These rental cabins are located in Hideaway Litchfield in a woody location tucked in the Litchfield National Park in Rakula, Australia to offer adventurers with a place to relax and unwind in the majesty of the natural environment.
The rentals consist of Cabin One and Cabin Two, which are both crafted using shipping containers in order to provide just the right amount of living space for visitors to enjoy. This includes a living space and a kitchenette on the ground floor, while the upper shipping container features a main bedroom with an en-suite bathroom as well as a deck space for enjoying the views.
The rental cabins are available for booking on Airbnb and are built with modern amenities in mind including air conditioning, hot water, a BBQ grill and WiFi.
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This Two-Story Cabin is Located in Rakula, Australia
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