After 20 years as hosts at B&B Guesthouse we have sold our business. It's bittersweet to end this journey now, both since it has been great to meet and greet our guests and friends, but on the other hand, the perfect timing to retire. We want to thank all of our guests and friends that have stayed with us the last 20 years, and promise the future guests that they will be in great hands with the new owners. All the best, Hilmar & Svala
When this text is written, in may 2021 there is a variety of restaurants in Keflavik near B&B Guesthouse. Many are in walking distance, especially those that are on Hafnargata (seen in yellow text box on map).
If you are in the mood for fish you can check out Rain, Duus, Library or Kef restaurant. If you are in the mood for Italian that specialises in pizzas then check out Fernando’s. If you like to choose from pizzas, hamburgers, salat or meat all in one place, then you can check out Antons Mamma Mia.
In to mood for Thai food then check out Thai Keflavik, or do you prefer Cantonese food, then check out Panda. You’ll find a nice little Indian place called Royal Indian and you’ll find a Polish restaurant in the same house as B&B Guesthouse.
If you prefer to grab a kebab you’ll find it at Biryani. There is also a place were you’ll find Middle Eastern cuisine, that one is called Oriento. If you would like to try out a place that sells hoagies then you should visit Olsen Olsen. If you really want a good burger then you’ll find it at Hamborgarabúlla Tómasar or Tommi’s burger joint.
If you are in the mood for something a little more fancy then you should check out Library bistro/bar, Rain, Kef Restaurant or Fiskibarinn that is in Hotel Berg.
As stated in Iceland monitor “Reykjanes Peninsula is perhaps one of the most underrated places in Iceland. It’s the home of Keflavik International Airport, and most tourists drive straight from there to Reykjavik without so much as a stop for a look around, aside for a visit to the Blue Lagoon. They don’t know what they’re missing.”
There are many stunning places to visit on the Peninsula – some them are listed here.
If you like information about the Peninsula, seen from the eyes of a traveller, you can get information about things to do, itinerary, map and practical trips here.
Volcanic eruption in Geldingadal – Iceland
An eruption started in Geldingadalur in march 2021, to the south of Fagradalsfjall, the first known eruption on the Peninsula in about 800 years. You can take a hiking tour from Grindavik to see the eruption, it surely is a breathtaking experience. To get up to date information about maps of the hiking trails, GPS tracks, information about how to dress, along with the weather forecast for the eruption site, visit Safetravel in Iceland.
Guide to Iceland has published a great guide on travel trips in Iceland. Things like: Sightseeing at nighttime, that you shouldn’t try to buy beer in supermarkets or where to bathe in natural hot springs or if Covid 19 will impact your trip at all?
Read further: Top 11 Travel Trips in Iceland