Originally Posted by swebster@myrvadvanta
I would vote for the pull out. We have a side mounted rear queen in the 345. while there is an "aisle" between the foot of the bed and the sidewall it's only about 12" wide.
Steven exaggerates the "walk area". At the floor, it's more (or less) like 9".
Definitely not a "leave down" option with a rear bath.
The dimensions for the sideways "Queen" island bed in the 345-- 60" Wide X 76" Long. The Couch Fold Out is 44" Wide X 74" Long, and the dinette bed is 36" Wide X 69" Long.
Compare these measurements to "industry standards" below:
Queen -- 60" X 80" (Queen sheets (both flat and fitted) work OK in the MH "Island Queen", just fold in the overage length at the bottom.)
Full -- 54" X 75" (Full sized fitted sheets work pretty well on the couch fold out. The "fitted" pocket holds onto the corners on the aisle side, and the overage is tucked into the wall side of the bed.)
Twin -- 38" X 75".
I like the idea mentioned by Janet's Husband - Murphy Bed.
It's a pain in the Keester to convert a couch from day use to night use twice a day. The Murphy Bed would have some mounting issues (you might have to find a frame member to secure the bottom mount to - and not put much pressure on the top latch) but it would probably be doable.