As authentic as it gets; an Icelandic farmhouse built in 1906 and tastefully renovated. Sited amidst working farmland within sight of the mighty Skogafoss waterfall, in the horse country of South Iceland. Þorsteinshus is located on the site of an old settlers´ farm, Ytri Skogar. Legend has it that Þrosi the Viking lived here; his gold is reputedly hidden under the Skogafoss waterfall.
The floor plan.
The house has four rooms, two on the main floor and two on the second floor. All of the rooms have double beds; two can either be double beds or convert to two single beds. Kitchen, dining area and living room occupy the same space on the main level. The house is fully equipped with a powerful oven, gas stove, refrigerator and dishwasher. All kitchen equipment is supplied.