Location & Nearby
The Hunkubakkar Guesthouse is remote enough that there are few signs of human intrusion in the surrounding nature, while still being perfectly located in Iceland’s south. It is just five minute’s drive from Kirkjubaejarklaustur, a charming, historic village where you can find groceries, gas and cultural sites, and only one kilometre off the Route 1.
This location makes it a fantastic pit-stop for Ring Road travellers. After a day of exploring the mesmerising South Coast sites of Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, Solheimajokull glacier, and Reynisfjara beach, you can retire at the guesthouse, and spend the next day visiting the equally incredible Fjadrargljufur Canyon, Skaftafell Nature Reserve and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon.
Because of the incredible beauty of these sites and the other hidden gems of the region, those looking to take their time exploring the south could spend several days with the Hunkubakkar Guesthouse as a base.
Facilities & Amenities
Hunkubakkar Guesthouse has 20 twin and triple cottages, 14 of which have private bathrooms and six of which have shared facilities. Each has its own charm, with bright decor and comfortable furnishings, and all have access to free and fast Wifi.
There is also a restaurant on site that offers breakfast and dinner with locally sourced ingredients. Furthermore, the guesthouse is located right by a historic sheep farm and there are several options for hiking in the area.
Why Choose Hunkubakkar Guesthouse?
Those eager to spend a holiday exploring the sites of the South Coast, or those embarking on a journey around the Ring Road of Iceland, should not overlook the Hunkubakkar Guesthouse. Plan your holiday by booking now!