Comfortable lodging in the heart of Iceland's adventure zone
Soti Lodge offers premium accommodation in Fljót, the heart of the Troll peninsula in North Iceland. We place a high emphasis on comfort, sustainability and responsible tourism, offering cozy lodging, half-board based on locally sourced ingredients and stunning views of the magnificent nature that surrounds us, from sea to summit.
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Soti Lodge offers stylish half-board accommodation in six double bedrooms and one triple, named after neighborhood mountains and lakes in the Fljót region. All rooms have a bathroom with a shower. The dining area and lounge have stunning views in all directions. The rooms are moderate in size, but promise a comfortable experience with the lounge a stones’ throw away.
WHOLESOME COUNTRY CUISINE
We serve our guests breakfast and dinner, with an optional packed lunch available for a small fee. A breakfast buffet provides the necessary energy for a day of adventure in the Troll Peninsula, while a full service, three course dinner wraps up the days perfection.
All seasons of the year offer a natural beauty unlike any other. The area is known for Iceland's heaviest snowfalls and its jagged, rugged mountains. It is the ideal playground for active people seeking adventure and warm hospitality.
Our guests can either explore the area on their own or do excursions with some of our local tourism partners and experts. We place a high emphasis on sustainable and responsible tourism, respecting nature and partnering with local tourism providers.
HOME OF SÓTI
Fljót, a region characterized by its proximity to the Arctic Ocean and its remoteness from other regions in North Iceland, is the cradle of skiing in Iceland. It boasts a mountain range unlike any other, and as it was long unconnected by roads to other parts of the country. Locals hiked the mountain passes during the summer as means of visiting their neighboring regions and towns and traversed the same routes on skis during the winter.