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Heydalur was a great place to stay. We visited in April, even if the campsite was not yet officially opened, we have been warmly welcomed by Stella and her team. We spent a night a the campsite (we had a campervan) and enjoyed the amazing...More
We only stayed for one night - arrived in night and left after breakfast, so did not get time to take full advantage on what was on offer here. We were greeted by an African Grey parrot on our arrival and accompanied by dogs as...More
If you want some peace and quiet out in the middle of nowhere then this is the place for you. We spent 2 nights here in October and it was cold and raining, but we still enjoyed our stay. The room was a good size...More
wow.. I don't even know how to start..
we stayed here in heydalur guesthouse in September 18-19 (2 days) and it was an amazing experience.
It all started when I was looking for a kayaking tour in the west fjords.
I was talking to a...More
we had a hard time finding this gem since it was dark (we had stopped for a prolonged period of time photographing the beautiful waterfall Dynjandi). we finally arrived at 10pm. the restaurant was closed, but they prepared a wonderful meal for us. the room...More
Response from Vanessa G | Reviewed this property |
It's a long drive! We were on Ring Road (Rt. 1) and then on to 68. Then we went on to 61 North. Our GPS had us cut on to 633 which takes you over the top of the fjord instead of around it. (you will need a four wheel... More
It's a long drive! We were on Ring Road (Rt. 1) and then on to 68. Then we went on to 61 North. Our GPS had us cut on to 633 which takes you over the top of the fjord instead of around it. (you will need a four wheel drive) You could go around the fjord, but it will be longer. We also had to punch in the coordinates of the hotel to have GPS find it directly. Hope this helps.