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RV Days Holiday Tent Trailer Rental For Rent $395.00 / Week
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Agent:  Rent Okanagan
Property #: 61
Address: 9995 S. Victoria Rd. (Box 1838)
City: Summerland
County/Region: Penticton
Province/State: BC
Country: Canada
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 0
Opening Date: 1/23/2004

General Description:
The Sea Pine has sleeping space for 8 people, comes with awning, dishes & cutlery, pots and pans, toaster & coffee maker.. furnace, inside sink and tap (the deluxe model has hot water tank & outside shower), Camper Caddie Wardrobe organizer, and Vanity Mate (storage for toothbrushes, mirror, etc).

Contact Name:
Martin At RV Days Holiday Trailer Rentals.

Contact Phone:
(250) 494-1006

Contact Email:
rvdays@shaw.ca

Features:
These are light, modern Coleman Tent Trailers. They come complete with 3-way fridge, furnace, inside and outside stoves and sink. Kitchen features include cutting board sink cover, spice rack, and cutlery tray.

Sales Notes:
$395.00 per week, $60.00 per day, Reservation Deposit of $200 deposit per week of rental, Damage Deposit of $400, due at time of rental. Rental Unit is For Delivery Only.

 


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