The cabin is shaped like a giant barrel, iron roofs, iron chimney, circular wooden base underneath, wooden railing, a rope ladder and a white sign with black phrases. The outside is littered with a giant banana, wooden & steel barrels, hose, crates, tools, iron bucket, drums and a rectangular bucket.
In Donkey Kong Country, the cabin was where Cranky gave various instructions about the game. In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, there is a museum on Crocodile Isle in which the architecture is similar to the cabin and also belongs to Cranky. In Donkey Kong 64, the cabin is changed to become a laboratory where Cranky fed various potions to the Kongs. In Donkey Kong Country Returns, the cabin becomes a shop where Cranky sells various items to pay his pension expenses.
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Names in other languages
Kurankī Kongu no Koya
Kurankī no Koya
|Cranky Kong's Cabin|
Cranky's Cabin (handheld versions); shared with Cranky's Hut
|French||Case de Cranky||Cranky's Hut|
|German||Crankys Hütte||Cranky's Hut|
|Italian||Capanna di Cranky||Cranky's Hut|
|Spanish||Choza de Cranky||Cranky's Hut|
- Monkey Museum in ouside in Donkey Kong Country 2 (GBA)
- "Cranky Kong: Gimme some of those Banana Coins. I have bills to pay. - Donkey Kong Country Returns
- "Cranky Kong: They stopped paying my pension ages ago. Now I'm reduced to selling junk out of this old shack. - Donkey Kong Country Returns