Our Guesthouse occupies a central location in Reykjavik. The BS coach terminal is located across the street, and the house is only five minutes walk from the city centre. The University, National Museum, National Library, and Nordic House are all within walking distance.
The guesthouse contains 12 spacious, well-equipped rooms. There is one family room intended for four guests with 1 double bed and 2 single beds, kitchen and bathroom. 2 triple rooms with bathroom, and four double rooms with bathroom.
In the double rooms are two single beds or one double bed.
There are four double rooms with sink, two of these rooms sharing one bathroom. There is also a single room with sink. Extra beds can be provided in some rooms.
Breakfast is included.
There is a large breakfast room on the main floor, and a well-equipped sitting room with television.
We also provide a car rental for our guests with maybe the best prices in Reykjavk.
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Summary: Very good Not a hotel, but a nice guesthouse and very good location! Easy-free parking.
They provided only 1 toilet roll for 5 days for three of us, but we've sorted this "serious" problem :D Anyway, we did not ask the staff for a new one, (probably we would have got one )
I think the first floor rooms don't have a private shower/wc, but the top (2nd) floor suit (where we were. room no. 12) does, and the room is brilliant and spacious. (FYI: 3 bed private).
I had to check in through a wireless landline phone because nobody has been at the reception when we arrived. It was fun and easy anyway.
That's it. Recommended!
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