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My husband, his sister and I made the five hour trek from the airport to this lovely old herring factory. This place was exactly what we needed. Quiet, friendly and homey. Freya and Soley (two canine features) are allowed to roam the property. They are...More
This place is definitely a hidden gem. It is in a remote, quiet area in the west fjords. If you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the fjords I highly recommend this place. We were a tad skeptical upon first arriving here but quickly...More
Djupavik Hotel, August, 2017
After leaving the comfort of pavement, the Djupavik Hotel is reached in an hour and a quarter drive on a hard packed dirt road through a most spectacular and remote part of Iceland. Most of the route is a narrow two-lane...More
Hotel lies on a beautiful bay. Even though we had booked way in advance, they put us up in an old annex that has no view and looks onto the dilapidated herring factory. The kitchen was incredibly filthy, dirty dishes, greasy surfaces, nobody had cleaned...More
My wife and I travel a lot and I rarely post a review. However I was compelled to write one for Djupavik or more specifically for the owner, Eva.
My wife and I arrived around 10 pm after driving for five hours specifically to come...More