Unique Dome Rental for a Group Vacation in the Catskill MountainsWoodridge, New York (United States)
Unique Dome Rental for a Group Vacation in the Catskill Mountains
"We had a wonderful weekend here. Short drive to a state park where we hiked to a beautiful waterfall. Josh was amazing and made us feel right at home…"
Set in the Catskill Mountains, this luxurious rental is perfect for a group vacation. The unique dome rental is an incredible glamping space, in which guests are required to bring their own bed. Glampers are advised to bring air mattresses, camping air pads, sleeping bags, pillows, and towels. There is a wooden floor in the dome and screen windows for airflow to keep out bugs. The dome can sleep up to 25 in total.
Guests are encouraged to explore the 12-acre property, relax by the pond, cuddle the bunnies, sheep, and goats. Please ask how to turn off the electric fence and go for a hike on the six-mile rails-to-trails path across the street.
Guests will have access to a communal outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower/bath, outhouse, covered outdoor dining table, fire pit, argentine grill/brick pizza oven, swimmable pond, and wood-fired cedar hot tub.
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Laundry service
- Fire pit
Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Open fires allowed
Some spaces are shared
The host requires a $100 security deposit upon booking.
This site is ideal for larger events such as weddings as the host has additional accommodations and can provide more traditional comfort for those who fancy a different style of glamping.
The host recommends guests stop for groceries on their way. The eggs and vegetables are available for purchase. Price per night does not include breakfast.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Woodridge, New York (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
The natural offerings given by this area are prized by residents. There are hikes that will lead glampers to rivers, waterfalls and look-out points. Lakes are everywhere and offer great fresh water swimming. The Basha Kill wetland is the largest wetland, over 3,000 acres, in southeastern New York and is home to a diverse population of wildlife and plants. Many beautiful and sustainable farms are close-by and welcome visitors. Information can be found in the guidebook.