Aug 18 - Aug 19
Quaint cabins close to the foot of E15 volcano. Easy access to Ring Road, Seljalandfoss and other attractions. Cabins are too small for 5 adults. Should be okay for family of 2 adults and small children. The shower in our bathroom leaked and was too tight a space. Good for a 1 night stay.
Aug 18 - Aug 19
I liked that it was close to the bus terminal and walking distance from the city. I did not like that outside of the property looked liked an abandoned building. There is no one there to let you in when you arrived. There is a number on the door to call but we did not have service, so luckily another ...
Aug 15 - Aug 16
Find a great Iceland inn
If you’re on the lookout for a place to stay in Iceland that sports special touches and décor but is less costly than a bed and breakfast, rent a room at an inn. Whether you’re staying for a day, a week or a month, Orbitz has a great selection of super-comfy Iceland inns to choose from.
Pick the right inn for you
The most popular hotel inns in Iceland merge the convenience of an inn with many of the standard features of a hotel. Think pools and gyms, without the hefty price tag.
You’ll find Iceland inns are located in all sort of convenient neighborhoods, making them a great option for those traveling on four wheels. They can also offer a tasty breakfast and hearty dinner, saving you the time and effort it would take to find good eats in a new place.
If you want a space filled with loads of personality and a good helping of hospitality to boot, look out for historic inns. Privately owned with an exclusive number of rooms, you’ll receive a more personalized stay, much like a boutique hotel. No matter what type of inn you choose, you’re sure to enjoy unique experiences you won’t find anywhere else.