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High above with ocean view

Helga býður: Sérherbergi í villa
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This old villa is located in down town Hafnarfjörður, a beautiful and a lively town, only 30 minutes from Keflavik airport and just 15 minutes drive to the center of Reykjavik. The main bus station is in 5 minute walk from the place.This is our home, so we are easily accessible. If you want to stay in big house in a sightseeing and a spacious room then you´re welcome to us.

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This is beautiful, spacious and bright room with outstanding view over the harbour and down town. The place could be considered is semi historic, built in 1945 (for the Icelandic foreign minister) There is "under counter" refirigerator with capacity of 50 liters in the room . Also there is dining table for four and chairs, comfort chair and sofa too. Then you have 28 inch lcd monitor, if one need bigger screen for something, laptop or for watching movie from your phone.

Guests will have access to kitchen, bathroom and living room. Bathroom has shampoo, conditioner, hair-dryer and towels.
Kitchen is accessible, where food can be cooked as needed. Bathroom has a shower and a bathtub, and toiletries are available. Occasionally the Northern Lights can be seen from the house.
This old villa is located in down town Hafnarfjörður, a beautiful and a lively town, only 30 minutes from Keflavik airport and just 15 minutes drive to the center of Reykjavik. The main bus station is in 5 minute walk from the place.This is our home, so we are easily accessible. If you want to stay in big house in a sightseeing and a spacious room then you´re welcome to us.

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Svefnherbergi 1
1 tvíbreitt rúm, 1 einbreitt rúm

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Hafnarfjörður, Ísland

For convenience, the photos in our shows a number of interesting places nearby which we´ve marked with numbers, indicating fastest possible traveling time to them from our place- of course this can differ according to driving speed and volume of traffic. Our figures are therefore based on the smallest possible time. For example it is possible to visit geothermo area in only 15 minutes. Much near, in the back yard, there is a iceage cliff ( lava in Reykjavik area is usally young, from before last iceage and therefore scratched and sharp. From the national airport to us (next town) you will see such lava as far as the eye can reach, covered in moss the lava plain seems neverending. Then we have older lava which from volcanos before last iceage (11,700 years ago). That lava has no moss and slides smoothly due to the weight of the ice age glaciers that covered most of the country at that time. From that cliff one has a view over the entire town over to Reykjavik (Be sure to right click on each picture and then choose "view picture" for full resolution magnification).
For convenience, the photos in our shows a number of interesting places nearby which we´ve marked with numbers, indicating fastest possible traveling time to them from our place- of course this can differ accor…

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