Looking for an upstate weekend getaway, but don’t want to deal with the mosquitoes and unpredictable weather that often go with traditional camping? This geodesic dome in the Catskills promises to be an “incredible glamping space,” and its funky design and foodie-focused community only sweeten the deal.
Available on Airbnb for $350/night, the dome is located on a farm in Sullivan County. It has wooden floors and screened-in windows, but you’ll need to BYObed if you have more than two guests. There’s also outdoor double hot showers, a sink, and a clawfoot tub, as well as a full outdoor kitchen with a grill, fridge, sink, and fire pit.
The 12-acre property has plenty to offer, too. As far as animals go, you’ll find sheep, angora goats, angora rabbits (buy accessories made from their fiber in the winter!), dairy goats, chickens (eggs available for purchase!), and a cat and a dog.
There’s a greenhouse, vegetable garden, pond, full-service recording studio, fiber arts workshop space, vintage store, and a six-mile rails-to-trails path across the street. The owners, who have multiple dwellings on the site, say they often host yoga retreats and have musicians in to record.
The dome can hold 16+ people, but after the sixth guest it’s an additional $50 each.
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Neighborhoods : Catskills