Stay in a new 40 m2 two-bedroom cabin with room for 6 and a beautiful mountain backdrop.
It’s located between Vik and Kirkjubæjarklaustur and is, therefore, the best place to stay if you want to sightsee Southern Iceland. It is also easily accessible from the Highway 1.
The cottage can be occupied during any season as it is fitted with a central heating system for the colder months.
Staying in Holiday House 5
The cosy cabin has two twin bedrooms and 1 pullout sofa in the living room. It also has a kitchenette as well as a bathroom with a shower.
The kitchenette is equipped with a coffee maker, dishes and silverware, microwave, and you can prepare your meals here. There is also a dining table in the same space.
The bathroom comes with essentials such as towels, soap, toilet paper and a hairdryer and the living room has a TV installed.
Other amenities provided are free wifi access and a lockbox for your valuables.
Kirkjubæjarklaustur is 21 km from the cottage. Here, you can find ATMs, grocery stores, fuel stations, and restaurants. Similar facilities can also be found in Vik which is 49 km away. There are many attraction sites nearby such as the Hrifunes Nature Park (5.6), Systravatn (21.6 km), Reynisfjara beach and Reynisdrangar (59 km), Skaftafell Park in the larger Vatnajokull National Park (92 km), and the Glacier lagoon (144 km).
Fossá Síðu waterfall is 16 kilometres from the location and it can be seen from afar as a white strip of water falling down the cliffs. There is no official parking onsite but there is plenty of space to park briefly.
Systravatn, also known as Sister’s lake, is located at the edge of the rocky belt just 21 km from the cottage. The lake holds an interesting folklore that you might learn from the locals during your stay.
This cabin is perfect for travelling groups and families intending to explore the south of Iceland. The residence offers unperturbed serenity while maintaining proximity to many attraction sites.
Reserve your accommodation at Holiday House 5 today and start planning your travels to the south of Iceland.