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West Iceland: Cottage Rentals (15)

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                          Recent West Iceland Reviews

                          Perfect!

                          5 of 5
                          This place was so wonderful, and Margret and Fredrik are terrific hosts, very responsive and helpful. My husband and I stayed here for four nights with one other couple. We loved the location, and loved coming back to it after a day of hiking, etc., to cook dinner and to enjoy the hot tub. The one rainy day we had was saved by the fact that we could hang out and enjoy the views: the horses across the way, the mountains in the distance. The kitchen has everything you could need, including the quietest dishwasher. We agreed, it was one of the best things about our trip to Iceland. (and we had plenty of wonderful experiences!)
                          • Submitted: Sep 13, 2016
                          • Stayed: Sep 2016

                          Gorgeous place and great location

                          5 of 5
                          Loved the house and cabin too! Great base camp for area explorations. Our only difficulty was the stove and microwave as we dont have these types in Canada but owners were so patient with our questions and Rob was very interesting to talk to! Would stay here again for sure.
                          • Submitted: Sep 10, 2016
                          • Stayed: Sep 2016

                          Homely lodge in a stunning location

                          5 of 5
                          Nothing could have prepared us for just how beautiful Tvera and its surroundings are. The house looks out onto a crystal clear blue bay, dotted with tiny islands in front of rugged mountains and the succession of bays and cliffs we had driven along to get there – more on that drive later. Tvera has every home comfort and we were able to cook all our meals and take advantage of the trout farm just a few yards away, dining on fresh Arctic char followed by bilberries and crowberries picked from the hillside. We stayed three nights but didn’t travel far, we were content with short walks and just relaxing in our beautiful surroundings. The hot spring pool by the sea was amazing – . A far more relaxing and stunning location than the Blue Lagoon and it was free! We would thoroughly recommend staying at Tvera. Jon was a very thoughtful and welcoming host, providing us with lots of helpful information and a very well equipped Home. One thing we would do differently is to travel there by ferry. We travelled north from Bogarnes via the A1 and the A60. We can’t deny that the scenery along the A60 was some of the most dramatic and inspiring we have ever seen, but the roads were terrifying. Narrow unsurfaced tracks with steep clifftop drops. Our stomachs were in our mouths for what seemed like days, but was probably about four hours. Other drivers in 4x4s were more comfortable and we were overtaken many times when there was room. We were driving a ford galaxy and a Citroen Picasso, both heavily loaded with people and luggage. The first thing we did on arriving at Tvera was to book the ferry crossing to Stykkisholmun for our return journey. This took three hours and cut out all those scary roads. The A56 and A54 were a much easier drive Back to Bogarnes. The ferry was not too expensive. About 5400K for each car and each adult. Kids under 16 travel free and teenagers were half price. Money well spent if you have a fear of heights and want to keep a hire car away from unmade roads. We would definitely go again and stay a bit longer as there are lots of sights in the western fjords we have yet to visit.
                          • Submitted: Aug 14, 2016
                          • Stayed: Aug 2016