If you’re looking for peace and quiet, I’ve got just the place for you! Tennessee Glamping is nestled among 16 secluded acres with gorgeous mountain views! This solar powered geodesic dome is the dreamiest glamping experience! This unique property was featured on the DIY Network, “Building Off The Grid”.
Seth and I were so excited to head to Altamont, Tennessee for a few days, just the two of us to glamp in this fabulous dome! Altamont is about an hour and a half from Nashville, so it was a quick and easy drive!
Now, this is my IDEAL camping set up-an indoor kitchen, bathroom, shower AND electricity! The electricity is solar powered so we did have to be mindful of conserving energy.
The cutest, little coffee bar! We enjoyed making our coffee and sitting on the deck! We felt like we were a million miles away!
The accommodations were so nice! This bed was super comfortable with warm, cozy blankets! Between the blankets and heating system, we stayed warm!
The prettiest bathroom I’ve ever had while camping! The dome was stocked with basic toiletry items, towels and all the essentials we needed!
The property has two fire pits (one on the deck), swings, board games and books to borrow!
One afternoon, we hiked around the acreage to explore! These colorful trees couldn’t have been any prettier! We enjoyed checking out the caves on the property also!
One morning, we drove a few miles and had breakfast at Altamont Coffee and Cafe! Their caramel latte was one of the best I’ve ever had! Foster Falls, Fierry Gizzard and Cumberland Caverns are all close by as well!
Spending time at Tennessee Glamping was definitely a highlight of the year! We soaked in the quiet, took naps, explored and recharged. We cannot wait to go “glamping” again soon!
*A few notes for those interested in booking a stay:
- Book before 10/31/20 and save 15% off with code NASHMOM15 (Use https://www.tennessee-glamping.com/ to book also to save extra on fees added through AIRBNB)
- The end of the year is booking up fast and 2021 reservations are now open
- While the dome does have electricity, it is solar powered. So, guests need to try to conserve while they can.
- There is a steep walk way down to the dome. I was able to carefully walk down while carrying my overnight bag and several grocery bags with no problem.
- We brought all of our food with us as there are no stores close by
This is such a unique experience! Have you ever been glamping?