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Viking Café

 
 

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1 of 1 visitors would come back.
1 of 1 found the facility suitable for families.
1 of 1 thought the campsite had a relaxing atmosphere.
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1 of 1 found the camp suitable for tents.
1 of 1 found the facility suitable for mobile homes.
Campsite
Campsite
Phone
(+354) 8920944
Email Address
Viking Café Contact
Address
Horn 1, 781 Höfn, Iceland
GPS Coordinates
N64°15'18.38", W14°59'38.62"
64.255104647373, -14.99406045652
Open (from, to)
1. January - 31. December
Campervan Pitches
Available
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Tent Pitches
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Cabin
0 Cabins
Rooms
7 Rooms
Facilities:
Toilet
Shower
Wifi
Electricity
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SarahJ 2019/05/25 - (4.3/5)
Accommodation Type: Campervanauto-translated: The Viking Café on the Stokksnes peninsula with the mighty Vestrahorn mountain in the background is a special experience that I would not want to miss.

The whole peninsula is privately owned. If you want to go to the lighthouse by car, visit the seal colony from there, do a long or short hike along the black sand beach or Vestrahorn, visit the ruins or the Viking village, a former film set, you have to buy a ticket for 900 ISK.

If you want to camp there and enjoy the most wonderful midsummer sky in front of a fantastic scenery, you have to pay 2000 ISK incl. the ticket per person. The overnight tax is also included.

There is a café with super dear employees. There are homemade cakes, coffee, sandwiches, drinks etc. and some things like Instand Noodles for the camper. There is no possibility for campers to cook their own food.

There is a sanitary container with two toilets and a shower. This container is my only real criticism. It could really be overhauled. The shower does not cost any extra fees.

There is a lot of activity, because besides the campers also other tourists come to visit.

Next door is a riding stable where you can book Icelandic tours.

The beach is a dream, just like the whole peninsula. It was a piece of paradise with a great panorama.

The place is relatively small. We liked that very much, so there are not too many campers. There is electricity for camper vans. There is a separate grassed place for tents.

The atmosphere was breathtaking, it is a very special piece of Iceland.

There are several rooms. These are new and in very good condition.
Would I come back: Yes
Last Visit: May 2019
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