A dbl room with one 140x200cm bed. In the room next door to this one, we have bunks for adults as well as for kids.
A beautiful villa in Seydisfjordur town, two storeys with bathroom on each floor and extra WC in the hall.
The rooms downstairs:
Two double rooms and one with bunks. One dbl room has two beds 90x200, side tables, wardrope and a chair. The other dbl room has a bed 140x200, a side table and a wardrope.
Living room and kitchen:
The living room is upstairs, very spacious and opens into the dining room and the kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with a small dining table.
Downstairs: totally renovated bathroom with wc, a shower and washbasin. Towels incl.
Upstairs a wc, shower and two washbasins. Towels incl.
In front of the living room 20 m2 terrace with beautiful view to the mountains and in to the fjord.
On the ground floor there is a fridge but no other kitchen facilities.
In Seydisfjordur there is only a 20 min. drive to Egilsstadir. A bus goes sever times a day, six days a week to Egilsstadir. The Norröna, Smyril-Line ferry comes ones a week to Seydisfjordur and connects us to Europe!
Sundhollin Seydisfirdi open 6:30-9:00 and 16:00-20:00 x3 a week
Skaftfell Bistro. Center for Visual Art in East Iceland. Skaftfell is founded in memory of the artist Dieter Roth.
Hotel Aldan a quality restaurant
Chez Lara ( a bar/pub)
This is a quiet neighbourhood next under the hills of Strandatindur (a mountain above Seydisfjordur). The swimming-pool is open early in the morning and in the after-noon.
A series of concerts are held in the beautiful Blue church, July and August each year. For various classical, jazz and folk music artists these concert series are well known.
LungA Art festival is a yearly event held in Seydisfjordur.
Lots of artists live and work in Seydisfjordur. We quite a few work-shops and galleries.
Technical Museum of East Iceland is located in Seydisfjordur.
Only 9 km from Seydisfjordur by road we have a skiing area in Stafdalur. And not to forget the Golf-club!
In Seydisfjordur we have loverly walkways, in the mountains.
Farm Skalanes is an ecological nature and cultural center and the sea-cliffs are remarkable, with seabirds all over. A viewing-platform over the ocenan makes the cliffs remarkable.
Upstairs a living room, tv wifi internet, kitchen (you need to clean up yourselves), a terrace, garden.
Interaction with Guests
Being professional guides, we offer our guests information about the town Seydisfjordur. We point out places of interest, recreation, and help them any way we can. A guided tour in the east can be provided, but that costs extra!
The house is in the slobs of Strandatindur, with Botnar just above, the view to the ocean and the harbor and the view to the Fjardarheidi mountain, Bjolfur mountain, Strandatindur mountain, the wild nature just above the garden. Nice neighbors, the wonderful brook just by the house. Some trees in the steep slopes of Strandatindur. Just beautiful!
Just down the hill we have the bus terminal for Airport Egilsstadir-Seydisfjordur-airport Egilsstadir.
General courtesy and manners are required. Smoking is not allowed. This is the home of both the guests and the hosts as well, and should be respected as such.
Johanna was unbelievably warm and welcoming in sharing her home with us. She gave us access to anything we needed in the kitchen and living room. We honestly felt like her kids; she was very helpful in sharing information about travelling in Iceland in the winter, and gave us many helpful tips. However, I want to relate a story about how awesome Johanna was during our stay. We set out to drive to Akureyri in the morning, but hit terrible weather and got stranded a few miles from Seydifjordur. We were able to get in touch with Johanna, and she got in touch with emergency services and offered for us to come back to her place until the weather cleared. She was in touch with us until the police came and helped us out. We will always remember Johanna's unbelievable hospitality and helpfulness (particularly in an emergency situation) and I would recommend anyone to stay here.
일단 마을이 굉장히 예뻤구요. 집도 쾌적했습니다. 저희가 밤늦게 도착한 편이었는데 굉장히 따뜻하게 맞아주셨어요. 2층 부엌도 편하게 사용하도록 해주셨어요. 다음에 또 방문하고 싶습니다. The house was very comforable and nice. Johanna was great host!
I search for the entire house but it did not turn out to be. We were only given two bed rooms and a shared kitchen Without a living room.
Mr. Peter Ho
You had access to the two rooms as you booked and payed for. I did offer you the third room, but you didn't want to pay for it.
The living room is upstairs just beside the kitchen. You share the living room and the kitchen as well. This is after all not a guesthouse, you are staying in my home and you share with me. What kept you from enjoying the living room?
Johanna was a wonderful host, the only pity was that we didn't stay longer! Seydisfjordur is a wonderful small town, worth the trek to get there. Johanna is an incredibly knowledgeable guide and knows seemingly everything there is to know about Iceland! She warmly accepted us and shared her home and even offered her private kitchen to us. The rooms are in a private, quiet area and are clean and lovely! I couldn't recommend staying with her more!
Johanna gave us a warm welcome and recommend us a very nice place for diner. The town is the most beautiful and cute we have ever seen in Iceland. It's a paradise in earth. The place was comfy and very clean. We had a good rest!
Wonderful room in paradise. What a place! Our only problem was that we spent only one night. It was a pitty that we could not spend more time in this small city.
Great bedroom, good bethroom and great welcome by Johanna.
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We live in a two-storey house. We are in our fifties. My husband Bergur is a marine engineer and I´m a principal in a Kindergarten.
Bergur loves going fishing and plays golf. I teach icelandic literature and music with children. I enjoy singing, reading, cooking, touring and enjoy the Icelandic nature. I love France and I've been there quite often, because of my education and connection to some teachers in France. Bergur loves Spain and the sun. When we travel, we enjoy getting to know the pepole and their culture. We have a big family and when they come for a visit, it is always great fun!