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The good news first. Cute historic hotel in the centre of town right next to the Harbour. Two very good restaurants right across the street. Very kind and helpful staff. Delicious and Hearty breakfast for the usual high Icelandic price of $25 US. Probably no...More
Booking.com described the room as small, but our 3rd floor, dormer room (no elevator, no breakfast) had 45 square feet of space in which we could stand up -- and this included the shower stall! Another 45 square feet ranged in height from 2 to...More
Went here in early April read a few reviews and liked the place as soon as I walked in. The staff (I only saw 3 people) of this 10 room spot is so friendly and helpful it really helps you forget you are in a...More
The hotel in this historic building is perfectly situated with views of the harbour, the hills, everything. It's worth paying extra for the rooms with views, facing the water. Everything is top end: bathrobes, l'Occitaine products, etc, but to my astonishment, the bed was concave...More
This hotel is located in the perfect location and is adorable. Our room was spectacular upon arriving-amazing views- we had a room with a view-room 5 facing the water, corner room with tons of windows, just gorgeous! Beautifully decorated and loved the L'Occitane products.
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The two they recommend are Narfeyrarstofa (I liked this one the best, mussels and cod were great) and Sjavarpakkhusid. The 2nd one was also good, more seafood and bigger portions. They have the menus to both at the hotel. I... More
The two they recommend are Narfeyrarstofa (I liked this one the best, mussels and cod were great) and Sjavarpakkhusid. The 2nd one was also good, more seafood and bigger portions. They have the menus to both at the hotel. I think there is also a ‘sports bar’ a few min walk away but never made it there.