Mjoeyri Cottage #2 With Terrace
Relax at this newly built wood cottage in East Iceland, offering a full kitchen, WiFi, seaside views, and space for 7.
Mjoeyri Cottage #2 is a simple, but well-equipped wood cottage located in Eskifjordur in East Iceland. Guests are within easy reach of Budararfoss, Easter Cave, and Hengifoss.
This cosy cottage has a full kitchen and bathroom, comfortable beds, and plenty of outdoor amenities.
Staying in Mjoeyri Cottage #2
The first floor of the cottage has a cosy sitting area with an L-shaped sofa, television, and coffee table. In the kitchen, guests will find a fridge, stove, microwave, oven, and coffee machine. Tableware is also provided. There's also a private bathroom with a shower on the first floor.
The second floor of the home has two bedrooms, each with two beds. A door opens up to give access to an upstairs balcony, which offers lovely views of the sea. There's a sleeper sofa in the living room, too.
Outdoors, guests can relax on the terrace, grill on the barbecue, or enjoy the shared hot tub. The land around the cottages is nicely maintained. Parking and WiFi are included.
Just up the road in Eskifjordur, there are several restaurants, a gas station, and other essentials. Eskifjordur also has a Maritime Museum. The Holmanes Nature Reserve is about 7 minutes away and offers scenic views of the sea.
There are many waterfalls a short drive from the cottage. Budararfoss is about 20 minutes west, and Fardafoss is about 45 minutes to the northwest. Hengifoss, a very tall waterfall with beautiful hiking trails, is about an hour away.
Other nearby attractions include Heavier Mountain, the Icelandic Wartime Museum, and Easter Cave. North of the cottage on Seydisfjordur, travellers can rent kayaks or book a boat tour.
Mjoeyri Cottage #2 is a great choice for busy families and groups wishing to tour East Iceland's waterfalls and fjords. Its seaside location offers wonderful views.
Book your stay at the in-demand Mjoeyri Cottage #2 so you have a beautiful place to relax when sightseeing in Iceland.