Big and soulful old house in northern Iceland

Big and soulful old house in northern Iceland




Feb 2017

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7 Bedrooms
Sleeps 14
2 Bathrooms

About our home

This house is quite spectacular and located in the famous herring town SIglufjörður. It was built gradually from 1914 and until 1970 and used to be a tackle store with an apartment upstairs. Now it has been renovated as a one family vacation house. The house is cozy although it's not renovated in the newest styles most of the interiors are from 1970 the kitchen was made then and floor plan also. It's very well situated if people want to hike or experience the friendly people of this small town. Siglufjörður is a good base to stay because from there it's possible to drive to fabulous sightseeing places.


More about us

  1. We are a couple with two grown daughters and one granddaughter, which soon will be big sister, and one son in law. We like to travel together at least once a year.

  2. Eiríksína is an artist working mainly with wood and paintings. And she is also a literary scholar. Jónas works in Salmon breeding and in the fly fishing business.

  3. We love hiking, outdoors adventures, good food, art and..........of course life itself

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
There are few good restaurants, one in the Hotel Sigló is fancy. The hotel has also two other restaurants which can be seen here Then there is a small cheap restaurant with live music sometimesð-restaurant-116966741722084/ And there is the very famous Harbour House cafe run in an old fish weighing station
Cool bars
The same restaurants also have bars
Cozy cafés
Bit of culture
Very nice place to get to know authentic Icelanders that are helpful and charming. There are two museums, library and galleries. And there is only 45 minutes drive to Akureyri which has both galleries with contemporary art and other museums.
Walks in the park
There are lots of hiking trails all over because the town is situated in a fjord surrounded by big mountains. You will have to stay a month or more to explore everything in the neighbourhood.
Day tripping
Lots and loads of day tripping all over the place both hiking and driving. There is a little island called Hrísey and of course Grimsey where you can go over

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