• Serving Reykjavík - Keflavík / Iceland
    Keflavík International Airport
  • A. Bernhard Bed and Breakfast

    Vallargata 6, Keflavík, IS

1.9 mi from KEF airport

Guest Score:based on 483 reviews
  • Amenities: Golf course (within 3 km), Garden, Terrace, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Free parking, Internet services, Express check-in/check-out, BBQ facilities, Heating, Luggage storage, WiFi, Free WiFi, ATM/cash machine on site, Sun terrace, Private check-in/check-out, Shuttle service (free), Mini-market on site, Water park, On-site parking, Private parking, WiFi available in all areas
  • Check in time: 15:00
  • Check out time: 12:00

About the A. Bernhard

The A. Bernhard Bed and Breakfast is located in the center of Keflavik in Iceland. The small bed and breakfast has three rooms available for guests. The building is located roughly two miles from Keflavik International Airport. Outdoor parking is available for visitors who are driving although reservations are needed in advance and space is limited. The owners are very flexible and can arrange for check-in at any time if flights are delayed. Each of the rooms in the bed and breakfast comes with a television that has movie channels available. All of the rooms are decorated professionally and have curtains or blinds and other features such as bookshelves, vases and warm wall hangings. Guests who are staying in the bed and breakfast share a bathroom. There is a spacious common area with comfortable chairs and a sofa. Reading materials are available. There is a small kitchenette for guests where light foods can be cooked. A garden and a wooden terrace are outside next to a barbecue that can be used in good weather. Travelers who want to explore the scenery and natural beauty of Iceland can borrow a bike for free from the bed and breakfast. The Vatnaverold Water Park that offers a heated pool is just a few minutes away. The main avenue in downtown Keflavik is just one block over giving guests access to a variety of shopping and dining options. The Blue Lagoon is less than 14 miles away. Visitors can also explore the Viking World Museum nearby to learn about how Iceland was first discovered and settled.