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Rjúpa Guesthouse

Rjúpa Guesthouse

Welcome to our friendly, small guesthouse and we hope you enjoy the tranquility, the smell of birch and the clucks of the rock ptarmigan.

Rjúpa Guesthouse is located at Hróarsstaðir farm, 13 km from Akureyri by road 833.

Rjúpa Guesthouse has five bedrooms, 1 single room , 3 double/twin rooms, 1 quadruple room with double/twin bed and a pull-out couch. All the rooms have in-room wash basin, closet, chair and all beds are made on arrival. The house is heated with geothermal water.

Facilities: Breakfast is included with homemade bread, jam and meat. There is a roomy shower with a towel rack radiator and toilet and another lavatory with wash basin. A fully equipped kitchen with kitchen tables and TW. Access to washing machine and dryer. Free parking and Wifi. Many hiking trails.

The Camping Site at Systragil is situated close to the farm and on its land.

Rjúpa Guesthouse is perfectly located if you want to experience the natural wonders of North Iceland. Goðafoss ( the Waterfall of the heathen Gods , 25 km) is nearby, town of Akureyri (13 km), Húsavík (whale watching cruises 65 km) and lake Mývatn (unique birdlife) where Dimmuborgir (volcanic craters) and Mývatn Nature Baths are (60 - 75 km).

Rjúpa Guesthouse

Hróarsstaðir

GPS Points N65° 42' 35.008" W17° 54' 6.683"
Telephone

+354 8602213

Accommodation 5 Rooms / 9 Beds
Opening period All year
Service Horse riding Walking path Hotel / guesthouse Petrole station Restaurant Camping ground Swimming pool Cooking facilities Internet access Washing machine Golf course Grocery store Handy craft for sale Family zoo Play ground
Categories Bed & Breakfast

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