Mulakot 1 - Cozy Icelandic Cabin With Terrace
Stay in this rustic cabin with a kitchen, large terrace, and space for 6 near Borgarnes in West Iceland.
Mulakot 1 is a charming, newly renovated cabin with beautiful views of West Iceland's cliffs and countryside. Guests enjoy plenty of convenient amenities including a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and a private bathroom.
This cabin is about 15 minutes from the village of Borgarnes and is a great base for day tours of the region.
Staying in Mulakot 1
Inside the home, guests will find two bedrooms, both of which are furnished with comfortable double beds. There is one bathroom, which is fully equipped with a shower, hair dryer, soap, shampoo, and other essentials. The bathroom also has a clothes washer, so guests can pack light and plan on doing laundry during their stay.
The kitchen contains all appliances and tableware needed to prepare a meal. There's a beautiful wooden dining table where guests can gather, and the living room is furnished with a comfortable sleeper sofa.
Outdoors, guests can relax on the spacious, private terrace and enjoy views of the Northern Lights. There's also a BBQ grill and plenty of outdoor furniture. WiFi and parking are provided for no additional charge.
15 minutes south in the village of Borgarnes, guests can purchase fuel, shop for groceries, and visit a local swimming pool.
This cottage is in a great location for day tours of the Snaefellsness Peninsula. The Lava Rock Formations and Grundarfoss are about an hour away, and Snæfellsjökull National Park is about an hour and 40 minutes.
Other nearby attractions include the Glanni Waterfall and Deildartunguhver, a boiling hot springs.
Waterfalls, dramatic cliffs, and hot springs are some of the most common attractions in this area.
Mulakot 1 is an excellent choice for families and groups of friends visiting West Iceland. Its convenient location makes it easy to tour the west coast along with inland sights.
Book your stay at Mulakot 1 soon, and look forward to a fantastic holiday spent exploring Iceland's waterways and rock formations.