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In Te Anau, New Zealand, The Hollows is a luxurious 5-star log cabin. The log cabin offers internet access, a lovely garden, comfy non-smoking rooms, daily maid service, pet-friendly accommodations, a parking spot, and access to a golf course.

Flat-screen television, ironing facilities, microwave, refrigerator, outdoor eating area, hairdryer, and kitchenette are among the suggested amenities. From your window, you’ll get a garden view and a mountain view.

This log cabin chalet has a fireplace and laundry, as well as beautiful mountain views. A satellite flat-screen TV is available in the lounge area. A burner, dishwasher, and refrigerator are included in the kitchenette. There are indoor and outdoor eating places, as well as a restroom with bathrobes.

Building a log cabin like the Hollows takes a lot of planning, which is normally done with the support of an architectural design team and log home builders.

If your log cabin budget permits, work with a log home construction business that shares your vision to ensure that your log cabin is exactly what you’ve always imagined.

A reputable log home team will guide you through each stage of the procedure and make the entire process much easier. Consider factors such as the size of the log house you require, the floor plan, and the location.

Te Anau is a town on New Zealand’s South Island. It’s recognized for being the starting point for trips to Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound. In Lake Te Anau, there are endangered, flightless takahe birds and plenty of fish.

A limestone grotto with glow worms and an underground waterfall may be found at Te Anau Caves. The Kepler Track travels through beech forests, glacial valleys, and mountains to the southwest.

Available for rent at Planet Hotels.

 

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