In a town full of culture and the arrival and departure point for the Norröna ferry, Seyðisfjörður hostel is housed in two different wooden buildings – one just outside the village facing the harbour, and another in the centre of town.
Which building you stay in depends on the season you stay in, but both offer excellent common facility, kitchens, dining and sitting areas and Internet access.
Whilst you’re there you can visit the Technical Museum of East Iceland, do some sea angling, go skiing, or for the more adventurous, why not try the Seven Peaks Hike, a climb of seven peaks surrounding the fjord of Seyðisfjörður where you can become a Seyðisfjörður Mountain Viking?
What travellers think...
enjoyed the ambience and hospitality immensely.
Fri 07 Mar 2014
Benedicta is a star! She's incredibly friendly and makes you feel right at home. She's also an insanely good cook!
Sun 02 Mar 2014