Guesthouses in Borgarnes

Guesthouses in Borgarnes

Check out the offer of cosy guesthouses in Borgarnes. This is an ideal stopover when travelling through western Iceland. Book at the best price today

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Frequently asked questions

How long will it take me from Reykjavik to a guesthouse in Borgarnes?

If you decide to rent a car at the airport or in Reykjavik, the drive should take around an hour. A bus ride from Reykjavik to Borgarnes from Mjódd to Akureyri through Akranes is about an hour and a half drive. A taxi will take you less than an hour, but it is by far the most expensive solution.

Do the guesthouses in Borgarnes have facilities for families with children?

Almost all guesthouses in Iceland have facilities for children as standard. If you are coming to Iceland with small children, send a request to your accommodation, and you will certainly get an answer about the available amenities. Most properties have baby cots or a high chair.

Can I go from a guesthouse in Borgarnes to the Langjokull glacier?

Langjokull glacier is located relatively near Borgarnes. If you have a rental car, you can quickly get to Husafell, from where trips to the tunnels in the Langjokull glacier start. Glacier snowmobile tours are also available for the guests throughout the year.

Do guesthouses in Borgarnes have an offer for budget travellers?

In Borgarnes you will find several places that are cheap and offer budget accommodation. You can choose between private rooms and affordable guesthouses. Remember to check the availability of accommodation in advance. Borgarnes is a popular stop among travellers going to the north of Iceland or the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

Are there natural hot springs near Borgarnes?

Although there are no hot springs in Borgarnes, near the city, you will find several places to take a bath or to visit. You can go to the small historical hot spring Snorralaug in the village of Reykholt or to the biggest geothermal spring in Europe called Deildartunguhver. This is where Krauma is located - a luxury spa that uses water from a geothermal spring and cold water from the Langjokull glacier.

How far is Borgarnes from Akureyri?

The city of Akureyri, often named as a "capital" of northern Iceland, is 312 kilometres away from Borgarnes. On a clear day, you can get there by car in less than four hours, and by bus in five hours. In winter, even in bad weather, you will cover this route in 5 - 6 hours.