Want to take a holiday? “Yes. I’m tired of doing all the stuff. I just want to get away from all of it and soothe my mind.” *hugs* The feeling is mutual, bro. If you want a perfect far away place to relax, you can stay in this tea plantation guest cabin. Want to know what’s inside? “Oh yes, please.” Then come with me! *winks*
These cabins are located in the southern part of India. And this cabin is based on a design by Habitat Plus called Arcadia. Arcadia has a simple design but is absolutely appealing. The angular design of its roof not only makes the cabin attractive but the roof angle coupled with the overhangs on the side provide protection from constant monsoon rains. Galvalume metal is the material used for the roofs.
They are built from coconut wood and the wood comes from the coconut trees growing in Indonesia. Once the coconut trees reach the end of their productives lives, they are cut down and used for building material. They are then replaced with new trees.
Anyway, let’s get inside now! The cabin has an inside space of 270 ft. This structure was built as a resort cabin. The cabin offers a bed with walk out patio doors to a deck, and relaxing view of the trees outside. It does not have a kitchen, but it certainly has a bathroom and a small terrace.
“I think this is just the place I’m looking for. It’s perfect! Tickets to India, please!” The tickets can wait later, buddy. You can contact Habitat Plus for more information by going to their website.
I know you are itching to look at this guest cabin’s photos. Well, I am not going to leave you hanging. You can visit “Small House Bliss” website below for more pictures. Enjoy! And oh, by the way! We’re going to need two tickets to India. “Why?” I am going too. *winks*
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