Iceland and the capital Reykjavik has hotels, guesthouses, hostels and campsites to suit all budgets, from luxurious to simple and satisfactory. Children usually get a discount. Rates correspond to the services offered and the furnishings.
Any place in Iceland offering an overnight stay can be rated according to a classification of 5 groups (group 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, as well as the assignment of stars). This classification is not an exhaustive assessment of all services available in the respective accommodation, but it is based on more than 100 details. The Icelandic Tourist Board is responsible for this classification. You can recognise participating houses by the blue and red symbol next to the front door, showing the current classification.
As all of our offered summer houses belong to private owners, there is no standardisation in layout and furniture but only personal taste. All summer houses are rented out on request. You will find a huge collection of summer houses in the Southern part of iceland but less in the Western, Northern or Eastern part. Therefore, we recommend an early reservation. Take a look at our summer houses overview or check out our summer houses holiday packages under self drive tours.
In our summer houses overview, we will provide you with information regarding location, furniture and useful tipps for sightseeing. Our summer house Birta í Lyni I (new luxury house for up to 7 people) or the summer house Birta í Leyni II (new luxury house for up to 8 people) offer the optimal location for day trips to Iceland`s most popular sights.
The biggest selection of hotels can be found in the capital Reykjavik. The selection reaches from simple hotels to comfortable 4-star-luxury hotels. In other words, there is a suitable accomodotion for everyone. Most of the bigger villages outside of Reykjavik also offer middel-class hotels, but mostly no 4-star-hotels.
Here, you can find a small collection of our hotels and accomodations. Or would you rather prefer a city trip to Reykjavik?
EDDA HotelsThe EDDA hotels are 16 boarding schools, found throughout the country and used as summer hotels during the school holidays. The rooms usually contain two separate beds and have a washbasin. The shower and toilet are located on the same floor. Some hotels also offer rooms with a shower and toilet.
Guesthouses / Bed & Breakfasts
Guesthouses are often small privately managed businesses offering simple accommodation with breakfast. Usually there is a washbasin in the room, and the bathroom is shared by several guests. Guests can enjoy the family atmosphere provided by their Icelandic hosts.
Farms / Inns
More than 100 farms belong to the association “Icelandic Farm Holiday”, offering a very wide range of accommodation: rooms with made-up beds (bed & breakfast), sleeping bag accommodation, holiday homes, summer houses and campsites. Apart from overnight accommodation they may also offer a broad range of leisure activities, including horse-riding, fishing, sailing, hunting, glacier tours, sheep and/or horse driving, as well as swimming and bathing.
Youth Hostels and family hostels
Iceland has 30 youth hostels and family hostels which are open to people of all ages. They offer inexpensive accommodation in clean and comfortable premises, where you are responsible for your own board, thus allowing you to keep travel costs down. All youth hostels have kitchens that can be used by guests, and bed linen and breakfast may be booked for an additional charge.
Around 100 campsites, maintained from June to the end of August or mid September according to their location, are available around the island. Depending on the furnishings, rates range from £5 to £10 per person per night depending on services available at each site. Tourists are advised to use only official campsites, if they are available. Otherwise it is possible for individual travellers to camp elsewhere, but of course only with the agreement of the land owner or their representative.
I liked the three accommodations, getting stronger from the cold, eating lamb most days and and indulging an appetizer w/ mayonnaise & dill, raw salmon, & ginger ice cream. WOW! So good on the eyes as we traveled across the beautifulArlene Jordan November 2017
Dear Bergey, I wanted to write to thank you all at Iceland ProTravel for arranging our five day stopover.Â We had a wonderful time and both fell in love with your incredible country. The trip to the Blue Lagoon was er - interesting!Â WeShelagh Boughton November 2017
Dear Bergey and all involved with planning our trip to Iceland last month. We had the best time, and all went without a hitch. What an amazing and varied country it is; each region so different. so interesting, and friendly folk. We wanted to sendHappy travellers, October 2017
Hi Stefania. Just wanted to let you know our holiday in Iceland was absolutely fantastic. We loved the amazing ever changing landscape. All our hotels and trips worked well. Our guides at Grimsey (Raghnahildur known as Gaga) and on the superjeepAnne and Richard, London June 2016
Hello Stefania. I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say thank you so much for organizing our trip to Iceland last week. We had the most fabulous time and have fallen in love with the country and can't wait to go back ! Everything was perfectKerri Tilson, Norwich January 2016
Iceland ProTravel helped plan and book my recent trip to Iceland and provided both me and my partner an excellent service which enabled us to see some amazing sights and experiences on the tours ProTravel arranged for us in advance. Great value forGemma Smith, London January 2016
I am writing to thank you for the great Northern Lights City Break you arranged for us in Iceland last week. Everything was arranged to perfection. The Hotel Fron exceeded our expectations, the location was just perfect, surrounded by thoseAlan Keggie, Penarth January 2014
I wanted to thank you for booking and guiding us with our booking for Iceland. We had the best time. We would love to go there again. All the tours we booked were excellent!Sherry Kanwar, London January 2014
Many thanks for organising our recent holiday to Iceland.The hotels/ farm guesthouses were comfortable and had everything we required. Most of all, we found the scenery spectacular in its variety and beauty, whatever the weather. We packed as muchClaire, Manchester July 2013
Well, we're back from holiday and had a really good time. It was a pleasant surprise that the weather was much better in Iceland than here in the U.K! And the Hotel Borg and it's staff were excellent.Howard, London April 2013
Just to let you know we are back from Iceland and we had a marvellous time. The tour was excellent, very full and well organised, we really felt we had seen a really good part of Iceland , can not fault anything, the hotels were as described, 2/3Neill and Kathleen, Sleaford March 2013
Have just got back from a truly memorable holiday in Iceland. The trip was made truly special by Einar our fantastic Icelandic guide. Einar is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about his homeland and his enthusiasm rubbed off on the group. WeRita Crane, England February 2013
I just wanted to write and say how much we enjoyed our holiday in Iceland. We had a wonderful time and really very good weather for most of the days. The scenery was fantastic and Jeff has some really beautiful photographs which will keep itThea and Jeff Pine, Berkshire August 2012
Just wanted to say what an absolutely fantastic time we had in Iceland. Brilliant country and such nice people. Perfect holiday for older children with so much to see. And the sun shone every day. Thank you so much for organising us such a goodClaire Lee, Stockport August 2012
....thanks for organising my trip for me to your beautiful home country. My camera was red hot! The capital is also a perfect size to spend a few days in and see the sights and sample the lovely food. All the connections and pickups were on timeIain Wyllie, Scotland July 2012
We had a great time. Both Alison and I absolutely fell in love with Iceland. Thank you so much for all your help !Stephen Jones, Cheshire June 2012