The house has three bedrooms and can sleep up to 6 people. One bedroom has two single beds, one has a double bed and one has a double bed which can be taken apart to make to single beds. This gives opportunity for different combinations of groups to choose this house.
The guest house has a double bed a 1/2 bathroom, no shower. The house is completely separated from the main building. Please note if you want to rent the guest house as well you must select 8 guests.
The house is very well equipped. It has a spacious living room and a very good and fully furnished kitchen with a dishwasher and everything needed to make delicious meals made from fresh Icelandic produce. A gas stove and an American double fridge. There is a washroom with a washer and dryer so this house is ideal for longer stays. There is a television in the living room and in 1 bedroom (ideal for kids hangout, it also has a multimedia system with loads of cartoons and movies). To add to that there is free Wi-Fi so travelers can stay well connected throughout their stay.
On the patio is a large Weber propane barbecue as well as a nice hot tub where travelers can enjoy the midnight sun (during summer) or northern lights (during winter)and rest weary bones after sightseeing during the day.
This south Iceland holiday house is perfectly located to serve as a base for day tours around the southern and western part of Iceland. It is located within the Golden Circle so sights such as Thingvellir national park, Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and Kerið crater are all within an hours drive from the house.
Less than 20 minutes drive from the house is Route 1, better known as the Iceland Ringroad. From there you could venture further south along the southern shore to see sights such as Reynisdrangar, Reynisfjara or visit Vík village. Further south you'll find Skaftafell national part and the famous Vatnajokull glacial lagoon as well as many other magnificent landmarks.
Iceland's capital Reykjavik is under an hours drive from the holiday house so there is no reason not to take a trip there to enjoy a variety of restaurants, bars, cafe's, museums or just to take in the sights. I also recommend restaurants in Selfoss such as Kaffi Krús and Tryggvaskáli.
The western part of Iceland is also well within reach of this house. Iceland's highest waterfall Glymur is approximately 1 1/2 hours drive from the house. Snaefellsnes peninsula is 2 1/2 drive. There you can see Snafellsjokull glacier as it towers over the top of the peninsula. Also you can visit Djupalon and Hellnar as well as other interesting places.
All this makes this south Iceland Holiday House a great option for those who want to travel the country and have a comfortable stay.