Your accommodation when travelling to Husavik
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Guesthouse in Husavik, North Iceland.
Guesthouse Arbol is your Accommodation when travelling to Husavik.
Árból is a particularly beautiful and pleasant guest house located by the stream Búðará in the west corner of the village park. The house was built in 1903 and there is an aura of warmth and refinement about it which reflects its long and proud history as a residence for the district governor.
The rooms, which accommodate 1-4 persons and have all undergone a thorough restoration, truly add to the pleasant atmosphere of the house. A good breakfast is served in the dining room between 08:00 and 10:00. A stay at Árból Guesthouse is refreshing. The beautiful surroundings, the friendly landlords and, last but not least, a good breakfast ensure you a good, relaxing holiday.
Whale watching from Husavik
Who is watching who? An unforgettable trip in an old, modified fishing craft through one of Iceland's most superb whale-grounds. North Sailing Whale-watching is an award-winning company enjoying huge popularity amongst visitors to Iceland. Dreams have become reality on sailing trips aboard our beautiful oak boats. Many remember for example, the young British cancer patient Curtis, who, faced with terminal illness, clung to a final wish – to see a whale. On Knörrinn, one glorious June evening, as the sun’s rays were reflected in the northern seas of Skjálfandaflóa, a boy’s dream was realised. Curtis died on the plane returning to England.
The town of Husavik north Iceland
Husavik has just, in three years, become the whale-watching town of Iceland and one of Europe's greatest whale watching destinations.
The last three years whales have been spotted in 99,7% of all tours and the Species of cetaceans seen these last three years include Blue whales, Fin Whales, Humpback whales, Northern bottlenose whales, Mink whales, White beaked Dolphins and Harbour Porpoises. Husavik is truly an environmental friendly town. All houses are heated with geothermal water. The industry uses the geothermal water for heating or drying their products, rather than using polluting oil or Coals. The picture is of the church of Husavik, one of the prettiest church in Iceland.
Activities in and around Husavik - Lake Myvatn
Lake Myvatn one of the most popular tourist resort in Iceland is only 45 min. drive away, the area is known for its spectacular nature and rich bird life. The lake is Iceland's fourth largest. Also located near Myvatn are Dimmuborgir, extraordinary lava formations; Namaskard, solfataras (sulphurous mud springs) and fumaroles (steam springs)
Aproximatly 45 min. drive to the southwest is the beautiful Godafoss in the glacial river Skjalfandafljot. On the way one can stop to visit The Transportaion Museum at Ystafell which opened a special exhibition in year 2000.
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