Cute guest house in a nice, central location in Reykjavik. This is an "annex" off the Main House about a five-ten minute walk from the main downtown area and old harbor. Quiet and cozy; nothing fancy; self-serve. Very "Air B&B" like. Internet and satellite TV provided, plus a few extras like microwave, stove, electric tea kettle, silverware and pots and pans...which was really nice. There are some nice little bonuses as well, like plastic wrap, spices, condiments, etc from past guests so you don't have to pick up all that stuff--although you should do an inventory before hitting the supermarket. As for the supermarkets, there are a few small ones downtown that are convenient, but a bit spendy. There is a Kronan and a Bonus by the museums at the old harbor (about 10 minute walk). We hit them and found the pricing much more in line with what we were used to in the US for most things where a lot of restaurants and mini markets were 50 to 100% more than what you'd expect. Yikes. So, hitting the market and cooking here was WAAAAY more economical than eating out (Pizza $20, Subway Footlong $16). Bear in mind that it is a quaint and quiet guest house and not a hotel. As long as you understand that you'll really appreciate it and the value that goes with it. Looking forward to coming back again.