Needing to get away from it all? This geodisc dome home located on a working farm in Northumberland overlooks a peaceful pond. The off-grid accommodations let you enjoy all that nature has to offer, while still providing plenty of create comforts!
You can enjoy soaking in the wood-fired hot tub while staring at the stars, and then curl up in the extra comfy double bed at night. A BBQ and kettle lets you cook and prepare a cup of coffee or tea, and there’s a composting toilet on site.
By far the best part of your unique stay is waking up and looking at the pond outside the geometric windows! You can book your stay on Airbnb here.
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The large deck gives you plenty of outdoor space to enjoy.
There’s both a BBQ and a fire pit.
A wood-burning stove lets you stay warm on cool nights.
You get an entire wall of windows overlooking the pond.
As you can see, it’s a cozy place even on rainy days!
Basic utensils and dishware are provided.
Now that’s a bed I could sink into!
The nearby outhouse.
Primitive, but nice and clean!
Look at the surroundings! Breathtaking.
- 20m2 geodesic dome
- Secluded location in rural Northumberland
- Wood fired hot tub, fire pit, and deck
- Completely off grid – water in containers, solar power, and composting toilet.
- Satori dome is located on a working farm alongside a large pond
- Dome is set up for 2 people with a double bed and Eve© memory foam mattress (bedding is provided.)
- LED battery fairy lights and lanterns provide mood lighting inside and outside the dome at night
- Logs are provided for the wood burning stove
- Gas BBQ for cooking and inside there is a worktop and sink set up for prepping simple meals and washing up dishes (plates, cutlery and utensils provided.)
- A kettle is provided for boiling water on the BBQ side-burner, for teas and coffee.
- A leisure battery powers a small electric fridge to keep food items cool. The battery also has a USB port to charge your devices.
- Our simple off-grid sink is setup with a 25 litre container of fresh spring water and hand pump tap for washing up.
- Your outdoor hot tub will be filled with fresh spring water for your arrival. It can be used 2-3 times and takes 2-4 hours to heat up (depending on the weather/season), and will usually stay warm overnight.
- The Eco friendly composting toilet is set back from the dome
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I’d love to spend an entire Summer there. Work has become tiresome.
Yeah, summer only.
Winters in the UK can be rough and going to outhouse during the night isn’t pleasant.
Interesting, but a bit too minimalist for me.
This Englisher-gone-Stateside has to tell you that that rainy day picture at the end is far more realistic than that hot tub gazing at the stars lol Even in mid-summer! If you like tent camping, don’t mind getting wet, wearing damp clothes while pretending to enjoy the fifth consecutive day of a very expensive jigsaw puzzle, and find gnats charming, this will be a step up from the basic tent given the heat source under the dome. It’s hard to maintain the chirpy spirit of playing board games while waiting for the rain to stop so you can get out and enjoy the countryside that lays beyond the mist – I have spent way too many family holidays cooped up in caravans for days for this to appeal to me any more lol
Haha oh man! Sometimes we need that good reality check! I lived in Scotland for 8 months and it was so dreary!!