Update (4:36pm, 30 September): Due to popular demand, the following dates have now sold out: all Manchester departures; 16 October; 3 November; 7, 9 December from London Gatwick; 10 December; 20 February from Glasgow.
Reykjavik ''offers a bewitching combination of village innocence and big-city zeal'', says Lonely Planet. The city is famous for its thriving music scene and nightlife, not to mention a clutch of cutting-edge restaurants, and this offer from Icelandair Holidays gets you there for £259 per person -- cheaper than if you were to package the deal yourself.
In full, the offer includes return flights with Icelandair, three nights' accommodation at Hotel Cabin, daily breakfast, a Northern Lights tour (worth £30 per person) and tickets to the Northern Lights Centre (worth £9 per person).
Frommer's recommends winter in Iceland as the shorter days mean ''the night is dark enough to see the Aurora Borealis''. The tour is approximately three hours long. Guests will be taken by coach to a viewing location based on the most up-to-date weather and solar-activity reports for that evening. Each trip is unique and sightings of the lights are not guaranteed. However, if unsuccessful, guests are able to join the following night's tour for free.
The Cabin Hotel is approximately a 30-minute walk or a 5-minute drive to central Reykjavik and Hallgrímskirkja church.
This offer includes 23kg checked luggage and 10kg hand luggage. All Icelandair flights also offer seat selection, personal in-flight entertainment systems and free soft drinks on board.
It is an extra £20 per person to travel from London Heathrow on 16 October; 6, 9-11, 13, 15-16, 20-21, 23, 27, 30 November; 1, 3-12, 14 December; 7-25, 27-31 January; 1-13, 17-28 February; 1-22, 25-29 March.