Spend the night in UFO in its own crater playing Space Invaders and stargazing
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A futuristic spaceship has become one of the UK's most out-of-this-world holiday accommodations.
Complete with its own crater hole and laser display, the UFO pod offers a truly unique getaway.
Held up by stilts, the entrance door drops down from its hinges via remote control to reveal steps in the style of a classic spaceship, just like you’ve seen in the movies.
Located in Redberth, Pembrokeshire, the UFO is just one of many unusual holiday homes at Apple Camping, 2Chill reports.
You can also stay in a jet, an airbus, a Pac-Man dome, as well as various yurts and tents.
At night, the outside of the craft is lit up by lasers with a smoke machine available on request to give a full lunar landing experience.
There is also a monitor for gaming, with classic 80s games like Space Invaders and Defender.
The interior features eight windows which offer a 360 degree view of the outside, a double bed and two singles, a kitchen area with hobs, a sink, a kettle, a toaster and a fridge.
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All the furniture continues the futuristic theme, exactly as you would imagine inside a real UFO as a dome on top offers a perfect opportunity for stargazing.
On the Apple Camping Instagram account, one post says the campsite allows “friends and loved ones to escape from the lunacy of our silly, silly planet".
The UFO, along with the other accommodations on the campsite, was built from recycled materials with the shells of the jet and airbus also saved from the scrap heap.
Speaking in a YouTube video for Going Green, owner Toby Rhys Davis said the location originated as a cow field but he realised people wanted the weird and wacky, so created glamping opportunities like no other.
He always builds with the environment at the forefront of his mind, and has planted over 1,000 trees on the property.
Toby is currently renovating a submarine shell which will be the next quirky accommodation pod to open on his glamping campsite.
For more information visit the Apple Camping website.
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