Although the buffet breakfast was tasty, when we were in there it was organised chaos. They kept running out of things - we heard people having to stop staff and point out that the bread had run out, there were no bowls for the fruit, there were no eggs left, no condiments etc. we also had to seek out the waitress to request coffee. Fair enough, they were produced when asked for but I think there should be somebody making sure these scenarios don't arise. I had a fry up and it was delicious but a full Irish breakfast it was not. An Irish breakfast without soda bread and potato bread is like bangers and mash without the mash! We didn't get up for breakfast the second morning. We were a bit put off by the service plus the bed was too comfortable
The view from our bedroom window was stunning looking up the fjord. The bed was really comfortable and the room had everything I needed including tea/coffee making facilities. We had free wifi in our room - we were in the new part of the hotel so I'm not sure if it's available throughout. The breakfast was really tasty. All of the staff I encountered were perfectly friendly and we were made to feel at home in this old country hotel that has real character. It's not a boutique hotel. You doesn't have the crisp, brand new feel that you get in some hotels. If you want that, stay elsewhere. If you want to feel comfortable, at home, in a place soaked in history then you couldn't do much better than here.