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Accommodation

The Icelandic travel industry has been growing rapidly in the past few years and the diversity in accommodations has accordingly increased. Many types of accommodation are offered, some catering to those wanting a bit of pampering and luxury and others to those seeking more affordable lodgings. Below is a list of options.

Apartments

Staying at an apartment is an excellent alternative.

For those wanting more privacy, prefer to do their own cooking and wish to interact with the locals. Apartments are available in different price ranges.

Bed & Breakfast

B&B’s are all pervasive and many of them privately run.

They are generally smaller and more intimate than hotels and more comfortably priced.

Camping

The least expensive type of accommodation available.

The are many campsites all over Iceland, most of them open from May until the beginning of September.

Cottages

Staying at a cottage can be very cozy.  

It is especially convenient for families or groups of friends traveling together.

Farm Holidays

Staying at a farm is a unique alternative.

A fine choice for those who seldom venture from cities and wish to experience the bucolic side of life at least once.

Guesthouses

Guesthouses are all pervasive and many of them privately run.

They are generally smaller and more intimate than hotels and more comfortably priced.

Hostels

Simple and inexpensive accommodation.

Suitable for budget minded travellers. They are principally popular with younger people opting for more basic lodgings.

Hotels

Iceland has many fine hotels. Ranging in price and quality allowing travellers to make a suitable choice.

On the Reykjanes peninsula we offer a verity of hotels, with quality and services ranging from three to five stars. Take a look at the selections of hotels and find the one that fits your needs. 

 

Sleeping bag accommodation

A truly economic alternative. 

Many guesthouses, rural hotels, hostels and farmer’s lodges, offer sleeping bag accommodation.

The Reykjanes Peninsula

Towns & Villages

Visitors to Iceland who arrive via Keflavik International Airport on the Reykjanes Peninsula may be somewhat surprised by the landscape that greets their eyes as they touch down in Iceland for the very first time. A seemingly endless, green-grey moss-topped lava field blankets the peninsula for as far as the eye can see, and it is this strange and rather other-worldly sight that is your first glimpse of the land of fire and ice. 

Map Garður Sandgerði Reykjanesbær Vogar Grindavík