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In central Isafjördur, on Silfurtorg Square, this hotel offers a restaurant and bar and panoramic views of the fjord and surrounding mountains. Guests can enjoy free in-room Wi-Fi and free parking. Extremely comfortable bed. Lots of space in the room and plenty of room for clothing. Great breakfast. Very clean.
Just 328 feet from the Ísafjördur shore in the Westfjords, this guest house offers 2 TV lounges and rooms with views of Skutulsfjördur. Wi-Fi and parking are free. Great position in the middle of Isafjordur. The house is big and so are the rooms. Everything clean and staff always available.
This self-catering accommodations is located in north-western Iceland, and features a garden and BBQ facilities. Free WiFi access is available. Lovely. Comfortable. clean. beautiful garden and deck. Very Nice studio kitchen. Nice shower and bathroom. Helpful host. Will stay again
GentleSpace Guest house is located in Ísafjörður, about 1 hour by car from the Dynjandi waterfalls in the Westfjords. Free WiFi is available. Very cozy room with your own fridge, coffee maker and microwave oven, there’s a big common bathroom. Dishes and glasses are provided and cleaned by the host, who is a super nice guy. I had a great chat with him about Iceland, the state of the world and such. (Sorry room no.2 for the disturbance after 22:00) We did not use the garden, but it also looked nice and even had a BBQ grill.
Located on the Westfjords, this holiday home features free WiFi, private parking and a patio. This double story house is set on the historical Tangagata street of Ísafjörður. It was very clean, and very well equipped. Lovely kitchen. I liked that the host did not use highly scented laundry soap. The directions were easy. The suggestions for things to do, came in handy. I would stay at this property again.
Interesting in itself; however, you need a car to explore the area. Side roads, not too difficult, lead to many beautiful sights. I probably said "Wow" more in the few days in Westfjords than any other time.
The drive to Isafjorour we stopped at Dynjandi Waterfall called Thundering Waterfall. It is actually several waterfalls topped by a bridal veil large fall. Well worth the steep hike up. One of the most beautiful waterfall we visited in Iceland. The drive back toward Reykjavik was stunning along five fjords and many waterfalls. Glacier views. Lava fields. And mountains. So wanted to eat at Tjoruhusid. But needed a reservation and could not get in. Recommend making a reservation before you leave home. A perfect ending to our trip to the Westfjords.
Our location was in the center of the historic district, which made it easy for walking to everything. I enjoyed the architecture of the colorful houses in the Old Town neighborhood, The Heritage Museum, and getting fresh seafood from Fiskbud Sjavarfangs, the market down by the harbor. My daughter took a boat tour to Hornstrandir Peninsula for a day, but the weather was not conducive for outdoor activities during our stay so that curtailed the activities that we were interested in doing. We had two delicious fish dinners at Husid and an amazing buffet dinner at Tjoruhusid, which is in an historic log building down by the Heritage Museum. You have to make reservations ahead and they have 2 seatings for dinner. I have never seen such a huge variety of delicious soup, seafood, salads and desserts. Isafjordur is a charming little historic town with so many outdoor activity choices for all ages, fun shopping for handcrafted items and great fresh seafood.
It is a nice town and I would recommend a visit in the right season (beginning of summer). Otherwise, the weather may be bad. WE were there at the end of August and had booked a 13 hour hike. When we got to the meeting place, we were told it was canceled due to weather conditions.
Incredibly beautiful area, nice people. Book a table in a restaurant beforehand! Good transfer service to the airport - the minibus arrives just on time for each flight. Hiking is very challenging but worth it.
It was a beautiful area. There were nice stores and places to eat. It had a more genuine feel, not quite as "touristy" as other places in Iceland. There were great hikes in the area and interesting places to go if you love nature. I would have liked to spend more time in the Westfjords peninsula.
Great position in the middle of Isafjordur. The house is big and so are the rooms. Everything clean and staff always available.
Extremely comfortable bed. Lots of space in the room and plenty of room for clothing. Great breakfast. Very clean.
Loved the room very quiet and large. Restaurant is great
Nice location, clean facilities and nice breakfast