Camping in the west fjords
This is what we think of as magical !
Camping in Iceland and especially in the West fjords can be the most wonderful way to experience our magical country. But keep in mind that the Icelandic weather can be “unpredictable” to say the least. So having a hotel and a hostel only 300 meters away doesn’t hurt.
All the facilities for the Campsite are run and closely linked to the hotel so they are in accordance with hotel standards. The restaurant is open to all our guests as well as the snack bar.
The showers are open to all our camping guests as well as the geothermal swimming pool that is one of a kind, along with tha old green sauna and our hot tubs.
On goods days you can swim in the sea and on almost any given day you can walk a short distance to experience some amazing nature and wildlife ( including seals)
The campsite is quite popular amongst Icelandic campers that find themselves camping in Reykjanes year after year, do to its closeness to the hotel, nature, wildlife and of course the swimming pool
Camping 2,700 ISK Per unit
Extra camping night 1,500 ISK
Electric socket (220v) 1,000 ISK
Things to look forward to – when you visit us
Enjoy one of the 30 double rooms
Experience the warmth and magic of the geothermal area.
Impeccable service and personal touches
An excellent restaurant
A lounge bar
A snack bar
A fully loaded Gym
A geothermal swimming pool
Hot tubs (of course)
There are also four apartments, ideal for families or small groups which can be arranged for long or short time periods. The apartments have 3 to 4 rooms that can take from 6 to 8 people. All apartments are either rented with sheets or for sleeping bags.
At the hostel, we offer sleeping bag accommodations in the old children school. There we have eight rooms with bunk beds, and you can also order extra mattresses. In every room there are 2 to 4 bunk beds.
Our campsite is quite close to the Hotel. To has everything that a good campsite should have, from access to all modern facilities (including the pool) to the closeness to nature that most campers crave