Grænn means green in Icelandic. It’s a reminder of the Icelandic moss, our cute little turf houses and of the incredible colours of the Northern lights.
Grænn means green and is a reminder of the Icelandic moss and of the colors of the Northern lights.
Blár means blue in Icelandic and is to highlight the colours of lagoons, summer sky, glaciers, and ice caves.
Blár means blue in Icelandic and is to highlight the colors of lagoons, glaciers, and ice caves.
Most frequent questions and answers
We recommend to rent a car. A 4X4 during winter (September to March).
We are also working with a small company named Iceland explore. They can offer an Icelandic guide/driver that can pick you up from the airport, drive you and guide you while visiting the best attractions. More information on our OFFERS page
The cottages are located on 12 hectares of private land, surrounded by 500 hectares of lava fields. We do have blinds in the bathroom for comfort. We can assure you that no one will disturb your privacy. We are offering our guests masks during summer if you need full darkness to sleep.
The hot tub is ready to use. You will just have to put lid back on and secure it, once you are done using it. Traditionally in Iceland we have hot tubs, not Jacuzzis. They are a place for conversations. There are no jets or lights in the hot tubs.
We are setting it up to 40°, you can also leave it open for an hour if you prefer it around 37/38°.
Free cancelation up to 15 days before arrival if you have booked through us directly. 30 days if you booked through Airbnb. In case of no show or late cancelation the whole amount total cost will be charged. In case of cancelation due to COVID-19 (plane canceled, or incapacity to travel due to restrictions) cancelation will be free.
Northern lights can be seen from late August to April. The sky needs to be clear. You can check the aurora forecast on https://en.vedur.is/weather/forecasts/aurora/
Then it’s all about luck…
The two cottages are absolutely identical. They are hidden from each other. Blar has accents of blues in its decor whist Graenn is featuring green. They are both surrounded by black lava sand, facing a small stream of water and views of the most Icelandic volcanoes.