Finn Lough Bubble Domes

Apr 12, 2018

Category: Living

Walls are overrated. Or at least that is the way that the Finn Lough resort in Northern Ireland sees it. Just take a look at their Bubble Dome and you’ll see what we mean.

Given that the property was surrounded by dense forest, designers of this vacation rental decided they’d just do away with the walls and let the natural light in. The surrounding trees provide privacy while the plastic dome allows for 360-degrees of visibility – making it so visitors can look up at the starry sky and catch both sunrises and sunsets with an unobstructed view. Of course, this vacation home offers more than just a see-through ceiling. The Bubble Dome has a full bathroom, private area for sitting, and is just a short walk away from a full suite of activities for visitors to enjoy. Book a night while you still can.

Book: $327/Night

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