One of the finest fly-fishing gems in Iceland, hidden midway between the active volcanos Eyjafjallajökull and Grímsvötn, is the charming Grenlækur River.

In exclusive surroundings the Grenlækur Lodge overlooks the untamed wilderness of the renowned river, that meanders through the mossy lava fields of Eldhraun and the extraordinary pseudocraters from the Eldgjá eruption in 934.

When standing on top of the rocky lava field on a late autumn afternoon, watching up to 20-pound sea trout flopping around in the crystal-clear pools just outside the remote lodge, it is easy to understand why fly fishermen from all over the world would return to the river season after season.

It was a lovely stay! The house has amazing view of a river and the countryside. Everything was beyond our expectations and so much more.

- Vivian, April 2018

The house was absolutely stunning. The view is to die for and the house itself was also so warm and comfortable. Totally recommend staying here!

- Patty, May 2018

This home is a gem in a beautiful wilderness. Surrounded by salmon streams and rolling hills, this home offers amazing views of mountains and glaciers. This is a very well appointed home with fabulous hosts.

- Tom, July 2018