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We have 7 hotels in Varmahlid.

 
 
Hotel Varmahlid Varmahlio Star Rating 3        
Laugavegur 1

This straightforward hotel is a 5-minute walk from the closest hiking trails, 2.1 km from the turf-walled Víðimýrarkirkja church and 25 km from the coastal town of Sauðárkrókur.Basic rooms with views of the countryside have flat-screen TVs and desks, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Guesthouse Steinsstadir        
Lambeyri

Guesthouse Steinsstadir offers a comfortable setting while in Varmahlid.All the rooms at the bed & breakfast provide heating, plus all the essentials for an enjoyable stay..
Hestasport Cottages Varmahlio Star Rating 4        
Vegamót Skagafjörður

The Hestasport Cottages is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Varmahlid. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom has non smoking rooms, hair dryer, shower, microwave, kitchenette.
Bakkaflöt Cottages        
Bakkaflot

This property is 7.5 miles from Varmahlíd, best known for Icelandic horse breeding. Each cottage has a coffee maker, private bathroom and patio.
Varmahlid Cottages        
Reykjarholsvegur 2a,2b,4b,12,14

These wooden cottages in north western Iceland are just 1,000 yards from the town of Varmahlid. Each offers a fully equipped kitchen and patio with a private hot tub, BBQ and outdoor furniture.A seating area with a TV and DVD player is featured in all Varmahlid Cottages.
Hvammkot Holiday Home        
Hvammkot

Hvammkot Holiday Home is a holiday home with free WiFi throughout the property, located in Varmahlid. Guests benefit from terrace and a barbecue. Free private parking is available on site.
Bakkaflöt Guesthouse        
Bakkaflot

Set by the Svartá River, this property is 6.2 miles from Varmahlíd village. It offers 2 outdoor hot tubs, a summer restaurant and free WiFi.
 
 
More on Varmahlid .
 
Varmahlíð is a small village near Skagafjörður in northern Iceland. Around 140 people live on the eastern slope of the hill for which the town is named.