Skalakot Manor

Skálakot Manor Hotel is a small countryside hotel with 14 rooms. It is a working farm with horses and sheep. The hotel offers luxury rooms and a personal, family likely service. The kitchen is based on the farm raised lamb and local fish dishes.

Being the seventh generation running this farm, their main focus is on breeding Icelandic horses and offering Icelandic hospitality.

Skálakot Manor Hotel and Restaurant is the perfect place to rest and relax after being out in the beautiful nature of South Iceland, with luxury rooms and a good restaurant our customers can prepare for their next adventure.

    Skálakot is in the very heart of southern Iceland. Surrounded by stunning nature in the tranquility of the countryside, just under the wide expanses of the Icelandic highlands and in the vicinity of glaciers and volcanoes, overlooking the North Atlantic Ocean.

    The region offers many of the best sights in South Iceland, with stunning nature like waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers and black sand beaches. Meaning that you don´t need to spend to much time on the road, you can instead enjoy nature and activities.

    All our 14 rooms are different, so it is hard to categorize them, but we divided them in to 4 main categories: Standard Rooms, Grand Rooms, Mini Suite and Master Suite.

    One Master Suite

    One Mini Suite

    Six Grand Rooms

    Four Standard Double Rooms

    Two Standard Single Rooms

    The interior design of the hotel echoes the Art Deco period. Which is a style of visual arts and architecture, which first appeared in France at the beginning of the 20th century. Characterized by a fusion of luxury and modernism, in which exclusive materials and great craftsmanship blended in a modern form.

    Every suite and room has a 43″ HDTV, WiFi, tea kettle, hairdryer,bathrobes and a collection of soaps. The Grand rooms, Mini and Master suite also have aNespresso coffee machine.

    Skalakot has a long tradition of running horseback riding tours from Skálakot, their history goes back over 20 years. They offer short day tours going out from the stable and enjoy the amazing nature next to our farm.