Snaebyli Cottage in South Iceland
Stay in this cozy studio cottage in rural South Iceland, offering a kitchenette, terrace, and sleeping space for 4.
Snaebyli Cottage is a small, but comfortable cottage surrounded by horse farms and natural Icelandic terrain. The home is near the Ring Road, which makes it easy to take day trips to Vik or Hof.
This studio cottage has an open living space with kitchenette, plus a private bathroom.
Staying in Snaebyli Cottage
This cottage measures 28 square meters and offers all basic amenities for a comfortable stay in South Iceland. In the general living area, there is one double bed plus a pull-out sleeper sofa. There's a table where guests can enjoy breakfast or dinner, plus a small coffee table for books and games.
The kitchenette at Snaebyli Cottage has microwave, stove, fridge, and coffee maker. The cupboards are stocked with pots, pans, oil, and basic seasonings.
The bathroom is closed off from the rest of the space and includes shampoo, hangers, and a hair dryer. Outside, guests can relax on the patio and enjoy beautiful views of Iceland's mountains, and sometimes, the Northern Lights. WiFi and parking are included.
Snaebyli Cottage is about 15 kilometers from the Ring Road, or Route 1, which stretches around Iceland's perimeter.
About 40 minutes east along Route 1, guests can visit Systrastapi Rock and Stjornarfoss. A bit further down the road is Dverghamrar, a dramatic rocky cliff.
About an hour west along Route 1 lies the village of Vik, which is known for its seaside cliffs, black sand beaches, and the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier. A bit further west, guests can visit the Skogafoss Waterfall and Flowering Falls.
Waterfalls, glaciers, and rock formations are some of the top things to see in South Iceland.
With all basic amenities and a beautiful, rural setting, Snaebyli Cottage is a great choice for couples and small families visiting South Iceland. Its location near the Ring Road makes day tips a breeze.
Book your stay at Snaebyli Cottage soon, and look forward to touring Iceland's cliffs, glaciers, and waterfalls.