Rotorua Portable Cabins Rental Service
Consider the merits of a portable cabin from Just Cabins in Rotorua when you find you require extra accommodation. Perhaps you only need some extra room for a short time, so a costly house extension is not the ideal solution. Maybe you need larger business premises, but don't want the upheaval of moving. Often renting a portable cabin can quickly solve your accommodation problems.
All our cabins are a single portable room and are available in two sizes. Designed and manufactured to the same high quality specifications ensures all our portable cabins are purpose built to provide sound accommodation. In Rotorua cabins are used as sleepouts for when families need some more space.
All cabins came on their own trailer and are entirely manoeuvrable. We are able to position the cabins wherever you require without the need of extra equipment. Cabins are painted in neutral colours for aesthetic reasons. The interiors are completed to include carpets, curtains and insulation. You only need to furnish them and they are ready for use.
Just Cabins in Rotorua have portable cabins immediately available for short or long term rentals. We provide a economical and practical solution for those requiring extra temporary accommodation.
About Portable Cabins
A portable cabin, is generally a mobile one room building that is not permanently located. They are often called modular buildings, but portable cabins can be different in that they are more often used on a short term basis and then can be removed. Portable buildings (e.g. yurts) have been used since ancient times. The most familiar modern type of portable cabins are designed to be transported to or from site on a trailer, and can be manoeuvred into position.
Rotorua is a major destination for both domestic and international tourists; the tourism industry is by far the largest industry in the district. The city is known for its geothermal activity, and features geysers – notably the Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa – and hot mud pools. This thermal activity is sourced to the Rotorua caldera, on which the city lies. Rotorua is home to the Waiariki Institute of Technology. Thermal activity is at the heart of much of Rotorua's tourist appeal. Geysers and bubbling mud-pools, hot thermal springs and the Buried Village (Te Wairoa) —so named after it was buried by the 1886 Mount Tarawera eruption— are within easy reach of the city. In Kuirau Park, to the west end of the central city, hot bubbling mud pools dot the park. Visitors can soak their feet in hot pools. Rotorua has the nickname Sulphur City, because of the hydrogen sulphide emissions, which gives the city a “rotten eggs” smell, as well as "rotten-rua", combining its legitimate name and the rotten smell the city gives.The especially pungent smell in the central-east ‘Te Ngae’ area is due to the dense sulphur deposits located next to the southern boundary of the Government Gardens, in the area known as ‘Sulphur Point’. The Rotorua region has 17 lakes. Fishing, waterskiing, swimming and other water activities are popular in summer. The lakes are also used for event venues, like waterskiing championships. Lake Rotorua is also used as a departure and landing point for float planes. Another of Rotorua's attractions is mountain biking. Whakarewarewa Forest has been described as 'the Disneyland of mountain biking and includes world class mountain bike trails.