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Located 26 miles from The Pearl, Móar Cottage has accommodations with a garden, a shared lounge and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Cozy little cottage with all the equipment needed. There is a bunk bead (bottom bed is wider) and a pullout sofa. Fairly silent outside and you can gaze upon the stars as well. Parking is right next to the house.
This property is near Akranes Harbor and 0.8 mi from Akranes Museum Center. It offers a pretty, hedged garden and a large, furnished terrace. Wi-Fi and parking are free. We got use of an entire apartment for less than the price of a typical hotel room.
Set in Akranes in the West Iceland region, Bard Cottage features a terrace and garden views. This property offers access to a patio, and free WiFi. Perfect place to relax after day of exploring. Beautiful, comfortable and cosy house, great attention to details. Nice sorroundings, house is in a small forrest with little lake and mountain views behind. We especially loved hot tube on the deck. Wonderful and caring hosts are always ready to help and provide advice. We highly recomnend Bard cottage to other travellers.
Located next to Iceland’s Ring Road, Laxarbakki offers apartments with free WiFi access and a furnished terrace with views of River Laxá. Akranes town center is 7.5 mi away. One of the finest cottages we stayed in Iceland over the last two weeks. It's a large cottage with a great sit-out area. The views are amazing on all sides. It's bank on the Ring Road, close to Akranes and Borganes. The people were very nice and helpful.
Offering unique guest rooms in refurbished buses, Esjan offers accommodations in Kjalarnes, 13 mi from Reykjavík. Free private parking is available on site. Great pleace and great experience to stay in the bus. Very well equipped and clean and warm inside. Shared toilets were also very clean. Thanks a lot
The Guðlaug hot tub on the beach is a 'must-visit'. If the outdoor location is a bit wild for you, it is also situated right next to the sports centre which has a heated pool. Also; whilst I drove through the tunnel to get to Akranes, I recommend using the scenic route to get back. It does add a bit of time to your journey, but the landscape and scenery is fantastic.
Very nice small town, in 40 min from Reykjavik and near to many attractions in Snaefellsnes Peninsula in Iceland, so it's perfect location to visit many interesting places around. The place to be in Akranes, for sure is a Lighthouse, since 1944, unique in Iceland which is possible to visit inside, climbing to the top. From the top you can see a beautiful panorama of 360° , this wonderful and romantic place offer some exhibitions and local music concerts. Climbe the Lighthouse! After climbing Lighthouse, may be you will be a little bit hungry, so have a nice lucnh or a dinner in Gamla Kaupfélagið can be very good idea. Very nice ambience, good local foog and local beer. Enjoy Akranes in every season!
A lovely little place, great sea front walk with lovely scenery of the mountain - enjoyed a early morning run along the sea front - Nice fish and chips from the chippy can - Like a place from yesterday
Akranes is some distance from Reykjavik, maybe an hours drive through a 6 km underground tunnel or 2 hours around the coast road. Don’t be put off though - the coast road leads through stunning views, there’s no delays or queues, its well maintained and passable in extreme weather- it’s a fantastic journey in itself. I wouldn’t say that public transport is particularly good though. There are no trains and buses are infrequent Akranes itself is a quiet residential area with an interesting fishing history. There are a few grocery stores, at least one open till late and the local pool is decent, maybe not to the standard of some of the other local spas and pools nearer the capital, but certainly better than Council facilities where I live.
Quaint little seaside town with some interesting history. There are limited dining opportunities but Gamla Kaupfélagið is quite good with fresh local caught seafood dishes that will surely please. Drive the tunnel under the bay but don't miss the drive around bay on Hwy 47.
Lovely town and great base to explore the beautiful Western Region of Iceland. Also easy access to Reykjavík. Good cinema (Biohollin), lovely new restaurant (Gamla Kaupfélagiðand) and a documentary film festival (IceDocs) in mid-July. A trip to the hot pool by the football stadium and the lighthouse are highly recommended.
The check in was easy, the keys were left inside the key box, code was sent via booking chatbox. We had no any direct contacts with the owners, just saw them from the distance. The house is only few hundred meters away from the main road. Akranes town is in reach within few minutes. We liked everything in the building, facilities were new, one of the best overnight stays we had in Iceland during our 11 days trip. Takk fyrir,
We had a wonderful, relaxing stay. The house is cozy, very clean and nicely furnished. Everything you need for a vacation in the cottage and much more, was available. Even coffee! Yes, the driveway is a bit challenging but so are the roads in Iceland! We are very happy to come back
Teigur was one of our last and best stops on our Iceland trip!we received a very warm welcome and could have not felt more at home, we would highly recommend to anyone exploring what West Iceland has to offer.
Perfect escape! Super helpful and kind hosting. Equally good location for family or adults, off the beaten track but near enough for exploring the west of Iceland.
basic guesthouse stay - no breakfast, but as I was leaving early for the aiport that didn't matter. Very confortable room in a nice location outside Akranes