DalsSel Farm Guesthouse
The DalsSel Farm Guesthouse is a hotel in the beautiful rural landscapes of south Iceland. Guests who want a homey, comfortable base from which to explore this magnificent region will find it to be the perfect accommodation.
Location & Nearby
Within view of the subglacial volcano of Eyjafjallajokull and the mystical archipelago of the Westman Islands, the DalsSel Farm Guesthouse is nestled in a spectacular location, surrounded by countryside. As its name suggests, it is on a working farm, adding to its idyllic beauty.
South Iceland is renowned for its many natural attractions, all of which are within easy driving distance from the hotel. The picturesque waterfall of Seljalandsfoss is just ten minutes away, whereas its powerful neighbour Skogafoss can be reached in half an hour. Reynisfjara, a black sand beach, and Dyrholaey, a rock arch renowned for its puffins, can be reached in an hour.
Travelling in the opposite direction, the sites of the Golden Circle, the most popular tourist trail in the country, are just 90 minutes away.
Facilities and Amenities
The DalsSel Farm Guesthouse provides a range of rooms, though all have en-suites, comfortable furnishings, an airy ambience and access to amenities such televisions and fast Wifi. The twin and triple rooms offer two and three single beds respectively, whereas the family rooms have two single beds and two bunk beds, so can accommodate four.
A delicious breakfast spread is available every morning. All guests are also welcome to enjoy the communal garden and to explore the farm; the staff will be happy to tell you all about its workings.
Although the DalsSel Farm Guesthouse is immersed in rural landscapes, the town of Hvolsvollur is just 15 minutes away and has all the services a traveller could need.
Why Choose DalSel Farm Guesthouse?
Any guests seeking to explore the majestic sites of south Iceland from a comfortable base, while getting to know the local rural culture, should not hesitate to book a stay at the DalsSal Farm Guesthouse. Book your escape now.