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Tent Reviews: Peakland Brookfield

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25.00 KG
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7.2/10 from 5 reviews

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5 Reviews of the Peakland Brookfield

By: Chicaguapa  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2008   Rating: 

We inherited this tent from my sister so we didn't know much about it. But having looked at other tents since, I'd struggle to find one I like as much as this one. It's very tall so there's plenty of headroom inside, giving it a very spacious feeling. It's versatile as the front can zip off and be moved in one section to create a porch area and a smaller living area. The bit I like the best is the poles that run along both sides from front to back, that you can hang S hooks on to keep things tidy inside the tent. But as another reviewer says, it does get wet where the tent touches the poles, but fortunately we haven't been in a downpour yet.
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By: Twoboys  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2006   Rating: 

We've had five holidays in this tent over three years, with some extreme weather and it was fine, until we ended up under a couple of inches of water in Wales and now there's no waterproofing whatsoever in the groundsheet. Fly-sheet's still great though. It stood up to 'extreme weather warning' winds before that and never felt worrying. Very easy to put up and pack away, and we can fit in in the footwell in the back of a Focus (with a squash, admittedly) which means it can be packed away last, with everything else stored in the boot first.
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By: D J Grove  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2005   Rating: 

Had numerous week-ends and three, 2-week holidays since buying this tent. Most of the time there is only myself and my wife and this tent is like a palace when there is just the two of us.

The two bedroom inner tents are very useful. We usually use one to sleep in and the other as a dressing room and storage.

Very useful having three doors, you can alter the entrance used depending on weather. It has 8 windows, which make it light inside. The 6 side windows are half net. With an external, double-zipped cover with guy-ropes. You can either half open and use the ropes so you have a weather flap, or roll them fully open.

This is probably the most water-proof tent we have ever owned. Last year we went down to Cornwall and the weather was not brilliant. At times I thought the tent might blow away, the wind was so strong! The rain was horrendous one night, but the tent was dry inside. It does flex allot which can be a little disconcerting.

Takes about 30 minutes to fully erect, once you get the hang of it. Might have been better if the living area had a sewn in ground-sheet. This seems to be the way newer tents are being made.
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By: Sparacak  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2007   Rating: 

We brought a peakland brookfield in 07. We used it for the first time in August 08. Unfortunately the weather was awful, gale force winds and rain. We managed to get it up after about 2 hours. One of the poles snapped so we had to tape it up for the rest of the week. At times during the night we thought it was going to cave in on us. In the past we have always had family frame tents which are a lot sturdier, we choose this tent because its not as bulky. We will try it again, as its very roomy and a comfortable tent to be in.
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By: Martin MC  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2005   Rating: 

Have used this tent for three years now. Basically a very good tent for its price. Takes a man that knows what he's doing and a woman that doesn't roughly 45 mins to pitch totally. Two bedrooms at back of tunnel and rest is living area. Three doors one at front and two side ones, also front panel comes off and can be moved back leaving you a open shelter on front, but why you would want too I don't know! The living area is huge, a 4 person table can be put up one one side and accessed by four people easily. A cooking area can be put on the opposite side as well if needed.

Its not a sewn in groundsheet but basically the living area can be made to feel totally sealed in.

One issue it does have is inside there are two metal poles that run horizontally to stretch the tent to its length. These tend to touch the canvas and in biblical rain water trickles down these and drips.

Ours has took all that the weather can throw at it gales/monsoons the lot and stood up when other more expensive tents got blown over.

On the whole a good tent.
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Manufacturer's Description

Range of tents made exclusively for Yeomans Outdoors

Peakland Brookfield 6 person tunnel tent. Fibreglass poles, two position zip-off front, Large windows, detachable groundsheet.

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