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With river views, Reynivellir is located in Gerdi and has a restaurant and a shared kitchen. Complimentary WiFi is featured. Quite remote cabins with amazing views of mountains and beautiful waterfall right behind them. Got a northern lights show out the front. Highly recommend.
Set a 10-minute drive from Jökulsárlón Glacier, this farm guest house offers bright and basic rooms with free Wi-Fi, wooden floors and mountain views. Iceland’s Ring Road is right next to the... The hosting lady was super welcoming and nice to us! We were offered some drinks and yogurt, home made cake and it all was delicious :) We also asked for the pill against headache and she found one for us. Thanks!
Kálfafellsstadur Bed & Breakfast is located in by the Route 1 Ring Road, a 17-minute drive from Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon. It offers brightly decorated rooms with free WiFi access and garden views. Charming host, fun place to meet other travelers at the breakfast table. Great location to relax in and travel to nearby points of interest. Wish we had stayed two nights instead of one.
Vagnsstadir Hostel offers accommodations in Borgarhöfn. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. The guest house has pet horses living on site. Jökulsárlón is just a 20-minute drive away. Great staff super clean good location to watch northern light. New in june 2017 very good hostel. Definite come back again
Located next to Iceland’s Ring Road, this family-run farm hotel offers brightly decorated rooms with a TV and a private bathroom. The Hoffell Hot Springs are 16 mi away. The hotel is very clean, the rooms are small but very comfortable, the food is amazing, and the staff is very nice
Set on a farm by Vatnajökull National Park, just 1969 feet from the Ring Road, is this family-owned guest house. It offers a furnished terrace and an on-site restaurant with bar. Surrounding area is gorgeous, about 30 minutes from diamond beach and lagoon. Very comfortable beds, clean, very friendly and accommodating staff.
We stayed at Gerdi to be close to ice caves which we had booked for the next morning. We ate at the restaurant the night we arrived. Good choices and pleasant staff. I liked the 24/7 availability of coffee/tea. I thought breakfast was overpriced for what it offered. Beautiful area.
Very cute place! Walls are thing but coming to learn this is most places in Iceland. Bring earplugs! Very warm and cozy. Free tea and coffee. Wifi worked well. The property is serene and has a great view. Staff was friendly. Wish there was free breakfast! Would stay again.
If you want to stay near the ice lake (jokulsarlon) this is very close by. It's a nice environment. The Museum restaurant (which you pass when you go to guesthouse Gerdi) is a tip; not a lot of choice but good food and good price (for Icelandic standards).
Packed into an area of several other hotels and guest houses, it was a great place to stay. A bit pricey but I think it was worthwhile getting a good rest for the night before we headed out for the Glacier Lagoon and Glacier Cave tours. Other than the hotels, there's little else to do in the area so either bring along your own food or be prepared for quite expensive hotel restaurant prices. The room was clean, modern and warm.
Gerdi was a great location. Minutes from Jokulsarlon Lagoon. This is a family owned and operated farm with guest houses & restaurants. The family members run tours to the Ice Cave & Glaciers. They were extremely hospitable as was the staff who worked at the restaurant. We also ate at Hali Country House, restaurant, also on the property, which was excellent. There is a small museum inside as well for those who love to learn about local history, culture & people. I really enjoyed it. This location was easy to find & well marked from the road. And it's right on the ocean.
Not much here except a really good glacier tour group and a good restaurant with an attached museum. I stayed here for easy access to the glacier tour, which was sadly cancelled, but it was also an easy 30 min or so drive to the glacier lagoons to the west. I wold recommend giving yourself time to hike the trail between them (it's about 5 miles each way so be prepared). We ate at the museum where you meet the glacier tour (Adventure Tours) and the food was wonderful (I had the lamb). Sadly, our tour was cancelled due to the cave having been full of water, but the lagoons and beaches were a highlight of the trip so it was ok.