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A beautiful and cozy house ideally set in Vík í Mýrdal village in South Iceland. Vík is 186 km east from Reykjavík.
There are 2 timber houses. The master house is 64m2 with a sleeping loft (not included in m2) and the guest house is 27m2
The master house has 3 bedrooms, 2 with queen size beds (153cm) and one with single bed (90cm). The large sleeping loft has 5 good 80cm mattresses. The bathroom has a shower and a combo washing/drying machine. The living room, dining room and kitchen are all in one open space. A large comfort sofa and an internet TV are in the living room. The internet (Wi-Fi) is free of charge. The kitchen is well equipped with a dishwasher and nice new furniture. Cutlery and plates are for 18 people. The dining table is extendable and can seat 10 people. There is a patio with a large table with 8 chairs and a gas barbeque.
The guest house has 2 rooms and a WC. In one room there is a large king size (180 cm) bed and the other room has a comfortable sleeping sofa (140 cm wide) with an extra mattress.
The accommodation is for 9 people. There are quilts and pillows supplied and linens and towels.
Oddny and Ari bought this house 2014. We refurbished the house to make it nice and cozy. We live in Garðabær which is a town close by Reykjavík and have 4 daughters.
Oddny Teitsdottir purchased this cottage in 2014
We bought this house because Oddny´s mum grew up in Vik and we have stayed there allot for many years. Vik is a dear place to us and we enjoy to spend time there with our children.
The house is on the outskirt of the village. The fields are just outside the porch and sometimes the horses are just a few steps away. The beach is also close by which has tremendous magnitude with its black volcano sand on all the power.
The two houses are very comfortable.
We had a great time in Vik at this cottage. It was especially roomy and comfortable for our group, and the separate cottage out back was very helpful to allow us to spread out a little. It was perfectly situated to see -what I consider the best parts of Iceland south shore. It was clean, had great appliances and services, and Oddny provided us with an abundance of information. A small grocery store in the town was a welcome bonus. We had everything we needed, including the northern lights for two nights. Beautiful home and area, Thank you Oddny.
Owner was very attentive, checked in with us during the stay to make sure that every thing is fine.
We spent few days in this cottage. We were four adults with 2 kids!
This cottage had everything we need. Very clean!
It has been easy to plan our stay with the owners, we highly recommand if you pass by Vik
What a lovely home base. Modest from the outside but so much space on the inside. Oddny was gracious and very responsive when we had questions. The place itself is such a treasure. We were two families of 4 each and had a great stay. VERY close to the black sand beach. Vik was a great base town to explore the Southern coast of Iceland and this lovely cottage was the perfect home base.
We had a wonderful stay here in Vik. The town is so quaint. The house was easy to find and close to many of the places we wanted to visit. There was a little grocery store just a couple of blocks away that provided all our necessities. The house was clean and there was plenty of room for my family of 6. The kitchen was well stocked. I would highly recommend this place and can't wait to stay here again! Thank you Oddny for allowing us to stay in your lovely cottage. We can't wait to visit Iceland again.
Would definitely recommend to consider this place for a large family or group of friends. If you want to see puffins flying over your heads - this is the place to be.
All basic service is in Vík like grocery, health care, swimming pool, bank, restaurants and a liquor store. Football field is by the swimming pool (350m), playground for the kids and there is a golf course in Vík.
Places of interest and distances:
Víkurfjara. Only 350m to the beautiful black beach. In 1991, the US journal Islands Magazine counted this beach as one of the ten most beautiful beaches on Earth
The famous Reynisdrangar are pictorial basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall. Legend says that the stacks originated when two trolls dragged a three-master ship to land unsuccessfully and when daylight broke they turned into rock.
It is fun and rather easy to walk up the mountain Reynisfjall that is just beside the village. There is a road up to the top but it is only for 4WD cars. On the top you can see relics from the Second World War and the view is fantastic where you can see Dyrhóley, Reynisdrangar, Mýrdalsjökull glazier and Eyjafjallajökull glazier. It is also easy to walk over the mountain to Reynisfjara beach.
Reynisfjara beach . This is another beach just on the other side of the mountain Reynisfjall (11 km from Vík). There is a new restaurant called Svarta fjaran (The black beach). It is well worth visiting Reynisfjara beach but be careful not to go too near the sea. It is dangerous.
Dyrhólaey peninsula vest of Vík 19 km.
Seljavallalaug - old swimmingpool 42 km.
Þakgil -the canyon with a roof- 21 km.
Skógarfoss waterfall 33 km
Skaftafell National park 140 km
Jökulsárlón glacial lake 193 km
Reykjavík 186 km
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add A$29 per night, per additional guest|
Tax is included in the price.