Hótel Búðir is a countryside hotels located in Snæfellsnes penisula. The hotel sits in a lava field and there is a famous black timber church.
Hótel Búðir is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countryside hotels in Iceland, just a short drive from Iceland's capital city, Reykjavík. The hotel sits in a lava field on the westernmost tip of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, in the western region of Iceland.
Due to the hotel´s location, guests have an impressive view of the breathtaking Snæfellsjökull glacier and the Búðir-estuary which meanders into the vast Faxafloi-Bay where a number of seals reside.
Hótel Búðir´s restaurant, arguably one of the most romantic restaurants in Iceland, has been referred to as "The Mecca of Icelandic cooking", due to its unique and delightful cuisine. The restaurant's menu is seasonal and takes advantage of fresh local produce like seafood and fish from neighbouring villages such as Stykkishólmur, Ólafsvík and Borgarnes.
The hotel also organises and hosts a number of weddings, all of which are unique and tailor made with the wedding couple or their representatives. Many of the wedding ceremonies are conducted in the little church close to Hótel Búðir or in the hotel reception; it is even possible to get married on the golden sand beach close to the hotel.
In addition, the hotel also offers facilities for meetings and small-to-medium sized conferences thus making it ideal for business-meetings or conferences with colleagues.
Hótel Búðir offers world-class service, fine food and drink and luxurious rooms, making it ideal for get-togethers with friends and family, or a romantic weekend with a loved one - all of which can be enjoyed in an indescribably beautiful environment.
Open all year round.
The Volcano Museum
Address: Aðalgata 8, 340 Stykkishólmur