Aska Hostel is new chose for travelers in Vestmannaeyjar , it is down town, new modern and home Hostel with GOTT restaurant on first floor.
Aska Hostel is a new and stylish Hostel/guesthouse located down town Vestmannaeyjar. Aska offers private rooms for 2 pers, 3 pers, 4 pers 6 per and a dormitory/bunk bed. All our rooms have shared bathrooms and shower, on 1 st floor we have common cooking facilities were guest can easily make a small meal and relax in our homely lounge. Our guest have access to wash machine for little fee. Our private rooms come with duvet/and cover but our bunk beds only with sheets and pillow case, there for a bunk bed is a cheaper chose.
All our beds are new comfortable hotel beds.
This family-run guest house is set on the island of Heimaey in the Westman Islands archipelago. It is located in the middle of the town. There are 14 rooms in the guesthouse, equipped with bathrooms and showers, radio and television. It offers free Wi-Fi.
Guesthouse Hreiðrið ist situated in the center of the town and offers all around the year inexpensive rooms with made up beds or sleeping bag accommodation with or without breakfast.
In guesthouse Hreiðrið we offer single rooms, double rooms, triple rooms and family rooms (4 people). Our rooms are divided between two guesthouses. The houses share a large garden with benches and tables and barbeque facilities. House Hreiðrið: 5 rooms with 12 beds, kitchen facilities, breakfast room with TV, shared bathroom and 2 toilets. Internet connection in both houses. House Hrafnabjörg: 6 rooms with 14 beds, kitchen facilities, big breakfast room with TV, shared bathroom and 2 toilets. Acces to washing machine.
- 19.May 2016
This coming weekend, May 20– 21, Háaloftið will be hosting a large music celebration. Alongside this various restaurants in Vestmannaeyjar will be offering special three course menus and museums will also be hosting some musical events.
- 30.March 2016
Spring is the season
Spring is the season I love the most. Not only because the sun shines for longer time and the temperature rises, but rather because spring is the season when they open Landeyjahöfn.
- 25.January 2016
Ugly Food Festival
During the darkest and longest days it is always good to find some reason to celebrate. So why not celebrate just that? And how about celebrating by eating old and rotten food. Well the Icelanders call it Thorrablót or Þorrablót. The Viking festival is sometime called the "Ugly Food Festival" by foreigners and if you visit Iceland in late February you might be lucky enough to witness or take part in this strange festival.