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Fosshotel Westfjords

Fosshotel Westfjords is in the small fishing village of Patreksfjörður, gateway to some of Iceland greatest attractions. Close to Fosshotel Westfjords is Látrabjarg Nesting Cliff, the magnificent Dynjandi Waterfall and Rauðasandur, the fascinating red sand beach. We recommend you try the fresh seafood and local delicacies at the hotel restaurant after a wonderful day of exploring.

  • 40 rooms
  • Breakfast available
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Free WiFi
  • Elevator
  • Conference facilities
  • Free parking

Part of Íslandshotel.


Fosshotel Westfjords

Aðalstræti 100

GPS Points N65° 35' 30.062" W23° 58' 37.124"
Telephone

+354 456-2004

Fax

456-5861

Accommodation 40 Rooms / 75 Beds
Opening period 01/05 - 30/09
Categories Hotels

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Pollurinn

The hot natural pools close to the town of Talknafjordur are called ?Pollurinn? by locals. It is in good use throughout the year by the local people who love to visit the pools to admire the extraordinary view over the fjord.
The Pools are situated few minute drive from town just above the road number 617. A small cabin is besides the pools for undressing and storing your clothes.

Admittance is free but there is a donation box.

There are no restrooms on the location and camping is forbidden.

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The whaling station in Suðureyri

Suðureyri is located in the district of Tálknafjarðarhreppur. Suðureyri is situated on the south side of the fjord of Tálknafjörður and was the location of an old whaling station built at the end of the 19th century by Norwegian whale hunters. The station was on and off operation for around 50 years until the year 1939 and is now deserted. During its busiest times around 110 people lived and worked at the station. Today the great buildings are grand monuments of times past.

Westfjords of Iceland

Towns & Villages

The sparsely populated Westfjords region is home to more towns and villages than you might imagine – and each has its own unique atmosphere and attractions.
Get to know more about them here. 

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