Tiny dome house is the perfect place for a quiet weekend getaway

If you’re looking for the perfect weekend escape, this futuristic dome house in Bend, Oregon, is the place to be. The geodesic home—called “Dome Sweet Dome”—is located right off Century Drive and stands next to the hiking trails in the Deschutes National Forest. A quick bike ride will take you to the nearby Old Mill District or Downtown.

The house was closed for a few months due to COVID-19, but it has now reopened to accommodate individuals looking to get away for a bit. This two-bedroom home was renovated in 2019 and sits on a large and private lot. The welcoming ambiance and light-colored décor will immediately relax you.

Dome Sweet Dome in Bend, Oregon

Denise Gorman, the cabin’s owner, promises that future guests will not be disappointed because she and her husband Mike are dedicated to providing an exceptional home-away home experience for their clientele. Hundreds of positive reviews on their Airbnb page attest to this assertion. Here are a few examples:

The dining area inside Dome Sweet Home

“It is not an overstatement in the advertising that this is a must-do and sees a place to stay.” “Loved our stay here! We were impressed to find out it was from the 70s! They’ve made very nice updates to make the place very comfortable and fun. Denise was great about reaching out right before our stay so we knew what to expect. It’s a much bigger space than it looks and it had everything we needed.”

Dome Sweet Home during the winter

“Such a beautiful and unique Airbnb! The host was an excellent communicator and the Dome Sweet Dome is chalk full of thoughtful touches. Highly recommended!” “The Dome was incredible! The views are gorgeous and it’s just such a cozy and interesting space overall. I can’t wait to stay here again.

Denise was a great host – easy to reach and communicate with. I would definitely recommend checking it out if you’re ever lucky enough to catch an opening!” If you’re tired of all the noise in the city, you’ll be pleased to know that the Dome Sweet Home is nestled in a peaceful location. The second story floats—meaning it doesn’t touch the walls—so audible sounds are open throughout.

The living space on the second floor of Dome Sweet Dome

The home can accommodate up to four guests. It has three beds and one bathroom. It also has a spacious deck outside where guests can grill and relax while enjoying the view of the trees and the sky. It’s also a great place to watch the sunset.

The kitchen inside Dome Sweet Home

Pets and children under the age of six are not permitted to enter the dome due to safety concerns. In the gallery below, you can see inside the Dome Sweet Dome. This is a view of the living area on the second floor. A gas fireplace and a smart TV are included in this modern living area. While eating, you may take in the breathtaking views outside.

The living room area inside Dome Sweet Dome

With a Casper Memory Foam Queen Mattress, you’ll be able to get a good night’s sleep in this bed. Denise and Mike have resided in Bend since 2001 and raised their children there. They’re big fans of Central Oregon’s outdoor lifestyle. So if you have any queries regarding the location, they’ll most likely be able to provide you with an answer.

The den inside Dome Sweet Home

They also live nearby, so they can accommodate you at a moment’s notice if you need anything. The Dome Sweet Home is a superb place managed by an Airbnb Superhost – what more can you ask for?

The bedroom inside Dome Sweet Home

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