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Featuring a garden, visitHOMES Faroe Islands is located in Leirvík. With a terrace, the property also has a shared lounge. Free WiFi is provided. Lilja was a wonderful host! So friendly and welcoming. She went above and beyond to accommodate our vegetarian diet. It was beyond delicious! The private room/bath accommodations were tidy and nicely decorated. She gave great recommendations for shops, sightseeing and restaurants.
Located in Viðareiði, Hotel Nord has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Great location. Very friendly and helpful staff that accommodated all of our needs. Dinner was great! Would definitely stay again.
Klaksvik is a small town compared to other european towns but since all places on the Faroe Islands are tiny it is to be expected. The Faroes are a remote get away from it all holiday. Really are amazing and very peaceful.
Klaksvík is situated in the specatular enviroment and stunning views are guaranteed. It is the second biggest town on the Faroes and has all practical amenities as shops, banks, cafés and restaurants. Restaurant Angus Steakhouse, bar Jacqson and café Fríða are all worth visit. The place to stay is the comfortable and cosy Eysturland Lodge. Klaksvík is also a perfect base to explore all the Northern islands of the Faroes.
Klaksvík is a great place to visit if you like hiking in the mountains. Klaksvík is surrounded by high mountains, with both steep routes that require some skill, but also scenic routes on beginner level. Local café Fríða is a nice place to go for a coffe and cake, while Jacqson has a great burger. Jacqson frequently sports live music on saturday nights. If you are heading out with friends, then dont miss out on the quiz at pub Roykstovan og friday nights.
A pleasant small town round the harbour on the western fjord. Great fell walking on the western hills. The town has few restaurants and some were only open on Fridays and Saturdays. Trips to Kunoy and Vidoy were interesting although they involved unlit single track tunnels! I wish I had spent three or four full days instead of rushing.