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Kimberly was a wonderful host. She suggested places to go see the sunset, scenic drives, and restaurants around the area. The dome is so cozy and well decorated. The shower is inside the main house which is a few steps away from the dome. There is a toilet and sink inside the dome. Kimberly stayed upstairs in the main house and made us feel welcome to the kitchen in the main house to help ourselves. It is colder in the dome than it is outside but the heater inside the dome solves that. She also brought us to her horse ranch and we got to pet her beautiful horses. Thank you Kimberly for helping us enjoy beautiful Sedona!
The stay in the Gypsy Dome was very unique and pleasant! Kim was a great host and made you feel really welcomed! The bed was SUPER comfortable which is always a great bonus! The WiFi signal doesn't reach the Dome very well but it improved as you got closer to the main house.
Kim and Jason are very nice to people, the dome is very lovely and comfortable, the location of the dome like in the wild, rare people but safe and peaceful.
The living room and the kitchen of the main house are mess, but to me it is not a problem.
Thank you Kim and Jason
We loved staying in the dome! Kim was very welcoming, and gave us great advice on fun things to do in Sedona and beautiful hikes in the area. The dome was clean, warm, and a very inviting and creative space to spend a night!
Kim was a fun host and Lucy was exactly what we were looking for. A little worn, but just as described in the profile. We were visiting Sedona to see John Waters live and thought a night in an airstream afterwards would complete the experience. There was a bit of a toilet malfunction in the middle of the night, Kim handled it, and in the end it was just a pretty comedic addition to our expected adventure.
I can't really say enough about this place, I came in late in the evening and I was absolutely tired. Kim was more than welcoming, she opened up her entire house to me. She said I could use her dishes and eat her food if I was hungry. She said she didn't even mind if I was coming in and out of the house at all times of the night.
The space was extremely comfortable, the bed...oh the bed - SO COMFY. I needed a place of relaxation to rejuvenate for the big day I had coming up and this was definitely my oasis. Do yourself a favor and book with Kim and her husband, they are lovely hosts.
A unique place in a beautiful landscape! Definitely a very rustic experience, but much more comfortable than camping.
I arrived with a companion by noon, but unfortunately we did not get to meet Kimberly who had left earlier with Jason on a last minute trip. Instead a couple other travelers who had just stayed there the night before gave us a quick hello before leaving. The surroundings were beautiful and the dome was clean. However, I was confused as to the condition of the bathroom and kitchen in the main house- whether it was left in disarray or if the few travelers before were just not mindful of cleaning after themselves. Either way, we avoided using the kitchen and felt comfortable using the main house bathroom only once despite our two night stay. There are a couple of cats and a dog that roam freely in the main house and they were friendly and loving. Having access to hike areas and the vortexes were a plus, just the recharge and rebalance I was hoping for during my birthday journey. Crystals, tuning forks, and Palo Santo are readily available for use within the dome, some of which I used during my own meditations there. This was the first airbnb experience for both my companion and I and it was definitely interesting. In the end, the dome was cool, earthy and unique, a reflection of the magic of Sedona.
Kim checked in with us prior to our arrival. She was out with the horses when we got there so we just let ourselves in. She was very respectful of our privacy (there was another group renting the airstream) but was also very kind about letting us use the coffee maker and shower in her house. She even offered to let us eat her breakfast food.
The Dome was very comfortable. We got to see javelinas in the yard which was awesome. The toilet ran during the night but we notified Kim and she doesn't seem like the type who wouldn't fix it immediately. So, all in all, it was a great experience and we'd recommend Kim's Dome to anyone going to Sedona in the future.
we managed to put two 6 yr. olds, an elderly grandfather and two 40 somethings in Lucy and had a grand time of it. She has a fun, eclectic decor, a nice sound system and the hosts who opened their main home as an extension for necessities are aware, politically conscious individuals who live simply and without any pretension whatsoever. The "work in progress" aspect is noticeable on the premises, with several projects going and an unmaintained feeling yet manages to be completely functional and comfortable. My brother and father will talk about the Javalina sighting for years to come and my kids loved the rock creek bed in back, Kimberly's well chosen objects for the little meditation garden in front and the fact that they slept in a silver camper. we dug it.