It's perfect for a solo or romantic getaway.

By Jess McHugh
February 09, 2017
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A tiny cottage in Iceland might just be one of the coziest locations to snuggle up in the winter.

Situated on a 320-acre farm and complete with a lofted bedroom and carefully appointed living area, this cabin is the epitome of a winter getaway, Adventure Journal reported. It is available for rent on HomeAway for an average of $133 per night.

Maja Siska, an artist and equestrian, owns the cottage and lives in another house on the property that is out of sight of the cabin.

The one-room cottage has a view of volcano Hekla, and is situated near natural hot springs in southern Iceland. While it may be small, it has all of the necessities, including warm beds, a nook for reading, and a tiny porch.

Of some 62 reviews on Homeaway, 60 visitors gave their stay five stars, raving both about the space and about Siska’s hospitality.

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Given its remote and northerly location, it is a perfect spot to see the Northern Lights, a natural display of electronically charged particles from the sun that create a nocturnal show.