Great location, very clean and excellent kitchen. Nice walks from here
Great location, beautiful farm property, we stayed in the old house, but all renovated and well kept. The people there very nice. The breakfast was great! Would highly recommend this place. They even had a main kitchen and family room that could be used.
Clean, confortable and good breakfast! Highly recommended!
We were surprised to find breakfast was included. It was an ok breakfast, nothing special, just a simple buffet. Staff was friendly. Not fond of taking off our shoes at the entrance.
Very near to waterfall, the hotel has a nice patio where you can eat and drink
Great staff. Great rooms. Great window views. Great Location. Really glad we booked. It has a very feel at home vibe and offers great breakfast and free coffee.
Great location, nice tidy, large rooms. Would stay here again.
very nice building and hotel located in a calm area. would be even better if a sign on the main road indicates the hotel
Property is very conveniently located between the Dyrholaey Peninsula and Reynisfjara Beach, and is also very close to Vik. Rooms are comfortably appointed. Whole property is extremely clean. Kitchen was well stocked with basics such as cereal, rye bread, cookies, tea bags and coffee.
Mother Nature offers you an adventure that's one-of-a-kind, so take a trip off the beaten path at Myrdalsjokull Glacier.
If you haven't heard of Thorsmork, where it is located, you've probably come across the capital city, Reykjavik, from which it is 90 miles.
You're out of luck if you want to book a room close to Myrdalsjokull Glacier. You'll be happy to find out that the Hotel Katla - Hofdabrekka is 18 miles away. Two other choices are the Hotel Edda Vik and the Welcome Hotel Lambafell, 17 miles and 19 miles away from Myrdalsjokull Glacier.