Stay in a glass house cabin under the Northern Lights

Hello, Iceland. If the faraway destination is on your bucket list, then let the rugged location and quirky design of Panorama Glass Lodge inspire you to make the trip over.

Picture this…

You’re curled up under the doona in a comfy-as bed in your very own tiny glass cabin, with a view above of the Northern Lights.

You roll on your side and through floor-to-ceiling glass windows peek out at snow-capped mountains illuminated by the lights.

Imagine waking up here… Picture:

Sure beats a day in the office.

A 30-minute drive from Reykjavík in Iceland sits Panorama Glass Lodge, a family owned and operated business. In summertime here the sun shines at midnight, so the days go on literally forever.

Accessible only by car, this place serves up an offbeat adventure, but what we love is the cute factor of the lodge itself.

This glass house cabin is in the middle of nowhere, 30 minutes drive from Reykjavík in Iceland.

The fully-equipped kitchen features exposed brickwork, timber cabinets and space-saving shelves to store simple utensils and essentials.

There’s a teeny dining table, and modern bathroom with a rainforest shower, above-counter basin and trendy hanging pendant lights.

The pièce de résistance is a two-person outdoor hot tub, where you literally feel like you’re the only soul in the world.

It costs €379 for a one-night stay at Panorama Glass Lodge.

Trendy design elements include a rounded mirror, above-counter basin, and exposed brickwork.

Dinner for two?

Originally published as Stay in a glass house cabin under the Northern Lights by Kristy Barratt. Author at