Up at the north end of Europe, off the coast of Norway, there is an archipelago of islands known as Fleinvaer. Amongst those tiny Arctic isles, far from the hustle and bustle of normal society, a cluster of cabins has been erected – called Fordypningsrommet. And you can rent them out. Equal parts isolated vacation getaway and artist colony, this unique grouping of structures actually functions as a larger whole, like a house separated into smaller parts. That means there are cabins for sleeping, one that houses a kitchen, and another for bathing. There’s even a sauna down at the base of the property on a dock over the calm cold waters of the Norwegian Sea. There are no nearby shops, no roads, and no predatory animals – just peace and relaxation. But don’t worry, you don’t have to brave it alone if you don’t want to, as guests are given the option to have a host (a personal guide and expert on the surrounding lands) accompany them on their trip. Pricing starts at $2,577. And don’t forget to check our list of 15 most creative wooden houses.