Laxarbakki Studio 211: Large Apartment Near Akranes
Choose this spacious studio apartment with beds for 4, a balcony, kitchen, and bathroom near Akranes in West Iceland.
Laxarbakki Studio 211 is a large studio apartment with two double beds to accommodate up to 4 guests. The apartment has a kitchen, bath, and WiFi, and guests have access to laundry facilities, a sauna, and a hot tub.
This apartment is 20 minutes from Akranes and about an hour north of Reykjavik, Iceland's capital city.
Staying in Laxarbakki Studio 211
Laxarbakki Studio 211 has an open floor plan with a comfortable living area, where guests can sit on the sofa and watch television. There are two double beds with all bedding included. The apartment has a private bathroom, which is stocked with towels and basic toiletries.
Guests can use the kitchen space to prepare meals on their own schedule. It's furnished with a stove, oven, microwave, and fridge. Tableware is also provided. The balcony offers lovely views and is a nice place to enjoy a meal.
The property has a hot tub, sauna, and laundry facilities, which guests are welcome to use. WiFi is available, and parking is free.
Laxarbakki Studio 211 is nestled on the banks of the Laxa River, about 20 minutes east of Akranes. In Akranes, guests can golf at Lenir Golf Club or visit Eyrarskógur.
Borgarnes is about 20 minutes north of the apartment. Top attractions in the village include the Borgarnes Swimming Pool and the Old Cars Transportation Museum.
Guests can take a day trip about 1 hour and 20 minutes north to the Snaefellsness Peninsula, where they can visit Grundarfoss, tour the Londrangar volcano, or relax on Djupalonssandur Beach.
Reykjavik is about 1 hour south of the apartment and a good place to visit museums including the National Museum of Iceland and The Culture House.
Laxarbakki Studio 211 is ideal for couples and small families. Its central location makes for easy travel to West Iceland villages and attractions.
Book your stay at Laxarbakki Studio 211 soon, and enjoy hiking and relaxing on Iceland's west coast.