West Iceland: Places to Stay



West Iceland: Places to Stay

18.04.2017
Lella Erludóttir
Ensku húsin guesthouse West Iceland

West Iceland is sometimes referred to as 'Iceland in mini' and the region offers endless adventures and places to explore. We recommend spending at least one night in the West of Iceland, so you don’t have to rush enjoying all of the wonderful attractions in the area. From charming, colourful fishing towns to the Snæfellsjökull National Park, there is a lot to see and do in this part of Iceland. We might even be willing to share some secret spots with you.

With over 170 carefully selected accommodations around the country each with a unique experience to offer, we at Hey Iceland want to help you find the perfect place to stay during your time in Iceland.
In West Iceland, we offer cosy bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, hostels and charming farm cottages, where you can get a first-hand experience of how an Icelandic farm is run. Staying in a Hey Iceland accommodation is a unique experience that allows you to discover the real Iceland in its rugged beauty. Our hosts will take good care of you and make you feel right at home!

Steindórsstaðir Farm Stay

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Steindórsstaðir is an attractive bed and breakfast on a working farm located on a hillside in one of Iceland's most beautiful regions. A crystal clear river leisurely flows through the valley and the surrounding countryside offers a warm welcome to visitors keen on exploring nearby natural wonders.

Langaholt Guesthouse

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Langaholt offers a magnificent view of the mysterious Snæfellsjökull Glacier. On a yellow sandy beach just a stone‘s throw away, birds of various kinds enjoy life while the odd seal peeks its head up from the waves only a few metres out. The landscape of Snæfellsnes Peninsula is amazingly varied. Volcanic activity of days long gone and the pounding of waves have created the remarkable surroundings of this bright and cosy bed and breakfast and its popular seafood restaurant.

Ensku Húsin Guesthouse

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Ensku húsin (The English houses) are over a century old, with the history and soul to go with it. The houses are on either side of salmon river Langá, 6 km (3.7 mi) from town Borgarnes in fjord Borgarfjörður in Southwest Iceland. Rooms are either ensuite or share bathrooms. Here, the chime of waterfalls and centuries past blend together. A good location for those who want to tour the fjord and the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Fun hikes along the river Langá.

Hraunsnef Country Hotel

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Hraunsnef is a family-run and homey country hotel in Southwest Iceland with a cosy restaurant set in beautiful surroundings by the Ring Road. This road, Iceland’s main highway, passes through the valley Norðurárdalur, in which the hotel stands. It’s a region of fascinating landscapes and visitors have plenty of hikes, attractions and activities to choose from.

Signýjarstaðir Cottages

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Accommodation in summer cottages at farm Signýjarstaðir in the Hálsasveit region in Southwest Iceland’s Borgarfjörður. Signýjarstaðir is a traditional farm and short distance away from many of the region’s most popular attractions. Located in grown and welcoming farmlands, the barren and intriguing highlands are but a short drive away, where carved mountains and mysterious glaciers captivate the mind.

Be sure to book your accommodation in West Iceland now, because they are selling out fast!