Welcome to Framnesvegur 29

Check - in time

15:00 / 3PM

Check - out time

10:00 / 10AM

Check-in time

15:00 / 3PM

Check-out time

10:00 / 10PM

Property guide

Please note that this is a self check-in property.

We hope you will enjoy your stay. If you have any problems or questions during your stay, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

Please bear in mind that these are our house rules:

  • Smoking is not allowed indoors.
  • Please do not throw cigarettes and mouth tobacco pouches on or from the balconies and in front of the building.
  • Pets are not allowed
  • No parties or events allowed
  • Please wash the dishes and empty the fridge before departure.

Guests are responsible for any damages incurred during their stay.

Guests are at risk of paying an extra fee if they do not follow the house rules.


Fines for breaking rules:

  • Fire alarm goes off - 200 EUR
  • Lost key - 100 EUR
  • Smoked in the room - 250 EUR
  • Dishes not washed - 50 EUR
  •  Apartment not empty by check-out - 25 EUR for each hour

There is free street parking by the house.

Feel free to use our free Wi-Fi during your stay.

Username: Heimaleiga

Password: EnjoyYourStay

There is a Smart TV in the apartment with Netflix and other streaming services.
If you don’t have an account for Netflix and you need access, please contact us for login information.

We don't have special designated space for luggage.

There is also a good luggage storage   Vesturgata Car Park and BSÍ bus station.

The trash bins are located on the back of the house. Please use the pathway on the right side of the house to find them.



Gray/black is for general waste


Blue is for all paper and carton, newspapers, magazines, and all packaging made from cartons such as milk and juice cartons. Rinse all food from the materials and compress them to make room for more. Do not put any plastics into the blue bin.


Green is for all plastics, both soft and hard. Soft plastics are for example plastic bags, plastic film and bubble plastic. Hard plastics are containers of all sorts, for example yogurt boxes, plastic trays, and shampoo containers. Rinse all food and chemicals from plastics before placing them in the bin.


The brown bin is for food waste. Food waste should be collected in a paper bag. We recommend that you dispose of this bag every 2-3 days and do not throw very moist/wet food waste in it.

Please note that you can also throw the white coffee capsules (from Te&kaffi) into this bin.

You can leave the bottles and cans in the apartment, take it to “Endurvinnslan, if you want to get the deposit back, or bring it to “Grænir skátar” at Hallgrímskirkja and the local Scouts will get the profit.

There is a Nespresso coffee machine in your apartment.



How it works

Make sure this is enough water in the water tank on the back of the machine. If the buttons show red lights, the water level might be too low.

To add coffee, pull up the handle on top of the machine, add the Nespresso capsule in the compartment and close it by pulling the handle down again.

Choose the type of coffee you want (espresso: small cup or lungo: large cup) by pushing the small rounded buttons with the cup image.

If you can’t close the machine with the handle, the capsule compartment might be full.

Empty the compartment by pulling the front tray, taking the compartment/drawer out and empty it. Place it in the machine again before continuing to make your delightful cup of coffee.

There is a Whirlpool dishwasher in your apartment.
Please remember to use ONLY specific tablets for a dishwasher. Do NOT use the dishwashing liquid in the dishwasher machine.

To turn the dishwasher on, press the power button on the left, choose the program you want to use with the P button and start the program with the Play/pause button on the right.

If you have any problems with using the dishwasher, please contact us.


There is an Electrolux toaster in your apartment that takes 2 slices of bread at a time.
You can choose the desired toasting time with the rounded knob.


There are no laundry facilities in this property

However, if needed, there is laundry service at: Úðafoss at Vitastígur 13, a self-service laundromat wash at Grettisgata 3, and a Laundromat Café at Austurstræti 9.

There is a sleeping sofa in your apartment.

Please watch video instructions below.

If you need to open the sleeping sofa, here is a video with instructions on how to do that.
You need to pull the string on the back of the sofa forward, until the bed is open and the mattress is fully flattened out.



If you need to close the sleeping sofa, here is a video with instructions on how to do that.
You need to make sure the mattress is placed within the mattress frame before closing it. If you have any issues closing the sofa, it is possible that you need to pull the mattress towards you before trying to close it again.


To turn the hob/stove on/off please hold the power sign for a couple of seconds.

Increase the power on the desired burner by touching the + (plus) sign and decrease it by touching the - (minus) sign.


Please make sure you are adjusting the power for the right burner.
If the stove doesn’t work, please hold the lock sign for a few seconds and the stove will unlock.

Please remember to turn the stove off after using it.
If you have any problems with using the stove, please contact us.


There is an oven in your apartment.
The controls on the oven allow you to choose between several types of cooking and the temperature of the oven. 150°C is around 300°F and 200°C is around 390°F.If you don’t see rounded knobs to control the program and heat, you might have to push them first, so they “pop out”. You should then be able to turn them in both directions.


Please remember to turn the oven off after cooking.

If you have any problems with using the oven, please contact us and tell us what type/brand of oven is in your apartment.

There is a water kettle in the kitchen.

To turn the kettle on, push the Start/stop button. Push the arrows to choose the desired temperature (you’ll see a light indicating what temperature you’ve chosen). Please see further instructions in this video.


Please do NOT use the kettle for anything else than water.


There is a shower in the apartment with  handheld head.

The left knob is to turn the water on and control the water pressure. The right knob is to control the temperature.


You might need to push the  black button on the knob to increase the heat and get more water flow. Please note that it might take a little while for the water to heat up.

38°C is approximately 100 °F



Check out is at 10:00/10AM. Guests are expected to leave the apartment in a decent condition. 

Please start the dishwasher with all dirty dishes, glasses and cutlery. 

You don’t have to worry about cleaning the towels or sheets, we will take care of that.


Please note that the garbage cans are located behind the house (see further info under the “Trash” section). Help us take care of the environment and sort your waste.

If you need extra things during your stay such as fresh towels, linens, toilet paper etc. please contact us.


If you want to check in earlier or check out later, this is possible in some cases for a small fee. Please contact us to get more information.

If the fire alarm goes off (smoke from toaster etc), please open the windows, to ventilate the apartment. 


If there is a fire in the apartment, please leave the premises and call 112 (emergency services).

Most of Iceland’s houses are heated by geothermal water. The water runs through the radiators heating up the cast iron and warming up the place.

Sleeping sofa


To adjust the settings of a radiator you must turn the knob to a higher or lower setting. The knob is usually located on either side of the radiator.

Note that it takes a little while for the radiators to get hot so don’t put them on full blast just yet. In fact, setting it to 2-3 is usually enough for a radiator that goes up to 5. For a radiator that goes up to 8 the normal setting is about 4-5. Adjusting the setting any higher can lead to rooms getting steamy and the radiators to start emitting heat smell.

In Iceland we have the standard Europlug, a flat, two-pole, round-pin domestic AC power plug, rated for voltages up to 250 V and currents up to 2.5 A.


For these plugs, you can use adapter types “C” or “F”. These are often labeled as a Northern Europe adapter.

95% of all water in Iceland comes from springs in the ground, so it never comes in touch with any pollution. Unlike in many neighboring countries, the Icelandic water is free of chlorine, calcium and nitrate. It contains sulfur, which sometimes gives an egg smell when you use the hot water. 

The quality of tap water in Reykjavík is well monitored, so you are not to worry about drinking directly from the tap, as Icelandic water is one of the purest water you’ll find in the world.

Alcohol is quite expensive in Iceland and can only be bought at state run stores called Vínbúðin. The DutyFree store at the airport is a lot cheaper (you will see all the Icelanders go straight there). If you plan on purchasing alcohol, we recommend doing that before picking up your bags at the airport.

Don’t be fooled by the “beer” you see at local supermarkets. Those are light beers with only 0-2% alcohol.

People under the age of 20 are not allowed to buy alcohol of any kind in Iceland. 

Just a kind reminder: No parties are allowed at the apartment.

There are a number of grocery stores close to Framnesvegur 29 Apartment. Bónus is in a 7 minute walking distance. This is usually the cheapest option.
You’ll also find a local Grocery store in 4 minute walking distance and Melabúðin in 13 minutes walking distance. This store has a nice variety of products and more healthy options.

Bónus: Location

Melabúðin: Location

Grocery market: Location

The pharmacy closest to Framnesvegur 29 are:

Lyf og heilsa Granda: Location

Lyfja Granda: Location

Lyf og heilsa offers a personal, safe and professional service, with the goal of increasing the quality of life, with a variety of medicin and health related products.

If you need taxi service you can call Hreyfill taxi company: +354 5885522 or Taxi Reykjavik BSR +354 5610000


You can also find more information about transportation under “Transportation” further below in this property guide.