Food & Accommodation
Every tour has a cook who prepares the dinner and sets the breakfast buffet. Your lunch you’ll make every morning from the breakfast table. Your hosts will provide lunchboxes and water bottles (and saddle bags to bring your lunch with you on your horse).
Before the first ride on the first day, you will meet the cook on your tour. It is always good to discuss special wishes and/or allergies with the cook right then as well, so he/she can make sure to take care of the right meals for you. Most diets can be accommodated with prior notice so ideally specify well in advance.
Coffee and hot water for tea will be available at the accommodation. After the rides the cook often treats guests with some biscuits or sometimes cake.
Water is drinkable from the tap in Iceland.
Other drinks and snacks you’ll have to bring/buy yourself. There is usually beer (in cans) and sometimes wine for sale after the riding day. If you’d like some other alcoholic beverages for the evenings after a nice day of riding, it is by far easiest and cheapest to buy them tax free at the airport upon arrival in Iceland. It is clearly signposted.
During the winter tours and the Saltvík Comfort tours, guests stay at the new guesthouse at Saltvík farm. These rooms have private bathrooms and made up beds.
Outside there are 2 hot-tubs for relaxing after riding. Next to the hot-tubs is a bathhouse with a changing room and showers.
Saltvik Comfort Short Break
Northern Lights Short Break
Winter Riding & Knitting