Restaurant and Campsite
Hverinn-Restaurant offers travel service offering accommodation, restaurant, camping and a small travelers store with a farmer’s market corner.
There are four bedrooms for rent that have a shared kitchen, bathroom, living room with TV and a porch with hot tub and then there is a garden. Guests have access to all this.
An apartment 42 sqm of size with a living room with double sofa bed, bath with shower and a kitchen, two bedrooms with two single beds in each room, sleeping four persons.
A barbeque and a hot tub are on the porch.
Enjoy a hot soup with bread and coffee. Freshly made every day.
Enjoy our complimentary free wifi with all our rooms booking
Camping is quiet and family-friendly with a range of services
Every room comes with daily housekeeping.
Hot-tub and swimming pool
A private hot-tub is available to room renters and the local swimming pool is only a 2 minute walk away.
In-Room Dining Service
Order In-Room dining service or stop by our diner between 11 and 22.
THINGS TO DO
Reykholt is one of Iceland's most notable historical sites. It houses a cultural centre and a church.
Deildartunguhver is Europe's most powerful hot spring. It provides 180 l/sec of 100°C hot water.
Walk in Icelandic nature
A walk in nature can clear your head.
Snorrastofa is a cultural centre and institute for research in medieval studies. Snorrastofa offers historical exhibitions and guided tours and lectures. Music recitals are held in the church of Reykholt.
Krauma is a natural geothermal baths & spa at Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful hot spring. Krauma is open all year round.
Hailed as the mightiest of Iceland's caves, its diversity and grandeur is unrivalled. This makes for an experience not to be forgotten.
Just shy of 1600 meters / 5250ft, the cave features amazing colours and lava formations that lurk in the depths of the Earth.
“Rooms were clean and staff was friendly and they work the restaurant/grocery next door. Got a great 'Hotspring' burger and a Vegetable Soup with organic veggies from their greenhouse. Also the hot tub was geo thermal and cleaner than most you find in Iceland.”