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Goðaland Guest House in Fljótshlíð
Visiting Iceland? We're just as excited as you are!
With space for 20 adventurous guests, Goðaland Guest House is right in the heart of Fljótshlíð, South Iceland - one of the most picturesque farming districts in the country and within view of that volcano...you know, that one that nobody can pronounce—Eyjafjallajökull.

The guest house is located in a building that was, once upon a time, a primary school. Recently refurbished in part as a guest house, it still retains something of its schoolish charm and personality. The sturdy building, built to withstand earthquakes and the onslaught of a small army of primary school-age kids, is now ready for the onslaught of visitors to Iceland! We know Iceland can be expensive, so to celebrate the opening of Goðaland Guest House, we have a special offer! Show us your April/May edition of Icelandic Times and you'll receive a 20% discount off your entire stay, including breakfast, anytime during April or May 2011. Sweet!

Goðaland Guest House is easy to find—on paved roads all the way from Reykjavik. In Hvolsvöllur, take road no. F261 in the direction of Fljótshlíð, for 10 km. Watch for the signs just after a small bridge and sheep sorting pens on the right. We are set back from the road about 100 metres, on the right hand side.

Enjoy your stay in Iceland
and Goðaland Guest House looks forward to your visit!
Goðaland Guest House

Fljótshlíðarvegur • 861 Hvolsvöllur
+354 697 9280
godalandguesthouse@gmail.com
www.godaland-guesthouse.com

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