Hotel Budir

Hotel Budir is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countryside hotels in Iceland, just a short drive from Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik. The hotel sits in a lava field on the westernmost tip of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, in the western region of Iceland. Due to the hotel’s location, guests have an impressive view of the breathtaking Snaefellsjokull glacier and the Budir-estuary which meanders into the vast Faxafloi-Bay where a number of seals reside.

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Deluxe

Every Deluxe room comes with a TV, DVD, telephone, clock, Wireless net and a hairdryer. All rooms are non-smoking.

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Standard

Every Standard room comes with a TV, DVD, telephone, clock, Wireless net and a hairdryer. All rooms are non-smoking.

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The Restaurant

"The Mecca of Icelandic cooking" The kitchen has long been one of the main attractions at the hotel, and is renowned for its unique fish dishes, original starters and heavenly desserts. During an evening in the dining room, delicious courses of seafood, fish and lamb are accompanied by specially selected wines by the in house sommelier. Arguably Hótel Búðir has one of the most romantic restaurants in Iceland. Chef Petur Thordarson with Þórhallur Andri Jóhannsson and Halldór Einir Gudbjartsson deliver unforgettable cuisine emphasizing Búðir’s unique style.

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Activities

Hotel Budir is situated on the southwestern shores of Snaefellsnes peninsula, an area of Iceland which is renowned for its natural beauty and the impressive glacier-topped Snaefellsjokull volcano. The Snaefellsnes area is extremely diverse and boasts many of Iceland’s best sceneries including volcanoes, craters, glaciers and a stunning coastline. The area accommodates many things to do such as sailing, horse riding, hiking, golf and glacier tours.

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