Berunes HI Hostel

On the edge of the East Fjords, Berunes offers a range of accommodation and a small campsite. Choose between modern dorms or authentic Icelandic cottages, and soak in the history at the church or hike up the hills for a view over the fjord. Here you will find the perfect setting for nature to thrive, a six minute walk to the beach and a backdrop of mountain ranges. Relax, enjoy the remote location and treat yourself to the renowned breakfast. Berunes also offers a pop-up restaurant in July and August from Berunes local Róbert Ólafsson, who is owner and head chef of Forrettabarinn in Reykjavík.

  • Experience the rich birdlife of Djúpivogur peninsula and along the coast with provided bird watching pamphlets and guiding maps.
  • Discover the crystal exhibition of Teigarhorn farm, or visit Petra‘s Stone Museum to admire the lifelong collection of rocks and minerals.
  • Get away from the mainland and head over to the uninhabited Papey island, with it‘s large puffin colony.
Facilities
  • Bar & Cafe
  • Cots Available
  • Eco friendly
  • Family rooms
  • Free Luggage Storage
  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Group Meals
  • HairDryers available
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry (fees apply)
  • Linen included
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible