Guesthouse Geysir

Address: Haukadalur, Geysir, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Haukadalur, Geysir, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Geysir

          Day 5: The Golden Circle!

          A travel blog entry by dickd on Oct 24, 2015

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          This was our Golden Circle day. It is classed as a 'must do', and lots do it, even at this time of year. All this is with good reason, there are fascinating and impressive things to see. We were very lucky with the weather in most respects, no rain, quite sunny in places. It was however bitterly cold in some places, and this rather prevented us lingering where we would have otherwise have spent more time. Having said that there is a lot to see in a day, ...

          The Golden Circle: Take Two

          A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 09, 2015

          10 photos

          ... stayed as she had a son or grandson who wanted to travel Iceland and I guess she was doing some preliminary research.

          With the sun shining, we made our way back down to Geysir to get some video and photos. There's lots of walking trails in this area, but the thing everyone comes to see are the explosions of water from the two geysirs. They explode every 8-12 minutes and we stayed for two explosions since the first time Kara wasn't full prepared with the camera.

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          The Golden Circle

          A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Jul 25, 2015

          Day 3 in Iceland and it was time to tackle The Golden Circle. The first stop on our tour was an organic farm that grows Tomatoes and Cucumbers in green houses. This process, using the natural heat from the underground water springs and artificial sunlight, allows them to grow and pick these produce year round despite Iceland's cold and variable weather. The tomato soup produced by the onsite chef is ...

          Stormy weather - indoors and out

          A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 19, 2015

          15 photos

          ... it is difficult to appreciate the grandeur of nature among the throngs of day trippers. We turned around and headed back towards our second spot of the day Geisir, the namesake of the English word geyser. There are more than a few geysers in the area but the main one was the most regular, blasting a spray of hot water every 5-8 minutes. We enjoyed watching the natural and the tourist spectacle. While Tom hiked to the viewpoint, Sue and the kids played 'chicken' with the ...

          Day 4!

          A travel blog entry by jamiemollner on Jul 18, 2015

          1 comment, 22 photos

          Day 4!! Still with us?? I will be surprised if you are after today's entry!

          Short version: National Park. Geysir. Waterfall. Rafting. Waterfall again. Hot tubbin' on a horse farm.

          Long version:

          We are back for the night at a new beautiful hotel in the middle of a horse farm in Eldhestar. We actually have our own door that goes out to a small patio that overlooks the mountains and horses. ...