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Centrally located in the old fishing village of Olafsvik, this hotel is less than 0.6 mi from the harbor. North Star Hotel Olafsvik is set among the scenic surroundings of Snaefellsjokull Glacier. We had a corner room with windows on 2 walls. The room was bright and roomy.
Located in Ólafsvík, within a 13-minute walk of Snæfellsbær and 5 miles of Brimilsvellir, Bikers Paradise has accommodations with a shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free... The rooms were a bit small, but with very comfortable beds and in each room there was a hair drier. There were two shared bathrooms (one with shower). The kitchen was well equipped both with appliances (microwave, toaster, caffee machine, electric kattle, stove top and oven) and basic condiments (salt, peper, oil, sugar, coffee, etc.)
North Star Guest house Olafsvik offers accommodations located on the main street of Ólafsvík. Free private parking is available on site. Free WiFi is available in the public areas. Basic but super clean and functional. The heater works great, and the shower water pressure is perfect. Amazing restaurant across the street.
Located on western Iceland’s Snaefellsnes Peninsula, this former fish processing factory has been converted into a professional theater and artsy hostel. Free WiFi access is available throughout. very friendly possibility to Play table Tennis nice room with Books and So on for the evening
Great stay on a budget. Great location. Very clean. Great breakfast. Nice staff. Only one restaurant seemed to be open at any time while we were in town (not counting gas stations), but we were completely satisfied. The hotel has a great deal where we could use the community center pool. Loved it!
Ólafsvík is the larger of settlements around Snaefellsjokull national park. There are plenty of things to see on this end of West Iceland, so 2-3 days is a good length of stay here. It has a bank, shop, and gas station; a fairly remarkable church, and a post office.
Ólafsvík is a great location for exploring the peninsula! We stayed for two nights, which was just right for us. Could've done one more day maybe. There's fantastic whale watching departing right from the harbour in town—definitely recommend Láki tours!! There's not too much going in town, just two restaurants and a small grocery store, but it's a beautiful little place nestled between the mountains with cascading waterfalls on one side and the sea on the other. We drove around the end of the peninsula while staying here, stopping along the way to visit various sites and enjoy the scenery. It's not a far drive at all to drive around the tip here or to go to Snæfellsjökull National Park. Oh, and the Games of Thrones mountain is not a far drive from here either for fans of the show!
Hraun Restaurant with the Hungarian girls (Czech Republic too): it is right across the street from North Star. Great fish of the day, locals stop; crowded at dinner, but there is an upstairs with plenty of room. The Harbor is beautiful. Close to Kirkjufell.
We loved being in town for the celebration and locals were so nice to invite us. The restaurants are good and open late hours(maybe due to celebration) but we enjoyed. This accommodation was one of the best hotel like stays so clean, modern bath and a very comfortable sleep. Thankyou Anna
Only stayed one night in Olafsvik but it was a perfect place to stay over after touring around the Snaefellness peninsula. Close to a variety of sites. A pretty little town by the water, and the community pool there was very relaxing.
I was anxious about what our experience would be based on the reviews I had read but given there was but the hotel exceeded our expectations ( travelling with my husband) spotlessly clean, basic but everything you needed was available including a fridge and T&C making facilities . Quiet at night and in an excellent location. you don’t see much of the staff but they are pleasant when you do. check in is a little odd but efficient . the cost was relative to all other hotels in the area - all of Iceland is expensive !
Biker's Paradise is a cosy guesthouse where you feel like home. It is so clean, well organized and everything smells so fresh! Oli (and Inga) are so friendly ans helpfull. The location is amazing: perfect to discover the peninsula. Olafsvik is a sweet little town. Take walk through it because it is so cute. The view from the guesthouse is also very impressive. There are two beaches in front of it and they are perfect for a short walk or to watch the sunrise.
Great kitchen, and a really good location in Ólafsvík. It's an easy walk to restaurants, the pool, the gym, Vínbúðin, and the grocery store. And it's so close to Snæfellsjökull National Park. Just minutes away from great hiking and scenery. The living space is nice for both dining (table for 4) and having a movie night - with a nice size TV and easy to connect a streaming device.
Olafsvik is a cute little town with nice access to local attractions (Kirkjufell). The town is great for kids too, with a jumping pad and nice swimming pool.
Very beautiful hotel, very, very, very clean. Big kitchen with all needed equipment. Nice rooms.
Superbasic hotel in a good location. The rooms are spacious and the beds comfortable.