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Guesthouse Milli Vina

Luxury in its simplicity in a beautiful comfortable house. The guesthouse is located in relaxing surroundings in the middle of Borgarfjordur about 90 km from Reykjavik in the west of Iceland, on a farm named Hvítárbakki.

The guesthouse offers six rooms with comfortable beds, access to a living room, dining room, TV room, two bathrooms and a kitchen. There are also two double sofa beds in the living room. The house is surrounded by a beautiful garden where there is a hot tub with hot healthy springwater from the hot spring Deildartunguhver.

The house has two floors. On the first floor there is a living room including a dining room with a dining table for 16 people, lamps, decorations. In a nice kitchen with all tools and equipment you can prepare your meals. To relax from travelling there is a TV room with a leathersofa for 7-9 people and a TV. One bedroom for two and one of the bathrooms, a showerroom and a lavatory can also be found on this floor. On the second floor there are five rooms and a bathroom. Each bedroom has got two nightstands, chairs, a hanger, a shelf, a shoe shelf, lamps, a mirror and decorations.

The guesthouse can be rented as a whole and room by room. It is a perfect place for groups of 12-14 people.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Guesthouse Milli Vina

Hvítárbakki 3

GPS Points N64° 37' 34.077" W21° 37' 11.411"
Telephone

+354 785-1082

Accommodation 6 Rooms / 14 Beds
Opening period All year
Categories Guesthouses

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