but then we wouldn't spend much more for something used only a could of times a year. hmm

MrsMc82 Sat 09-Mar-13 11:42:50

www.marshallleisure.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=152429

We have 6 man version of this but that might be a bit more expensive. ... i just love the flexibility it offers. ... porch included in the price but zips off so when we were festivaling last summer we just left that bit at home. ... its a lot of tent for the money!

MummyPigsFatTummy Thu 07-Mar-13 13:32:40

What about this?

www.decathlon.co.uk/seconds-family-42-xl-4-man-family-pop-up-tent-beige-id_8171231.html#anchor_ComponentProductTechnicalInformation

I think it ticks most of your boxes with the possible exception of its portability. However, Decathlon pop-ups usually come with straps so you can carry them like a backpack, although it obviously limits what else you can carry.

There are also a couple of smaller ones:

www.decathlon.co.uk/seconds-family-42-4-man-family-pop-up-tent-beige-red-id_8171127.html

www.decathlon.co.uk/base-seconds-42-4-man-family-pop-up-tent-green-brown-id_8091844.html

I know the budget's not so big but looking for a great tent for our little family - 2 adults and 2 tiny ones.

Preferably one that is easy to transport as we don't drive. Not too huge as we will use it for festivals as well as campsites.

Thanks in advance.

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