Hanna Sigga Guesthouse

Address: Garoarvegur 26, Hvammstangi, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Garoarvegur 26, Hvammstangi.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanna Sigga Guesthouse Hvammstangi

Reviewed by nicholas.napoli

Solid little guesthouse

Reviewed Apr 12, 2014
by (7 reviews) Brea , United States Flag of United States

This guesthouse was the bottom floor of a large house. Very clean guesthouse with a nice view, comfortable beds, and a great living room with heated floors, small communal kitchen and dining nook. The owner also sells a selection of locally made Icelandic wool items at reasonable prices. Our cost for a triple with linens was 10000isk

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hanna Sigga Guesthouse Hvammstangi

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Travel Blogs from Hvammstangi

Gimme Shelter

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Apr 11, 2014

4 photos

11 April 2014: Another couple hundred kilometers of snow-painted road laid ahead of us today. Although, there were some moments of reprieve from the weather as well. From Akureyri, we headed north, up and around the Trollaskagi Peninsula. We stopped in Siglufjordur for a soup and sushi buffet lunch. Here, we had reached the most northerly point of …

Snowblind...again

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Apr 12, 2014

11 photos

4/12/14

Weather this morning was a bit better. West bound and down we tried to take a shortcut to the western peninsula but the road was a bit too snowy. We ended up back on the 1, which was no better, and with blizzard conditions. After testing the snow tires we made it to Bogarnes for lunch at the N1 gas station grill (Iceland's version …

Day 5: Isafjordur to the Strandir coast

A travel blog entry by olindy3 on Sep 17, 2014

7 photos

... does get quite windy there, but that day there was nothing, just still, quiet. The sky was moody and we stopped wherever we felt like, knowing we only had a short drive that afternoon.

We planned to stay at Hotel Reykjanes on the Reykjarfjardhals peninsula. Our guidebook described a giantic pool at the hotel, showers and a campsite.

Along the way we stopped in Heydalur, which was a bit....strange. Okay, ...

The North

A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Aug 05, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... had somehow stuck itself in a low gear ratio but who cares,we're off again at speed. The drive today is excellent, not quite as fantastic as the Western fjords but still incredibly scenic. Lots of lava fields, conical mountains, waterfalls by the dozen, snow capped mountains, etc, etc. Fifteen forty five sees us roll into Husavic, we find a place to park and by sixteen hundred, we're on a three hour whale watching cruise in the Greenland sea. We're ...

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's North to West We Go

A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 17, 2014

20 photos

... construction zone orange in Michigan) vests /jackets.

Shortly after leaving Hvammstang we also left the Ring Road and headed into the West Fjords the most isolated part of Iceland. A couple of fun facts about the West Fjords are they comprise one third of Iceland’s coastline and that’s saying a lot considering Iceland is an island. Another fact is the entire population in the West Fjords is estimated at ...