About Raven’s BnB
Raven’s BnB is situated in Njardvik (Keflavik). The famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is only 15 min away, Keflavik Airport 7 min away and Iceland´s capital, Reykjavik is 45 min away.
Within a walking distance from Njardvik´s fishing harbour and the Atlantic Ocean. With far reaching views over to Iceland´s capital, Reykjavík, to the Akranes Peninsula and other stunning coastal scenery, Ravensbnb makes a perfect place to get-away on your summer vacation.
Raven’s Bed & Breakfast has been converted from an original cow house (Byre) into a comfortable furnished, well equipped and cosy home/B&B, your ‘home away from home’.
Attraction and a quaint walkway will take you to various galleries, restaurants, as well as cafés, a post office, indoor/outdoor pools, solarium, hot tubs and water world. Also banks, museums and various shops. Two golf courses are within 15 minute drive, one at Leira and the other in Sandgerdi.
There are a variety of sites to see on the Sudurnes Peninsula such as Gunnuhver, a geothermal mud pool and Reykjanesviti, a beautiful lighthouse, first built in 1878. See Visit Reykjanes for further sites to see.
For the surfers….Check this video, this surfing spot is only 15 minutes away from our bed and breakfast. Two of our guests made this awesome video of their Iceland surfing trip.
About Raven´s BNB and rooms: There are 5 bedrooms in Raven´s BNB located on two levels, each with their own unique design and details.
Many of the items in the bedrooms were found in the byre/cow house when the couple started their renovation. Wooden beams and ancient artifacts is what decorates this whole house, with stairs going up to two bedrooms and a wooden bridge overlooking the open space kitchen and dining area. On ground level you have 3 bedrooms, two showers, laundry room, kitchen/dining area, a conservatory, a patio onto a hot tub and garden all around the house.
Additional information: We have one movable baby cot at no extra charge.
About the owner:
The owners of Ravensbnb opened their doors to visitors of Iceland in 2013. It took them 3 years to renovate this 100 year old cowhouse/Byre into their home and now a quaint and cosy guesthouse, a memorable “home away from home”.