When planning our first night in Iceland, we knew that we'd want a nice place to relax and prepare for our week in a Kuku Camper. Everything in Iceland is very expensive, and that does not exclude Airbnb's. I was lucky to find a reasonably priced room for three people between the Keflavik airport and Reykjavik. (Use this link to help us out: www.airbnb.com/c/taylorc1809)
We had the whole basement apartment to ourselves. It was a small but cozy space with a lobby, kitchen, and bathroom. The apartment was perfect for the three of us. It had one queen sized bed and one twin sized bed.
Even though we never met our host, she was very accommodating when we asked to drop off our luggage before formal check in. She had left a cute instruction book for the kitchen appliances and a notecard with the Wi-Fi password. The house was only a quick walk from the bus station that would take us downtown.
My next eight nights would be spent sleeping in the back of a van with Kendall and John, and it was important to be well rested before taking on that endeavor. Thanks to Sólrún, our first night in Iceland was great.