Solve your Auckland Accommodation Problems
Cabin hire from Unit2rent
It’s no secret that finding somewhere to live in Auckland is a challenge. House prices and rents are soaring, and demand is high. But if you have access to a small area of land, then we have the solution to your Auckland accommodation issues.
Transportable cabin rental in Auckland
At Unit2Rent, we have a full range of transportable cabins that are perfect for a whole range of situations:
- Providing adult children with somewhere to live while they save for a house deposit.
- Sleepouts for teenagers while you search for a bigger house or wait for them to fly the nest.
- Interim accommodation for elderly parents while they transition to a retirement village or care home.
- Work-from home office space for when you don’t want to commit to buying a permanent outbuilding.
- Somewhere to live while you’re building a new home.
What are my options?
Our rental cabins come in all sizes. Our best renter is our 10m x 3.6m deluxe two-bedroom unit with a bathroom. Our high-quality units are built to the New Zealand Building code by registered builders. The units are fully insulated and double glazed to make them cosy in winter and cool in summer. They all come with a neutral white and grey decor, carpeted and painted, making them very adaptable to whatever accommodation need you have. They’re all ready to be connected to the utilities at your site. The minimum rental period is one year plus delivery.
Contact us about cabins to rent in Auckland
If you have any questions please get in touch with our friendly team and we’ll be happy to help. Or, complete our online application to begin the rental process.
What do I need to do before my cabin arrives?
Firstly, you need written consent from the landowner to situate your cabin there. Also, it’s important to check with your local council to see if there are any permissions you need to obtain for your specific site. If you’re connecting your cabin to power and water, we require you to have a 16amp caravan connection and a garden hose on site. If you would like to plumb a toilet in, you’ll need to employ a qualified drain layer to connect to the relevant wastewater facilities. Lastly, to enable the delivery of your transportable cabin, your site will need a minimum of 4m wide and 4.5m high clearance. If it’s a sloping section, then you might also need to get it levelled first. Further details can be found on our FAQ page.