|December 19, 2020 - January 17, 2021||3 weeks|
A nice house in northen Iceland overviewing the fjord and the mountains.
Our house in Akureyri is about 160m2, two floor. On the upper floor there is a guestbedroom/playstation. Tv-room, kitchen, bathroom and and a livingroom. From the livingroom one can open a door to veranda/balcony. On the lower floor there are 2 childrensroom and the masterbedroom. Bathroom and the laundryroom. Door to the garden, trampolin, treehouse and swings. From the house there is amasing view over the mountains and fjord.
Everything is in a walking distant...the "mall", townscentrum, the swimmingpool, the libary, Vínbúðin /liquirestore ( in Iceland you have to go to a spesial store to buy alcahol). Postoffice, bakery etc. And publictransport is free for everybody so just hop onboard.
- 2 Adults
- 2 Children
- 1 Exchanges made
- House Type: House
- Environment: In the country
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Sleeping Capacity: 6
- Living Area: 25 m2
- Total Area: 176 m2
In my house
- Pets - Not allowed
- Small children - Allowed
- Home exchange
- Renting possible
- Free internet access
- Computer available
- Central heating
- Baby equipment
- Toys and games
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- Terrace or deck
- Park / playground
- Bicycles: 6
- No smoking
Our Destination Wish List
- Open for all offers
- United States
- Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Nearest Airport: Akureyri airport - 3km
Akureyri is Iceland's second largest city, after the greater Reykjavík area. 'City' may be too generous a term as its inhabitants' number at only 20-thousand, closer to that of a town elsewhere in the world. Akureyri is often branded as the 'Capital of the North', while Reykjavík is branded the 'Capital of the South', and they are separated by an approximate 5-hour drive.
Akureyri is a charming town in itself, with plenty of things to do for such a small place. It is also the gateway to the spectacular beauty of the north, most notably the Mývatn region, Dettifoss waterfall, Goðafoss waterfall and Ásbyrgi canyon. If you are going to Akureyri, you should spend at least a day in the town itself but then venture out and explore the nearby breathtaking locations.
You could, for example, go on this Mývatn Sightseeing and Hot Spring Tour, where you get the chance to bathe at Mývatn Nature Baths at the end of an eventful day. If you'd like to explore the area on your own, you can rent a car. Or you might also want to hop on a boat and explore the nearby islands Hrísey or Grímsey.
For a daytrip the towns Dalvík, Siglufjörður and Ólafsfjörður are very nice.
Also Grenivík and Húsavík all places near Akureyri.
- Girl - Age: 8
- Boy - Age: 10
- One goldfish
About Our Family
The MUNKITEAM.... Steinþór 47, Sonja 46, Birnir Mar 9, Dagmar 7.
Steinþór is a carpenter...working both out and indoors...likes renovate house and funitures.
Sonja a teacher since 2007, mostly teaching teenegers Danish. But also educated auxulary nurse and masseur.
Birnir Mar is in 3th grade...goes to art school and drama school. Sings in a choir and trains JUDO.
Dagmar is in 1th grade goes to danceschool and loves palying with all her friends.
Before the KIDS we lived in Danmark 1994 - 2000. Traveled alot ...f.x. lived in Granada, Spain for 4 months. Traveled in Central Amerika for 5 months...in 2002 - 2003. We joined couchsurfing for a time and had many people staying with us.
We have traveled with our kids USA, Tenerife, Hungary, Danmark...so are well trained :)
Now we would love to exhange homes with people from around the world.
Akureyri is a very nice place...here we have most of the things we love. A great swimmingpool, many green areas, skiresort only 5 min drive away. And for a daytrip there are many things to see.