For your convenience I’m sending you some information for your stay. It’s much of the same information you’ll find in the booking platform, but I have found it to be really convenient to have at hand in my email inbox. I have also added some recommendations on what to do in West Iceland
-Jon, Biggi and Snæbjorn
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Our location and how to get here
Múlabyggð 2d, Borgarbyggð.
GPS: N64° 41' 35.88'' W21° 55' 32.3544''
Unless you intend to spend a lot of time walking you will need a car to get there. Putting the address in a GPS system will not be helpful since it’s too rural for map databases.
Here is a link (https://goo.gl/q9hY5e) with directions from the airport. You can also put the GPS coordinates into any GPS or into google maps and follow it’s lead. But make sure you take Rt 535 and not 536.
If you want to go old school, here is a step by step guide to get there from Reykjavik:
You take the Rte 1 west highway out of Reykjavík to Borgarnes. You can either go through the Hvalfjörður tunnel, which is the shortest route or, if the weather is nice and you are not in a hurry you can take Rte 47 and drive around Hvalfjörður. It will take 30-40 minutes longer. When you come out of the tunnel take the first exit from the roundabout and keep driving Rte 1. After passing the big fjord bridge you will enter the town of Borgarnes. The town welcomes you with big signs from a cluster of gas stations. After passing the gas stations the road forks, you take a right turn. You drive through Borgarnes until you reach a roundabout, then you take the second exit Rte 54, and drive 7.9 km, until you reach a right turn that is marked Rte 535 Grímsstaðir. This is a gravel road and you drive about 12 km, then the road forks, you go right and cross a small bridge. You drive about 300 meters farther and take the 5th and last exit on the left.
The 5th exit is a red gate with a blue sign that says “Velkomin í Múlabyggð”. Drive through it :)
Here’s another picture that shows our cabins in relation to one another
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