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Old 02-23-2013, 11:05 PM   #1
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2011 Sandpiper 300 FB Which room is the master?

HI, we just bought our first rv. I was wondering which room would be considered the master? The up front room is next to the shower/sink/toilet room and the room in the rear has a half bath that is also accessible from the outside. They each have queen size beds. The only difference I see is that the back room has more headroom and the front room has it's own a/c thing in the ceiling. (yes I'm one of those females that uses thing, thingy, and things)
I guess it just depends on which one you like best?
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Old 02-24-2013, 11:01 AM   #2
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HI, we just bought our first rv. I was wondering which room would be considered the master? The up front room is next to the shower/sink/toilet room and the room in the rear has a half bath that is also accessible from the outside. They each have queen size beds. The only difference I see is that the back room has more headroom and the front room has it's own a/c thing in the ceiling. (yes I'm one of those females that uses thing, thingy, and things)
I guess it just depends on which one you like best?
Given that you have two nearly identical rooms, it appears that you can select whichever one you wish to be the master. In looking at the floor plans of your RV it shows that the default configuration for the 300FB would have been a bunkhouse in the front with the queen bed in the rear. This would have put the master in the back. There was also the option of having the additional queen bed in the front rather than the bunks (which is what you have.)

The choice is yours. Do you want more room or your own AC?

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Old 02-24-2013, 11:34 AM   #3
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I know right? a/c or own space with a potty right there that you don't share at night. We'll just have to see when we take it out if the a/c isn't an issue.
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I know right? a/c or own space with a potty right there that you don't share at night. We'll just have to see when we take it out if the a/c isn't an issue.
What about closet space? Does that help the decision process?

My wife likes to freeze at night, so the dedicated A/C would prolly win for us. :-)
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