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Backyard Village - Turquoise Cabin (Cottage)

Tiny house aangeboden door Marteinn
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The house is 36sqm, with a bedroom, bathroom and a living area combined with a kitchen. The facilities include private parking. The kitchen has a dining table, stovetop, oven, refrigerator, coffee machine, electric kettle, wine glasses, kitchenware and cleaning products. The living area has a pullout sofa bed and a "Smart" TV (Netflix). There's a private entrance doorway as well as a door that opens into our backyard. There are windows on every side—as well as a skylight in the living area.

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The cabin is built in 2017 and made of wood with a corrugated iron roof. It has heated floors.

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Slaapkamer 1
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Hveragerði, IJsland

Hveragerði is the hot springs capital of the world.
Our river, Varmá, is one of the best trout fishing rivers in the country. During summer trouts can often be seen jumping up the magnificent waterfall in their way upstream. A vast number of people pass through or by Hveragerði in south Iceland each year. Located 45 km from Reykjavik, Hveragerði may be seen from the vantage point of the Kambar mountain slope, as it spreads out across a 5,000 year-old lava field. Throughout the year, pillars of steam from the numerous hot springs in the town may be seen rising up out of the ground. In summer the town is truly a green community, abounding in trees. A green revolution is taking place as areas of woodland in and around Hveragerði expand, with the locals working together in order to further develop their blossoming town.

Geothermal park
Children really enjoy cooking eggs in the hots springs at the Geothermal park. Without doubt, Hveragerði´s, most precious gem is it´s geothermal park. There can not be many towns in the world with hot springs literally in peoples back yard. The geothermal park is centrally located and is open every day in the summer time. A natural clay foot bath can be enjoyed in the park and afterwards you can soak your feet in one of the hot springs. In a hole in the park the locals bake the famous black bread using the geothermal ground as an oven. You can boil egg in the hot-springs and later enjoy warm with the bread. Guidance is provided on the spot. During off season time please contact the local information office which arranges group tours upon request. Only 50 metres from the Geothermal Park a restaurant uses the geothermal heat for its outdoor kitchen which its visitors find simply fantastic.

The existence of hot springs led people to settle in Hveragerði. The natural hot water could be used for space heating, for cooking, baking and laundry. But it also led to the development of jobs. The first market garden, Fagrihvammur, was founded by the Varmá river in 1929. A year later the first greenhouse was built, marking the beginning of greenhouse horticulture in this region. Horticulture became a key sector of the local economy. Hveragerði began to grow a community in bloom.

Brand new hot springs on the 29th of May 2008
A new hot spring area broke through the ground in the earthquake that shook Iceland´s southern part on the 29th of May 2008. It is situated in the hillside above the town. Several very active hot springs can be seen that throw colourful mud and clear water in the air. A spectacular sight that should not be missed. All information is given in the tourist information office.

The exhibition "Quake 2008"
The Quake 2008 exhibition is a must see. A powerful earthquake (6,3 Richter scale) struck the South coast of Iceland at 15:45 on the 29th of May in 2008. The epicenter of the quake was about two kilometers southeast of Hveragerði. The area closest to the epicenter of the quake suffered severe damage of houses and contents as this was being thrown around in the earthquake.

The exhibition presents the causes and derivatives the earthquake 2008 in Hveragerði. The exhibition shows the experience of residents, how it affected the buildings, local environments and other damage. Television screen shows the recordings from the camera monitoring, photographs of local people and information from Earthquake Center, University of Iceland. Earthquake simulator that visitors can experience a powerful earthquake that is over 6 per richter. When digging the foundation hole for the shopping centre a large, ancient fissure was revealed. One can see the fissure lit up through a transparent section of the floor in the library and at the tourist information centre.

Access to the exhibition is free but fee is taken for the earthquake simulator.

"Quake 2008" Sunnumörk 2-4810 Hveragerði tel: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Hveragerði today
Iceland's most famous gardening town lives up to its reputation every summer. In 1946 Hveragerði became its own municipality. Hveragerði has been a productive town in the last few years. New buildings are appearing as more and more people are choosing to come and live in the town attracted by its tranquillity and closeness to nature. The growing population has risen to 2300. Hveragerði has much to offer. Trout and salmon swim in the Varmá river, berries can be had for the picking on the heath to the west of the town, and the area abounds in excellent walking routes. Not to mention the swimming pool, that for years was the largest pool in Iceland. It´s surroundings are remarkably beautiful. There are hot baths, whirlpools, a natural sauna and a fitness center. The swimming pool is open all year round. The NLFÍ Health and Rehabilitation Clinic offers the opportunity to seek health and happiness, and the Ás senior citizens´ home provides comfort for the twilight years. As the poets said: “Hveragerði is the best place in the world.”

The Outdoors – Nature – Exercise
Do not miss a hiking trip to the unique valley above Hveragerði where no one should skip a dip in the geothermal river. The Hveragerði surroundings are a paradise for outdoors people. There are good hiking trails within the town that link up with a network of trails on the land belonging to the Agricultural University of Iceland at the foot of Reykjafjall Mountain and in Ölfusborgir. There are also hiking trails in the recreational area at the foot of and on Hamar Mountain. From the mountain there are excellent views of land and out to sea. There are interesting hiking trails within the town. The Poets´Trail winds its way through historical parts of the town visiting three streets that made up the “artists´ quarters” between the years (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). These are Bláskógar(Blue woods), the street of painters; Frumskógar (Jungles), the street of poets, formerly known as Skáldagata, and Laufskógar (Leaf Woods), the street of the musicians. The Geothermal Trail visits the principal geothermal areas in and around town.

There are walking and riding trails from the town into Ölfusdalur valley, the Hengill area and all the way to Nesjavellir and Þingvellir. On the route you will find warm natural pools and rivers for bathing.

Sunnumörk Shopping centre
In the spring of 2004 the Sunnumörk Shopping Center was opened. Here you will find alls kinds of services, such as shops, a post office, library, bank, town offices, information center etc.

Information and services
The locals of Hveragerði do their utmost to make guests feel welcome. The town has much to offer, a range of interesting activities, places to eat and stay including an excellent campsite with first-class facilities situated in the field by Fagrihvammur. To South Iceland Tourist Information Center provides information about hiking trails, various activities, museums, exhibitions, culture, art, accommodation, services and guided tours of Hveragerði and its surroundings.

Aangeboden door Marteinn

Lid sinds oktober 2017
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Filmmaker, husband and father.
Tijdens je verblijf
We are Marteinn Thorsson, a filmmaker, and Gudrún Eva Minervudottir, a novelist. We have a six year old daughter; Minerva, and a cat; Gudbrandur.

Being artists can be an economically tricky affair at best and since we have a nice big backyard, we decided to turn a part of it into a residence, so we could have a bit of an extra income—thus enabling us to work on our art at the same time.

We want to create an intimate and an inspiring place of rest, where people can take their time, and in effect—be our neighbours for a day or two, or three…

We want to encourage you to stay for more than one night and take it easy. We want to think of our backyard as a place of rest and reflection.

It can be tempting to rush through the many beautiful sights Iceland has to offer but we believe the best way to experience our beautiful country is to take a bit of time to just “be” and notice the little things: The smells in the air, the ever-changing light, the continually changing shapes of geothermal steam rising from the ground, the rain or snow on the window, the sound of the wind, the absence of stress.

So. If you want to rush through, then our place might not be for you!

But if you want to rest, relax, do some hiking, cook your own meal, fire up the sauna, meditate, make art and get to know a bit of the life in a small Icelandic town—maybe we can be neighbours.

We’ll be happy to be yours!
We are Marteinn Thorsson, a filmmaker, and Gudrún Eva Minervudottir, a novelist. We have a six year old daughter; Minerva, and a cat; Gudbrandur.

Being artists can be an…
Marteinn is een Superhost
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