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Starting from 70 EUR
Located 3 miles from Vík í Mýrdal, this countryside hotel features spacious guest rooms and stunning views of the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier. Guests have free access to 4 outdoor geothermal hot tubs. Hotel Katla Hofdabrekka’s classically decorated guest rooms have a work desk and TV with cable and satellite channels. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in the lobby area. The hotel’s in-house restaurant serves a buffet breakfast and local specialties for dinner. A hotel bar is also available for after dinner drinks. Hotel staff can help arrange area activities, such as horseback riding, snowmobiling or guided walks on the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier. Vik’s black sand beach and Vik Golf Course are both about a 5-minute drive from Katla Hofdabrekka Hotel. The Skógar Museum is 19 miles away.
Starting from 95 EUR
This hotel is in southern Iceland, 9 km from Vík í Myrdal. It offers free public area Wi-Fi and rooms with magnificent views of Mýrdalsjökull Glacier and the Atlantic Ocean. The wood-furnished rooms at Hótel Dyrhólaey include a TV with satellite channels, an electric kettle and a private bathroom with hairdryer. Traditional Icelandic cuisine and local beers are served in Dyrhólaey Hótel’s restaurant. There is also a terrace overlooking the Mýrdalur Valley. In summer, guests can watch puffins nest on the Dyrhólaey Cliffs. Staff can arrange snowmobile tours and hiking trips on the Mýrdalsjökull and Sólheimajökull glaciers. Hótel Dyrhólaey is situated by Iceland’s scenic Ring Road, 178 km from Reykjavík. Free parking is possible on site.
Starting from 91 EUR
This hotel is found in Vík í Mýrdal, only 5 minutes’ walk from Vík’s black sand beach. Its rooms offer views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Vík Mountains. Classic décor, as well as a TV and coffee/tea maker, are standard to each guest room at Hotel Edda Vík. Strondin, the hotel’s restaurant, is just across the street. It offers a varied à la carte dinner menu and ocean views. Only 10 minutes’ drive from Edda Vík Hotel is the Reynisfjara Beach, which offers spectacular views of Dyrhólaey Cliffs and the Reynisdrangar basalt sea stacks. More adventurous guests can explore the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier by snowmobile. Edda Vík is just off Iceland’s scenic Ring Road. On-site parking is free for guests.
Starting from 59 EUR
Situated in Vík town centre next to Kötlusetur Museum, this hostel is 10 minutes’ walk from Vík’s famous black beach. Guests have access to a communal, well-equipped kitchen and shared TV lounge. Each room at Welcome Puffin Hostel is simply decorated and has shared bathroom facilities. Bed linen is included but beds are unmade. Welcome Puffin’s summer restaurant offers home-cooked à la carte dishes and free Wi-Fi. Meals are available on request during the rest of the year. Jeep tours around the surrounding mountains can be arranged. A public indoor swimming pool is a 10-minute walk from Puffin Hostel. Horse riding activities are within 40 minutes’ drive, in Skálakot.
Starting from 69 EUR
Located in the village of Vik, this hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from the black sandy beaches of southern Iceland. It offers free Wi-Fi and a seasonal restaurant with a terrace. Each simply furnished guest room at Welcome Hótel Vík has a private bathroom with toiletries and a shower. Some also have a small seating area. Jeep tours of the scenic surroundings can be arranged by staff. Hiking trail maps are provided on site, as well as free private parking. Welcome Vík's daily buffet breakfast is served in their modern dining room. Katla Geopark Museum and a tourist information centre are found next to the hotel. An indoor swimming pool is 10 minutes’ walk away, while horseback riding in Skálakot is a 40-minute drive away.
Starting from 85 EUR
This tastefully furnished, family-run guesthouse, 6 miles from Vík, is surrounded by the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier and Atlantic Ocean. It features free Wi-Fi, a fully equipped guest kitchen and living room. A flat-screen satellite TV is provided in all rooms at Grand Guesthouse Gardakot, along with hardwood floors and fresh décor. Some have a private bathroom, while others have access to shared facilities. Set on a sheep farm, Guesthouse Gardakot also offers a furnished garden with BBQ facilities. Their daily breakfast buffet includes homemade bread, jams and teas made from the garden’s herbs. Dyrhólaey Island is a 10 minute walk away. Guests can also enjoy a black, sandy beach, a few minutes’ walk from the guesthouse.