Find a hostel in Iceland and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Iceland offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a hostel in Iceland is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Iceland vacation today!
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Youth Hostels Husavik, Iceland - Husavik guesthouse is a great place to stay if you are going whale watching or sightseeing in the north of Iceland.
Youth Hostels Reykjavik, Iceland - Guestouse Baldursbra offers you a friendly quiet atmosphere all year around and a friendly quiet atmosphere all year around.
Vacation Rentals Reykjavik, Iceland - We offer two Family Apartments with up to 6 beds, a kitchen and a private bathroom.
3 Double and 1 Single room....
Youth Hostels Blonduos, Iceland - There are two bedrooms with 2 beds each, and a sleeping couch in the sitting room, so totaly we have sleeping facilities for up to 6 people
Bed & Breakfasts Reykjavik, Iceland - K�rast�gur is a residential downtown side street only a few steps away from the main shopping street and the iconic Hallgr�mskirkja church
Youth Hostels Iceland, Iceland - SmÃ¡ratÃºn horse farm has a great variety of accomodation and activities. It is a pleasant guesthouse in th
Youth Hostels Iceland, Iceland - Our guesthouse is on a farm house built in 1928. The house is very cozy and the location is fantastic. Th
Youth Hostels Reykjavik, Iceland - The Blue House B&B is located in the Seltjarnarnes area of Reykjavik- just 12 minutes drive from the city centre.
Youth Hostels Reykjavik, Iceland - Our family-run guesthouse is less than 500m from the bus terminal taking you direct to Keflavik airport.
Youth Hostels Reykjavik, Iceland - KEX. It's the Icelandic word for 'biscuit' and new social hostel in Reykjavik. What's not to love?
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