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Hotel Edda Egilsstadir

Opening dates: 4 June - 14 August 2021

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A Monster Amongst Us?

 In addition to Hotel Edda the "capital of the east" has its own international airport and a host of local attractions. Among them are Hallormsstaður, Iceland's biggest forest, the extinct Mount Snæfell volcano, Atlavík's sandy cove and the beautiful Lagarfljot river which, according to myth, is home to one terrific but shy monster, a distant  relative of the one in Loch Ness in Scotland.

  • Total rooms 52
  • All rooms are en-suite
  • Split-level family rooms 
  • Restaurant with marvelous river views
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Free Wi-Fi

Restaurant

Breakfast is served between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.

Free Parking

Meetings & Events

Twin Edda Guest Room

Twin Edda Guest Room

16 m2 Max

Rates from

  • June
  • 17.800 ISK
  • July
  • 21.360 ISK
  • August
  • 21.360 ISK
Triple Edda Guest Room

Triple Edda Guest Room

32 m2 Max

Rates from

  • June
  • 20.915 ISK
  • July
  • 24.475 ISK
  • August
  • 24.475 ISK
Quadruple Edda Guest Room

Quadruple Edda Guest Room

32 m2 Max

Rates from

  • June
  • 24.030 ISK
  • July
  • 27.590 ISK
  • August
  • 27.590 ISK

Highlights at Edda Egilsstadir

Highlights at Edda Egilsstadir

Breakfast buffet

Treat yourself to our plentiful breakfast buffet from 7:30-9:30. Wholesome bread, oat meal, fresh fruits, cereal, coffee, tea and waffles to drive up your energy for an eventful day. 

  •     Price 2.450 ISK pr. person - Summer 2020
  •     Half price for 6-12 years old
  •     Free for 5 years old and younger

Edda on the go

We want to make it easy for you...
At every Hotel Edda there is a fridge filled with fresh healthy Icelandic snacks to buy for your day of adventures.
Choose fresh items from our fridge and have a pleasant picnic!

Attractions

Egilsstadir swimming pool

1 km / 12 min walk / 3 min drive

A 25m long pool with hot tubs, a childrens pool and a waterslide, open all year round. 

Fardagafoss

5 km / 7 min drive

is just outside of Egilsstadir onway to Seydisfjordur and easy to reach. 

Hallormsstadur Forest

22 km / 18 min drive

... is considered the largest forest in Iceland, consisting of mostly native birch and a popular outdoor area with 11 marked trails.

Hengifoss

35 km / 30 min drive

 ... is the third highest waterfall in Iceland at 128 m high, known for its beautiful backdrop and lovely hiking trail. 

Vök Baths

5 km / 7 min drive

Experience geothermal floating pools with amazing views on beautiful Lake Urridavatn.