Húsavík Guesthouse is a family run guesthouse in Húsavík, a fishing village on the north coast of Iceland. The guesthouse has 8 rooms and can accommodate up to 18 people. The same family runs the Húsavík Cape Hotel just up the street where guests check-in when they arrive. Guests staying at Húsavík Guesthouse enjoy free breakfast at the Cape Hotel.
The house was originally built in 1947 as a home for people who had lived on the Flatey island on Skjálfandi bay. The owners had extra rooms to accommodate people from the island while visiting Húsavík, the nearest community on land.
In 2009, a family that had lived in the house from 1982 til 1999 started converting it into a guesthouse that opened in 2010. In 2012, the same family converted an old fish factory at the end of the street into a small hotel with 20 rooms.
Húsavík Guesthouse is an ideal budget accommodation in Húsavík. If you seek lower prices, you can also check out Húsavík Hostel.