Menu ATOL Protected
£ $ Map
Book Now

Specialists in making holidays to Iceland since 1994

It's official Iceland is the safest place on the planet. Global Peace Index 2023.

Thank you so much Gareth for organising such a lovely holiday for us! We gave a basic outline of what we wanted from our holiday and Gareth organised everything. Everything ran very smoothly and what an amazing experience. Thank you for all your suggestions, so glad we took them on

We are here to reassure you that you can trust our team with your Iceland holiday plans, knowing that all bookings with us are ATOL protected


< Hotel image >

Hotel Klaustur

Located in the South-Eastern part of Iceland, a place famous for its scenery of the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajokull, and right opposite lava fields, Hotel Klaustur opened its doors in 1993.

Our emphasis has always been to provide a warm welcome for our guests, from family travellers to celebrity movie directors and photographers pursuing the magical views of local nature. The hotel was renovated in 2018 and re-opened recently with a unique brand identity – a fusion of modern Icelandic culture and historical heritage of the country.

Our hotel acquired the name of its village – Kirkjubaejarklaustur, or “Klaustur” as it is usually referred to by locals, a small village located on the famous Ring Road between the two of Iceland’s most famous glaciers, Vatnajokull and Myrdalsjokull. Several tourist attractions are situated near the town, including Vatnajokull National Park, the canyon Fjadrargljufur, the Laki craters, the Church floor, the Dwarf Rocks and the Glacier Lagoon. Furthermore, while driving to Klaustur, you can enjoy scenic views of waterfalls such as Seljalandsfoss and Skogarfoss and the black beach Reynisfjara.

To learn more about these attractions, please view section “Attractions” here on our website. At that time the sea level was higher, and so waves are thought to have caused the peculiar look of the rocks. According to Icelandic folklore, the cliffs are home to both dwarves and elves, resulting in the site’s name. Today Dverghamrar are a protected national monument and they are located only about 10 kilometres from our hotel.

Call us on +44 (0) 1773 850222 ATOL Protected

Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Instagram Icon TikTok Icon

Iceland Air Logo