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Harbour Inn Guesthouse

The Harbour Inn guesthouse is a family owned and operated guesthouse, located in the heart of the village Bíldudalur. We offer accomodation in sgl. & dbl. rooms, with or without private facilities. Additionally we have two studio apartments, one that accomodates 1-2 people, and the other 5-7 people, perfect for groups or large families.

The Harbour Inn guesthouse is a part of the Hey Iceland association, a network of over 170 local businesses in rural communities all around Iceland.

For your dinner, restaurant Vegamót is right next door, and the Sea Monster museum (a must see) is just a little further down the street. You can also spend your day visiting Selárdalur art farm, where you will find the unique sculptures by Samúel Jónsson.

If you want to spend your day in the beautiful nature, we recommend a hiking trip near Bíldudalur or a boat trip on the fjord Arnarfjörður, sea angling or nature- and whalewatching with Beffa Tours.

Harbour Inn Guesthouse

Dalbraut 1

GPS Points N65° 41' 6.904" W23° 36' 5.173"
Telephone

+354 456-5005

Accommodation 12 Rooms
Opening period All year
Service Smoking not allowed Walking path Hotel / guesthouse Swimming pool Internet access Hot pot Shower Golf course Airport Credit cards accepted
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