Discover the best hotels in Djupivogur, East Region including Hotel Framtid, Berunes HI Hostel, Bragdavellir Cottages, Fossardalur Guesthouse, Framtid Camping Lodging Barrels, Krakhamar, Havari Hostel, Framtid Hostel, Klif Hostel, Adventura.
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4 based on 300 reviews
See why so many travelers make Hotel Framtid their hotel of choice when visiting Djupivogur. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. Rooms at Hotel Framtid provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available. In addition, Hotel Framtid offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Djupivogur trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests. If you like cafes, Hotel Framtid is conveniently located near Langabud Museum Cafe and Vid Voginn. If you are looking for something to do in the area, Eggin i Gledivik (0.6 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Hotel Framtid. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Framtid as you experience all of the things Djupivogur has to offer.
Hotel Framtid is centrally located right by the harbor and is a small walk to the local grocery store and post office, as well as some gift shops. Rooms are moderately sized but on par with Iceland standard. Bed, desk, hot water pot, and bathroom. WiFi moderately fast. Dinner (fresh salmon) was excellent and the breakfast was cold continental of a reasonable quality. The only 'weird' thing is the hallway. It is kept completely dark until a sensor detects some motion. So if you open the door, it is to a pitch black hall until you step out.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
We wish you to join us, relax, enjoy the remote location, and treat yourself to the renowned breakfast and local meals. For 40 years Berunes has been a tranquil destination for travellers, looking for authentic experience.
We stayed in one of the cottages with a view directly to the fjord. The cottage had a small kitchenette, and there is a larger, group kitchen nearby. We did our laundry here, hanging it up to dry in a drying shed. (There's also a dryer available I think, if you need it.) If you're up for it, hike up the hillside/mountain behind (yellow trail). It's a bit of a steep climb, but the view is amazing. I think you could walk forever. If you're here in late August, there are wild blueberries up there. We stayed 2 nights, and it was a great place to relax and take a breath on our ring road trip.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
So we had a bit of an adventure checking in. The white board of who was staying where and when was out of date. Both check in locations were closed (late afternoon). The house was quiet and the restaurant not yet open for the season.. Turns out it is really very easy. Just look up the name of your cottage in your reservation and walk in the door! Keys were inside. Yes a very trusting place. We had a good laugh at ourselves. The cottages are small but have everything you need. We sat on the porch and looked at reindeer and at least 12 waterfalls. Hard to beat. I would suggest that instructions on how to use the 2 burner stove (hotplate) would be helpful. If we had not used one before we would have had trouble as it is not straight forward. It is a good place to bring your food and relax and enjoy. Would stay here again.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
At Fossardalur we have offered sleeping bag accommodation with cooking facilities for 30 years and a campsite. We now offer made up rooms, though it's still possible to get sleepingbag accomodation upon request. The guesthouse is originally built 1921 and was the home of our family until 1978. The house is located 1,5 km from the main road (road no. 1) in a hidden valley between beautiful mountains. Great place to enjoy Icelandic nature in a quiet and peaceful environment. Perfect for hikers with endless possibilities and over 20 spectacular waterfalls to explore. The landscape is extraordinary. The valley is surrounded by mountains and offers hikes for any taste: from an easy walk along the river to demanding mountain tours. In the river Fossá (Waterfall-River), which runs throughout the valley, are over 20 waterfalls, each with its own fascinating features and absolutely worth a close look. From the farm runs a 4x4 trail into the valley, located close to the river.
Selfcatering accomodations, authentic, and good value for your money. Very friendly and accomodating staff. Nature pure and views across the East Fjords to remember. Fun 4x4 drive up the water fall valley with interesting site of an old turf ruin and geology intersted people get their fill too. Centred between many interesting locations and sites to visit along the East Fjords coast line.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
There was no one at the campground when we arrived. You have to check in at the hotel right down the street. It was late afternoon and not many people were there yet, so we got a pretty good spot. I can see it being very crowded in the summer though. The bathrooms were clean, and free to campers with a code after hours when it is locked. The kitchen area was helpful and there is also a living room like area to hang out in. After dark many people were gathered outside as there were slight views of the northern lights which was pretty cool. We went to the hotel for a night cap which was good. Tip - The Vinbudin in town is CLOSED on Sundays and closes pretty early on other days also. The campground did fill up, so instead of showering there in the morning, we decided to check out the new pool in town. Great pool/hot tubs, not crowded in the morning, and large showers too. Highly recommend!
5 based on 9 reviews
Die zwei "Doppelhäuser" sind Super-Modern und praktisch eingerichtet. Da es in der Nähe keine Dinner-Möglichkeiten gab, konnten wir wunderbar in der gut eingerichteten Küche kochen. Wir hatten leider ein wenig das Pech, dass damals noch ein drittes Haus gebaut wurde. So hatten wir früh morgens bereits Baustellen-Krach und ein voll aufgedrehtes Radio als Kulisse. Nichts mehr mit gemütlich frühstücken ....schnell weiter. Das dritte Haus wird inzwischen wohl fertig sein, daher darf man diese Location wirklich besuchen - lohnt sich....!!
5 based on 16 reviews
Havari is located on the Karlsstadir farm in the East of Iceland. Here you can find accommodation in a hostel and enjoy refreshment in the barn Cafe. We are musicians and vegetable farmers and the menu is vegetarian and vegan friendly. Occasionally we throw refreshing music and art events in the cafe so keep your eyes on our schedule.
Beds felt like a hotel! It was very clean, comfy and lovely overall. The showers were great, the kitchen was good. I would definitely go again! There is a cafe attached to it which is awesome for breakfast or coffee.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 24 reviews
We arrived at 1:00 am and the owner greeted us with a smile! Clean and welcoming. Shared bathroom and kitchen. Comfortable beds. Charming couple gave us advice and were not at all put out that we arrived in the middle of the night, though the sun was still brightly shining in June. I will return to this spot.
5 based on 7 reviews
Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Djupivogur, Adventura is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Outdoor furniture is one of the conveniences offered at this guest house. In addition, Adventura offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Djupivogur trip additionally gratifying. Close to Eggin i Gledivik (1.8 mi), a popular Djupivogur landmark, Adventura is a great destination for tourists. While in Djupivogur be sure to experience local fish and chips favorites at Vid Voginn. Adventura is sure to make your visit to Djupivogur one worth remembering.
What a wonderful guest house! Beautiful location and undisturbed views of the sea and islands right outside Djupivogur. Spacious and beautifully interior and decorated rooms in high quality materials and light colors - a modern home of a well travelled owner family with distinct sense for making a home both personal, welcoming and beautiful. And the hostess and host are just very lovely and helpfull: Insightfull, lots of local knowledge, and well travelled global citizens with deep roots in Djupivogur and with well earned pride in this, their dream house. We booked it mostly because it fitted as a break in our travel plans around Iceland. Next time, we will make it a destination and stay for a few days to enjoy this wonderfull Icelandic backcountry place on this beautiful coast. Breakfast is a real treat: You will be introduced to tastes and choices that go way beyond what you are offered at good hotels - all home made! Also Djupivogur is a nice place to spend time. We can really recommend the local handcraft and gift shop there: they offer things you want to take home from Iceland with quality, uniqueness and design that you do not find in the tourist shops in Reykjavik.
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