Maunin Olara Icelandic Holiday Cottages

Maunin Olara Icelandic Holiday Cottages

The little European country is renowned as the country of fire and ice. It is situated between the mainland of Europe and Greenland. The capital city is Reykjavik.
Home to numerous active volcanoes which have shiny ice caps; Iceland is inhabited by almost 0.3 million people who are spread around the coastal and urban areas of the country.

Iceland is a natural bequest as it has received a uniquely diversified geology. Its icecaps are the largest after Antarctica and Greenland and it is replete with hot water geysers, which offers panoramic view. Comprised of fire and snow, the geologically young country calls you to enjoy the perfect blend of natural contrast.

It is considered as a paradise for hikers. The mountains and valleys that cross Iceland are quite appealing. Summer is the perfect time to visit Iceland, and can tempt you with numerous activities including Horse riding, fishing, sea-angling, water-rafting, kayaking, canoeing, snowmobile ride and many more.

If you’re looking for a place to stay the Maunin Olara holiday cottage offers the perfect place to stay while you explore all Iceland’s attractions. Our beautiful heated timber built cottage has the capacity to sleep nine so there is plenty of room for the whole family.

The cottage is fully furnished with full amenities, includingTV with DVD player,washing machine, a sauna and large gas barbeque.

The town of Selfoss is only a brief walk away (about 10 minutes) with the village of Eyrarbakki, a lovely little village withthe most traditional Icelandic houses only about 20 minutes drive. Hveragerdi the local town is 35 km (about thirty minutes from Reykjavik). This Town contains all the local amenities you could need including bank, post office, supermarket and petrol station. There are as well as a varity of cafes and resturants perfect for those who want to eat out.

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