Cottage Framtid 3 with a Porch in Djúpivogur
Enjoy your stay in a beautiful and spacious apartment for 3 people in a fishing village surrounded by mountains.
Cottage Framtid 3 is a spacious cottage with a warm and woody atmosphere near the harbour of Djúpivogur. The cottage has a beautiful porch outside where you get to feel the coastal breeze and take in the view of the scenic mountain landscape. It also has a vibrant mood due to the number of fish boats at the marina, a few paces from the cottage. Free WI-FI is available.
Staying in Framtid 3 Cottage
The cottage has one bedroom which has two single beds (90 x 200 cm) and a sofa bed in the living room. When indoors you can hang out with family and friends in the spacious living room which feature a sofa and a TV. It also comes with a modern kitchen equipped with a stove and oven, fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee machine and kettle. A bathroom is available and towels and linen are provided. Outside is a porch with sturdy outdoor furniture to gaze upon the stars at night.
Free parking is available.
Framtid 3 cottage is located in Djúpivogur town, therefore, most social amenities including restaurants, supermarkets, swimming pools, and tourist information centres are easily accessible on foot. While in town, you can visit Eggin í Gleðivík at the merry bay, the works of the international award-winning artist, Sigurður Guðmundsson.
The Island of Papey is off the coast of Djúpivogur town and holds the oldest wooden church in Iceland. It is a popular site for birdwatching where you will find bird species like puffins, guillemots among others.
Mt. Búlandstindur is a short drive from the apartment where you get to hike the pyramid-shaped mountain and enjoy the view of Djúpivogur and its surroundings.
This cottage is ideal for solo travellers, couples, small groups of 3, or young families who wish to enjoy a private and authentic stay at a shore-side location while touring Iceland.
Reserve your accommodation at Framtid 3 cottage before it's too late and enjoy your stay at Djúpivogur.