Why go camping when you can glamp on a goat farm with a bunch of adorable animals?
Dome City just released a new off-the-grid glamping experience an hour away from Toronto at Haute Goat, an adorable farm in Port Hope with over 200 acres of land you can explore.
However, the website warns visitors may have to give the right of way to goats, alpacas and horses while on the property.
The La Luna Dome experience is an overnight stay in a geodesic dome tricked out with alpaca themed decore and a starry night view of the countryside.
The 425-square-foot dome is equipped with a hammock, couch, dining table, and one bedroom and bathroom. Depending on the temperature, they offer three cooling fans or a wood stove oven to keep your indoor climate comfortable in the summer and winter.
The loft-style bedroom has a queen-sized bed and an opaque ceiling so you can sleep under the stars and gaze into the open sky all night long. The transparent windows also allow for plenty of natural light.
The dome can accommodate up to four guests, so an extra twin-sized inflatable mattress can be brought out, and one member of the team can take the couch, according to the website.
The dome is solar-powered and has a "kitchenette with a mini-fridge, a full-size washroom including, towels, a shower, sink, compostable toilet," reads the website.
The dome also comes with an outdoor deck rigged with a barbecue and solar lights. Just beside the dome, you can relax on your outdoor patio setup and soak up the fresh air.
The setup is only five minutes away from the farm's alpaca pen however visitors who want to get friendly with the furry farm neighbours will have to book animal activities through Haute Farm.
Price: $350 per night
Address:1166 5th Ln., Port Hope, ON
Why You Need To Go: To sleep under the stars at a remote goat farm in Port Hope.