Two bright studio apartments for two and four people, with wonderful views to the east over the southern lowlands in the direction of Hekla and Eyjafjallajökull. Made-up beds. Each apartment has a flatscreen TV and free Wi-Fi. Private bathroom with a shower. An extra bed or crib can be provided upon request.
The apartments have good cooking facilities with all the necessary utensils and tableware. Breakfast is not available. Selfoss has a variety of diners, restaurants, cafés, bakeries and supermarkets (4 km / 2.5 mi). In the villages by the coast south of Mýri are the restaurants Fjöruborðið in Stokkseyri and Rauða Húsið in Eyrarbakki (about a 10-minute drive).
Stay for a tree
Stay for a tree – When you stay with us, we plant a tree for you.
When it comes to taking care of the environment, every little step counts. For every time you stay with us, we plant a tree for you. We feel that it’s important for the travel industry to reinvest value in the area, and we do this in the form of nature protection and carbon offsets. The first tree planting associated with this project took place in August 2016. Guests will then be able to follow the project on Mýri's Facebook page.
Service and recreation
The hosts can provide information and advice regarding traveling plans and recreational activities in the area. The location has good conditions for viewing the northern lights on clear winter evenings. Guests are welcome to visit the animals on the farm. Horses are often in the paddocks nearby Mýri. Mýri is close to the geothermal swimming pool and gym facilities in Selfoss. There’s also a nine-hole golf course near Selfoss. Horse riding tours on offer in various places nearby.
Plenty to see and experience nearby
Selfoss (4 km / 2.5 mi) is the most populous town in South Iceland and has a variety of shops and services. In Selfoss, a stop by Fjallkonan (which sells local delicacies direct from the farm) can be reccommended, check out the range of Icelandic design wares in Motivo, and last but not least, experience the unique atmosphere in Tryggvaskáli Restaurant. It’s exciting to visit the villages by the coast, Eyrarbakki (13 km / 8 mi) and Stokkseyri (14 km / 9 mi). In Eyrarbakki, you can see old houses from 1890–1920, and the town is also home to a Heritage Museum set in the historical merchant house, “The House”, built in 1765. In Stokkseyri, it’s wonderful to walk along the beach and watch the waves crashing on the various lava rock formations, and you can also visit the Ghost Center or the Hunting Museum. The Flói Bird Reserve is a hidden natural gem of the South, 5 km² / 1235 ac of protected land where 70 species of birds have been spotted and 25 species nest.
The Golden Circle, Suðurstrandarvegur
Mýri is an ideal base for sightseeing around South Iceland’s key natural attractions. The Golden Circle is a classic tour that covers the upper regions of South Iceland and stops by Gullfoss waterfall and the Geysir hot springs. Þingvellir National Park is about a 30-minute drive from Ásamýri. The Suðurstrandarvegur road runs between the lowlands in the South and Keflavík Airport on the Reykjanes peninsula. There, you can drive around the volcanic landscape on the southern coast of Reykjanesskaga, with highlights including Selvogskirkja church, Herdísarvík and the Blue Lagoon (91 km / 56 mi from Mýri).
Vestmannaeyjar, Skógar and Seljalandsfoss
Seljalandsfoss waterfall (74 km / mi), Skógar and Skógafoss waterfall (100 km / 62 mi) make for a perfect day trip from Mýri. Vestmannaeyjar (the Westmann Islands) are also wonderful – drive to Landeyjarhöfn ferry terminal (84 km / 52 mi) and then take the ferry to Vestmannaeyjar (30 minutes). There’s a lot to experience in Vestmannaeyjar, everything from spectacular nature to boat trips around the islands, and last but not least, the Eldheimar Volcano Museum.