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Hotel Dalvík

Centrally located in the intimate fishing village of Dalvík, Hótel Dalvík is a cozy hotel in North Iceland offering beautiful views of the town and the mountains beyond.

The hotel is 3 minutes walk from the seaside. Hotel Dalvík is on the Eyjafjörður Fjord, 600 m from the geothermal swimming pool and 35 minutes' drive from Akureyri. It offers views of Tröllaskagi Mountain.

Hamar Golf Course is 4 km away.

Hotel Dalvík offers rooms with either private or shared bathroom facilities. All rooms have Wi-Fi access.

General facilities include a garden and a sun deck with picnic tables.

The lobby has a bar, a sitting corner and an internet computer.

Fjord cruises, whale watching boats and sea angling trips depart from Dalvík harbour, which is 250 m from the hotel. The ferry for Grimsey Island departs from there 6 days a week during summertime and 3 times a week during winter time, Popular activities in the area include horseback riding, snowmobiling and mountain skiing.

Hotel Dalvík

Skíðabraut 18

GPS Points N65° 58' 4.012" W18° 31' 55.614"
Telephone

+354 4663395

Fax

466-3396

Opening period All year
Service Open in the summer Horse riding Conference facilities Member of SAF, The Icelandic Travel Association Smoking not allowed Pharmacy Garage Hotel / guesthouse Petrole station Coffe shop Restaurant Tourist information center Swimming pool Fishing permits Internet access Whale watching Sea angling Stable area Post office ATM Bank Sea jet rental Health service Credit cards accepted Bar Car ferry Breakfast only
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