The old standard for dinettes is the booth, with two booth seats facing each other and a table between them that can drop down to make a small bed. In a lot of the newer coaches, they have done away with this in favor of several other options.
For many Newmar coaches, they have several dinette options:
The Euro Booth dinette is the closest thing to the old booth style, except that the table doesn't drop down to make a bed. Instead, it "sticks" out from the wall (no legs) and has a leaf to make it longer. There is also storage under the seats. The Euro Booth dinette is one of the more expensive options, and the seating is very comfortable.
The Combo Desk with a Buffet Table is similar to the Euro Booth except that instead of the soft "booth" chairs there are two freestanding, upholstered chairs and two matching folding chairs that are kept under the bed. The fully-extended table is 38" long.
|Combo Desk with Buffet Table|
|Freestanding Hidden Leaf Table|
The Combo Desk Dinette with the Roll-Away Table is similar to the Combo Desk with a Buffet Table except that the table itself is made of of segments (each about 5" wide) that can roll up into the buffet. When you pull it out, it unrolls and makes a sturdy table with a single, well-supported leg on the end. Fully extended, this table is 44" long.