While local heritage is forefront at Húsafell, equally displayed is a commitment to the future, which shines through in the property’s sustainable design and crisp contemporary style. From the large windows to the wall art—inspired and even crafted from volcanic rock—nature is allowed in at the lodge.
The 48 guestrooms are decorated in natural earth tones and textures that draw from the region. All have heated tile floors, toiletries made from Icelandic herbs, and original art by renowned local artist Páll Guðmundsson. Five rooms are handicap accessible with a small terrace. Standard features include shower or shower and bathtub, hairdryer, flat-screen TV, telephone, coffee/tea service, mini refrigerator, safety box. All rooms can be arranged with king size or twin beds.
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