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Cabins first choice for family holidays

November 06, 2004

Families now take a different approach to how they holiday in caravan parks.

Throughout Australia a younger, more mobile clientele choose cabins above any other kind of accommodation.

The huge increase in the move into cabins is because they are great value, the self-contained nature of the cabins and the relaxed sociable atmosphere of the parks. Families prefer two and three bedroom style cabinaccommodation rather than the traditional studio motel rooms and better quality caravan and tourist parks right round Australia haveclean self contained cabins that supply all linen,blankets and towels and are priced at less than $100 per night for two people.

Caravan parks compete easily with the motel and apartmentstyle accommodation new quality cabins now include separate bedrooms, spa, separate toilet and bathroom, full cooking facilities and big screen TV as part of the extensive creature comforts. The park industry sets its own high standards and Australians and international visitors respond to this service commitment.

Park chains are particularly popular as they offer a predictable standard of comfort, cost and service, usually reinforced by discounts and other benefits. There are plenty of options, but for most people the decision is driven by comfort and convenience. Cost is a big consideration for travellers but it is extremely manageable in a competitive industry.

Now you can stay between clean, white sheets in good self-contained facilities for $100 a double or less throughout Australia. If you are on the move a good bed and quick self-contained cabin convenience can come down to $90 or less a double a night. At this price a majority of operators supply linen and bedding in the main bedroom. But in some parks it may be necessary to hire linen for additional bedrooms or supply your own.

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