Family-owned Hotel Laki, while offering a modern silhouette and interiors, is located in a country setting in rural southeast Iceland. Nearby are some of the country's most renowned natural attractions including Skaftafell National Park, Laki Volcano and the black sand beaches of Vik. Guests are accommodated in 64 contemporary rooms with en suite facilities, some with showers and others with bathtubs. All rooms have phones, flat screen TVs and free wireless Internet. Public spaces include a lounge with leather chairs, high ceiling and tall picture windows, and a spacious, airy dining room that also overlooks the green hills and mountains beyond. At the edge of the field surrounding the hotel are the Landbrotsholar pseudocraters, formed by volcanic action 7,000 years ago. Legend holds that there are also elven dwellings near the farm, where keen-eyed folk have caught sight of the Hidden People of Icelandic folklore.