Enjoy your stay in a compact and cosy cottage that can accommodate 3 people in Blönduós, North Iceland.
The cottage is located at the serene riverbank atmosphere of the Salmon River Bland. Here tourists are practically connected to the whole of Iceland via Iceland’s main highway route 1 which is directly attached to the property. The cottage also comes with a terrace where you can enjoy the beautiful surrounding as you listen to the sound of the flowing river.
Staying in Gladheimar 19 Cottage
Within the walls of Gladheimar 19 cottage, you will find a master bedroom and a sleeping sofa therefore able to accommodate 3 people. You will also find a living room where you can relax with family and friends or watch TV from the sofa.
The cottage also comes with a bathroom equipped with a shower to freshen up after a long day of sight-seeing. A small kitchen is available where you can prepare your meals using the facilities provided. A gas grill is found on the outdoor terrace where you can enjoy a day outdoors barbequing.
The cottage is located in the Blönduós town therefore most social amenities are accessible on foot. This includes the supermarkets, grocery, fuel stations and tourist information centres.
Just across the river is a real feather in the cap of Blönduós town, the Hrutey Island. This is a perfect place for a short hike and birdwatching due to the abundance in birdlife and a variety in vegetation. Less than hours' drive from the cottage is the Troll of Northwest Iceland, Hvitserkur. The tall basaltic rock is the nesting ground for shag, seagulls and fulmar. Here you will get to see the 15m rock protruding from Húnaflói Bay.
56 km to the East of the cottage is one of the hidden treasures of Skagafjörður, Reykjafoss waterfall.
This apartment is ideal for solo travellers, couples, small groups of 3, or young families who wish to enjoy North Iceland in a comforting and beautiful surrounding.
Book your stay in the revered Gladheimar 19 cottage today and enjoy your stay in Blönduós while touring Iceland's dramatic northern sites!