Relax in this beautiful wood cottage with a terrace, glacier views, and space for 7 on the Snæfellness Peninsula.
Arabud Cottage is a comfortable cottage with stunning views of the ocean and Iceland's rugged coastline. The cottage has a large terrace with a grill and is minutes from a hot springs and walking trails, allowing guests to immerse themselves in nature.
With a full kitchen, bathroom, and comfortable beds, guests have everything they need while touring West Iceland.
Staying at Arabud Cottage
Two of the bedrooms at Arabud Cottage are furnished with double beds, and the third bedroom has a bunk bed. In the bathroom, guests can enjoy the modern shower with glass doors.
Arabud Cottage has a wooden interior with traditional decor, making the interior feel welcoming and cosy. Guests can relax on the comfortable, U-shaped living room sofa and chat or make plans for the day. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
In the kitchen, guests will find all necessary appliances and tableware. There is also a gas grill outside on the terrace, which is a nice spot to unwind after a long day of travel. Children can play on the small playground while parents relax in the outdoor furniture.
Arabud Cottage is minutes from popular hiking trails that stretch from Hellnar to Arnarstapi. There are also opportunities for horseback riding tours, whalewatching tours, and cave tours nearby. Guests can also visit Djupalonssandur, a magnificent black sand beach, or Budir, a small church in the lava field.
Snæfellsjökull National Park is just a short drive from the cottage. Here, guests can climb to the top of a volcanic peak or take a tour of Vatnshellir Cave.
There are several magnificent waterfalls nearby, including Bjarnafoss, which is about 20 minutes away, and Grudarfoss, which is about 50 minutes away.
Arabud Cottage is the perfect choice for families and small groups visiting West Iceland. Its convenient location makes for easy sightseeing.
Book your stay at Arabud Cottage soon, and enjoy the beautiful coastline and glaciers of the Snæfellness Peninsula.