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Our seniors tour group of 22 came down the gravel road from Highway 1 to have lunch at Fjallakaffi on the farm. Looking briefly around the farm, I think it probably is a very nice place to camp or rent a cabin. It's sooo peaceful...More
Despite the fact that the farmers have allowed a bunch of ugly camper vans to block the stunning view of Herðubreið, the new deck was welcome as we sat there to eat the fabulous hjónabandssæla. The past two times that I'd been there, apart from...More
It is always a pleasure to stop at Möðrudalur and have a soup or a cake at the Fjallakaffi restaurant. I went for the moss soup this time, which may sound a bit unusual and I heard different opinions about this soup, but I must...More
The last stop before heading into the desolate Icelandic highlands, Modhrudalur has everything you need. The coffee shop/restaurant has delicious kleinur doughnuts and pastries. There are some beautiful handcrafts for sale in the restaurant, as well as Icelandic hand-knit wool sweaters in the shop next...More
Just went here for lunch today as part of a group tour. The lamb soup with fresh bread (think it was soda bread) was amazing. Staff all friendly and helpful. It was very, very snowy so difficult to walk around but a beautiful place nonetheless.
This is the highest place you can stay in Iceland and it was great. We shared a house with other people on our tour and it was relaxing and cosy. We couldn't find some of the light switches but that was OK - we had...More
Stayed in the guesthouse with shared bathroom facilities. Spacious living area & good kitchen facilities. Unfortunately our room had been invaded by flies but otherwise clean. Comfortable beds, but lighting in stairwell not working when we stayed so limited lighting at night to navigate stairs...More
This farm is literally out in the middle of nowhere. There are quite a few buildings here including a hostel or hotel, a very picturesque church and a cafe/restaurant. They had soup that could be ordered, hot drinks, and Icelandic treats/pastries...we got hot chocolate and...More