Staycation goals alert.
A West Cork glamping hotspot is erecting two brand new geodomes, both set to open for the upcoming season with some lush sea views.
Eco glamping site Goleen Harbour, located just two minutes from the village of Goleen, has upped its glamping game with the stylish new additions.
Expect an Instagram-worthy panorama with the Ballydivlin Geodome looking out over the castle site over Ballydivlin Bay.
The Perch GeoDome is named after the navigational mark just South of Alderman Rock and has a view of Cape Clear and the iconic Fastnet Rock Lighthouse.
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The masterminds behind this glamping haven are Matt Mills and Melanie Furniss, champions of sustainability and nature.eco-cabins, bell tents and camping pitches.
Decked out in Scandinavian-style luxury, each geodome will boast chic furnishings and a skylight that offers perfect views of the star-speckled sky at night and a magnificent light trap during the day.
The Ballydivlin Geodome is a cosy haven for two, while The Perch is a spacious retreat for four.
Perched on a Douglas Fir deck, both have a stove and thermal liner to keep guests toasty on chillier evenings. And when you’re not lost in the views from your dome, a short stroll leads to the communal amphitheatre fire area, a hot tub, and the enticing private swimming spot at Castle Strand.
These dreamy domes can be rented from March 31st, with booking now open, starting from €180 per night.