This was once home to lines of tough-faced worshippers from the local fishing village of Stöðvarfjörður. Now it is home to you while you explore Iceland’s volcano-carved east coast. There is plenty of room and the accommodation is warm and welcoming. There is a self-catering kitchen and the choice of bedding or sleeping bags.
Nearby, is Petra’s Stone Museum: a world-famous mineral collection. Hiking and exploring this fascinating landscape is the way forward. This hotel is best suited for people who love the outdoors and want to get outside and explore rugged nature in all its glory.
Being one of the youngest landmasses in the world, Iceland is of particular fascination to geographers and geologists and, of course, Iceland’s famous Geysers and volcanic Spas are not too far away. So get ready to loosen your muscles and untie your shoes. Wriggle your toes in the revitalizing waters.