This 250 square foot adobe dome getaway in Terlingua, Texas is the perfect spot for stargazing. It’s located in one of the few remaining territories with a “dark sky” ordinance, meaning there will be no light pollution to ruin your views of the Milky Way or a lovely sunrise!
The interior of the structure is cozy and eclectic, with arched windows for a cross-breeze, a double bed, and kitchen area with a stove, fridge, and sink.
While there is solar power to run the onsite refrigerator and charge phones/laptops, it won’t run a hairdryer. There’s also a composting toilet and solar bag shower, with options for paid showers in town. There is running water, but should be used sparingly. You’re not too far away from Big Bend National Park, so once it opens up again this sounds like a great headquarters! Book your stay on Airbnb.
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See The Milk Way in this Off-Grid Adobe Dome
The spot is even case-by-case pet-friendly!
Inside is a kitchen area for cooking up great meals.
There’s a stove and fridge/freezer.
You can sleep a third person on the couch.
Bed for two here, with reading lights.
The panorama shows you everything else included in the home.
Love the blue bottles by the windows.
Your chance to try out a composting toilet.
Solar bag shower option onsite.
Look at that glorious night sky.
And this stunning sunrise.
And here’s drone footage of the property.
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