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    PODhouse is a German company that specialises in building tiny arched cabins for individuals and businesses alike. PODhouse offer three models; the Menhir, Cauma, and Plaun. The Menhir and Cauma are both 3.9 meters in length, whereas the Plaun is slightly larger at 5.9 meters. Each pod is 2.6 meters from its base to the peak of the roof, allowing them to be transported via trailer to their owners site.

    • Agus Holly

      the first podhotel with 3 podhouses located in a small valley in flims (laax falera), switzerland aims to be a universal model for more sustainable tourism. the low impact accommodations are located in an untouched and pristine alpine environment. since 2003, the swiss company 'robust outdoor brands' has been building the ultimate mountain escape for nature lovers! the PODs offer all the benefits of an insulated structure in winter and summer. this is camping in the 21st century, the in...

    • Jacqueline Antonishek

      eco POD hotel in switzerland. I will go here one day.

    • Jen

      Switzerland, Eco Pods Hotel in Films - Google Search

    • SushiStef

      Eco Pod Hotel, located in Films, Switzerland

    • Bunnie Hake

      First eco POD hotel in Flims, Switzerland.

    • Kristen S

      Tiny PodHouse Hotel Rooms In Switzerland

    • Evelyn Vincent

      Romantic little cabin (PODhouse)

    • Gino

      Switzerland, Eco Pods Hotel

    • Tiger Lily

      pod space

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