Aha! Youve found us. How wonderful. Welcome to Blklukka, a family run guesthouse in Reykjavk. We look forward to making your stay in Iceland relaxed and comfortable.
Blklukka, or Bluebell, is a rather small guesthouse. We have three rooms with shared facilities but two kitchens where guests can make their meals. In addition to the rooms there is a private apartment which of course has its own private kitchen and bathroom. Our aim is to offer affordble and welcoming accommodation in Reykjavk.
The neighbourhood is quiet and safe. Three playgrounds in the close vicinity along with cosy walking paths make the location highly suitable for families. The closest supermarket is in less than 10 min walking distance and right next door is Iceland's best ice cream store.
Blklukka is located at a comfortable 30-40min walking distance from downtown. Buses 14 and 18 also stop in front of the guesthouse and take guests to the downtown area in mere minutes. Bus 14 also stops at Iceland's largest geothermal swimming pool. Guests interested in shopping can look forward to visiting Reykjavk's largest shopping mall and can walk there within minutes or, yet again take the versatile bus 14.
We look forward to making your stay in Iceland a memorable one.
The check-in times are after 14:00 and the check-out is at 11:00. Since we live upstairs guests can check in at any time after 14:00.
Cash only on arrival
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We're very satisfied with our stay. We got the room that is in a building of its own so that we didn't have to share kitchen and bathroom. Ask for that room if you're thinking of staying at Blaklukka. Our only complaint is that there was no smoke detector installed.
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