We will open our doors for the summer on June 21st and we are looking forward to welcoming you in the highlands.
Við opnum dyrnar þetta sumarið þann 21. júní og okkur hlakkar til að taka á móti ykkur á hálendi Íslands.
Laugarfell is located north of Mt. Snæfell, 74 km drive from Egilsstaðir on paved roads (except the last 2 km). Good access in summer by all cars. Accommodation for 28 people, breakfast and dinner available. We also offer sandwiches, cake, coffee and tea. Packet meals for short or long trips.
Our most popular attraction
Two natural hot springs are in Laugarfell, which give the place its name. The Springs are built from natural stone, the old traditional way. Giving them alot of charm. According to old folks tale, the warm spring water has healing powers.
Suited for everyone
The Icelandic highlands offer a range of activities to enjoy amidst the spectacular landscape. We have great selection of hiking trails all around the area ranging from easy and challenging, well marked trails lead to some great waterfalls and also to Mt. Snæfell
Summer and winter
Laugarfell can accommodate 28 guests in made-up beds. There are three twin rooms, five double rooms and two family rooms in Laugarfell.Laugarfell is an ecological house, we use hot water from the ground to heat the house, and we recycle the garbage.All overnight guests have access to the hot springs. Ideal to wind down after a day of adventure in the highland.
Lovely Mountain Hut in Eastern Highlands !
Beautifully set in the Eastern Highlands, Laugarfell is a splendid mountain hut with two wonderful natural hot spring pools from which you can see Mt Snaefell on clear days.
Wonderful Staff who can recommend all kinds of hikes and sights in the surrounding area.
With no other inhabited farm around you can enjoy top notch hikes which are not overrun by other tourists, as for instance the waterfall circle trail which goes alongside a canyon and you get to see numerous waterfalls 😀
5 stars from thomss on Trip Advisor
What a treat
We’ve emailed ahead and asked if they’re already open for the season (usually starts in June) and they were! So after a hike to popular and crowded Hengifoss we’ve arrived here in complete tranquility. We did the waterfall hike (beautiful!) and warmed up afterwards with a hot chocolate and some delicious chocolate cake and of course the hot tub. This whole experience is highly recommended and easily one of the highlights of our trip.
Roads are fine, they are paved so nothing to worry about. The hot tub fee is ISK 1500
5 stards from Ch1nal1na onTripadvisor
Hike from Wilderness center to Laugarfell
We did a hike called the waterfall trail, starting at the Wilderness Center and ending at Laugarfell.
The hike is not very difficult but if you do not have experience in navigating, crossing streams and travelling on your own in the wilderness I would recommend doing it with a local guide.
Finishing the hike at Laugarfell was great, the staff is very welcoming and while we went to the hot springs to relax after the hike, they prepared an excellent meal for us(pre-ordered)…in the end a perfect day and I can not recommend Laugarfell more.
5 stars from Andri J on Tripadvisor
Early summer camping - perfect site
We stayed at this site camping for a night. It’s affordable and includes showers and the lovely hot tubs. The interiors look also very nice and don’t forget to take off your shoes! Loved it as we were fairly lonely compared to some other highland campsites in the highlands that are close to more known tourist areas. The sunset or better say the midnight sun with the hot tub was perfect
5 stars from Zdeňka Š on Tripadvisor
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