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Glamping Dome 1

5 Guests

1 Bedroom

3 Beds

1 Bathroom

5 Guests

1 Bedroom

3 Beds

1 Bathroom

Home highlights

Pets welcome

Parking

Wireless Broadband Internet

Pictures

An overview of the dome

Dome with morning mountain fog

old image but shows the property and seclusion

sunrise view from the deck

View from inside the dome

propane fire pit on the deck

Amenities

Further info

Credit cards accepted, Accessible 24/7, Pets welcome and Wheelchair inaccessible

Outside

Gas BBQ, Deck chairs and 1 Private Terrace

Parking

Parking Included

Cooking

Blender, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Grill, Kitchenette, Microwave and Refrigerator

Entertainment

Wireless Broadband Internet

Heating/Cooling

Air conditioning, Central heating and Heating available

Laundry

Bathroom & Laundry

Miscellaneous

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Smoke Detector and Vacuum cleaner

Rooms

1 Bathroom and 1 Bedroom

Other units

1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room and 1 Toilet

Sanitary

Hair dryer, Shower, Towel-set and Hot Tub

Sleeping

Bed linen, 1 Double bed, 1 Fold-away bed and 1 Queen bed

House Rules

Credit cards accepted

Pets welcome

Wheelchair inaccessible

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 11:00 AM

Location

Country songs must be written about our place because we are literally "where the black top end"- Keith Urban and when John Michael Montgomery "I went down to the Grundy County auction" he was just down the road.

When you're looking to go glamping in Tennessee you need to be way off the beaten path, secluded at the end of the road on a mountaintop. You'll take Gap road all the way until you reach the end of the paved portion of Gap Rd. 

For directions to dome #1

From there continue down the dirt/stone road about 200 feet until you see a parking sign for the dome aswell as a stone parking place on your right. You'll see a lighted pathway with a rope handrail that will lead you to dome number 1. 

For directions to dome #2

Once you are off the paved road, 25 feet up on your right you'll see a sign for dome 2 along with a drivable path. You can either park at the sign and walk to the dome or you can drive all the way to the dome and park there.

If you are driving for more than 1-2 minutes on the dirt road you’ve gone too far. 

Country songs must be written about our place because we are literally "where the black top end"- Keith Urban and when John Michael Montgomery "I went down to the Grundy County auction" he was just down the road.

When you're looking to go glamping in Tennessee you need to be way off the beaten path, secluded at the end of the road on a mountaintop. You'll take Gap road all the way until you reach the end of the paved portion of Gap Rd. 

For directions to dome #1

From there continue down the dirt/stone road about 200 feet until you see a parking sign for the dome aswell as a stone parking place on your right. You'll see a lighted pathway with a rope handrail that will lead you to dome number 1. 

For directions to dome #2

Once you are off the paved road, 25 feet up on your right you'll see a sign for dome 2 along with a drivable path. You can either park at the sign and walk to the dome or you can drive all the way to the dome and park there.

If you are driving for more than 1-2 minutes on the dirt road you’ve gone too far. 

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Availability

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About host

TH

Tony Happeny


Contact us

Email: tony@tennessee-glamping.com