Cottages in Hella

Cottages in Hella

Visit the South Coast of Iceland and book your stay at a cottage in Hella. Admire Katla volcano and famous natural attractions located nearby

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Where can I find cottages in Hella?

Most of the cottages and holiday homes in Hella are off the beaten track, away from the main road, giving guests the chance to be wholly independent and rest in the harsh countryside. Several of them are located near lakes, including Tjarnarlækur and Minnivallalækur and rivers. The view of the Hekla volcano is a unique point in the landscape. Even though the houses are far from the centre of Hella, they are perfectly equipped, so your stay will be as comfortable as possible.

How many options are there for cottages in Hella?

South Iceland is a popular destination not only among travellers but also Icelanders who have their holiday homes there. The offer of cottages for rent in Hella and the surrounding area is quite large, so you can choose from traditional cabins, modern holiday homes, or typically Icelandic cottages, which have a jacuzzi and excellent barbecue on the terrace.

How easy is it to get from the cottages in Hella to Landmannalaugar?

Hella is the perfect place to spend the night before leaving for the Highlands and Landmannalaugar. From road number 1, turn onto road number 26, which then turns into road number F208. Your trip will take about 100 km.

Is bed linen included in the price when I book a cottage in Hella or do I need to take a sleeping bag?

Yes, bed linen and towels are standard facilities in most cottages in Hella offered for rent to travellers. Some also offer free toiletries, a hairdryer, and complimentary tea or coffee set.

Is staying in Hella a good idea if I want to increase my chances of seeing puffins?

If you come to Iceland mainly to see puffins, we suggest booking accommodation in the south of Iceland, but a bit further from Hella. Although there is a chance to see them as you approach the cliffs, the Vestmannaeyjar or Dyrholaey archipelago near Vik will be a better place. A stay in Hella is the perfect solution for people looking for peace, quietness, and relaxation close to nature.