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Want a good cup of coffee or maybe a little slice of cake? Sit and relax at one of the Westfjords cozy cafés.

Sheep Farming Museum
The Sheep Farming Museum is an interesting and entertaining exhibition about the Icelandic sheep and sheep farming. The exhibition focuses on providing diverse entertainment for all ages. The children can enjoy themselves in their own room, in which are toys and colour books, while the grown-ups can view the exhibition. The museum also has a small science room where people can take a look at various things through a microscope. One of the main attractions in the Sheep Farming Museum are the lambs, which the visitors can feed with milk from a bottle. Sævangur also houses a small and cosy coffee bar where guests can sit down and relax over a cup of coffee and genuine Icelandic cakes and bread. Handicraft- and souvenir store placed in the lobby of Sævangur sells crafts made mostly by locals. The museum is located 12 km. south of Hólmavík Opening hours June 1st - August 31st: Week days: 10:00-18:00 Saturdays: 10:00-18:00 Sundays:10:00-18:00Open on request during winter.
Guesthouse Malarhorn
Guesthouse Malarhorn is located in the fishing village Drangsnes in Steingrímsfjörður, only 30 minutes drive from Hólmavík. Malarhorn offers various accommodation, double rooms with private bathrooms, small apartments and sleeping bag accommodation all with full breakfast. Geothermal swimming pool and a local food restaurant is next to the house. Malarhorn Travel also offers three hours long bird watching tours to the Puffin Paradise Grímsey in Steingrímsfjörður. Sea-angling tours are also possible.
Stúkuhúsið - Café / Restaurant
Stúkuhúsið café/restaurant has a great location in the middle of the town Patreksfjordur, right next to the pool. The view from Stúkuhúsið is stunning, overlooking the fjord. Available is soup of the day with freshly baked bread. Homemade cakes, espresso coffee and delicious local food. For opening hours and further information, please visito our Facebook page or our website,  www.stukuhusid.is.
Fisherman Café
Visit the local favourite, the CAFÉ at Sudureyri, at the heart of the town. It is a special place to be as it obtains its relaxed atmosphere and cozy environment not only from the people who work here, but also from the sum of historical parts and relicts it is made of. Enjoy wonderful refreshments, surf the Internet, book your tour, buy local artwork and discover district relicts.
Gamli bærinn Brjánslæk
Accommodation in three rooms with a shared bathroom (2 wc 1 shower) in an old house built in 1912 as a priest's lodge. Surrounded by beautiful nature, ideal for hikes around the area. In the same house you will find a café during the summertime, open between 12:30-17:00 o´clock. We also produce and sell food from our own sheep farm.  The Environment Agency of Iceland’s exhibition on the nature reserve Surtarbrandsgil (e. Lignite canyon) is on the bottom floor and is open daily from 10. June until 10. August. Exhibition on the fossils and lignite in Surtarbrandsgil, along with information about the settler Hrafna Flóki, who named our country Iceland.    In relation to the exhibitions opening hours, hikes to the canyon led by a land ranger are available during these times:Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 13:00. Please note that hiking up the canyon is prohibited unless accompanied by a ranger. For further information, call 822-4080 or 831-9675.
SjavarSmidjan
The Seaweed baths introduce a cosy blend of health and relaxation while enjoying a great view of the sea and countryside. At Sjávarsmidjan we welcome our guests to a traditional atmosphere in an old workshop that has been restored to preserve its characteristics. Our guests have the possibilities of combining both the seaweed baths and café or just simply relaxing over a cup of coffe and waffles with an intriguing view of Breiðafjörður. Guests also have the possibility to rent swimwear and towels, which makes it easier for anyone who passes by to drop in with out much notice.. The Café offers a simple menu with drinks and waffles alongside products from the nearby region and in connection with sea and seaweed.
The Arctic Fox Center
The Arctic Fox Centre is a non-profit research and exhibition center, focusing on the arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) - the only native terrestrial mammal in Iceland. The Arctic Fox Centre was established on September 15th 2007 in Sudavik Westfjords. Founders were 42, mostly local people, tourist operators and municipalities in the Westfjords. All of which share their interest in the arctic foxes and believe in increasing ecotourism in Iceland. The idea of the Arctic Fox Centre comes from prof. Pall Hersteinsson, University of Iceland and he serves as a quality witness for the center. The long term aim is to collect all available knowledge and material relevant to the arctic fox in past and presence.  We house an exhibition focusing on educating material:  About biology and history of the arctic foxes as a species. About the war that has been waged between the man and the arctic fox, since the early settlement of humans in Iceland (1100 years). About the status and specialities of the Arctic Foxes in Iceland and other regions of its distributional range. About fox hunting as the oldest paid operation in Iceland, methods and materials, stories and descriptions. About fox farming activities and it´s consequences for the wild population throughout the decades. We emphasize on: Participate in and promote research programs on Icelandic arctic fox populations, in collaboration with academic and research centers. Participate in developing sustainable wildlife torism in Iceland, in collaboration with the authorities and other interested parties. Stimulate development and manufacturing on handicraft and souvenirs, specialized for The Arctic Fox Center. Open: May 15 - Sept 30: 10:00-18:00 Oct 01 - May 14: Upon request
The Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft Museum
The Museum of Sorcery and Witchcraft was opened in the summer of year 2000 and attracts around 11 thousand guests every year. The exhibition tells the story of the witchcraze in Iceland in the 17th century and how witchcraft is presented in our folklore. Guests will learn about certain witchcraft cases and about different witchcraft like necropants to gather money, find a thiefe and wake up the dead.   Location: HolmavikTel: (+354) 451-3525galdrasyning@holmavik.iswww.galdrasyning.is Open all year.Summer hours: May 15th - September 3oth: 10:00-18:00Winter hours: Oktober 1st - Mayl 15th: Mon-Fri 12:00-18, Sat & Sun 13:00-18:00

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Húsið Hrannargata 2 400 Ísafjörður 4565555
Gamla Bakariið Aðalstræti 24 400 Ísafjörður 456-3226
Bakarinn Hafnarstræti 14 400 Ísafjörður 456-4771
Heimabyggð Café Aðalstræti 22b 400 Ísafjörður 6974833
Hotel Reykjanes Reykjanes 401 Ísafjörður 456-4844
Þjóðlegt með kaffinu Ögur 401 Ísafjörður 857-1840
Bókakaffi Bolungarvíkur Aðalstræti 21 415 Bolungarvík 456-7554
Víkurskálinn Bolungarvík Þuríðarbraut 13 415 Bolungarvík 456-7554
Litlibær Skötufjörður 420 Súðavík 695-5377
Gunnukaffi Café Hafnarstræti 11 425 Flateyri 456-7710
Hnjótur Museum Hnjótur, Örlygshöfn 451 Patreksfjörður 456-1511
Cafe Dunhagi Sveinseyri 460 Tálknafjörður 662-0463
Vegamót Tjarnarbraut 2 465 Bíldudalur 4562232
The Icelandic Sea Monster Museum Strandgata 7 465 Bíldudalur 456-6666
Simbahöllin Fjarðargata 5 470 Þingeyri 8996659
Númi guesthouse Núpur 470 Þingeyri 844-0064
Jón Sigurðsson Memorial Museum Hrafnseyri, Arnarfjörður 471 Þingeyri 456-8260
Café Riis Hafnarbraut 39 510 Hólmavík 451-3567
Norðurfjörður Café Norðurfjörður 524 Árneshreppur 451-4034