Can it really be considered “glamping” if the glamp site goes for $350/night? You better believe it. This geodesic dome shelter in the western Catskills is the ultimate in stylish glamping. Not only will you stay dry in the dome, you’ll also have a sky-high ceiling, a wooden floor, and screened windows that allow ventilation but not mosquitoes. Outside the dome, the site includes an outdoor kitchen, grill, fridge, sink, fire pit, outdoor double hot showers, a sink, and a claw foot bathtub. Oh, but here’s another perk to staying at the dome: Cute animals. The site is situated on a farm with Merino sheep, angora goats, angora rabbits, oberhasli dairy goats, chickens, one cat, and a dog named Lali. Veggies are also available on the farm.
Guests will need to bring their own bed, so invest in a queen size air mattress, which is worth it because it will turn just about every camping trip into a glamping trip. Additionally, it should be noted that this is a communal site, and the hosts often have other guests and retreats going on.
The 12 acre property is located in Woodridge, Sullivan County, about a half-hour east of the original Woodstock ’69 site and Bethel Woods (performance space + Woodstock ’69 museum). Journey about 15 miles east to Ulster County and access to the Hudson River and northern Catskills. Also situated less than 2 hours from NYC.