Welsh Hills pop-up pods mix adventure & comfort

Jul 26, 2017, 8:16 AM EDT
(Source: MICOLO J Thanx 4, 3.1m views/flickr)
(Source: MICOLO J Thanx 4, 3.1m views/flickr)

Eight pop-up holiday homes, designed by Miller Kendrick Architects, have been the center of attraction in the Welsh countryside. The cavernous cabins promote the idea of off-grid “glamping,” with a blend of adventure and comfort for the visitors.


Dubbed as Arthur’s Cave, the mobile dwellings perfectly merge with the rural surroundings while retaining an essence of modernity, writes Inhabitat.  


Built for less than £11,000, each pod features a double, kingsize or circular bed, a living area and en-suite bathroom and cooking facilities to provide a unique experience to those visitors who wish to enjoy remote countryside locations but in homelike comforts, notes Dezeen.