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What is a Cabin?
A cabin is a type of self-contained accommodation usually made of wood, and it can range from small and stripped-down to roomy and refined. You can find cabin accommodation in sprawling holiday parks, where there are communal facilities for dining and recreation. Alternatively, you can rent a private, secluded hideaway where you and your travel buddies can commune with nature on your own.
Why should I stay at a Cabin?
Cabins can be a very affordable option for travellers, especially if you’re not fussy about furniture and decor. These self-contained units also offer privacy, and if you book a log cabin with a kitchen, you can save even more by cooking meals instead of eating out. Plenty of caravan and holiday parks have pet-friendly cabins, so your furry friends can join you on holiday.
Where do you find Cabins?
Cabin accommodation is typically surrounded by nature – for instance, you might stay in a mountain cabin, or rent a cabin by the lake. Cabins are plentiful in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America. They’re on offer in holiday parks, which usually provide multiple types of cabins, along with dining and recreational facilities. Meanwhile, intimate luxury cabins might be nestled in treetops, or hidden in the woods or mountains.
How much does it cost to stay in a Cabin?
Cabins are a much cheaper alternative to hotels, resorts and luxury lodges, particularly if you choose basic quarters without en suite bathrooms and kitchens. Budget cabins are usually offered in holiday parks, where there are communal bathrooms, kitchens and recreational amenities, so you’ll get great value for money. Pricier cabins typically feature living and dining areas, cooking facilities and modern interiors – and in some cases, secluded outdoor settings. Note that some cabins require minimum stays.
How to book a Cabin
Although walk-in guests are welcome in large properties offering plenty of cabins, you’re better off making reservations ahead, especially if you’re planning a longer stay. Just like booking a hotel, you can book cabin accommodation through Expedia. If you’re travelling long-distance to get to your destination, our flight and accommodation bundles allow you to trim the costs of your holiday.
What do Cabins offer?
Getaway cabins come in different shapes and sizes. Some offer compact, no-frills lodging where all you'll get is a bed – you’ll often need to bring or rent linens. If you want the option to prepare your own meals, you can choose a self-catering wood cabin with a stovetop, a microwave and a fridge.
Larger cabins have dining areas and more sleeping space. Cabin accommodation often comes with parking. If you’re staying in a holiday park, there’s usually a swimming pool, a playground and a restaurant, along with communal BBQ areas.
What’s the difference between a Cabin and a Motel?
Cabin rentals and motels are cheaper than most accommodation types. Both tend to offer limited amenities, although their shared perks can include breakfast and access to a swimming pool. If you’re considering cabins vs motels, the better option will depend on the destination you want to visit, and whether you prefer self-contained accommodation. Motels are primarily roadside venues, while cabins are more commonly found in natural areas like parks and mountains.
Cabins close to me
Whether you’re looking for pared-back caravan park cabins or luxurious cabin homes, you’ll find tons of options here on Expedia. Simply use the search box above and look for “cabin rentals near me”. While you’re at it, check out our package deals on accommodation and flights – you’ll find great rates by bundling them together.