Cold floors and drafty windows can be a part of a cottage’s rustic charm. But, if yours doesn’t have a substantial fireplace to curl up by, it can be hard to keep warm (without running a huge energy bill, at least). Here are some ways to stay cozy at the cottage, while you enjoy the great indoors.
This heated hoodie warms your core, chest, and lower back evenly with three heat levels. It is also washer and dryer safe.
Insulated boot slippers
These insulated slippers will keep your toes toasty warm. They’re designed to trap heat, while still letting your feet breathe. Plus, they have anti-slip soles, making them perfect to wear on the deck or on a camping trip.
Hot water bottle
This old-school method of warming up your bed is a classic for a reason. Plus, this one comes with a cozy cable knit cover.
Cold weather tights
These tights. are purposely designed for working out in cold temperatures. They are fast-drying on the outside and heat-trapping on the inside. Wear them on your hike, or on chilly days at the cottage.
Sunbeam heated throw
This patterned throw not only looks cute on your sofa, but it also has three heat settings, auto shut off, and is machine washable.
These cozy fleece mittens have built-in hand warmer pockets. Plus, they’re touch screen compatible.
Heated foot warmer
This washable, heated foot warmer will keep your feet warm while you read a book or watch a movie. You can charge it through your computer using a USB cord.
This ceramic portable heater is compact, and can easily fit in that drafty corner of your cottage. It also features a thermal shutoff function to prevent overheating and it automatically shuts off, if the unit falls over.
Snuggle up in this heated poncho. It has a two-hour shutoff safety feature that will also save you money on your electricity bill if you accidentally forget to turn it off.