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A cube, pod or dome to let the outside in.
Written by: Alexandria Autrey
Cubes, pods and domes represent a very unique category in the glamping industry. Each one of these titles can be used interchangeably and therefore the concept of these glamping accommodations are very similar. Normally cubes, pods and domes are a single room structure that is either complelety round or square. These glamping structures can be suspended in the air, over outcroppings or set on the ground. In addition, most of these strucutres accompany an eco-friendly intent in both how they are built and how they exist. Each one has a minimal environmental footprint to their surroundings. It is safe to say we are a fan of glamping and smoothing the edges of roughing it...and we’re not the only ones. This leisure activity is attracting a new market into the camping and tourism industry, full of people who like the idea of camping but hate the idea of roughing it. It seems you’ve noticed this too and are keen to join the staycation party in the travel industry. Take a look at some of the best cubes, pods and domes we have to offer someone who wants to bring the outside in, in the most unique ways possible.
The beautiful Margaret River Region in Western Australia needs no further accolade.... This jewel of the South West remains one of the most beautiful travel destinations in Australia.
A unique secluded glamping experience overlooking lush fields on an English Cotswold country estate. Two dome shaped structures peak from a decked area overlooking rich countryside. Opposite your very own Cotswold stone barn, which is your outdoor living and dining room. Holiday amongst an array of wildlife including cows that graze in the nearby fields and pheasants that roam at their leisure. The design of the gridshells enables minimal impact living and a stunning structure which blends with its natural environment.
EcoCamp is situated in the very heart of Torres del Paine National Park and provides the region’s first fully sustainable accommodation, complete with green technology. You enjoy all-inclusive packages with guided treks and wildlife excursions.
Whitepod offers a novel approach to glamping in Switzerland and exploring the Alps, with 15 domes pitched on wooden platforms. Each pod is protected from the cold and snow, equipped with a wood-burning stove, organic luxury bedding and full-service bathroom. Whitepod is Switzerland glamping at its finest.
Elqui Domos is a very unique glamping destination. It is one of seven astronomic hotels worldwide, and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere. Choose from the unique Dome Rooms or Observatory Cabins, each ideal for stargazing and inclusive of modern amenities and supreme comfort.
The Dream Domes feature huge bay windows with stunning views over the lodge's 185 acres of wild forest. Those looking for evening entertainment need look no further than the purchase of a bottle of wine and the dome's very own private wood-fired Japanese hot tub, from which you can watch dusk turn to night. Glamping at it's best for an affordable price.
With views to Ben Tianavaig and the island of Raasay ,the pod’s comfortable accommodation ensures that you will get the best from your stay. Whether you plan to climb a Cuillin, explore the Isle of Skye or just relax and spot a white - tailed sea eagle, buzzard, seals and otters in the bay; our pod is ideal and can meet your needs.
Exclusive top of the range Glamping for those looking for a special "Modstalgia" experience. Combining the nostalgia of yesterday with the modern conveniences of today. With just five Armadillas set within the backdrop of the Great Glen and surrounded by world renowned nature in all its highland splendour, this is the most glamorous adventure you may ever experience.
The Bale Mountain Lodge is located in a clearing within the Harenna Forest of the Bale Mountains National Park, one of the largest remaining tropical Cloud Forests on earth and Ethiopia’s premier National Park. The lodge sits at 2380m above sea level, on a small hill within an 8 hectrare plot, overlooking a mountain stream and offering views of the 1500m high Harenna escarpment, with its volcanic outcrops rising dramatically above the forest.