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Guesthouse Managata 1

Bed and brekfast in the center of Isafjordur. We have rooms for 2-7 persons. Both to share or for private visitors.

The price offered is without breakfast and sheets. Sheets can be hired for 3.100 ISK per booking and breakfast costs 2.000 ISK

Check in is at Managata 5. Gamla guesthouse untill 8 pm and after that at Hotel Isafjordur, Silfurtorg 2.
Breakfast is served at Managata 5.

Managata 1 has five rooms on one floor. You will have access to your room, toilette and kitchen.

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Guesthouse Managata 1

Mánagata 1

GPS Points N66° 4' 29.384" W23° 7' 21.543"
Telephone

+354 456-4111

Fax

456-4767

Accommodation 5 Rooms / 20 Beds
Opening period All year

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