Fabulous cottage! Slovenian staff (can't remember her name) was absolutely Amazing, welcoming, smiley and friendly! She gave us tips and advices! The room at the first floor was a gem! With private toilet and wooden floors and walls. Comfortable bed and log sofa to chill! Breakfast varied fresh and tasty, pancakes available!!! The outside was beautiful seemed to be in the forest! NO kitchen available but few restaurants around!!
We stayed here at the end of our trip in Iceland. It was a very cosy and cute place. We loved the breakfast, especially the pancakes! The wooden house looks very authentic. The staff was very friendly, we felt very welcome! Also the room was nice, big enough for the two of us and a good bed, slept really well. Only slight disadvantage is that it’s a bit noisy, since the walls are quite thin. However, only space for a few people, so wasn’t too big of a deal.
Absolutely fantastic one night stopover in this beautiful wooden chalet with a fantastic host and a lovely breakfast. Not much more to add except, spotlessly clean, comfortable accommodation. Our host Anita is second to none with knowledge on things to do and see, even giving us a little inside info on a secret lagoon. Absolutely no hesitation in recommending the Fagrilunder Guesthouse. Thank you so much for a lovely evening and all the tips. Would like to wish you continued success with your business and will certainly stay again on our next visit. 5*
My pregnant wife and me stayed in this wonderful place in the middle of the Golden Circle for two nights. The hosts were the most wonderful people and took care of everything, were super helpful and even hand-wrote itineraries for us. We left happy, impressed and relaxed. Definitely a homely place, great breakfast and rooms. Really cozy.
Superb guesthouse to stay in if you don't want to drive back to Reykjavik after seeing local sights. Pluses: very nice room / location, excellent breakfast (best we had in Iceland), welcoming & helpful staff, reasonable price. Negatives: shared bathrooms (as with all guesthouses). Thought the restaurant Mika next door was very expensive judging by the menu so didn't try it - maybe it's worth it - drove instead to Fludir where the food at the Ethiopian restaurant was excellent (but a long wait to get it).