Hotel Edda Laugar

Posted By : TusoDikens/ 1175

This region´s history is deeply rooted in the Icelandic Sagas, with Laugar near its centre. Laugar means “warm springs”, and it is still popular in the Snæfellsnes peninsula´s unspoiled surroundings. Another favourite is the Leifur Eiríksson Museum, dedicated to the first European to visit America. A boat trip on Breiðaförður Bay is another must-do, sailing among countless small islands on this beautiful bay.

  • 45 rooms total
  • 22 Edda Plus rooms with en-suite bathrooms, television and telephone
  • 23 with in-room washbasins
  • On-site restaurant
  • Meeting rooms
  • Camping site
  • Swimming pool with hot tub
  • Bike rental
  • Birdwatcher’s paradise
  • Great hiking area
  • Trout fishing
  • “Saga Country”
  • Hot springs
  • Folk museum
  • Leifur Eiríksson museum
  • “Elf” church

Please see the hotel web site for the best available prices.

Laugar, Sælingsdalur
371, Búðardalur

+354 444-4930
+354 505-0915

Hotel Reynihlid

Posted By : TusoDikens/ 1022

Hótel Reynihlíð is the leading hotel in the Lake Mývatn region.  The hotel has 41 comofrtable rooms and is located in the heart of the area.  The hotel restaurant is fully licensed. We give professional and personal service.  Here you´l find, for the area, typical charr and lamb.

660, Mývatn

+354 464-4170
+354 464-4371


Posted By : TusoDikens/ 1069

Accommodation for 10 persons in a renovated house, 3 double rooms and a big family room. Big BBQ and good dining facilities. Convenient location for small groups or individuals who want to enjoy peaceful surroundings. Here is also a former barn that can be used for meetings or parties for up to 40 persons.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Kiðafelli 2
276, Mosfellsbær

+354 692-3025
+354 566-7051

Guesthouse Víðigerði

Posted By : TusoDikens/ 1004

Vidigerdi and Vidihlid are on the main road (#1) in the western slopes of Valley Vididalur in the North. Vidigerdi offers various services and visitors are welcome to browse through the selection of a Woollen Factory Outlet in the Cultural Community Centre and buy what they like.

One of Iceland’s renowned salmon rivers runs through the valley. It discharges the Moorlands in the south and collects numerous streams on its way, among them River Fitja. The Sea Char Area of River Vididalsa rates among the best in the North.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

531, Hvammstangi

+354 451-2592
+354 451-2593

Guesthouse Árhús

Posted By : TusoDikens/ 1077

Árhús is a family buisness established in 2001 with the purchase of 28 small cottages and a camp site from Hotel Mosfell in Hella. Along with the small cottages and the camp site we also have our restaurant, called Café Árhús. The cottages now total 30 and range from affordable 10 m2 without abathroom to 25 m2 with all the facilities for up to 6 persons.

The camp site is quite large and is very cosy with a lot of trees where you can find shelter from the wind, it also has cooking facilities, hot water, shower and wc, washer and dryer, electricity, dumping area for campers and a playground.

The café is located on the banks of Ytri Rangá river and offers a variety of local food on an a la carte menu, along with pizza, salads and hamburgers.

Árhús and Gaddstaðaflatir camping ground is open from June 1st – September 15th.  Please contact for prices and booking information.

850, Hella

+354 487-5577
+354 487-5477