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Ytra Lón Farm Lodge

Ytra Lón Farm Lodge is situated in the midst of Langanes Peninsula, on the far reaches of one of Iceland's most remote corners. 14 km northeast of Þórshöfn on road nr. 869.

There are flight connections between Akureyri and Þórshöfn Mondays - Fridays, bookable at https://www.airicelandconnect.com/destinations/iceland/thorshofn . Guests are picked up from Þórshöfn for a reasonable fee.

When you arrive with your own transportation in Seyðisfjörður by Smyril Line itʼs a 3-hour drive to Ytra Lón.

In our Lodge we offer accommodation in 9 studio apartments for those who share our passion for nature and are looking for a quiet, tranquil environment. The apartments are equipped with bathroom and kitchen, everything you need for a comfortable stay for as long as you like. As extra service we offer breakfast buffet and Farm-To-Table dinner with local and homemade products, a taste of Iceland. For dinner our specialty is lamb meat from our farm or fresh trout from the lake.

  • Veranda with furniture, gas BBQ and a hot tub
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking
  • Sightseeing on the farm
  • Free trout fishing in lake Ytra Lón / fly fishing licenses for sale in Lónsá river
  • Collecting eggs in the cliffs of Skoruvík 15/5-10/6
  • Daytours to Langanes peninsula from 2 1/2 - 5 hours
  • Hiking tours
  • Retreats
Ytra Lón Farm Lodge

Langanes

GPS Points N66° 14' 46.332" W15° 9' 6.481"
Telephone

+354 846-6448

Accommodation 9 Aparments
Opening period All year
Service Dogs allowed Smoking not allowed Walking path Bird watching Hotel / guesthouse Seal colony Restaurant Fishing permits Cooking facilities Hot pot Grocery store Handy craft for sale Airport Play ground Breakfast only

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Nature
10.79 km
Langanes

Langanes is a narrow peninsula between Þistilfjordur and Bakkafloi shaped like a goose with a very large head. This area is about as wild as coastal Iceland gets, perfect for exploring off the beaten track. A rough road goes to the tip named Fontur. On the north and south of the tip there are steep sea cliffs, Skoruvikurbjarg and Skalavikurbjarg. The Langanes peninsula is know for its rich birdlife, and a very good birdwatching spots where it is possible to watch the Gannet and Brünnichs Guillermot from land.

North Iceland

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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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