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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Located in Drangsnes and featuring in-room coffee/tea facilities and free Wi-Fi, this guesthouse offers versatile accommodation in both rooms and self-catering apartments. Hólmavík Village is 30 minutes’ drive away...
Urdartindur Guesthouse And Cottages
This family-run guest house in in Nordurfjördur village offers basic rooms in a converted barn, as well as modern self-service cottages. Krossnes Geothermal Pool is 1 km away...
A charming bolthole swathed in antiques and set in the former factory accommodation block, Djúpavík’s understated charm lies in its ability to calm the most angst-ridden soul...
A large, modern building with spacious rooms and an in-house restaurant. At the time of research, new managers were set to take over. The lovely geothermal pool next door has some of the warmest water in Iceland.
On the hill overlooking the harbour, this friendly guesthouse has good sleeping-bag accommodation (Ikr3000 per person) and a guest kitchen. The owners have recently converted the old slaughterhouse into a prim batch of additional dorm rooms.
Broddanes Hi Hostel
The retro starship–styled Broddanes is positioned close to Bitrufjörður along Rte 61.
The municipal campsite, beside the community centre, has toilets, showers and a laundry.
Friendly Finna is split between two locations – a second building called Steinhúsið sits near the witch museum. Rooms are basic, but everything is kept clean and fresh. Sleeping-bag accommodation costs Ikr4200 per person.
Recognisable by the rusted basketball net outside, this budget-friendly option is set in a converted primary school – there are arts and crafts adorning the walls, but everything’s kept very clean...
Sunbathing seals welcome visitors at Kirkjuból , about 12km south of Hólmavík. Rooms are fairly standard but there’s a great guest kitchen and TV room.
Next to the Kerling, Malarhorn is a peaceful row of crisp pine cabins that feel thoroughly modern yet remarkably cosy. There’s no TV, no radio and definitely no internet here – it’s the perfect place to escape.
Sæberg Hi Hostel
A few hundred metres from the Byggðasafu museum at Reykir, the Sæberg HI Hostel is a good place to break up the trip between Reykjavík and Akureyri. It’s a cosy, well-equipped little hostel with a geothermally heated hot pot.
Snartartunga is super-friendly and is positioned close to Bitrufjörður along Rte 61.
This hotel has unmemorable but well-equipped rooms with bathroom, TV and wi-fi.
A pleasant option across from the witch museum, Steinhúsið has a small collection of prim rooms and basement apartments. Breakfast is Ikr1400.
Blessed with unobstructed fjord views along a black-sand beach, this small collection of accommodation features four guest rooms and two cottages (Ikr17,000 each) that can sleep up to four people...