Sally Due Sperling will be the new hostess at Danhostel Esbjerg on January 1, 2020. She will replace Marianne and Børge Bull who will say goodbye after 23 wonderful years as hosts at Danhostel Esbjerg. Sally is not a stranger to Danhostel as she is the current hostess at Danhostel Kolding and will say goodbye at the end of 2019.
Hostels On Iceland
Accommodation in Beautiful Surroundings
In Iceland, there are 33 hostels which are members of HI (Hostel International), all located near Iceland's coast. Each hostel is unique, and, like Danhostel, they are unique. In Iceland you will find all types of hostels; from new hostel with a modern look and facilities, to older, charming, and newly renovated ones. Common to all hostels are friendly and helpful staff who provide good service. It is always possible to find a hostel that suits your needs, whether you are travelling with a family, group or alone. The Icelandic hostels are usually 2 to 6-bed rooms, with duvets and pillows. Just bring linen and towel, or rent them at the hostel as you would at Danhostel. Icelandic hostels allow you to bring your sleeping bag.
It is important to remember that if you do not specify that you would like a family or private room, you will be assigned a bed in a shared room.
Like Danhostel, the Icelandic hostels are equipped with guest kitchens which you can use at no extra cost. Many hostels provide breakfast, lunch, dinner and a packed lunch (if you're going on a trip). These meals cost extra and must be booked in advance. In Iceland, there are many opportunities for exciting adventures and activities, and many of the hostels are nearby. You can for example go rafting, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, explore bird life or take on a trip to one of the island's glaciers. In addition, there are many museums in Iceland, which are worth visiting.