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This self-catering holiday home offers pet-friendly accommodations in next to Thingvellir Lake, 40 mi from Reykjavík. It provides free private parking. This cottage is a really cozy place, perfectly located to visit all the golden circle highlights. When you come home after days full of hiking, geysirs and waterfalls, you'll find everthing you long for. A hot tub, a full equipted kitched, nice enterior and cozy beds.
Located 10 minutes’ drive from Thingvellir National Park, this hotel offers an in-house restaurant, free lakeside golfing and rooms with free WiFi access. Selfoss town center is 13 mi away. Clean, very nice staff, great breakfast. Location was nice and quiet.
Found by bubbling geothermal springs in Hveragerdi, this hotel offers an outdoor pool and 2 hot tubs. All rooms include bathrobes, slippers and a 32-inch flat-screen TV. Wi-Fi is free. This was amazing stay for us. Celebrated my boyfriends birthday and they even gave him a little birthday gift. We are definietly coming back. The staff was so nice.
Located in Hveragerði, 29 mi from Reykjavík, Backyard Village provides a garden and free WiFi. We fell in love with our cabin. It is a tinny but very cosy cabin with a fully equipped kitchen. The host was very attentive and friendly. We loved the fact that there were some items available for buying in the laundry/utilities room and the host was showing its trust to the guests by saying that if we want to buy something we can leave the money there.
These modern, self-catering apartments are located in the village of Hveragerdi, 28 mi from Reykjavík. Each offers free Wi-Fi, a well-equipped kitchen and access to a shared, furnished garden terrace.... Everything was excellent: location, hospitality, facilities, breakfast! I would recommend it!
Isolated location at the end of snowy, icy, dangerous roads. No notification of pool being closed for maintenance and this was one of the reasons I chose this hotel. Very poor lighting in room. Noisy fan in bathroom. Every time room above us flushed toilet it sounded like it was running down wall in our room. No assistance with baggage from or to car parked on very icy, slippery parking lot. I could go in but I am sure that anyone reading this sees how disappointed I am in this overrated and overpriced hotel.
Visited this place for the amazing Ion Hotel and not the Geothermal Power Station. The road to the hotel is treacherous during the winter season, please remember to have a 4X4 with studded tires if travelling on your own. Do call the hotel if you run into any car trouble, they usually have contacts with locals that will be able to assist you but with a fee. The hotel website has a picture with the Northern Lights in the background but we did not experience it during the winter season and I suspect that there is too much light coming from the Geothermal Power Station to experience it as well. Overall a nice hotel with an imposing structure and extreme isolation.
It's a scenic area for someone to relax for a couple of days or drive to the nearby adventures. There was a long gravel road that worried us a bit on our way to reach the hotel but except for that everything else is fairy tale like