Iceland's oldest hotel

Facilities & services
  • 10 bedrooms in the old building
  • 9 rooms in the 1940s annex
  • Hot tub

Hotel Tindastóll in Saudárkrókur is the oldest hotels in Iceland having opened at the present location in 1884. It also happens to be one of Iceland’s oldest timber houses, shipped over from Norway and assembled as a general store in 1820.

Completely renovated in 2000, the hotel can accommodate 24 people in ten cosy bedrooms in the old building. Rooms here are traditionally furnished, with timber beams and en suite bathrooms. An adjoining annex dating to the 1940s has 9 further, more modern bedrooms.

There’s a hot tub in the garden area of the hotel, and while there is no restaurant, only a dining room for breakfast, Sauðárkrókur’s three restaurants and bakery are a short walk away.

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