Guesthouse 1 x 6 is positioned in the old cultural part of Keflavík overlooking the ocean and surrounded by the creative community and lava!This accommodation is uniquely designed and run by local wood sculptor, Daníel son of Sigmund and offers the discerning traveller a rustic and truly original environment.Attention to detail is paramount and the wellbeing of our guests ensured by the singular choice of building material.In the garden you are invited to enjoy our one of a kind Thermal Bath. Our concept of a guesthouse is to provide the traveller not only with a good night sleep but an experience to remember. We have chosen to focus on creating an interior that opens the senses and enlivens the spirit of young and old alike. The house was worked with joy and an endless sense of magic.
Style, design, natural spa
A small bathroom
The rooms were all unique and beautifully painted. Location was excellent, airport was 5mins drive away, and the best resturant in town was over the road. Beds were fantastic, very warm and very comfortable. Shame we had to leave at 4am.
Shower was poor, and it's very noisy. I'd recommend that the owners invest in some carpets or rugs for the floors in the common area, and maybe oil the doors. The locks were real noisy too, maybe install a seperate lock on the inside of each room? Like the ones you see in bathrooms.
The location- very close to the airport, extremely friendly staff, offering even a pick-up from the airport. Great design of the interior and the hot water bath outside (naturally heated water)
Very original and tastefully decorated. The host is very helpful and friendly.
Beautill place, very very nice rooms, very original ! Friendly people, super breakfast with fresh baked bread... 5 min from airport. Nice tub outside, unfortunately I forget my badingsuit. Very personaly but still enough privacy !
Nothing ! I really will stay there next time too and I would recommend it too everybody when going to the blue lagoon or if you have an early/late flight !
The home is an art installation in and of itself. No detail went untouched. The hot pot is the icing on the cake and Daniel, the Guesthouse Owner, is someone who will never be forgotten.