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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. It is a 100 year old house in the north of island. The wind is blowing around. You see the sea on the slipping windows 😍 Takk fyrir!
Centrally located in the town of Isafjordur, Guest house Ísafjördur - Gamla offers rooms with shared facilities. Some have free Internet access. I originally booked a guesthouse room but was upgraded to a hotel room with a private bath. It is a great location near the city center. The breakfast buffet was very nice. The staff were friendly and helped me get to the airport shuttle on time.
This self-catering accommodations is located in north-western Iceland, and features a garden and BBQ facilities. Free WiFi access is available. Clean,cozy and well appointed. Situated in a gorgeous backyard which we were welcome to enjoy. Great location. Very kind hosts.
Offering free WiFi and garden views, Tangs provides accommodations located in Ísafjörður, just 1.2 miles from Pollurinn Hot Spring. We were greeted by our host and given a very detailed tour and history of the property, as well as an insider’s perspective of Ísafjörður and the Westfjords. A thoroughly satisfying and delightful experience. Also, the collection of Moomins kitchenware was incredible!
Located in Ísafjörður, this apartment features views of the mountains. Restaurants, cafes and grocery stores are within walking distance in the town center. Guests can benefit from free WiFi. Super equipped appartment, floor heating in the shower, Netflix!!!, Great kitchen
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.
The owner was extremely kind, helpful, and accommodating. He helped us find a dinner restaurant at 9:00 pm, book the airport shuttle, and with basically anything else we needed! The room was large, clean, and very comfortable. Also, quiet! There was a fridge and microwave in the room, as well as supplies for making tea/coffee. Great location, easy to walk into downtown Isafjordur, close to gas station and supermarket. Highly recommended.
The apartment was comfortable and it had a nice, clean bathroom, kitchen and dinning area with a living area as well. The bed was comfortable, only few minutes walk to the center of Ísafjörður. The well equipped kitchen that allows to cook for yourself by getting food in the near super market. The view from the garden over the valley was great. It is the best apartment during my trip in Iceland.
Great location within walking distance of most of Isafjodur. In an area of characterful old houses. Not at all touristy (yet). The house is old, and the interior staircase is steep and narrow, very typical of places in Iceland. We loved the area and the historic nature of the house. Completely comfortable and well-outfitted, with private garden a plus. Free parking in front.
This is a really lovely small house right in the centre of the old town of Isafjordur. It is perfectly located, extremely comfortable and altogether a great place to stay. We really liked the comfy bed, great shower and proximity to cafes and restaurants. Hosts were very easy to communicate with and ready to help.
We were greeted by our host and given a very detailed tour and history of the property, as well as an insider’s perspective of Ísafjörður and the Westfjords. A thoroughly satisfying and delightful experience. Also, the collection of Moomins kitchenware was incredible!
This is a lovely spot! We loved the decor. The beds and pillows were super comfy. The apartment is a close walk to the center of Isafjordur. The kitchen was stocked with essentials. You get an almost birdseye view of the city due to the location of the house.
Excellent location in the heart of Ísafjörður, just a few minutes walk from everywhere in the town. The guesthouse is an old building that is full of charm. Rooms are basic but comfortable and there is a pleasant seating area where guests can read and relax.
Good breakfast (served at Hotel Isadjordur - a short walk). Bathroom and rooms were recently renovated and well appointed.
Location was good. Opposite to a gas station, and has a restaurant pub next door.
Room was stylish and big, breakfast was the best we've had in Iceland.
The hotel is very clean. Small kitchen in the room is nice.