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Reykjastrandarvegur Reykjastrond, Saudarkrokur Iceland
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Björk wrote a review Aug 2020
Dublin, Ireland3 contributions2 helpful votes
We were met with the most wonderful hostess. We ordered Icelandic meat soup, was so tasty! The hostess was so kind and really seemed to care. The natural bath was awesome🌟🌟🌟
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ella wrote a review Sep 2019
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The owner is lovely and very helpful. The price is only 1000(very affordable in Icelandic terms!) and it includes entrance to two pools(39c and 37c degrees). The pools were built by the father of the owner so by visiting you are supporting a family business. This is a perfect way to relax in quiet and fairytale-like surroundings!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Lulu wrote a review Aug 2019
17 contributions2 helpful votes
What a wonderful place! There’s a little hut where you can change clothes. The water was warm but not too hot. There is a lot of floating algae in the water which may seem unappealing to some, but it’s nature!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Molly N wrote a review Jul 2019
Lebanon, New Hampshire37 contributions10 helpful votes
Very easy to find, and very easy to pay. Bring your own bathing suit and towel. There is a water closet (bathroom) for your business, and a separate building that is shower/changing room. It’s customary to shower before getting into hot pools! It currently costs one thousand Krona for each person (children 0-10 are free). The rocks in the pool are slippery, so care is needed when getting in/out and when walking around. There are railings for guidance on getting in/out of the pools. There were only 4 other people when we arrived at 7:30pm on a Wednesday evening, and they were in the larger pool. We picked the smaller pool and had a nice soak. It began to rain a bit while we were in the pool, but it did not damper the experience.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Red90rover wrote a review Jun 2019
Calgary, Canada54 contributions28 helpful votes
I’ll clarify what is here as there seems to be some confusion. There is a small cafe with free wifi where you pay for camping and the hot springs. Camping is 1500 kr per person. The hot pools are 1000. You can get food and drinks there as well. Next to the cafe are washrooms. The hot pool is 50 meters from the cafe. There are change rooms with hot showers. 100 meters in the other direction is the camping area. There are two large grassy fields for camping. There is a heated washroom with two toilets and a sink area. There is also a large heated kitchen building with a stove, oven, toaster, kettle, sink and full set of pots, pans and so on.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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