Hafnir (road 44) is a tiny village 13 km from Keflavik Airport. It is by the ocean, 110 people live there. There are no stores, petrol station or any such thing but lovely nature and a fantastic view. But don't worry, only a 8 -minute drive away there is a low price Bónus store, petrol station, bakery, pizza and a Subway. The Blue Lagoon is only 25 km. away and there are lots of interesting places nearby. It only takes 2 hours to drive to Gullfoss and Geysir from Hafnir.
Suitable for individuals, couples.
Wonderful for Northern lights watching in the winter time and the midnight sun in the summer.
Ocean view from both bedrooms and the kitchen windows and the ocean is only 3 min. walk away.
Kitchen, bathroom with a bath tub/shower, dishwasher.
Please park your car in the parking space (room for 2 cars) but not out in the street or on the sidewalk.
When in Hafnir, take the 1st right turn, then a left turn and you are at my houe. Corner house, reddish brown in colour and is on the corner of Seljavogur/Djúpivogur.
The key box code xxxx.
There is no direct bus transport from Kef. airport to Hafnir. One needs to get a bust from Kef. airport to the town of Keflavik. Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and ask for a free bus taxi to Hafnir. The nearest grocery store is 8 km. away in Fitjar Njarðvík and until the end of May (when Costco opens up) Bonus is the cheapest store. Only licence vine stores sell alcoholic beverages, if found in a grocery store it is non-alcoholic. Buying anything in a tourist store is a total ripoff. You can drink tap water anywhere in Iceland.
No outside shoes/smoking in the house,
Quiet after 22:00,
No cooking after 21:00.
Be considerate of others and do not take an hour long baths/showers before asking in anyone needs to use the bathroom.
If leaving early in the morning or come late at night please do so as quietly as possible.
I love to travel, read good books, handcraft, good films, music, games. My little village Hafnir is simply wonderful and I enjoy my morning coffee in the kitchen looking at the ocean. My life motto is there are no problems only things to be resolved.