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Óseyri Farmhouse is located in Stöðvarfjörður. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and a terrace.There is a full kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven. This farmhouse was a delightful surprpise and exceeded our expectations. It was hard to tell exactly what we were getting from the photos. The photos do not do this house justice. The farmhouse has a beautiful view of the ocean (and a beach) outside the front. The farmhouse is huge! We were five adults and had more than enough room. There is one very large bathroom and then a smaller half bathroom down the hall. There are four bedrooms and each has two twin beds. The family room is a nice size and has plenty of seating. There is a great supply of movies in English to watch. Best of all there is a washer and dryer! There is a beautuful enclosed patio in the back with a very nice hot tub. The kitchen is very well stocked with dishes and appliances. Our only regret is that we did not spend more time here! I highly recommend this farmhouse! Note: The only reason that I said this was not a romantic place to stay is that this farmhous is too big for just two people. It is well suited for a family or friends traveling together. I do not see it as a honeymoon accommodation, although honeymooners certainly would be very comfortable here.
Set in Breiðdalsvík, Þverhamar Hostel offers a garden. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the guest house the rooms come with a shared bathroom. Loved the location, a bit out of the town. Fantastic room, living room and kitchen area. The hosts are super friendly and super nice! Will 100% come back! P.S there is a friendly and super sweet dog at the property!
Situated in the coastal village of Breiddalsvík, Hotel Blafell offers a large terrace with an open fireplace and rooms with a satellite TV and work desk. A very beautiful hotel. Wooden rooms, cozy hall, nice sauna, friendly staff and great breakfast! We ordered burgers and beer for dinner - it was also tasty.
Hotel Stadarborg is in Breiddalur Valley, next to Road 1 and less than a 1-hour drive from Egilsstadir. It provides modern en-suite rooms, a restaurant and a free gym, hot tub and sauna. I would definitely stay here again if I return to this area. Super kind and I helpful staff. Outstanding dinner in the breakfast. A calming place making our stay comfortable. Thanks for reserving the table for us. You are super great!
Located in the beautiful Breiddalur Valley, Eyjar Fishing Lodge arranges fishing, hiking and horse riding activities. It has a hot tub, sauna and guest lounge with panoramic valley views. nice jacuzzi with bubbles and ligths this lodge is usually used for fishermans to fish in one of best salmon rivers in country and it looks like that luxury, british fishing/hunting style ... we were just alone there, so with lighted candles and bad weather around (sinatra playing) it was really cozy atmosphere recommended!
A very picturesque little town on East Iceland's fjords. Whether you are travelling and want to stop for the night or you want a relaxing holiday away from the crowds and with majestic views, this is a great spot.
Unique place, quiet and friendly. Even though the hotel cafe was closed the owner offered to make us coffee which was much appreciated. Communal kitchen area had complementary noodles/ soup but the pizza from the local store was very good. The Northern lights were a bonus that night. Really liked this town.
I really loved the fact that the town was quiet and you can walk around with no hesitation. The people were very helpful and friendly. It’s a great town if you wanna get away from the city. And public transportation is available and easy to use.
The place is in a lovely fishing village, great to explore on foot. It is impeccably clean, modern, everything seems brand new and comfortable. Access to a living room with TV and unlimited coffee and tea. We did not try the breakfast, that seems a little bit pricy for a continental breakfast. Staff is nice and helpful.
We weren't planning to tour this area. It was a convenient location for an overnight stay. Don't go to Iceland in the late spring or summer if you're hoping to see the northern lights. I hadn't realized that they wouldn't be visible since the sky doesn't ever get dark enough.