Footage of holiday makers taking an early caravan out for a break in the country.
Note: The location of the events in this film are unknown.
Full titles read: "THE MOTOR CARAVAN - We're used to "cruisers on river and sea - here's a new streamline land cruiser - the motor caravan up-to-date."
L/S's of motor car towing caravan along picturesque country lanes.
Intertitle reads: "Some folk used to hold up the snail as a model house tourer. Today, we can have our own house with us."
L/S's of the people unhitching the caravan from the car and turning around. M/S's from of the kettle and knives and forks in the interior.
Intertitle reads: "And whether dancing resting or bathing - your house 'stay put' where it's put !"
L/S's of two young women talking to each other next to small camping table, while man and another women dance to the music being played on the gramophone. They all appear to be enjoying their holiday.
L/S of the man sitting on deck chair playing guitar. The three women come out of the caravan in swimming costumes and head off for a swim in the river (it looks very cold, there does not appear to be any leaves on the trees yet). M/S of two women inside the caravan one of them say to the other - "I did enjoy my bathe it was simply marvellous !"