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Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

This guesthouse, a former fish processing plant, looks rundown from the outside but once you get inside you realize how charming it is. The outside comes complete with artistic graffiti and views of old fishing machinery. The inside is clean and comfortable with nice size rooms. The cost of this guesthouse is a real deal. Breakfast is not included so we ate at an N1 gas station in Egilsstadir. We had eggs, toast and a pile of bacon for 1500 ISK ($12). Coffee is 400 ISK. Overall a good filling breakfast.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank DebbieMF
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Reviewed 27 May 2016 via mobile

A strange looking place which really does bring the old saying don't judge a book by its cover to mind. We were greeted and shown the kitchen and the communal area. The inside is very modern looking and the room was very nice with a comfy bed. The shower and toilet facilities are shared between all the rooms in the block. In the morning the owner had a chat with us about the area. He was very welcoming and friendly. He got us to try some of his homemade bread which is baked for 10 hours. It was really good. This place is definitely worth a visit I for one would be back again.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Ben M
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Reviewed 7 May 2016

Located about 1km out of town, this place looks pretty weird when you first get there. It looks run-down from the outside, and sits among a bunch of old factories, but it's actually a really nice place to stay. It's right by the water with great mountain views, and they have a really nice kitchen/lounge area with stove, convection oven, microwave, sink, jug, pots, utensils and crockery. It was warm, there are blankets on the couch, and the people who run it are lovely.

Room Tip: Lake-side rooms have mountains views.
  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled solo
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Reviewed 16 October 2015 via mobile

When I first pulled up to the Guesthouse I was wondering what I had got myself in to, but that all changed very quickly! The buildings are covered in strange but very unique and somehow suiting graffiti, providing a great contrast to the pleasantly finished interior of the buildings. The host was very friendly and helpful in suggesting sights to see. The best part to me was being right on the water, and sitting out in the dark away from town lighting enjoying the northern lights or the beautiful sunrise on the mountains across the harbor while enjoying a coffee in the morning. And to top it all off, very affordable!

Stayed: October 2015, travelled solo
Thank Chris M
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

This guesthouse is located a couple of km from the centre of Seydisfjordur, in a building that was formerly accommodation for fish factory workers. From outside, it looks rather peculiar, in particular the surroundings: a kind of abandoned marina, with several nice graffiti. It makes a strong contrast with the guesthouse interior, which is modern, colorful, confortable and cozy. The place has character, no doubt! The room was small but pleasant. The private bathroom had a window and it was very modern (the shower was great!). There is a large kitchen, well equipped and with large tables, for those that want to prepare their own meals but breakfast is also available ready to be eaten by 10 €. The staff is helpful and kind.
Seydisfjordur is a gem! No doubt it deserves a visit and Guesthouse Nordursild is a nice place to stay overnight.

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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