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Why stay in a cottage in Iceland?
Staying in a cottage is the best way to immerse yourself in Icelandic nature and culture. Great for those looking for self-catered accommodation in Iceland. A cottage getaway is how many Icelanders choose to spend their holidays in this stunning country. There are cottages dotted all over Iceland, giving you private space in beautiful surroundings. Cottages range from being rustic to luxurious - an unexpected luxury included in most cottages in Iceland is the hot tub. Icelanders love using the geothermal energy of the country to soak in a private hot tub under the northern lights or midnight sun, you’ll love it too.
Frequently asked questions
What are the best cottages to stay in, in Iceland?
If you're staying in North Iceland, you can't go wrong with the Hrimland Cottages near the town of Akureyri. Each cottage has a private hot tub and stunning views of the nearby fjord. These cottages are perfect for families and other large groups, as they can fit up to 8 people. These cottages have a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 58 reviews.
The Dalahyttur Lodges are a range of modern and comfortable cabins that make a great base to explore West Iceland, the Snaefellsnes peninsula, and the Westfjords. With a charming rustic ambiance and gorgeous views of the nearby area, you'll surely enjoy your stay. Additionally, you'll find a restaurant on-site with complimentary breakfast. The Dalahyttur Lodges have a rating of 4.8 out of 5, from 65 reviews.
What are the advantages of staying in a cottage in Iceland?
It allows you to be self-sufficient and do things on your own schedule. Instead of being surrounded by the buildings and people in the city, you are in the quiet and tranquil countryside without a care in the world. It's easy to go out and see the natural attractions in the area and be able to stay as long as you like before heading back.
What is included when staying in a cottage in Iceland?
Most cabins in Iceland have a porch in the front where you can grill some delicious Icelandic lamb or other delicacies. Some lodges might also include a hot tub to soak in after a long day of hiking or sightseeing.