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Varmahlíð

Varmahlíð

Varmahlíðarskóli

GPS Points N65° 33' 12.331" W19° 27' 2.510"
Telephone

+354 453-8824

Opening period All year
Categories Swimming Pools

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Lauftún
Sleeping bag accommodation
  • Seyluhreppur
  • 560 Varmahlíð
  • 453-8133, 894-4043
Syðra-Skörðugil Guesthouse
Farm Holidays
  • Syðra-Skörðugil
  • 560 Varmahlíð
  • 893-8140
Hofsstaðir
Farm Holidays
  • Hofsstaðir
  • 551 Sauðárkrókur
  • 453-6555, 898-6665, 849-6655
Húnaver
Sleeping bag accommodation
  • Bólstaðarhlíðarhreppur
  • 541 Blönduós
  • 452-7110
Brennigerði
Bed & Breakfast
  • Brennigerði
  • 551 Sauðárkrókur
  • 453-5521, 867-5575, 847-0579
Glæsibær
Sleeping bag accommodation
  • Skagafjörður
  • 551 Sauðárkrókur
  • 892-5530, 453-5530
Steinsstaðir Travel Service
Guesthouses
  • Lambeyri Steinstaðabyggð
  • 560 Varmahlíð
  • 899-8762, 453-8812
Sydsta-Grund
Cottages
  • Syðsta-Grund
  • 560 Varmahlíð
  • 453-8262, 846-9182
Árgarður Comunity Center
Sleeping bag accommodation
  • Steinstaðahverfi
  • 551 Sauðárkrókur
  • 453-8030, 843-8030
Guesthouse at Trod
Cottages
  • Tröð
  • 551 Sauðárkrókur
  • 453-5225, 860-4100
Gil
Bed & Breakfast
  • 453-6780, 849-6701
History and Culture
2.22 km
Víðimýrarkirkja church

Víðimýrarkirkja church is one of the few preserved turf churches in Iceland. At the beginning of the 20th century its fate was uncertain, but luckily the immense cultural value of the building was recognised in time, and the National Museum of Iceland became responsible for its renovation. The church was built in 1834 and has turf walls, but timber gables both back and front.

History and Culture
7.84 km
Glaumbaer

The Glaumbær Farm first exhibition was opened in 1952, but the farm had served as a dwelling until 1947. The old turf farmhouse forms the backdrop for exhibitions focusing on rural life in 18th- and 19th-century Iceland. On the museum grounds at Glaumbær, there are also two 19th-century timber houses, Áshús and Gilsstofa. These are good examples of the first timber houses built in the region. Áshús contains exhibitions and the Tea Room Áskaffi, which serves traditional light Icelandic fare. Full meals are available if booked in advance. Gilstofa, at present, contains the Museum´s administrative offices. Together these three buildings are a powerful reminder of 18th- and 19th-century life in rural Iceland.

North Iceland

Towns & Villages

Society and the economy have many faces. Whereas agriculture is the mainstay of rural areas, the towns depend upon fishing, industry, trade and a range of services, with each village having its own characteristics though they all prove hospitable hosts. 
The availability of food and accommodation and the possibilities at every location for recreation and entertainment make hopping between the villages informative as well as fun.   
In every case, the residents are lively and ready to celebrate.

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