Stay in a cottage with a hot tub and enough room for at least 6 people, in Dalvik.
This 50 square meters cottage sports a large partly covered veranda with a gas grill and outdoor furniture. The outdoor hot tub is an ideal place to relax and take in the spectacular views that surround the house.
Staying in Brekka North Iceland Cottage
The house has two bedrooms with 6 beds: each room has twin beds and a single upper bunk bed. Duvets and pillows for 6 are provided. Also, bed linens, towels, baby beds and chairs are available upon request. The sleeping loft holds up to 6 mattresses.
The living room is furnished with a sofa and has a TV and a radio. The kitchen is equipped with all necessary appliances such as stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, other small appliances and tableware. It is perfect if you prefer to prepare your meals.
Free parking is provided.
The cottage is located in the beautiful Trollaskagi peninsula, an area that offers many activities like skiing which is popular with the skiing area of Boggvissta being the most favoured across Iceland. Another popular activity to do in the neighbourhood is whale and puffin spotting in the ocean surrounding the Troll Penisula. This is normally done on speed boats for both the thrill and to scout a larger area. This activity is done all year round.
The area is also famous for its many hiking trails and you can find a trail that suits everyone’s abilities. The village of Dalvik is where you will find a supermarket, restaurants, grocery stores and other amenities that you could need during your stay here. You can also take a day trip to Akureyri where you will find attractions such as the Godafoss Waterfall, Arctic Botanical Gardens, Aviation museum, Hof Cultural and Conference Center, and Hlidarfjall Park among others.
This cottage is perfect for small groups, families, and friends touring North Iceland. During your stay here, you will experience stillness and admire gorgeous views over Eyjafjorour fjord.
Reserve your accommodation at Brekka Cottage well in advance and start planning your trip to the North of Iceland.