Icelandic Cottage Near The Golden Circle
Stay in a charming cottage in Floahreppur, close to all main attractions in South Iceland with room for 6.
This cottage is located off road no. 30, only 2.3 km north from route 1 on a serene gated private land. The house has a private patio that is fitted with outdoor furniture where you can lounge with a glass of wine as you take in the view.
Staying in South Iceland
The house has three bedrooms. Two of them have double beds and one has two single beds. All beds are ready-made with eiderdown duvets. The bathroom has a shower and high-quality bath towels, hand towels, wash clothes for six guests and a hairdryer.
There is a satellite TV, a DVD and CD player, radio and internet access. The dining table can seat 6 people and the kitchen is fully equipped with a large American fridge(fridge/freezer/icemaker/running water), dishwasher, stove, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, blender, etc.
A baby high chair and cot can be provided upon request. There is a parking space on the premises.
In the hallway, you will find a washer, dryer, iron, and an ironing board for all your laundry needs.
The house is in a strategic location close to Gullfoss Waterfall, geyser Geothermal Area, and Thingvellir National park. Closeby, you can go on a thrilling jet board ride in the white water rapids of Hvita River and while onboard, you will enjoy more beautiful scenery ranging from open deltas to dramatic canyons.
You can travel on kayaks along the beautiful coastline and through a broad water area west of Stokkseyri where you will spot numerous bird species and plants. During winter months, you might be able to witness the northern lights (aurora borealis).
This cottage is ideal for groups of friends and families looking to explore South Iceland while also engaging in waterbased adventures. The amenities provided ensure that you come back to a private and relaxing environment after a day full of activities.
Book your accommodation before it's too late and start planning your itinerary for visiting South Iceland.