Seven Unique Cabin Stays

Category: Inspiration, News, Date: 22 July 2022

Check out these seven unique cabin accommodations stays

Choosing a cabin stay on your next holiday is a fantastic option for all. They are roomy, cost-effective and are often located in some very beautiful places. Tasman Holiday Parks have over 25 holiday parks across Australia and New Zealand, for you to relax with those you love in truly inspirational locations. There’s also a range of unique style stays for a holiday with a difference. Check out our seven picks for a unique stay in one of their cabin accommodation styles.

                  Tasman Holiday Parks – Merool on the Murray

For a holiday stay that feels like you’re stepping back in time, stay in a Pioneer Riverfront or Setback Cabin on the Murray River. This holiday park has a Pioneer themed holiday cabin village which was created to complement the original homestead built in the 1850s. The Two Bedroom Pioneer Setback cabins and Two Bedroom Pioneer Riverfront Cabins are set up like old stores back in the 1850s with a barber shop, a tailor, a bank and more. Enjoy absolute water frontage in the riverfront cabins with a private balcony overlooking the Murray River.

                 Tasman Holiday Parks – Racecourse Beach

For a unique waterfront stay on the South Coast of NSW with ocean views, check out Tasman Holiday Parks – Racecourse Beach. Racecourse Beach is great for swimming, fishing, surfing, and has amazing sand dunes that will keep everyone entertained for hours. The beachfront villas feature a large private deck to enjoy the view, cook up a storm on the weber, or simply sit back with a cold drink in hand. The cabins sleep six to eight people perfect for a family getaway, a holiday with friends, or a romantic escape for two.

                  Tasman Holiday Parks – Moama on the Murray

Look, we know we are talking about unique cabin accommodation, but we thought the Talo Glamping Tents at Tasman Holiday Parks – Moama on the Murray was worth a mention. As far as uniqueness goes, glamping definitely takes the cake. Talo Glamping Tents offer a unique opportunity to experience the beauty, peace and tranquillity of the bush while enjoying all the creature comforts of a cabin or hotel suite. Each Yurt is set in a private bush setting and features a compact kitchenette, coffee machine, BBQ, electric wood fires, private shower/toilet set on decking and an outdoor spa to enhance the natural bush experience. Leave the kids at home as Talo Retreat is exclusive to adults only.

                 Tasman Holiday Parks – Yallingup Caves

Stay at Tasman Holiday Parks – Yallingup Caves for a unique stay amongst nature. Nestled alongside the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park in Western Australia, it’s the perfect place to glamp. Camp in a luxury Emperor Canvas Tent set among the shady peppermint trees. Equipped with a premium queen bed, tea and coffee station, mini bar fridge and dimmable lamps, it has the comforts of a hotel room but the simplicity of camping. To top it all off you have an adjacent BBQ and a private dining area. Families have the option to add two single foam mattresses for the kids.

                  Tasman Holiday Parks – St Helens

              This unique stay has it all from beautiful ocean views, stunning nature experiences and adventures available right at your doorstep. Stay in state-of-the-art accommodation in a prime location overlooking the stunning Georges Bay on the northeast coast of Tasmania. Choose from modern designed cabins including Pool View, Bay Breeze and absolute beachfront Bay View Cabins. Enjoy local wineries, pristine beaches and bays, historic attractions, world-class mountain bike trails, and the incredible Bay of Fires only a short distance away. Where else can you stay that offers all this?       

          Tasman Holiday Parks – South Mission Beach

This unique stay allows you to enjoy both reef and rainforest in tropical North Queensland. Enjoy a reef tour one day and explore the beautiful rainforest the next. Nestled on the foreshore at South Mission Beach, these Tasman cabins are the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday. In a prime location with direct beach frontage, choose from self-contained cabins on the beachfront or overlooking our award-winning tropical gardens. It’s the holiday park that has it all and it’s not hard to see why they have been awarded TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence every year.

                  Tasman Holiday Parks – Nambucca Heads

For a unique stay in a bathing box, look no further than Tasman Holiday Parks – Nambucca Heads. Our 4 berth Bathing Boxes are a fun alternative to camping and are inspired by the bathing boxes of the Morning Peninsula. Each one offers a double bed and bunk bed with linen provided. Just remember to bring along your plates and cutlery just as you would if you were camping. A jug, toaster and bar fridge are provided. You’ll find this unique stay midway between Sydney and Brisbane. It’s the perfect coastal playground where you can enjoy picturesque beaches, water sports, fishing, walking and bike trails, and more.

Book your stay with Tasman Holiday Parks for a unique cabin experience.
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One Response to “Seven Unique Cabin Stays”

  1. Shane Timmo says:

    What about prices-that would be good-this smells like and look likes a paid ad-which needs to be acknowledged

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