Hideaway Litchfield comprises two rentals – Cabin One and Cabin Two – located on a woody spot in Litchfield National Park in Rakula, Australia. These cabins, made out of shipping containers, are awesome getaways for those wanting to escape the city life. Whether you want to unwind in serenity, connect with nature, or just relax in the unique vibes of shipping container living – you should check into the two-story vacation cabin, the Cabin Two.
Cabin Two at Hideaway Litchfield allows guests to enjoy full views of the surrounding bushland from the comfort of their room, thanks to the large glass windows. It stands on small metal stilts that help reduce the impact of a building on the environment.
The first shipping container, comprising the ground floor, has a living room and a small kitchenette. The main bedroom with wall to wall windows lies on the first floor accessed through a staircase from the outside. There is a deck on the upper level and also a covered patio on the ground floor. An en-suite bathroom is also included in the cabin for the convenience of guests.
Solar power and a generator are used to power up the cabin. Furthermore, the cabin is packed with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, air conditioning, hot water, BBQ grill, etc. to give guests that extra bit of luxury amid nature. If you like the idea of living amid birds and kangaroos with only stars to keep you up at night, you can book the Cabin Two for $200 on Airbnb.
There are many places to visit around the shipping container rental cabin – it is only minutes drive from the waterfalls and rockpools.