Fisherman Guesthouse Sudureyri is an inviting guest house located in the scenic fishing village of Sudureyri on Iceland’s Westfjords peninsula. It boasts a seasonal seafood restaurant and bar that guests have found particularly delightful. Both private and shared bathroom options are available to guests, all accommodations being equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, a work desk, and an in-room washbasin. The spacious dining area within the Sudureyri Fisherman Guesthouse's café is well-appointed with modern furnishings and a flat-screen TV. They offer a diversified dining experience with an à la carte dinner menu during the summer and a daily fish special for the rest of the year. The guesthouse's strategic location offers easy access to the town of Isafjordur through a mountain tunnel and is in proximity to public transport and a public outdoor swimming pool.
Guest reviews laud the guesthouse for its spacious and clean rooms, with many appreciating the quality of both breakfast and dinner. The efficient and kind-hearted staff have been highlighted multiple times, especially their quick and helpful response during emergencies. However, some guests mentioned concerns such as a single room with a damp odor, waiting times for bathrooms, limited charging sockets, and a persistent glow from bedroom lights. Yet, the overall sentiment suggests a positive experience, with the quiet ambiance of the village and the hotel's restaurant receiving particular praise. Some reviews also pointed out the guesthouse's great value for money, comfortable rooms, and the added benefit of it being the sole hotel and restaurant in the village.