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Lómatjörn Accommodation

An old original well maintained farmhouse with 6 bedrooms. Additional Dining area for about thirty people. A hot tub outside the house with a mountain view.

Lómatjörn Accommodation

Lómatjörn

GPS Points N65° 55' 3.263" W18° 4' 50.329"
Telephone

+354 896-0847

Opening period 01/05 - 31/10
Categories Bed & Breakfast

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