A night here will ruin all other glamping trips for you.

By Elizabeth Preske
April 10, 2018
Credit: Courtesy of Finn Lough

Iceland, Australia, and Canada all claim bubble hotels, and now Northern Ireland has also joined the club.

In the town of Enniskillen, in Northern Ireland, Finn Lough Resort gives nature-loving glampers the opportunity to book a stay at one of their seven, luxurious Forest Domes.

Credit: Courtesy of Finn Lough

The main appeal to these bubble domes are their 180-degree transparent walls, which promise unhampered views of the surrounding forest, peace, and solitude. According to Dome Experience, the design team behind the resort's bubble domes, the “quest was to bring guests ever closer to nature, away from the crowds, away from their screens and away from themselves.”

Credit: Courtesy of Finn Lough
Credit: Courtesy of Finn Lough

If the natural views aren't enough to entice you, the bubbles are buoyed by comfort: Each comes with a four poster bed and heated mattress; ensuite bathroom; comfy robes and slippers to wrap yourself in post-rain shower; wooden floors with electric heating; and complimentary breakfast and a Nespresso coffee machine to wake you up after a night of next-level stargazing.

Credit: Courtesy of Finn Lough

Guests can also control their room's temperature, pressure, humidity, and electricity in case the weather outside is less than ideal, designboom reported.

Finn Lough Resort offers more than just an ultra-comfortable night underneath the stars. Guests have access to two miles of trails — home to wildlife like badgers, deer, and otters — as well as mountain biking trails that take you past lakes and castle ruins.

Likewise, visitors can hop in a kayak and explore nearby Lough Erne, a lake made up of islands, bays, and river inlets, or navigate a boat through one of the resort's two marinas.

And for those who need a little more R&R, there's also a spa with saunas, a float bath, salt scrubs, and a hydrotherapy pool.