Sima Hostel and Apartments is a charming place to stay near Önundafjörður fjord in Iceland's Westfjords. Staying in a hostel is an affordable alternative to accommodation in Ísafjörður, especially if you plan to explore the southern part of Westfjords or take the ferry to Stykkisholmur on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
Location and Nearby
Sima Hostel and Apartments is located in Flateyri, about 20 km from the largest city in this part of Iceland - Ísafjörður. It's a traditional fishing village where you will find a grocery store, restaurant, gas station, pub and swimming pool. Nearby is Iceland's extraordinary Nonsense Museum and The Old Bookstore, which also houses a museum. The most famous waterfall in Westfjords named Dynjandi is about 70 km away from the hostel. This is one of the most beautiful regions of Iceland.
Facilities and Amenities
The hostel has two floors and offers spacious rooms that can accommodate a total of 14-16 people. On each floor there are 3 or 4 rooms, a comfortable living room for all guests, a well-equipped kitchen, and bathrooms. This property offers mountain views and free WiFi. You can enjoy breakfast at a nearby café. Sima Hostel and Apartments has a minimalist decor that's cosy and homely.
The hostel arranges activities nearby, including kayaking, fishing, visits to buildings related to traditional fishing in Iceland, collecting berries and herbs, winter sports, and more.
Why choose Sima Hostel and Apartments?
When planning a trip around Iceland, be sure to consider going to the extraordinary Westfjords. This region is not only exceptionally beautiful, but also an ideal opportunity to get to know Iceland from a different angle. Accommodation in Sima Hostel and Apartments is an ideal solution when you plan to get there by ferry. Book your stay today to get the best possible rates!