Great little house right by some of the most amazing cliffs and bird watching! Worked out great for 4 adults. Kitchen had everything we needed, and although small, the bedrooms and beds were comfy. Enjoyed using the wood stove for extra warmth and a ambience! Very responsive host!
Loved this cottage! We were expecting to use this as a base to travel around Iceland. What we discovered was a quaint small town with these clusters of cottages. A glacier in the backyard and the ocean in the front. The kitchen is fully stocked with all the cooking utensils and dishes you need. The ...
This was everything we were looking for. Set in a teeny town. There are 2 restaurants that were both wonderful in different ways. Close to everything on the peninsula. The window even looks to the North...we sat and watched the Northern lights from inside our room for an hour one night! I would caution ...
Beautiful scenery, very easy access. Lots of hiking trails.
We enjoyed our stayed at the Fosshotel Hellnar. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. It is a beautiful hotel with amazing views.
Modern rooms in a stunning location. Great fish and chip bar opposite.
This was the only place I could find in the area. Our room had shared bathroom and toilet, however there are rooms with private bathrooms. It is really expensive but for the area seems reasonable. The stuff is really really nice though!
Self check in was easy. Large rooms. Basic but clean. No kettle in room.
It is very close to town. Love the amenities provided like ironing and washer/dryer as many other places don't provide!
Snaefellsjokull is a great starting point for a getaway.
Getting there is half of the adventure, as it is located 70 miles from the country's capital city, Reykjavik, in an area known as Hellnar.
Places to stay are limited in the immediate vicinity of Snaefellsjokull, but there are approximately 5 within 60 miles. The North Star Hotel Olafsvik and Snjofell Guesthouse are some of the most popular choices.