Cosy Cabins In The Woods

Bakkakot Cabin no 1

This newly built cabin has a living/kitchen area with TV, stereo, wi-fi, sofa-bed, fridge, oven with hob, table and chairs. One bedroom with double bed and a bathroom with toilet, shower, sink and storage space. The cabin is heated throughout with geothermal water. 

There is decking around the front and side of cabin perfect for taking in the views of the woodland, ocean and mountains in the surrounding area.  We are located 20km from Akureyri in the countryside so this cabin is the perfect location for those seeking peace and quiet, nature, northern lights (in winter), or just a place to get a way from it all. 

A short walk from the cabin is the fishing village of Hjalteyri where it is possible to fish, use the public hot tub, take a walk along the shore, and spot whales. 
To check availability and book the cabin for you and your friends/family press the following link
The Traveling Viking Iceland www.ttv.is

Bakkakot Cabin no 2

This cosy cabin is very welcoming and well equipped for two. It is 16 sq.m and stands on a large decking. The cabin is open plan with a double bed, TV/DVD player, table, chairs, a kitchen with hob, toaster, kettle and fridge. The shower room has a shower, sink and toilet. 
We also provide tea, coffee, cooking oil, games, books and DVDs. The cabin is heated using geothermal water.

A short walk from the cabin is the fishing village of Hjalteyri where it is possible to fish, use the public hot tub, take a walk along the shore, and spot some whales. The cabin is only a 20 min drive from the town of Akureyri and a 10 minute drive from the local swimming complex. We also offer kayak rental and day tours in the north east region.
To check availability and book the cabin for you and your friends/family press the following link
The Traveling Viking Iceland www.ttv.is

The Artic Coast Way

Bakkakot, the Cosy Cabins in the Woods, are located at the Artic Coast Way, around 20 km north of Akureyri.  

The Artic Coast Way is a tourist route that take you off the main roads and on to  a road along the extraordinary and beautiful coast line of the North of Iceland. 

Along the way are so many places of interest and a good variety of things to do and see. For more information click at the button below and find out more about the Artic Coast Way, look at the interactive map.