Iceland, Australia, and Canada all claim bubble hotels, and now…
Northern Ireland has also joined the club. In the town of Enniskillen, in Northern Ireland, Finn Lough Resort gives nature-loving glampers the opportunity to book a stay at one of their seven, luxurious Forest Domes. The main appeal to these bubble domes are their 180-degree transparent walls, which promise unhampered views of the surrounding forest, peace, and solitude.
If the natural views aren’t enough to entice you, the bubbles are buoyed by comfort: Each comes with a four poster bed and heated mattress; ensuite bathroom; comfy robes and slippers to wrap yourself in post-rain shower; wooden floors with electric heating; and complimentary breakfast and a Nespresso coffee machine to wake you up after a night of next-level stargazing. Guests can also control their room’s temperature, pressure, humidity, and electricity in case the weather outside is less than ideal.
Guests have access to two miles of trails — home to wildlife like badgers, deer, and otters — as well as mountain biking trails that take you past lakes and castle ruins. Visitors can hop in a kayak and explore nearby Lough Erne, a lake made up of islands, bays, and river inlets, or navigate a boat through one of the resort’s two marinas. And for those who need a little more R&R, there’s also a spa with saunas, a float bath, salt scrubs, and a hydrotherapy pool. So, get into your bubble today.
Article credit: Travel + Leisure
Photo credit: Finn Lough