lovely location, lovely hotel. Recently renovated, clean bright rooms that were very quiet. There was a powercut during dinner which meant that we had just eaten our starters but unfortunately the cod was half cooked so had to be thrown out, but the staff were great and offered us nachos and chocolate cake and more wine. The dining room was really cosy, the staff lit extra candles and told us local stories from their childhoods about the monster that lives in the lake next door. Then they came out with an old grammarphone and wound it up. It played some lovely 40s music, honestly I thought we were in 'Northern Exposure' for a moment there it was fabulous. So welcoming and homely.
I read the other reviews and yes the spiral staircase is a little tricky but I am sure the staff would help you up with it. We had 2 huge suitcases and we managed. Afterall, do you want to feel like you are actually in a very old guesthouse in a remote area of Iceland or in a travelodge just off the M40? Its just one of the quirks of being somewhere truely unique.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking