Enjoy the Northern Lights From Bed When You Stay In These Glass Cabins in Iceland

Northern Lights Glass Cottage

Is seeing the Northern Lights on your bucket list? If so, these beautiful glass cottages are the perfect place to make your dream a reality. Located in a lava desert in the Icelandic town of Hella, the homes allow for clear views of the sky from the comfort of the great indoors. And for guests who want to experience the lights from outside, they can still stay warm in a hot tub located on the property. Both glass cottages—nicknamed Grænn and Blár— are available for short-term rental through Airbnb.

The names of the cottages are informed by the qualities of the landscape. Blár is Icelandic for blue and is influenced by the colors of the lagoons, glaciers, and ice caves. Grænn is Icelandic for green, with an aesthetic inspired by the moss and the iconic green hues of the aurora borealis. Both feature similar designs but are located 200 meters apart and separated by hills to ensure the privacy of each party.

Look into the Northern Lights Glass Cottage

Beyond the immediate attraction of seeing the Northern Lights from a beautiful home, the stay is an opportunity to reflect in a secluded winter wonderland near glacier hiking and other outdoor activities. The properties offer beautiful views of Icelandic volcanos and mountain ranges to take in before the lights come out at night.

While resting inside, guests will enjoy a full kitchen stocked with hand-selected dishware and supplies for cooking at home. Even showering from the cottage is a unique experience where floor-to-ceiling glass allows you to stay connected to the landscape. A queen-size bed is fitted with organic cotton linen. All throughout the cottage, guests will find unique furniture and décor made by Icelandic craftsmen and artists from local materials like driftwood, lava sand, and branches.

Ready to book your stay? Visit the listing for glass cottages Blár and Grænn to find available dates and start planning your trips. You can also learn more about Glass Cottages Iceland on their website.

Want to experience the Northern Lights from a tranquil glass cottage?

Interior of Icelandic Northern Lights Glass Cottage

Two glass cottages—nicknamed Grænn and Blár— are available for short-term rental through Airbnb.

Glass Cottage in Iceland

Each contemporary cabin is floor-to-ceiling glass and is secluded among a lava desert in the Icelandic town of Hella.

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The accommodations even include an outdoor hot tub.

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It all makes for a perfect aurora borealis viewing.

Glass Cottage in Iceland

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Samantha Pires

Sam Pires is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met and one of the co-hosts of the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast. She is also a freelance architectural designer. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from NJIT and is currently earning a Master in Architecture II from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Sam has design experience at multiple renowned architecture firms such as Gensler and Bjarke Ingels Group. She believes architecture should be more accessible to everyone and uses writing to tell unexpected stories about the built environment. You can connect with her online at @sampir.fi.
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