Edda Hotel Isafjordur

Address: Torfnesi, Isafjördur, 400, Iceland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Torfnesi, Isafjördur, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free parking


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        TripAdvisor Reviews Edda Hotel Isafjordur Isafjördur

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Isafjördur

        We Say Good-bye to Iceland

        A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 20, 2015

        8 photos

        We arrived in Isafjordur at 8:00. The town of 3000 is in the far northwest of Iceland, the oldest part of the country, geologically. The weather looked pretty bad. It was windy, rainy and only about 45 degrees. But we were scheduled to go on a tour with BS-Tours (www.bstours.is) to Dynjandi waterfall. The tour was organized by Stephen, whom I had met through the Cruise Critic roll call, and was scheduled to leave at 9:00 AM. We went out at 8:45 ...

        The Westfjords

        A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jul 13, 2015

        2 comments, 18 photos

        Apparently only 2 percent of tourists in Iceland travel to the Westfjords area i.e. the large area of fjords in the north-west corner of Iceland. The peninsula is like a many fingered hand pointing north and is not part of the Highway 1 Circle Route.

        But it is on our route and today we started that ...

        On the way to Prague

        A travel blog entry by johnandmay on Jun 06, 2015

        3 comments, 10 photos

        ... erupted on the outskirts of the town and the islanders were forced to abandon their homes and flee to the mainland. As it was stormy, the fishing fleet was in port so they were able to take everyone to safety.6 months later when the volcano was dormant, the islanders returned to rebuild their homes on an island that was now 20 percent larger. This huge lava flow was visible from the ship...it almost closed off the harbour entrance. The lava flow is still barren and Has little ...

        The Faroes and Iceland

        A travel blog entry by johnandmay on May 30, 2015

        3 comments, 9 photos

        ... Virgur Is, a small Is that's been farmed by the same family for 150 years. It hosts the largest Puffin colony of 45,000 birds. They are so cute, they dig burrows 2m deep to raise their chicks ......complete with a separate part for a toilet!! The Icelanders kill and eat 9,000 per yr. They are a local delicacy. Seems alarming to us but guess it's not too different from harvesting Muttonbirds. There were Eider ducks nesting close to where we ...

        West Fjords Day 1

        A travel blog entry by nesstrav on May 27, 2015

        11 photos

        ... white pass and finding a sod roofed building that we are both pretty sure is proof that we are beyond The Wall (Game of Thrones reference), and stopping in for some delicious coffee at one of the oldest homes in Iceland. The sweet little lady who served us could not have been more adorable, and neither could the house. Lots and lots of old family photos lined the room we had our TINY cups of coffee in, and we loved ...