Top floor in an old house that has been renovated. Amazing ocean view. Cosy apartment in a relaxed environment. All necessary household equipment included. Balcony with great ocean view. Swimming pool and hot tub nearby. Supermarket and liquor store in 5 minutes walking distance.
It is located in the middle of the village. The local swimming pool and hot tub is in just a couple of minutes walking distance. Supermarket and liqueor store is nearby.
Note: There are two bedrooms. One with a king-size bed(possible capacity of 3 persons). The other bedroom is a little smaller with smaller bed(possible capacity of 2 persons). The third bed is in the living room and is a sofa/bed(possible capacity of 2 persons). The Entrance is on 2nd floor and the stair is quite steep upstairs. There is a keybox outside the apartment which guests will have the pass-code to before they're arrival.
Washing machine and dryer. Wi-Fi. 55 inch flat screen TV with (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Chromecast and Netflix application. Dishwasher. Electronic stove and oven. Toaster. Microwave oven. Kitchen-aid mixer. Slow cooker. Pots and pans along with necessary kitchen tools.
Общение с гостями
Guests are welcome to email me about anything I can help them with. I can assist with booking a table at a resturant or arrange an activity. I try to be very responsive to messages.
Другие важные подробности
Fáskrúðsfjörður is in the centre of the eastfjords, in between peninsulas Vattarnes and Hafnarnes. At the bottom of the fjord there is a grassy valley with lovely arctic woodlands. The route from Reyðarfjörður along the coast is very scenic and should not be missed. It offers great views to the hollow cliff island of Skrúður. The island is home to a colourful birdlife, with the unique wonder the 'Puffin Cave' sheltering thousands of puffins and a great colony of Gannets that can be seen plunging like arrows into the water. The town at the bottom of the fjord goes by the name of Búðir, but everyone calls it Fáskrúðsfjörður. The town became a trading post in 1880. From the latter part of the 19th century until 1935, the town was the main hub for French fishermen off East of Iceland. The town is famous for its French heritage and has a strong connection to its French counterpart, Gravelines. It is worth while to visit the French Museum and learn more about these historical connections. There used to be a French consul, a French hospital and a French chapel. It is also believed that France had a say in the fact that the district doctor was positioned in Búðir. The village road signs are also in French. Don't forget to visit the local Café which is known for great cakes and refreshments that can be enjoyed in cosy surroundings.
Just outside the town is a graveyard, the burial place of 49 known French sailors. The former French hospital, erected in 1903 and notorious for being haunted, has been renovated in Búðir as a hotel, museum and a great resturant named L'abri.
- Smoking is allowed on the balcony only.
- please don't run the dryer or washing machine after midnight.
- the parkinglot is a double parking lot so pleasr stay at either side. Not the middle.