CAMPERS can enjoy an out-of-this-world experience by spending a night under the stars in a UFO.
Unique sleepover includes retro video games and stargazing dome.
The UFO flying saucer is located at Apple Camping in Pembrokeshire, South Wales and can be rented from £165 per night – which goes up to £44 per person.
Campsite owner Toby Rhys-Davies has vowed to continue building more accommodation options for the insane.
He said: Behind every unit is a strange concept.
The UFO is shaped like the iconic ‘Flying Saucer’ and is decorated just as you would imagine it to be a real flying object.
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“At night the neon lights up, and there are retractable stairs with a mist effect when you open the doors to experience the full moon landing.”
Other features of the UFO include a laser projection screen and a dome on top for all-night stargazing.
UFO is also equipped with retro arcade games like Space Invaders, to make sleeping aliens a truly immersive experience.
It can comfortably accommodate 4 people with a double bed and 2 single beds, and it comes with its own dining area, wardrobe and basic amenities including fridge, kettle and microwave.
The Pembrokeshire camp site also houses a giant Pac-Man with vintage video games, a converted private jet, a submarine, a disco chapel, and even a Jane mansion.
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Exotic luxury accommodation options are inspired by owner Toby’s passion for building materials and recycling.
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He explained: “It just shows what you can do with old materials – you can recycle them in any weird way you like.
“This place is for everyone – people come with their kids, and we have retirees too.”