The word “unique” is often overused in the tourism industry, but when it comes to this glamping dome in North Carolina, it’s apt. A full kitchen and a hot tub are available just outside the door of this studio-style dome. A fire pit is provided, along with all the fixings for making s’mores.
Vermont’s renovated schoolhouse offers a taste of retro chic. The house, which sits on over 200 acres of unspoiled land, is a redesigned modern masterpiece that expertly fuses contemporary conveniences with traditional New England style. In addition to the hot tub, there is also a sauna in the form of a barrel—perfect for a snowy Vermont afternoon.
a natural blue pool that is hot to the touch and heated by the sun. This spot is a fully renovated 1800s mining cabin with one bedroom and an infinity edge hot spring large enough for lap swimming.
This Sonoma County gem was handcrafted and is located in an area known for its towering redwood trees. It’s uncomplicated, spotless, refined, and totally endearing. Couples or people traveling alone who could use some time apart will find it to be an ideal getaway. Relax even more in the cedar hot tub that sits in the backyard of this home.
Dress like a cowboy, book a table at the Western Saloon in Tetonia, and get ready to down some whiskey. The house is located on 10 acres of private land, making it ideal for those in search of seclusion. It looks like something out of a Western, and the hot tub out back is the perfect place for weary cowpokes to unwind after a day on the range.
The House on the Edge of Time was constructed in 1977 and takes its design cues from Arcosanti and the ideas of Paolo Soleri, making it a one-of-a-kind option for a vacation home. It’s not a hotel, as the proprietor quordle puts it; rather, it’s designed for those in search of an extraordinary experience. The house’s massive hot tub is integrated into the back patio space and is constructed entirely out of natural materials and found objects, giving the impression that it is part of the original rock formation.