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Guesthouses in Hveragerdi

Guesthouses in Hveragerdi

Explore the wide range of guesthouses in Hveragerdi and stay in a region famous for high geothermal activity and hot springs

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Frequently asked questions

What food and drink options are available at guesthouses in Hveragerdi?

Some guesthouses in Hveragerdi offer a breakfast buffet included in the rental price and a tea/coffee set in the rooms. Sometimes the property provides guests lunch or dinner, also with a take-out option, but this is not standard amenities. It also happens that the guesthouses offer breakfast as an additional option to choose from.

Are the guesthouses in Hveragerdi located in the city centre and have free parking?

Yes, most guesthouses have a great location and offer free parking for travellers. If the property is located outside the city centre, a well-maintained road leads to it, and the views compensate for the distance from shops or restaurants. Hveragerdi is an excellent place to have a holiday or unwinds before the next day of exploring Iceland.

Can I go to the hot river directly from the guest house in Hveragerdi?

If you stay at the guesthouse, you can easily reach the famous hot river named Reykjadalur. The car park where you leave your car is less than 4 kilometres from the centre of Hveragerdi.

Should I book a stay in a guesthouse in Hveragerdi if I'm planning a day trip with a guide across the south coast?

With a rental car, you have the full flexibility of exploring the island and discovering the most beautiful attractions. Hveragerdi is an excellent place to stay if you plan to visit the southern coast or the Golden Circle. It is also a convenient option for people who want to relax in hot springs and learn more about geothermal activity in Iceland.