Sleep in a UFO for your next staycation – from £44pp a night

CAMPERS can enjoy an out-of-this-world experience by spending a night under the stars in a UFO.

The unique sleepover includes retro video games and a stargazing dome.

The UFO flying saucer is located at Apple Camping in Pembrokeshire, South Wales and can be rented from £165 a night – which works out at £44 per person.

Campsite owner Toby Rhys Davies has vowed to keep building more bonkers accommodation options.

He said: "Behind every unit, there is a wacky concept.

"The UFO is shaped like the iconic 'flying saucer' image and it is decorated exactly how you imagine a real UFO would be.

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"At night it lights up neon, and there are retractable stairs with a mist effect when the doors open for the full lunar landing experience."

Other features of the UFO include a laser display and a dome on top for stargazing throughout the night.

The UFO is also kitted out with retro arcade games such as Space Invaders, to make the alien sleepover a real immersive experience.

It can comfortably sleep 4 people with a double bed and two single beds, and comes with its own dining area, wardrobe and basic facilities which includes a fridge, kettle and microwave.

The Pembrokeshire campsite also boasts a giant Pac Man featuring retro video games, a converted private jet, submarine, a disco church and even a Gin Palace.

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The quirky glamping accommodation options were inspired by owner Toby's passion for building and upcycling materials.

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He explained: "It just goes to show what you can do with old materials – you can upcycle them in any quirky way that you like.

"This place is for everyone – people come with their kids, and we have pensioners too."

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