Stay in this luxurious villa with space for four, offering a large terrace, hot tub, and amazing mountain views in the center of Hveragerdi village.
This lovely villa is located in the village of Hveragerdi, a short walk to neighborhood restaurants, hot springs, and museums.
Villa Hveragerdi has two bedrooms with comfortable beds, plus a full kitchen, private bathroom, and a large wooden terrace with a hot tub.
Staying in Villa Hveragerdi
Villa Hveragerdi is decorated in a traditional country style. Inside, guests will find two bedrooms — one with a queen-size bed and the other with a double sleeper sofa. Bedsheets, bath robes, and towels are included. There's a private bathroom with a shower and modern fixtures.
The full kitchen makes this home ideal for longer stays. Guests can use the stove, oven, toaster, and kettle to prepare meals. A full-size fridge and tableware are also provided, and the cupboards are stocked with basics including coffee, spices, and oil.
Outside, guests can sit on the large terrace or soak tired muscles in the hot tub. In the winter, it is often possible to see the Northern Lights. There is plenty of space to park, and WiFi is included free of charge.
This villa is located in the center of Hveragerdi village. Guests can walk to local restaurants and shops. The Listasafn Arnesinga Art Museum and Geothermal Park Hverasvaedid are also close by.
About 5 minutes from the apartment, guests can hike to the Reykjadalur Hot Springs. Raudarholshellir, a lava tunnel cave, is about 15 minutes away and well worth a visit.
Guests can take a day trip around the Golden Circle, visiting Thingvellir, Geysir, and Gulfoss. Reykjavik, Iceland's capital, is about 35 minutes away and another good day trip destination.
Villa Hveragerdi is a lovely choice for families and small groups touring southwest Iceland. Its location in the village makes sightseeing easy, even without a vehicle.
Book your stay at this cosy villa, and spend your holiday visiting the hot springs, lava tunnels, and friendly villages of southwest Iceland.