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Recently spent a lovely 4 days at the Heydalur Guest House. It’s quiet, secluded, and beautiful, with opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, relaxing in geothermal springs... if you enjoy animals and being outdoors you’ll be very happy here! We even saw the Northern Lights for...More
"A unique guesthouse with lots to offer" The food is absolutely delicious (you have to try the puffin!) and there is a rather talkative parrot there to keep you entertained during your meal. After your meal head down to the natural outdoor hot tub or...More
This really felt like staying on a small farm. Dogs greeted you at your car and a parrot says "hallo!" when you walk into the reception area...
The food was incredible! Icelandic meat stew, chicken w/spinach & cheese, and a Puffin appetizer, it was truly...More
This was our 2nd time at Heydalur Guest House, but this time we brought 26 of our closest friends and family with us to celebrate our wedding. We saw the Northern Lights, ate amazing food, hung out with wild Icelandic ponies, their two dogs, and...More
The hotel is not the beautiful one in itself but some gorgeus details makes it unique.
It has a beautiful natural hot pot, in addition to their pots and swimming pool. The food is delicious, I can clearly remember the soups, fantastic. The lady at...More
Response from Vanessa G | Reviewed this property |
It's a long drive! We were on Ring Road (Rt. 1) and then on to 68. Then we went on to 61 North. Our GPS had us cut on to 633 which takes you over the top of the fjord instead of around it. (you will need a four wheel... More
It's a long drive! We were on Ring Road (Rt. 1) and then on to 68. Then we went on to 61 North. Our GPS had us cut on to 633 which takes you over the top of the fjord instead of around it. (you will need a four wheel drive) You could go around the fjord, but it will be longer. We also had to punch in the coordinates of the hotel to have GPS find it directly. Hope this helps.