ABOUT REYKJAVIK HOUSE
Reykjavik House is located in the heart of the old town and is nestled in a uniquely quiet urban island with no roads bordering the property which is accessed via a path into a large garden in which the house sits. Originally built in 1912, the Reykjavik House has recently enjoyed a complete and historically accurate renovation, which paired with its Nordic style furnishings, creates the perfect urban oasis. It has four bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom and steam shower, set over three levels, with the main living on the middle floor. A centrally located bar creates a fun hang zone, while the comfortable living room offers cozy yet stylish soft seating. The property’s modern kitchen is outfitted with state of the art cooking appliance that would please even the most discerning of chefs. There are town bikes available to explore the city and the private garden includes a spa with sauna, steam room and relaxing area. Reykjavik House is the perfect place to unwind after exploring the volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls, geysers, mountains and fjords that surround Reykjavik.
- Four ensuite guest bedrooms
- Living room
This listing is in full compliance with all local, state, and federal laws, rules, and regulations.
Reykjavik House is open for bookings year-round.
Starting at 2,084,000 ISK per month
Explore the House
Tucked down a tranquil side street on the west end of Reykjavik, Reykjavik House is a quiet Shangri-La, offering a comfortable respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. The property features four stylish, ensuite bedrooms, each complete with a steam shower and flat screen television. Comfy duvets, patterned Nordic throws, and black out blinds create the perfect ambience for you to rest after a long flight or recharge from a day spent exploring the city. Expect fresh flowers upon arrival in this classic Reykjavik home within short walking distance of the city sights.
A newly remodeled historic home in downtown Reykjavik, Reykjavik House features clean interior design that effortlessly fuses the traditional with the modern. A chic, sea-foam-walled bar provides a central gathering space, while the comfortable living room offers cozy yet stylish soft seating. The property’s modern kitchen is outfitted with state-of-the-art cooking appliances that would please even the most discerning of chefs. The cherry on top of this idyllic urban retreat is a second floor deck accessible only from the property’s master bedroom.
EAT & DRINK
Reykjavik is at the center of Iceland’s blossoming foodie culture. You will find hundreds of fantastic bars, restaurants, and breweries throughout this modern city’s lively streets. Icelandic cuisine is traditionally inspired by what is fresh, in season, and locally available on this once relatively isolated island. Just-caught seafood, locally raised lamb, and tangy pickled veggies all play a role in the unique flavors of Icelandic fare. In addition to an up-and-coming restaurant scene, the country’s recent legalization of beer has allowed for an influx of funky local breweries. By night, the streets of Reykjavik come alive with a colorful array of pubs, bars, night clubs, and everything in between.