The 'World's Loneliest House' is a secluded island hideaway surrounded by the sea, located on Ellidaey, a remote island south of Iceland that is part of the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago of 15 to 18 islands.
About 300 years ago, five families lived on this island. The lone structure on the island was designed to serve as a lodge for puffin hunters.
Surprisingly, the structure is encircled by a fence and has been cloaked in mystery since it first appeared in public forums.
A rustic house on Elliaey Island lacks modern comforts but features a rainwater-fueled sauna. It epitomises tranquillity and a simpler existence by the water in a protected nature reserve.