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We spent one night in Saudakrokur during our two-week trip circling Iceland by automobile on the famous Ring Road (Iceland Route 1). Saudakrokur is a very convenient place to stop between Reykjavik and Akureyri, and is close to several very interesting sights, particularly the Glaumber...More
Had a room with sea view in the annex. Shower doors didn't shut and bathroom lock fell apart. But nice - spacious - room overall. Hot pot very underwhelming...slippery surfaces and water tepid. Needs draining, jet cleaning and refilling and heating to at least 39...More
We stayed in the Annex so enjoyed the modern room next to the historic hotel. Main complaint I had with the room is the lack of blackout curtains compared to other places I have stayed. I was given a nice tour at check in, and...More
We had a room in the annex - and it was well equipped and clean, but really small, as was the bathroom. The buildings were beautiful, the breakfast room lovely, and the hot tub a real treat. Unfortunately the view from our room was largely...More
Hotel Tindastoll is one of the 20 oldest wooden houses in Iceland. The building, which was assembled as a storehouse in Hofsos in Skagafjordur from 1820 to 1829, originally came from Norway. The hotel has been at its current location since 1840.
Unfortunately, the old...More