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Located on the east coast of Iceland, the village of Faskrudsfjordur is celebrated for its majestic nature and beautiful scenery. Fosshotel Eastfjords operates in 4 historic buildings previously made for French fishermen in the years between 1898-1907. The most famous of them is the French hospital, built in 1903. In 1939, the house was disassembled, moved and became deserted for almost 50 years. In 2008, a decision was made to reassemble it at its original location. The hospital has 13 rooms of the total 47 rooms at the hotel. The Doctor’s house, located across from the French hospital, hosts the reception, and the Chapel, built in 1898, is alongside the reception hosting 4 rooms. In 2016, the hotel’s renovations received the European Heritage Awards from the European Commission and Europa Nostra. The hotel also boasts L’Abri, a French-inspired restaurant and a museum devoted to the french fishermen whom originally owned the property.

Each of the 47 guestrooms, comprising of 39 twins, 6 double and 2 single rooms, offer spacious comfort and en-suite facilities

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Phone 
  • Coffee/tea maker 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Shower only 
  • Hair dryer (on request) 
  • Television 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Partially open bathroom 

Continental breakfasts are available for a surcharge and are served each morning between 7 AM and 10 AM.

L’Abri Restaurant

The on-site French inspired restaurant, L’Abri, is devoted to the French fishermen whom originally owned the property and serves up a variety of delectable French and Nordic cuisine.

On the Map: Iceland´s capital Reykjavík is the world’s most northerly capital and Europe’s most westerly capital. Located in southwestern Iceland, spread across a peninsula with panoramic views of the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Reykjavik is the centre of Iceland’s government, administration, and economic activity.

Designated UNESCO City of Literature 2011, Reykjavik is also home to Iceland’s main cultural institutions. It has a flourishing arts scene and is renowned as a vibrant, creative city with a great range of cultural events and a dynamic grassroots arena. Reykjavik is diverse, friendly, energetic, beautiful, and famed for its bold design and architecture, chic shopping, great restaurants, notoriously “enthusiastic” nightlife, and wintertime ambiance of sheer magic.

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