Beautiful lake house in southwest of Iceland

Beautiful lake house in southwest of Iceland

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Beautiful house by lake Úlfljótsvatn next to Þingvellir national park. This accommodation is located in the famous golden circle.

The main house consists of four bedrooms totalling nine beds, three bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a large living room with a fireplace, a solarium, and a geothermally heated hot tub.

A smaller guesthouse is also available that sleeps three persons, with an en-suite and a washer/dryer.

We live in the capital area and this is our vacation home.

Bed linens and towels are provided for and the house is fully equipped with everything you need.

Features

More about us

  1. We are a family with 2 boys, 5 and 8 years old

  2. I am an entrepreneur and my husband an engineer and we would love to work remotely for 2 months a year

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Where is it?

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Located in the country with a beautiful view over the lake (1 hour from capital).

Popular destinations very close by, for example Geysir (hot spring in the geothermal area), Thingvellir the national park, Gullfoss waterfall.
If you are looking for stunning nature, Iceland is for you.

Iceland is famous for being called the Land of Fire and Ice because of its volcanoes and glaciers. It is dotted with natural wonders such as The Blue Lagoon and Dettifoss Waterfall. Iceland is also known for its rich cultural history, Norse mythology, folklore, and having no official family names.

Visiting Iceland is absolutely amazing all year round, but every season has its own charm. Icelandic summers of endless light welcome you to experience the magic of eternal sunshine. This is the brightest and most colourful season in Iceland and during summer almost anything is possible. Summer is prime time for hiking and pool hopping between natural hot springs. It‘s also the only season you can access the awe-inspiring Highlands. This is when we have longer days, warmer nights and an endless list of activities that await you all around the country.

People choose to visit Iceland in winter because of the high chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Having a chance to experience the Northern Lights in Iceland is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many people. If you choose to visit Iceland in December through March, there is a great chance you will get to see the Northern Lights.

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