Smáratún ehf - Hótel Fljótshlíð fyrirtæki
Smáratún fékk Svansvottun í nóvember 2014.
Tegund bús: Ferðaþjónustubýli - sveitahótel. Einnig eru nautgripir, hestar, landnámshænur,
aliendur og aligæsir á býlinu.
Til sölu/þjónusta: Afurðir frá býlinu, s.s. sultur, landnámshænuegg, andaregg, kæfa, rúgbrauð og hrossabjúgu. Allt nautakjöt í veitingasal er frá býlinu.Ofangreindmatvæli getur þurft að panta.
Tökum á móti: Hópum og einstaklingum.
Opnunartími árs: Allt árið. Sumt af heimaframleiddum matvælum er árstíðabundið.
Aðstaða: Fjölbreytt gisti- og veitingaaðstaða. Fundaraðstaða.
Annað: Bjóðumhestaferðir og ferðir áNjáluslóðir, ýmist á hestumeða rútum. Í næsta nágrenni er fjölbreytt þjónusta og afþreying. Á Hvolsvelli (13 km) er öll verslunarþjónusta, sundlaug, íþróttahús og upplýsingamiðstöð.
On the Green Map:
Tourism company or institute that has received an environmental prize, operates as a Green hostel, has achieved the environmental standard of Vakinn, or has internationally approved environmental certification such as the Earth Check or the Nordic Swan.
Certifications. Labels and Awards:
Straight from the farm
Straight from the farm is a project that deals with enabling farmers to sell their own produce straight from the farm. The aim of the project was to develop a mark and supply farmers with the neccesary information to take the first steps to direct-sale of their products. Also to inform the general public and the farmers through the projects website. The founders of the project were; Hólar University College, Living Agriculture, Farmers Travel Services, The Agricultural University of Iceland, The Farmers Association of Iceland and Innovation Centre Iceland.
The organisation ´Straight from the farm - Association of local producers' (Beint frá býli - félag heimavinnsluaðila) was foundet early in the year 2008.
The Swan is the official Nordic Ecolabel, introduced by the Nordic Council of Ministers. Nordic Ecolabelling has the comission to promote a more sustainable consumerism with the goal of creating a sustainable society.
This is done by a voluntary license system where the applicant agrees to follow a certain criteria set outlined by the Nordic Ecolabelling in cooperation with stakeholders. These criteria include environmental, quality and health arguments. The criteria levels promote products and services belonging to the most environmentally sound and take into account factors such as free trade and proportionality (cost vs. benefits).
The Nordic Ecolabel now covers 70 different product groups, for which it is felt that ecolabelling is needed and will be beneficial. These days, everything from washing-up liquid to furniture and hotels can carry the Swan label.