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Room with no bathroom, but coffee machine, TV, fridge, very cosy guesthouse in that such a pretty town, extra clean and welcoming hosts. It has a small garden where you can relax in summertime and watch the beautiful mountains of Isafjordur. I’ll come back for...More
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5 min walking to town center. Isafjordur is not big so you easly travel on foot
around the town.
Rooms where very nice and tidy. Twinbes ,sofa, cable/satelite TV.
Microwave and fridge to provide own breakfast.
Common bathroom - very fresh.
Owners very freindly and...More
The town itself has nothing much to do, so coming to this place to stay was really very relaxing.
The shared toilet is huge and the best part is that the floor is heated! The owners were so friendly and very easy to talk to....More
This small guesthouse with 3 very spacious rooms is quite the place to go to.
Robert and his wife are really very friendly and quite helpful.
You can see that they are passionate about what they do!
The rooms are spacious and fully equipped, the...More
Stayed here for two nights maybe 1night to long but accommodation first class. Good communication,great apartment home away from home. Pity cruise ship in town but nice place to visit. Very comfortable.
GentleSpace Guest Rooms are newly renovated & tastefully decorated. The house borders the midtown shopping area. Rooms are equipped with quality made-up beds, towels, refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee …Moremaker, hot-water kettle, tableware, Flatscreen TV + cable, hair dryer, free high-speed WiFi, and access to the garden and gas grill. A private entrance from the garden opens to the guest room floor. Newly renovated guest bathroom. Less
No, there isn't. As I remember the owners live on the upper floor. I used to enter in the hostel by the backdoor, the one reserved for guests, through the garden. That entry takes you to the floor where the rooms are and... More
No, there isn't. As I remember the owners live on the upper floor. I used to enter in the hostel by the backdoor, the one reserved for guests, through the garden. That entry takes you to the floor where the rooms are and there is no need of stairs.