Cottages in Borgarnes

Cottages in Borgarnes

Book your stay at a cottage in Borgarnes and plan your trip to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Create unforgettable memories in the midst of beautiful landscapes

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get to Borgarnes?

Borgarnes is a town located in western Iceland, less than 80 kilometres from Reykjavik. You must take route number 1 from the capital of Iceland, leading to Akureyri and drive through Mosfellsbaer. From there, the road will take you towards the tunnel in the Hvalfjörður fjord. Just behind it, there is only half an hour's drive to Borgarnes. There is also the option of getting from Reykjavik to Borgarnes by public bus, which heads towards the Snaefellsnes Peninsula or Akureyri.

Should I spend the night in Borgarnes before heading to Snaefellsnes Peninsula?

Spending the night in Borgarnes is a good idea, especially if your plane landed in Iceland late in the afternoon or evening. From there, it's also more delightful to set out to explore the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in the morning, because starting the day in a peaceful Icelandic province, you leave the morning traffic jams in Reykjavik behind and will have more time to admire Icelandic nature.

What amenities are offered at most cottages in Borgarnes?

The most common amenities are free Wi-Fi, free parking area, bed linen, and towels. It's widespread that cottages in Iceland also provide a private hot tub and fully equipped kitchen. You can check all available amenities in the property description on our accommodation page.

Do the cabins in Borgarnes offer self-checking and self-catering options?

Yes, most of the cabins and holiday homes in Borgarnes offer self-check-in, same as for check-out. Most cottages also have the option of cooking meals in the fully equipped kitchen. If the private kitchen is not available, a lot of properties offer a shared kitchen and dining room for all guests, which you will find on the property's area.

What attractions are close to Borgarnes?

Near Borgarnes, there are several ideal locations to include in your itinerary for a tour around western Iceland. These are the Glanni, Barnafoss, Langarfoss, and Laxfoss waterfalls. Nearby is the largest thermal spring in Europe named Deildartunguhver. Less than 90 kilometres from Borgarnes is the former Ok glacier, which in Iceland was the first to lose its glacier status. The Langjokull glacier is also close to Borgarnes. If you want to join a summer or winter glacier snowmobile ride, then there is no better place for this activity! You can also explore human-made tunnels in Langjokull.