Jul 13, 2023
Where to Find Trendy Geometric Dome Rentals in and Around Virginia
In a market that includes yurts and treehouses, now travels can book an Airbnb stay in a geometric-shaped room. By Meredith Lindemon October 24, 2022 Forget yurts. Treehouses — totally over. If you’re
In a market that includes yurts and treehouses, now travels can book an Airbnb stay in a geometric-shaped room.
By Meredith Lindemon October 24, 2022
Forget yurts. Treehouses — totally over. If you’re heading out to glamp right now, you need to glamp in a geometric dwelling. Here are the only dome homes and other geometrically-shaped dwellings you can rent using Airbnb in Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia.
This thing is called The Stupa and as far as octagon-shaped dome houses in Virginia go, it’s probably the best of the best. It looks like something Nicolas Cage would buy and install in a cemetery. It’s got room for 10, with an impressive five bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. There are decks, a driveway, Wi-Fi, and central air — and it’s located between the ocean and the Bay in Virginia Beach, so expect incredible views. Virginia Beach, Virginia
This is a more of a traditional multisided dwelling — if there were ever such a thing — and less of a dome. The multilevel rental includes two bedrooms with one queen bed in each, a private hot tub, and a fireplace in this quaint hexagonal mountain lodge. Fancy Gap, Virginia
This unassuming tent sits behind the Elkriver Inn in Sutton, West Virginia. It boasts two queen beds, Wi-Fi, and a hair dryer, along with a fire pit. With room to sleep four in one bedroom and one bathroom, the geometric space also features stunning views of the river from the expansive deck. Sutton, West Virginia
This “geodesic dome” sits on 25 acres of land that renters are free to roam. A bit on the lesser end of the amenities scale, the view from the window across from the bed is sure to make up for it. Floyd, Virginia
With a panoramic window and skylight, this geometric tent is sure to have the best sky views any time of the year. With room to sleep up to four guests, the space provides access to an outdoor fire pit, propane grill, and indoor and outdoor dining areas. Note that there is no heat in this rental, so make sure to pack extra blankets if staying during the colder months. Knoxville, Maryland
If you’re looking for a device-free weekend, book at stay at this dome. With no electricity, running water, or Wi-Fi, you’ll be getting to know nature and your travel companion a little bit better. A smaller tent, the 800-square-foot rental sleeps two guests in one bedroom and also includes a half bath, large bay window, and casual seating. Strasburg, Virginia
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