Relaxing Dome Retreat Nestled in the Forest near Pecos, New Mexico

Pecos, New Mexico (United States of America)

Relaxing Dome Retreat Nestled in the Forest near Pecos, New Mexico

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Private Dome
2 guests
Private Bathroom
Private Kitchen
Entire Dome

This relaxing dome retreat is nestled in the forest near Pecos, New Mexico, and can accommodate two guests. This inviting dome is surrounded by cedars, junipers, arroyos, and stunning red mesas. A sofa bed opens into a comfortable queen-size bed and a separate cot is available upon request. The dome is equipped with a composting toilet and a portable hot-water shower. There is plenty of solar-sourced electricity to use for lights, appliances, and all media devices.

The kitchen is equipped with a two-burner gas stove, an ice chest, and plenty of water. The host provides a complimentary breakfast each morning, and additional meals can be arranged. During cold weather, guests can light the cozy propane gas heaters to stay warm. When the weather is warmer, guests will be able to open the plentiful windows and enjoy cross-ventilation that is present due to breathable walls and the absence of interior partitions.

Outside, guests will find seating areas and a rocket stove cooking area. There are numerous hiking trails and walking paths for guests to explore on the property, each of which has a unique ambiance. Other amenities include colored pens, pencils, papers, and journals.

The property features four unique stone-outlined stations that have been strategically placed for guests to connect with nature and their own well being.

There are numerous hiking trails and walking paths for guests to explore on the property, each of which has a unique ambiance. One features a dry river bed enveloped by banks of 20 to 100 feet in height, another has outdoor durable twine for guests to create archways along trails and free-standing sculptures.

There is plenty of solar-sourced electricity to use for lights, appliances, and all media devices.

1 bed

  • 1 Queen-size bed

Features and services

  • Heating
  • Spa
  • Shower
  • Private Kitchen
  • Linens and pillows
  • Deck/Patio
  • Garden
  • picnic-table Picnic area
  • Toilet
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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: 03:00 PM
  • Check out: 11:00 AM
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • Damage deposit: 100.00 per stay
This is a non-smoking property.

Pets are not permitted anywhere on the property.

Alcohol, drugs, wheeled vehicles, and weapons are all strictly prohibited.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy: Flexible

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Free cancellation before .

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If you cancel before check in day get a Full refund (minus the first night and service fee).

It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.


Location and surroundings

Pecos, New Mexico (United States of America)

Detailed location provided after booking


  • Biking
  • Meditation
  • Wildlife watching

This is the ideal retreat for guests seeking a restorative getaway in the serene ambiance of New Mexico's majestic landscape. The host provides an incredible selection of beauty and wellbeing services, meaning guests will not even need to leave the property for immense relaxation. This includes treats such as facials and body treatments, soul services, mood and meditation services, and nature workshops. Free services are described in detail below.

The property also features a plethora of nature trails and spiritual walks winding through the valley and up to high ridge tops overlooking Pecos National Historical Park. Guests can hike, bike, and even horseback ride their way through the beautiful piñon, juniper, and ponderosa pine woodlands of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The tranquil waters of the Pecos River are ideal for fishing. Fossils are visible in limestone outcrops along the river, and a variety of native birds and wildlife can often be spotted as well.

If guests need a break from the great outdoors, they can pop into downtown Pecos to browse for souvenirs at a local shop or indulge in the unparalleled regional cuisine. Santa Fe is a half-hour drive away and provides a diverse array of art galleries and markets, museums, historical sites, shopping, performing arts, and more.

Here is a list of complimentary services provided by the hosts.

Four Treasure Treats - when guests first arrive in this forest, four unique stations have been strategically placed for visitors to gently release their worldly garments and to quickly connect with exquisite inner silence and well being. As glampers approach each stone-outlined area they will discover a small treasure chest guiding them to a point of focus. Visitors can spend a few minutes or as long as they would like in each station. Each one progressively carries guests to the most soothing and uplifting places within themselves (180 square feet, 10-foot tall PleniSphere®).

PleniSphere® Pleasure - guests can relax and re-energize in this lofty round womb of cloth. Visitors will be amazed how this building affords them to feel as though they are outdoors immersed in nature while being protected from any harsh elements in a temperature controlled environment. There are colored pens, pencils, papers, and journals here for guests to play with as long as they would like. A feeling of timelessness takes over inside this unique architecture, hours can go by doing nothing, meditating and spontaneously gaining deep insights.

A Path With A Heart - visitors will enjoy a gently sloping, self-guided nature walk outlined by heart-shaped rocks culminating in an expansive view. Guests should use this path to become familiar with their geological surroundings, as well as to connect with their heart. The nature walk is approximately 10 minutes each way. There are chairs on top where guests can take in a gorgeous view of the Pecos National Forest.

The Happy Heart Awakening - this is a self-guided mini vision quest. Envisioning your life from your heart is powerful. Using nature as a friend and activator in processes is a dynamic way of bringing about effortless change. Guests will be given a booklet with interactive questions and activities for self-discovery. Visitors will receive inspiring answers as they stroll through both nature and their inner being.

Arroyo Explorer - if the earth opened up and let you in for a moment in a soft embrace... that is what it’s like as you enter this dry river bed enveloped by banks of 20 to 100 feet in height. Guests can meander, explore, rest, sit on a rock, or lie down on soft sands and hear the thick silence that surrounds them.

Wood Weaving - at once creative and practical, guests help establish a natural sculptured fence line by adding their artistic touch. With outdoor durable twine, visitors will tie the plentiful dry cedar, juniper, and pine in any way that inspires them. Glampers are also welcome to create archways along trails and free-standing sculptures!

Bold Adventurer - if guests have steady feet, they can climb to the other side of the arroyo for spectacular, sprawling 270-degree view of the sky, red mesas, sunsets, and the Pecos National Forest. Guests can watch the ravens and hawks flying over their domain. Visitors will feel like an eagle, all worldly affairs under their command.

Stepping Stone - guests can create steps along the banks of the arroyo to facilitate passage into and out of the arroyo. In an atmosphere of play and practice, guests will be shown just how it is done and will feel incredibly satisfied when they achieve a set of stairs that others will use for years to come. This activity is surprisingly easy and fast with a moderate physical effort.

Berms and Barriers - glampers will learn an advanced permaculture skill and how to terrace a mountainside. The banks of the arroyos have amazing southern exposure and are soft and easy to work with. Visitors can create long rows of mounds that collect rainwater, prevent erosion, and allow for bountiful planting. Level of physical effort: challenging!