The region of Vík í Mýdral is a haven of rugged beauty, with the unique Dyrhólaey sea arch setting this stretch of Iceland’s southern coast apart from the rest. The arch dips under a sheer and craggy headland with fantastic ocean views. The area is a bird lover’s paradise, with huge Arctic tern colonies, puffin breeding grounds and a wide variety of auks. The majestic, mighty Mýrdalsjökull glacier towers over the town.
- 21 rooms with en-suite bathrooms. All rooms are Edda Plus (en-suite with televisions and telephone)
- Dinner served in oceanside restaurant
- Opening dates: 25. May - 10.September
- Opening dates - Summerhouses: 10. May - 20.September
Edda Hotels are ideal budget accommodations. During the school year they serve as modern boarding schools for rural students, in the summer they operate as budget accommodations. They are extremely popular for their reasonable prices, efficient service and excellent dining. Fitness buffs will appreciate that many Edda Hotels have swimming pools and sports facilities.
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