Stay at this luxurious skiing cabin with space for 8, offering a full kitchen, hot tub, and ski storage space near Hlidarfjall Mountain in Akureyri.
Hrimland Luxury Cottage is a newly built, modern ski cabin with many comforting amenities including a full kitchen, private bathroom, and three bedrooms.
This home is about 5 minutes from downtown Akureyri and 5 minutes from Hlidarfjall Mountain, a popular ski resort. There are many opportunities for hikng, sking, and horseback riding nearby.
Staying in Hrimland Luxury Cottage
Inside the home, guests will find three bedrooms. Each room has two single beds, and one room also has a bunk bed. Linens are included. The home has one bathroom, which has a shower, soap, and shampoo. Guests can use the washer and dryer to do laundry throughout their stay.
Hrimland Luxury Cottage has a full kitchen with all standard appliances, including a dishwasher. Plenty of tableware is also included, and there's a gas barbecue grill on the porch.
The hot tub is a great place to soothe tired muscles after a day on the slopes. The porch offers lovely views of Iceland's snow-capped mountains, which really immerses guests in nature. Parking and WiFi are included, free of charge.
This cottage is just 5 minutes from Hlidarfjall Mountain. Skiiers can also ski down the slopes to Halond, where there are hot tubs and more opportunities for horseback riding, cycling, and hiking.
Downtown Akureyri is also just 5 minutes from the cottage. Here, it is possible to book whalwatching, boat, and kayak tours. Guests can also visit the Akureyri Botanical Gardens, which has a unique collection of arctic plants.
Other nearby attractions include the Vaglakogur Forest, Godafoss, and Geitafoss. Ljosavatn Mirror Lake is about 25 minutes away.
Hrimland Luxury Cottage is a great choice for families and groups of friends planning a ski trip in North Iceland. Its location near downtown Akureyri makes it easy to book tours.
Book your stay at this modern ski cabin soon, and spend your holiday on the beautiful, snowy slopes of North Iceland.