Stargazing Glamping Domes in England

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Are you planning your next England adventure and need a bit of inspiration? Let your imagination run wild with these fantasy-style stargazing glamping domes – and make some memories you’ll be dying to share! 

Whether glamping in England is your destination of choice, or perhaps glamping with a hot tub, you’ll find your dream holiday in our collection of Stargazing Glamping Domes in England below.

So go on, try something new.

TOP 3 Stargazing Glamping Domes in England

Greenacres Glamping: Cheap yet good

With seclusion, quality, and comfort you will have the best glamping holiday here. With easy access to the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, you’ll find plenty to explore throughout the area.

The two stargazing domes, Kite and Osprey, span six meters and are very spacious. Sleeping up to four people, they are equipped with a wood-burning stove, air conditioning heating, a king-sized bed, and a decadent chandelier.

Those with outdoorsy activities on their action plan are in luck around here: it’s only around a 15-minute drive to hit walking trails in the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or canoe trips on the River Wye.

Deerstone Glamping: Best value for money

A unique, family-orientated blend of luxury Glamping experiences. Overlooking just some of the iconic locations that make this region famous, you’ll find a slice of seclusion for you and your family.

There are six family glamping domes, all of which sleep up to five people on a double bed and a combination of single and bunk beds to best suit your needs. All bedding, linen, and towels are provided. Also included is a wood-burning stove, cool box, and all cooking utensils. Two even have wood-fired hot tubs!

Overlooking the striking scenery of Pendle Hill you’ll soon ‘get away from it all’. Leave behind the hustle and bustle of modern life, and simply relax in Suana under the stargazing roof if not you may enjoy a BBQ night. For extra fun, you may head to Cinema Dome to enjoy movie nights. 

Sunridge Geodome: Luxurious

Set amid the beautiful Yealm Valley and surrounded by a picturesque carp fishing lake, Sunridge Geodome with a private hot tub is a luxury Geodesic dome.  Perched on its own near the fishing lake this glamping geodesic holiday retreat seams with pure luxury! 

Once you step inside this giant, a vast open plan space awaits complete with glorious interiors and high-tech thrills – enough to cater to the most modern of travelers and perfect for that romantic geodesic glamping getaway.

For stargazers just look up in the upper mezzanine den as we have included a skylight for those astronomers amongst you, or look over the glass balcony and take in the incredible height of the glamping geodome! Outside is a sunken hot tub complete with mood lighting providing a perfect spot for relaxing. 

Cheap Yet High-Quality Stargazing Glamping Domes in England

Hadspen Glamping

Nestled into a tranquil hamlet next door to The Newt Country Estate is Hadspen Glamping. Three safari glamping domes are proudly perched amongst nature, offering a sustainable, eco-friendly getaway. The perfect base from which to explore the wider county of Somerset. 

Each of the three safari glamping domes has its own carefully thought-out and unique styling. Although individual in style, they have in common the same luxuries. From their spacious open-plan living spaces and kitchen space to comfortable beds with lovely cozy bedding, you will be having all heavenly vibes under a perfect stargazing roof.

If you fancy striking out from Hadspen Glamping, there’s plenty to keep you occupied in the local area and beyond. Take in the fresh country air with a reinvigorating walk. Hadspen Glamping is the only accommodation within walking distance of The Newt in Somerset.

HARTA retreat

Situated in a peaceful and glorious meadow is the HARTA retreat. Within easy reach of Exmoor National Park, and the beautiful beaches of Woolacombe, Croyde, and Saunton Sands. 

HARTA retreat comprises four glamping tipis. Sitting Bull and Dancing Deer are creating a wonderfully spacious layout. Whilst Crazy Bear and Moon Dance are serene single-room tipis with king-size beds and cozy wood-burning stoves. And with hot water and flushing loos and gorgeous views of the stargazing roof, this is seriously glamorous glamping.

Explore the many walking and cycling routes, drinking in the stunning scenery while spotting the local wildlife. Head west of Lynton to the Valley of the Rocks

Luna Domes

Sumptuous furnishings, fresh air, glorious sunrises, and cozy nights all set within beautiful natural surroundings – that’s Luna Domes with a unique dome-style offering.

The geodesic dome structure affords a natural flow and feeling that is like no other experience. Natural wood-burning fires mixed with panoramic views and sumptuously soft furnishings merge the best of luxury glamping accommodation, with the nature-connection of camping, all with the home comforts you expect. The vibes will take you to another time as you relax while stargazing

Enjoy a soak in the hot tub or grill a feast on the Blackstone grill & enjoy sunset dining on the deck. These unique, mostly transparent structures are tucked away & arranged strategically to ensure privacy & total nature immersion.

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Valleyside Escapes

Quite literally escape to the country and enjoy returning to nature – but in pure comfort. Ensuring that all would-be campers are happy glampers. Tucked away into a hidey-hole in the woodland is Exe Valley Glamping.

The interior of your safari dome at Exe Valley Glamping is kept as natural as possible, with wooden accents throughout. Walk into your open-plan living space, including a sofa and a small kitchen area. Enjoy the outdoor space while having beautiful stargazing views.

If you can bear to leave your sanctuary at Exe Valley Glamping, you’ll find the area overflowing with things to do! Those keen to continue the outdoorsy theme of their break are in for a treat. Try the many walking and cycling trails or head to one of the many beaches.

East Crinnis

East Crinnis is a spacious and landscaped park set in secluded rural countryside on the beautiful south coast of Cornwall, providing beautiful glamping domes ideal for a quiet relaxing holiday. 

They provide wonderful glamping that is private with sheltered hedges. Inside you will be welcomed with all the top-notch amenities. The wetland conservation pond is great for fishing, and relaxation under some scenic stargazing views.

The park is close to the beaches, harbors, and coves of St Austell Bay, and is an ideal base from which to explore the local fishing villages of Mevagissey and Fowey and the nearby historic and tiny port of Charlestown.

Atlantic Horizons

There’s no better place to embrace nature. From old-school camping and unfurnished bell tents to fully furnished glamping options, this site caters to all. Plus, it’s only 15 minutes from Bude and Summerleaze Beach – where you can soak up the sun or catch a ride on the waves.

Here the *new* Opal Hypedome is a unique glamping dome that can sleep up to 4 people. It turns a beautiful opal color when the light hits to give you that unique glamping experience whilst also being able to stargaze at night. Its shape made up of hexagon panels allows an uninterrupted prime view of our Atlantic sunsets and night sky.

Activities like cycling, horse riding, rock climbing, abseiling, fishing, and golfing are all close by in a relaxed, organic, and eco-friendly environment. 

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Ashwood Shepherd

Quoted as being one of the best glamping sites in the UK by The Guardian. Are you ready to experience the absolute best? If you’re looking for an idyllic country getaway, Ockeridge Rural Retreat is likely to have just what you’re looking for.

Designed to make the most of the space available, while offering premium facilities. Each glamping dome has a king-sized bed perfect to adore stargazing views. Kitchen facilities are included in all accommodations, ensuring you have a stylish space to brew your morning cuppa in. 

As a base, Ockeridge Rural Retreats is ideally located. Plan hikes through the stunning Malvern Hills. Hire canoes or a kayak and paddle down the River Severn. And in the nearby Wyre Forest, you could swing from the trees and test your courage at Go Ape Wyre

Nature's Nest

Nature’s Nest glamping domes are nestled into Herefordshire. If you’re looking for family glamping with hot tubs in the Wye Valley then look no further. Nature’s Nest is also perfect for an adventurous Wye Valley activity holiday for groups or extended families. 

A king-sized cabin bed, a double room, and a twin mean that 6 adults can all enjoy a good night’s sleep and emerge for morning coffee on the decking refreshed! Snug bedding with feather and down duvets plus electric blankets means that coziness won’t be a problem!

At Hereford Canoe Hire you can opt for a paddle board, canoe, or kayak and paddle your way home to Nature’s Nest from where they are happy to collect. Symonds Yat is the epicenter for watersports and also sublime dog walks up to Symonds Yat Rock and around. 

Catgill Farm

Reconnect with nature and experience the very best outdoor living has to offer. All without sacrificing those little luxuries or even a wink of sleep. Nestled into the treeline on Catgill Farm are these beautiful wooden glamping domes

Comfy and extremely cozy, catch your nightly dose of Zzzz’s on either the double bed, the sofa bed, or even the full-sized single bunk beds that are within your dome. With a fully fitted kitchen,  you’re also well prepared with all you’ll need for your stay. 

The first place you’ll want to visit is Bolton Abbey. Take a picnic, paddle in the winding river, and explore the many areas, sights, and trails or just relax while stargazing. Hesketh Farm Park is just a stone’s throw away from Catgill Farm. 

Ream Hills

Close to Blackpool, this family-friendly site offers an ideal getaway for guests to unwind. With various types of accommodation to discover nestled around the lovely lake’s edge, there is something for everyone!

For those who prefer glamping with amazing views of stargazing, there is a whole range of unique and exciting glamping accommodations for those looking for something a little out of the ordinary. The site offers pods for groups of up to four with a double bed and sofa bed or for groups of six with a double bed, sofa bed, and bunk bed.

Ideally located for the exploration of Lancashire in general and the Fylde Coast in particular, including Blackpool’s world-famous attractions such as the Tower, Pleasure Beach, and Golden Mile as well as the wonderful shops, restaurants, and wine bars. 

Owl Valley Glamping

Owl Valley is situated about 1 mile from Bideford, North Devon. Full of titillating bird sounds, fresh flowers, and unlimited possibilities for adventure, it is the perfect place to get away and explore the serenity of nature

Long Eared Geodome sleeps up to 6 with a king-size bed and two single beds. Inside, you will find a lovely log burner that helps to keep you warm and cozy in the evening. The glamping dome has a large solar-powered main light and plenty of fairy lights.

On a clear night, the stargazing roof is breathtaking, and with a soundtrack of owls hooting and the stream burbling away, you do have the perfect backdrop to your stay.

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The three underground glamping domes at The Little Shire are an inspiration and crafted to perfection!  Designed to be fun, stylish, and quirky glamping!

Wabbit is the largest, sleeping between 7 and 8. With three bedrooms. Quackers has two king-size bedrooms. The Charm Inn has one king-size bed and an en-suite, so makes a perfect romantic retreat for two. It benefits from a small kitchenette in a studio formation. Meanwhile, Wabbit and Quackers each have a fully fitted kitchenideal for families, these are quirky little holiday domes filled with homely touches.

Get out and about and explore the beautiful Somerset surrounding The Little Shire. If you’re fancying something a little more action-packed, check out the wide range of activities on offer at the Mendip Activity Centre.

Mill Farm Glamping

Invoke your hobbit senses with a unique, nature-filled stay at Belle Vue Farm Shire. Three stunning glamping domes topped with flowering roofs are waiting to create magical memories.

As unique as the exterior, the interior is styled to perfection. Chic rustic décor embraces the feel of the countryside. And yet there’s nothing rough about these luxury-laden properties. Open the door into the social living/dining/kitchen space topped with traditional beams. 

Cook up a storm on the BBQ and dine al fresco at the seating area. And don’t forget your swimming togs! Each shire dome comes with a highly unique hot tub water well. Perfect for soothing those tired, stressed-out muscles under amazing stargazing views.

Vintage American Airstream

Looking for somewhere to spend a unique romantic weekend away? Tucked away in a secluded corner within a soothing woodland setting, this vintage Airstream is the perfect sanctuary for a relaxing and fun getaway in the heart of the beautiful county of Devon. This unique glamping hideaway sleeps two and also welcomes your small four-legged friends.

Offering that much loved the retro experience, yet well equipped with all the mod cons. The kitchen is compact but has everything you could need. The space has been cleverly designed to keep everything neatly tucked away but readily on hand.

The Dittisham American Airstream is superbly located to explore everything Devon has to offer, that’s if you can tear yourself away from your humble abode of course.


Escape the rat race to enjoy the unique peace and tranquillity, located in a flower meadow on the edge of Bodmin Moor, this cool, geodesic dome tent has every luxury you could wish for.

From the huge super king bed, you can watch the sunrise over the moors or look up through the ceiling window to the dramatically starry skies. The kitchen has everything you need still keeping its rustic charm. The other geodomes that makeup Ekopod is scattered in their areas of meadow, so you feel very private and isolated.

Watch the stars come out from the deck with a glass of Pinot. Tempting as it might be to hide out in the tent, the surrounding countryside has plenty to enjoy too, from the foodie hotspots of Padstow to unspoiled beaches that are great for surfing.

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  • Which is the most luxurious stargazing glamping dome in England?

    It depends on your preferences and what you consider luxurious. But, if we have to choose we would say Sunridge Geodome because of its thoughtfully decorated interior and the large outdoor hot tub. 

  • How would i know if a stargazing glamping dome in England is pet-friendly?

    To make your booking process easier, we marked the pet-friendly glamping domes with a "paw tag". However, always keep in mind to read the booking description carefully and our extra suggestion is to notify the owner just in case. 

  • Which stargazing glamping domes in England have private hot tubs?

    For a relaxing stargazing glamping break in England, we have Sunridge Geodome and Catgill Farm Glamping in our list with private hot tubs in a peaceful and tranquil location.