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We spent three nights at Vatnsholt in a small apartment for three people. The setting is amazing, very isolated with gorgeous views. Staff is very helpful and friendly. The breakfast buffet is extraordinarily well stocked with very authentic and tasty food. The restaurant is excellent...More
We stayed in one of the cottages. Cute feel to it because of the nice big window, but otherwise quite basic. It was a small space with limited room to move (particularly in bathroom). Wifi was poor out in the cottage but fine in the...More
A fanstasitcaly remote farm ‘hotel’ close to some of the main sights in southern Iceland. (Car needed).
Rooms are very basic, but they do have some more luxurious rooms, at a price.
We stayed here in February 2018, durning a pretty intense storm which meant...More
We have no toilet or shower. The room is the size of a stamp. We can't even wear shoes in the room. Wouldn't recommend to ANYONE. Floor plan is incorrect. Bed is as thin as a pencil and as uncomfortable as a mat of sharks...More
We had a 3 bedroom. That was clean. The beds and pillow were confortables. The main building was really nice with a restaurant and a living room with a babyfoot table and a pingpong table. The African gray parrot, named Ronia, was really fun. The...More
Response from Miriahm D | Reviewed this property |
Without question no. They do have a bar however and served a very good beer. This may be one of the oddest places I've ever stayed. We kept asking ourselves, now why did we book here? I would consider staying here to see... More
Without question no. They do have a bar however and served a very good beer. This may be one of the oddest places I've ever stayed. We kept asking ourselves, now why did we book here? I would consider staying here to see the lights in the winter,or if I were traveling with children in the summer, neither of which was the case.