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Litlabýli Guesthouse

Guesthouse in Flateyri.

We have space for up to 10 guests in a comfortable home with beautiful views of the mountains and fjord. Each room has accommodation for 2 people, in double or twin beds.

This summer, 2020, the house will be rented out as one unit.

Amenities include free wifi throughout the house and free parking. Four rooms are with shared bathroom and shower facilities and one double with privet facilities; fully equipped kitchen. Breakfast is available on request.

The house is a short walk from the convenience store, swimming pool, restaurant, and local hiking routes.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Litlabýli Guesthouse

Ránargata 2

GPS Points N66° 2' 59.564" W23° 30' 49.144"
Telephone

+354 848-0920

Opening period All year
Categories Guesthouses , Camping , Cottages

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