The Faroe Islands is an archipelago that’s part of the kingdom of Denmark, and is a truly breathtaking place in and of itself. If you want to explore these gems, you can spend the night in this “igloo-inspired” dome house with oodles of windows that let you take in the views.
The dome has two upper bedrooms and then on the bottom floor, there’s a large living room with vaulted ceilings, a corner kitchen, and a spacious bathroom with laundry. What a magical little spot!
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Igloo-Inspired Tiny House on Archipelago
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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