Our Cabins provide privacy and comfort at a reasonable price. The Cabins offer private bedrooms and shared facilities so you will get your own space whilst still socialising in our communal areas. These all come with share Kitchens and Bathrooms.
We have a range of cabin arrangements including Queen Cabins, Twin Cabins and Single Cabins. All these cabins come with heating, fresh linen and towels.
We have great outdoor facilities including large outdoor decks, fireplaces, outdoor seating. pool tables, table tennis, corn hole, petanque, kubbs, volleyball and more
Great for a couple or single person who wants their own space in a standalone cabin. You will have your own space while being able to mingle with other people on site. The Queen Cabins come with 1 Queen Bed, a shelving unit, heater and linen.
Great for two friends or single person who wants their own space in a standalone cabin. You will have your own space while being able to mingle with other people on site. The Twin Cabins come with 2 Single Beds, a heater and linen.
For a couple or single person who wants their own space in a standalone cabin. These cabins are slightly smaller than the Queen Style.
The Double Cabin has a Double bed and comes with a heater and linen.
Treats - Yoga, massage or tattoo?
Once you are done with an awesome day exploring the Abel Tasman or visiting the wider area, You’ll find The Barn has a range of onsite treats to make your trip super memorable.
Whether it is an early morning yoga session to start the day of right, planning and getting a hand poked tattoo or piercing, or just unwinding with a well deserved relaxing massage, we will have you covered. Just let us know what you are interested in when you arrive!
What’s more, feel free to explore our little market garden and harvest a few essential greens for dinner. There may even be a few farm eggs for you!
We would love to hear from you if you have any questions or would like us to help book an awesome Abel Tasman Experience. We can fully book and organise day trip and over night trips in the Abel Tasman.