Hotel Reykjahlid, Lake Myvatn

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At a glance…

An intimate retreat built on the shores of Lake Mytvan

» Traditional Hotel

» Accommodation: Standard A good standard of clean and comfortable accommodation with a reasonable range of facilities (typically 3 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

Well situated in the village of Reykjahlid, this family owned hotel offers comfort, delicious local cuisine and exclusive excursions on the banks of Lake Mytvan.

EAT

Practising a philosophy of producing traditional Icelandic food, Gamli Bistro prides itself on its high-quality cuisine from sustainable and local produce, including catch of the day and meat from local farmers. Menu features range from Icelandic favourites such as lamb meat soup and hot spring bread with smoked arctic char to soups, sandwiches and burgers, with waffles, cakes and Icelandic treats on the dessert menu.

SLEEP

Offering guests superior service and a personalised experience, the hotel houses only nine rooms. All rooms are a mix between double and single, are comfortable, spacious with newly fitted beds and furnished country-house style with wooden floors, white linens, charming décor and views over the lake.

DO

Located in the heart of north-east Iceland, the area is filled with unique nature and rich birdlife, with ample opportunities to photograph the breath-taking landscapes of Iceland. For the ultimate in relaxation, visit the bathing geothermal lagoon and steam baths, or for a new experience, take a horse riding trip around the lake on an Icelandic horse.

To book call us on:

020 7664 2236

Make an enquiry

At a glance…

An intimate retreat built on the shores of Lake Mytvan

» Traditional Hotel

» Accommodation: Standard A good standard of clean and comfortable accommodation with a reasonable range of facilities (typically 3 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

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