We've stayed here twice now for our first night stay in Iceland. No more than 15 minutes from the International airport on the outskirts of a large -ish village in nice quiet countryside which also happens to be right next to the sea. It's also a good base for exploring the Reykjanes peninsula. Big, comfy, clean, fresh rooms and huge comfy bed. They now have a Spanish restaurant on site. We'd eaten already so can't comment but noted it was also used by locals which is a good sign. Breakfast was good. Near the lighthouse so great sunsets and views across to Snaefelness peninsula with nothing in between so if the northern lights are performing it's an ideal spot. We now know the name of the lovely lady on reception. Hope you have a great holiday in Scotland, Marta.
Decent hotel: relatively close to Keflavik airport but feels very remote. It’s located in a tiny village at the point of the Reykjanes peninsula. The restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday, which was a bit of a surprise to us. Our room was comfortable with an excellent shower. Breakfast was good. Parking is ample.
Our 1 night stay( mid september) in Lighthouse-Inn was a very comfortable start of our trip in Iceland. Atmospheric wooden room, fine beds, good WiFi, excellentPlus kitchen for breakfast and diner. Nice friendly Staff. Very good price quality ratio.
This was our very last night in our 10 day trip in Iceland, and also one 3 years overdue due to COVID - the hotel honored our original reservation which was super nice of them in the first place :) As we approached it on a rainy, nasty weather day the property looked extremely down to earth, almost "dated" but once we entered we were welcomed by a very modern, clean and nice inside - it's a gem for sure. The rooms were modern looking, clean and cozy - it's like a "modern log cabin" :) The food in the morning was good as well and the views from the tables very pleasant despite the bad weather. There is a big parking lot outside and from here you can also walk or drive to the nearby Röstin Restaurant (at the lighthouse) - we enjoyed it a lot and highly recommend (you can also eat at the hotel's restaurant but we didn't try so I can't speak on that other than the breakfast that was included in our room rate). TIP: you are just 10 to 15 minutes away from the KEFlavik airport - super easy drive, there a gas station on the way and one more by the airport - I wish we stayed on a good weather day/days as there is ocean and open air all around and the area is pretty scenic!…
All the staff on reception and at dinner were very friendly and happy to help. I really like the way the property is laid out I feel that they have made the most of the space with a nice dining room, games room with pool table, and two other small seating areas. The sunrise at breakfast and the sunset at dinner through the windows made it look even more wonderful. I went for a short 1 mile jog towards the lighthouses and ended up on the most beautiful empty beach with Icelandic ponies in the field next to it. We attempted to see the Northern Lights as this would be the perfect place but no luck this time unfortunately! Also the eggplant sesame seed chip tapas things were amazing!
Booked for one night after getting off a cruise. The check in was friendly and quick. The hotel and room was stunning. The decoration was very nature inspired and really suited the Iceland scenery. The bedroom was lovely, with lots of space and high quality furnishings. The shower was great. Views of the lighthouses from the bedroom were stunning. The self service breakfast was if good quality and a nice way to start the day. This with be my accommodation of choice on my next visit to Iceland. Access to Reykjavik, Reykanes and the South is excellent with amazing sights to visit.
Booked this place online months ago. Place is 5 years old and looks new. Very well kept. Front desk staff friendly and accommodating. Breakfast provided was ample and sufficient. Clean and quite. Was the perfect quite place to rest after 2 full days of exploring the natural beauty. We will definitely stay here again if we find ourselves back in the area. One tip to those who are traveling from USA Bring adapters for the electrical plugs or you will not be putting anything up.
We spent a week in the south/southwest part of Iceland and this was my favorite hotel in terms of ambiance. It was our first hotel so by the time we got there we were jetlagged but trying to get on Iceland time. There is a comfortable sitting room with a fireplace/tv to rest and there is a free billiards table that we took advantage of in the evening. The room was quite sizeable compared to many hotels in Europe, and the entire hotel section we were in was themed in nature/wood. The breakfast spread is great - both hot and cold selections for European travelers and American's who expect bacon and eggs. Only downside - the restaurant isn't open on certain nights so we did have to go out to find dinner when we expected to not leave the hotel on that first night.
Very cosy hotel on the tip of the Reykjanes peninsula. Excellent restaurant with fantastic views of the sea, the 2 lighthouses on the beach, and stunning sunsets. Birdwatching included - there are curlews and arctic terns everywhere, you can watch them from your room. Rooms are very comfortable. Breakfast is really good.
We loved staying here! The rooms are nicely appointed and the so, so clean. We also enjoyed the breakfast. Excellent hospitality all around! We were especially happy to be able to check in early. We came straight from the airport, which is a short drive: We were able to check in, have a short rest, shower, and then go exploring.