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Self-Contained Accommodation – What is it?
When talking about accommodation, “self-contained” simply means it is a complete abode and doesn’t need to share rooms or facilities with another structure. This can apply to single rooms with their own kitchenette and bathroom facilities within a larger house or building, detached small dwellings such as cabins or granny flats, or even a modern “glamping” style caravan.
We don’t tend to refer to houses as “self-contained” because it’s assumed and self-evident. But smaller structures such as cabins and units are not large enough to have a dedicated room each for kitchen, bathroom, and laundry and often do without one or more of these facilities.
So when we refer to “self-contained cabins” or “self-contained units”, it indicates that all these necessities are present within the dwelling without needing to depend on another building.
A good comparison to throw light on this can be found at most caravan parks. When you go to the park and book a caravan, you may need a key to the separate toilet, bathroom, kitchen, or laundry facilities to make it a good holiday. But if you book a self-contained cabin, it will have all of these contained in the one structure – no sharing with other holidaymakers required.