Elderflower Dome


Stay from £70 per night
4 Guests
1 Bedroom
No Pets

Elderflower Dome, Somerset

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Although this geometric structure is not indigenous to its surroundings, Elderflower Dome sits peacefully amidst a site of colourful yurts in the idyllic Somerset countryside.  This unique canvas covered geodesic dome is spacious at 6.5 metres in diameter, allowing for plenty of personal space for your family holiday. 
Elderflower Dome accommodates up to 4 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children under its triangular jigsaw covering.  The continuously curved walls house everything you need for a comfortable stay - beds, seating and bean bags encompass the wood-burning stove, which emanates heat from the nucleus of this mesmerising structure.  A large triangular trio of windows allows for star-gazing from this space age structure. 
A pleasing mixture of pioneering and pragmatic, this structure, first created by R Buckminster Fuller in the 1950's, has been lovingly adapted to become your home for your self-catering Somerset stay.
Explore this historic county, once the scene of epic battles between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes, now home to red deer, wild ponies, peregrine falcons and large populations of rare butterflies along its heather- covered hills and uncultivated moors. 
Elderflower Dome offers so much more than a yurt holiday - this is your dome away from home.        


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