Northwest Iceland Cottage Rental Photos and Description
PERFECT PLACE TO EXPLORE ICELAND
Kjarvalströð is a new luxury 'old style' privately owned cottages located in the spectacular and unique surroundings of Snaefellsnes on the west coast. Approx. two hour drive from Reykjavik. The National Park is only 5 min away. Enjoy the magnificent views of the glacier Snaefellsjökull, the surrounding mountains, and over the bay Faxaflói. The cottage is one of few cottages designed as Icelandic houses from 1920's. There are plenty of things to do and see in the area such as: beautiful hiking, whale watching, sailing around the many islands, historical places, bird watching, skiing and sightseeing on the glacier.
If you are looking for a quiet area to relax, or want to explore the unspoiled nature and many wonderful activities in the area, these Cottages are the perfect place!
Please visit our homepage http://hellnar.123.is/ for more pictures and info, and here you can find a great pictures from the area taken by our guests Ursula and Robert. https://picasaweb.google.com/102656392963375871162/ICELANDSNAEFELLSNES# They were so kind to allow us to put this link to the album.
Please also take a look at the new cottages opening this summer, Kjarvalströð 8 and Kjarvalströð 12.
Details for Kjarvalströð 12 - Very cosy new cottage - National Park 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 3, 1 Bathroom
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Hellnar ehf.
We are family that just love this place and its spectacular and unique nature.
Hellnar ehf. purchased this cottage in 2010
Why Hellnar ehf. chose Northwest Iceland
This cottage is located on the border of the National Park in Saefellsnes just under the famous Glacier Snaefellsjökull that is believed to be one of the seven energy fields of the earth that attracts thousands of people every year. The view from the cottage is straight up to the Glacier to the North and to the Sea from the South. It’s the best location to explore the Peninsula and be filled up by the energy from the Glacier.