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Syðri-Hagi

Syðri-Hagi offers accomodation in 2 all year around cottages, Götusel and Sólsetur. We are located in Árskógsströnd, Dalvíkurbyggð. At Syðri-Hagi farm are mainly sheep and goats, but also rabbits.

The cottages is in a peaceful place on the land of farm Syðri-Hagi with lovely ocean views. Located on the west side of Eyjafjörður in north Iceland. You can explore the majestic mountain ranges and welcoming valleys, either by car or on foot.

In wintertime Aurora lights can frequently be seen from the cottage on clear and crisp nights. There are also many good skiing areas within easy reach.

The cottage Sólsetur is 25 square meters, built 2016 - 2017. The cottage has one bedroom with two beds (2 beds*90 cm. Possible to push the beds together as a double bed). Also there is a sleepingcouch for two in the livingroom. The kitchen is equipped with everything necessary for cooking. Kitchen facilities for 4 persons. There is also a TV and free wifi in the cottage On the terrace there is a hot tub and a gas grill

The cottage is open all year around.

The cottage Götusel is 37 m2 with big terrace. There are 2 bed in one rum and bunkbed for 2 persons in another room, besides a sleeping couch in the living room and matresses on the sleepingloft. The kitchen is equipped with everything necessary for cooking. Kitchen facilities for 8 persons.There is also a TV and free wifi. On the terrace there is a hot tub and a gas grill

The cottage is open from march to november.

It is possible to get your laundry washed at the farm for a small fee.

Pets are not allowed in our cottages.

Hosts are: Gitta Ármannsdóttir and Hafliði Sigurðsson, Linda Andersson and Jónas Leifsson.

Syðri-Hagi

Syðri-Hagi, Árskógsströnd

GPS Points N65° 54' 10.598" W18° 17' 2.389"
Accommodation 3 Rooms / 6 Beds / 2 Houses
Opening period All year
Service Cottage rental Hot pot

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