Situated on the Westfjords with stunning views of majestic mountains, rolling hills and clear waters, this cottage makes a perfect base for nature lovers.
This detached cottage has all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay and is perfectly located for you to enjoy West Iceland in all its untamed glory. A separate entrance and its semi-secluded location ensure privacy and a relaxed stay.
Staying in Gistihúsið Alviðru
Gistihúsið Alviðru is designed like a studio apartment and has two double beds in parallel, curtained bunks for privacy and space management. A comfortable sofa overlooks the rolling, untamed green landscape beyond, and here you can relax and watch TV or connect with friends over the free WiFi connection.
In the cottage is a kitchenette with a fridge, toaster, microwave, hob and coffee machine so that you can whip up a tasty meal and enjoy it at the table.
There is a neat bathroom with a toilet and shower.
Outside the cottage is a lovely garden with a porch where you can sit and enjoy the surrounding landscape or watch the night skies. A charcoal barbecue is available for some summertime outdoor cooking.
Gistihúsið Alviðru lies on the Westfjords and has an awesome view all around. Located in the region of Ísafjarðarbaer with its unique blend of natural landscapes and town life, there is always something to do here.
Cycling, horse riding and hiking are common activities. Do pay a visit to Vigur Island to truly enjoy solitude, or explore the Vestfirdir Tunnel while you're here. The uninhabited Hornstrandir nature reserve is a must-see spot in the summertime for outdoor lovers. You might even get a glimpse of the Arctic fox while you're here!
This cottage is the perfect place for families or couples to stay while exploring the Westfjords and the surrounding region. With all the amenities of a home, this cosy cottage is welcoming and a great place to relax at the end of a day of hiking or exploring.
Book your stay at the Gistihúsið Alviðru before someone else snaps it up and start planning your itinerary while travelling through the Westfjords.