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One of the finest lodges in Iceland
Laxa in Kjos was finally treated to a new fisherman’s lodge that was completed just prior to the 2007 season. The Kjos Lodge, overlooking Klingenberg Pool, gazing downriver to the legendary Laxfoss, was immediately recognised as one of the finest fishing lodges in Iceland. It is a large, attractive, wooden lodge with a central gathering area conducive to regaling fishing stories and relaxing in style as would befit a holiday. Each fisher has their own spacious, quiet and well-appointed en-suite bedroom with a river view and a second bed should they choose to rod-share as is often common in Iceland. The Kjos Lodge also boasts a large wader/drying room and the convenience of being able to provide rods, reels and other loan equipment if need be.
Meals at Laxa in Kjos Lodge
Breakfast is served between 6 am and 9 am with a selection of Icelandic traditional foods and classic full cooked breakfast options available with a variety of coffees, teas, juices and cold drinks. Although the am fishing session begins at 7 am, many guests agree a later fishing time with their guide to enjoy a more relaxing schedule – with the lodge right on the river bank it is easy to organise a flexible schedule. Lunch tends to be a buffet style occasion allowing for fishers to eat sooner or later and devise their own 'siesta schedule' although, given a beautiful day, lunch may take the form of a barbeque on the deck overlooking the river. After the pm fishing session guests arrive back at the lodge to freshen up and share a story or two before dinner is served. Dinner is a three or four course (depending on soups etc) meal and focuses on the freshest of Iceland's meats and produce.
One of Iceland's most acclaimed chefs runs the Kjos kitchens, ensuring exacting standards of cuisine, day in, day out.
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