Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Gill from Preston
Beautiful guesthouse in fabulous locationPosted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Blabjorg Guesthouse is an absolute gem! We had a seaview room which was simply and tastefully furnished (very modern). We're not birdwatchers but we really enjoyed watching the antics of the birds from our room, and using a book in the common area to identify the different species. It was a great base for walking although the snow line was low (in July!) which limited our choice a little. It was great to have access to a kitchen area but this was also the only downside - some guests clearly expected someone else to clean up their mess and the self service breakfast meant you missed out on some things if other guests kept them on their table. We didn't use the spa facilities (available to guests at a reduced rate) and would have liked to stay longer to enjoy the hot tub overlooking the sea!
for Personal Eventby AJ from Sydney
Great Guesthouse in an awesome locationPosted Jun 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
I really liked my stay at Hotel Blabjorg. The view from my room was stunning, looking over the harbour and mountains beyond. The Borgarfjordur Eystri area is very beautiful and the hotel is very well situated and easy to find. The check in process needed a phone call but was fine. The kitchen area, room and shared bathroom facilities were very clean and well setup. I would definitely stay there again.
Fantastic Guesthouse in wilds of IcelandPosted Oct 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
So the guesthouse was technically closed for the Winter when I stayed there, but the local keeper was happy to open it up for me and sit down for a chat. The building is a recently renovated guesthouse (it used to be a fishery) and it is beautiful in that scandinavian design sort of way. The rooms are spartan, but very comfortable and the sound of the surf right outside the window was miraculous for putting you to sleep. The common bathrooms and areas were great and functional and surprisingly, the internet connectivity was some of the best I had while travelling in Iceland. I can see how this place would be absolutely awesome to share with others during the more peak times of the year, but spending the night there was fantastic after escaping a blizzard. As for the town itself, it is a very small/sleepy town. The locals a very friendly, but there really isn't much there (especially in late fall/winter). Anyway, if you are in the northeast of Iceland and are looking for a place to stay guest-house style, this place was a great find and incredible for the price.
Quaint guesthouse with beautiful seaside viewPosted Aug 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
Pleasant experience in a renovated guesthouse (completed in 2011). The guesthouse has approximately 15 rooms and is well-maintained (shoes are asked to be taken off at the entrance). It is a family run guesthouse, with a simple breakfast, cable tv (in common area), and free wifi (although best experienced in common area). Great view of the water and new amenities.