we have the outwell vermont L which is similar - it has bedrooms, living area(has wardrobe with rail) and a porch area which you can have open or closed.. There are 2 sides doors but not as a porch like the monty.. the bedrooms as far as I know can't be changed.. ours is a 4 & 2 although we have changed one of the bedrooms for the kids room.. which the kids absolutely loved. (2 year old dd and 4 year old ds) They slept together and was fine. Plenty of room it worked really well for us. we would sit in porch alot and the kids would play in living area or their bedrooms...so space all round. We also brought the carpet and this made tent feel cosy.
I am a new Outwell Montana 6 owner and have only camped in it twice since I bought it at the beginning of August. We love it so easy to put up and take down can even get in into the bag first try !!.
It is a very spacious tent and really sturdy we had some pretty extreme wind and rain on a couple of nights and it handled it just fine. We just had to remember to use the side porch to come in by if it's really raining as if you open the main huge door you get a big soggy puddle on the groundsheet. It feels really posh and well made and we all really love it. The steel tent poles are very heavy so we have split them into two bags and are now very manageable. It's the first tent I've had with a sewn in groundsheet, much better not having to share breakfast with various mini beasts.
oh i love my monty..he is gorgeous The bedrooms can be one big room or 2x3 person rooms.They make 2 roomy bedrooms for 4 people. The living area is mahooosive. We have the canopy and the carpet. (it's lovely.. honestly it is...makes it sooo cosy) It is fantastic in the wind (we were the last tent standing in Anglesey one year!). Since having the canopy we tend to use the side porch more as a storage area for muddy wellies and buckets of manky seaweedy shells ..the canopy has made a huge difference actually.