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Syðri-Hagi

THERE IS TWO COTTAGES FOR RENT. THEY ARE LOCATED IN A PEACEFUL AREA AT THE ABANDONED FARM GATA. 
AT SYÐRI-HAGI THERE IS MAINLY SHEEP AND GOATS, BUT ALSO RABBITS, CATS AND DOGS.

ACCOMMODATION

BIGGER COTTAGE, (GÖTUSEL) 2 BEDROOMS, 4 BEDS, 1 SLEEPINGCOUCH IN LIVINGROOM.

SMALLER COTTAGE (SÓLSETUR) 1 BEDROOM, 2 BEDS, 1 SLEEPINGCOUCH IN LIVINGROOM.

FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN IN BOTH COTTAGES


Syðri-Hagi

Syðri-Hagi, Árskógsströnd

GPS Points N65° 54' 10.598" W18° 17' 2.389"
Accommodation 3 Rooms / 6 Beds / 2 Houses
Opening period 01/04 - 30/09
Service Dogs allowed Smoking not allowed Cottage rental

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