Forget about islands, beaches and any sort of tropical landscape for a moment: THIS is where you want to spend your winter.
It’s called the Vista, and it’s a 160-square-foot portable cabin that stands on its own pretty much anywhere. With cozy cedar walls, insulated floors and a glowing, spacious interior, you can hide out here all. season. long.
The Vista’s interior is enough space for one to two people: There’s a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom with shower and toilet. You can also choose to add a washing machine or a pop-up flatscreen TV, if you’re into tricked-out getaways.
Pull-out storage under the bed makes this a prime example of efficient tiny home living. And a tiny dining table offers breakfast with a front-row seat of the winter landscape.
Oh, and did we mention the view yet? Three walls of windows surrounding the bed mean you can wake up in a winter wonderland… without the whole “being freezing cold” part. Glorious!
The Escape Vista starts at $39,900, which isn’t too bad considering a permanent vacation home will usually set you back tens of thousands more.
This tiny house will withstand blizzard temperatures and can travel anywhere a pick-up truck or SUV with a hitch can take it, a spokesperson told HuffPost.
After winter’s over, we imagine taking it to beaches, a desert or even our own backyard. Cheers to adventure — and to adventuring in tiny, blissful homes.
But if the Vista isn’t spacious enough for you, why not try one of their other models? The XL pictured here has all the portability with much more of the room.
This article originally appeared on Huffington Post.