COTTAGE AND CAMPING
TJALDSVÆÐIÐ KIRKJUBÆ II
                        

Welcome to the Tjaldstæðið Kirkjubaer 2, cottages and camping.We take pride in offering one of the best equipped camping facilities in Iceland. In addition to camping, we also offer sleeping bag accomodation in seven, warm and nice cottages

                  The Cottages are open all year around, from 2500 ISK per person!

Book online: Cottages for rent Kirkjubaer II

Campers are welcome  1400 ISK per person

Call if you need help: 0354 894 4495

We are situated in the small village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur, by road 1, 260 km east of Reykjavík. Go into the village and take the second turn to right (about 500 m from the N1 gas station).   In the village is supermarket, restaurants, vine store and in Kirkjubæjarklaustur you find hot swimming pool, with hot tubes that is open from 11-20 every day, except Sundays is open 15-19.  The Swimming pool is outside. Try to sit in the hot tube and enjoy the weather. Exellent experience.

Kirkjubær II is a prime location to serve as your basis for daytours to some of Iceland most remarkable natural attractions, such as Fjaðrárgljúfur (6 km)  Skaftafell National Park  (70 km) and The amazing Jökulsárlón (120 km).

In the summer you can go daytours by bus or super jeep to Laki craters, Eldgjá volcanic flissure and the beautiful lake Langi sjór. See more information on Vatnajokull National Park.

Skaftárstofa, visitor centres Vatnajökull National Park, is located in Kirkjubæjarklaustur. Open from 9AM to 14PM, closed weekends. 

 

Our place: GPS: N 63   47,507       W 018   02,887

 

Three Walking Paths from the Tjaldstæðið Kirkjubær II

The turkish line: Love path, from Tjaldsvæði Kirkjubær II to the waterfall, Systrafoss, to the wood and up to the lake, Systravatn. Follow the path to the east, go to see Stjórnarfoss and Kirkjugólf on the way to Kirkjubær II.  (5 km)

The yellow line: Easy path, near Skaftá to  Systrastapi. (5 km) 

The dark blue line: Short walk from Tjaldsvæði Kirkjubæ II to Stjórnarfoss and Kirkjugólf. (2 km)

Walking paths