We travelled around Iceland quite extensively and found that what really made the trip unique for us was places like this. If you want a 4* hotel you'll probably stay in Reykjavik, but if you want to experience the Iceland that the tourists don't get bussed to, then you'll probably find few places better than this. It's a tiny community, perhaps 10Km from the boat that brings you over to the Westfjords, of farmers and fishermen that are as Icelandic as it gets but aren't especially wealthy so, as you should expect, the accommodation isn't 4*. We found it perfectly clean and tidy, amazing views, and brilliant hosts. Roggi and Heither are amazingly energetic. They're the local guides and seem to know all the walking routes through the hills and valleys in this part of the Westfjords, so they're fantastic hosts if, like us, you're walkers. They provided a great array of food, including fish brought that morning from the local Artic Char fish farm, owned by Heither's father. The meal, in itself, justified the stop over here. The hidden natural hotspring swimming pool near the pool is another amizing find that we'd have driven past, if we'd not stopped here. So, the accommodation isn't flash but the price, for Iceland, makes it great value and we'd certainly be happy to stop there again if we returned to that part of Iceland.