Harbour Inn Guesthouse

Harbour Inn Guesthouse

A neat and friendly family-owned guesthouse in Bíldudalur, a charming fishing village in the Westfjords. Accommodation in 11 double rooms and 1 single room with shared or private bathrooms. The guesthouse is located by the harbour, in the heart of the village, right next to a lovely restaurant. This is the ideal accommodation for those who want to enjoy magnificent nature and the locals in the Westfjords.  Open all year.

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  • Shared bathroom
  • Private bathroom
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cooking facilities


2 x 2 pers. rooms with shared bathroom. 5 x 2 pers. rooms with shared bathroom and a washing basin in the room. 1 x 1 pers. Room with shared bathroom and a washing basin in room. 4 x 2 pers. Rooms with private bathroom. A small lounge in reception and guests are also welcome to use the breakfast room outside regular opening hours (bringing your own breakfast is not allowed).


Breakfast is included in the price. Access to kitchen with cooktop and refrigerator. Vegamót Restaurant is right next to the guesthouse and it is open all year round. 


Interesting hiking trails. Bíldudalur has a 9-hole golf course. There you will also find an interesting private museum on Icelandic pop music and the popular Monster Museum. In Reykjafjörður you will find a warm natural pool which is open 24/7 (19 km). A nice swimming pool in Tálknafjörður (19 km).

Selárdalur and the artist with the child´s heart

From Bíldudalur you can do excursions and daytrips to explore the charming Arnarfjörður area. You can drive to Selárdalur to view the unique sculptures by artist Samúel Jónsson (1884-1969), a hermit and loner. He has ben called the artist with the child’s heart and you can view many of his interesting scullputres in Selárdalur. His artwork is one of a kind.

Látrabjarg, Dynjandi and the museum at Hnjótur

The magnificent Látrabjarg cliffs are 57 km away from the guesthouse. Látrabjarg is a promonitory and the westernmost point in Iceland. The cliffs are home to millions of birds, including puffins, northern gannets, guillemots and razorbills. It is vital for their survival as it hosts up to 40% of the world population for some species. It is Europe’s largest bird cliff, 14 km long and up to 440 km high. On your way there you can stop by the museum at Hnjótur to visit the remarkable museum with artefacts from the nearby areas, objects and machines that tell the story of agriculture in the Westfjords in the 19th century. The stunningly beautiful Dynjandi Waterfall is also only 60 km away from the guesthouse. 

 Friðbjörg Matthíasdóttir


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