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Our Sleepouts are suitable for a boarder, workmate, flatmate, family members, as a smoko room, farm worker accommodation, on a lifestyle block or at your rental property as an extra bedroom to put on airbnb. Ring to check availability. Insurance quotes available. Refer to our other listing for caravan hire details.

All units have current EWOFs and smoke alarms, carpet, curtains, lights and powerpoints.

Business nameTransportable Accommodation Ltd
LocationKaiapoi, Waimakariri, Canterbury Sleepout hire and caravan hire. Providing portable accommodation.
Services offeredSleepout hire for your accommodation needs, delivered. An extra room that is portable.
Areas servicedAll of Christchurch and Canterbury (by arrangement)
AvailabilityPlease ring 0274 741 723 to check availability as it changes daily.


100% positive from 5 reviews.
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  • nevaquit(182)Thursday, 17 December 2015

    super friendly easy to deal with people super well made warm cabins everything is safe even come with a smoke alarm and are very spacious

  • blair003(260)Wednesday, 12 August 2015

    Excellent service , very friendly, delivery on time , everything setup for us before he left . Definitely Recommended . Thanks a lot!!

  • smudge38(854)Friday, 26 June 2015

    I have been a customer for nearly two years and cannot recommend them enough Even after returning a cabin after 18 months within a week our circumstances changed and we needed it back within a week Louise had arranged for another to be provided and installed. Great friendly service A+++++++

$80pw Sleepout 4 hire

Listed: Mon 10th Oct, 11:00am
Seller located in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
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