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Located centrally in the Faroe Islands, Hósvík is a small, and peaceful village that will give you easy access if you want to travel around the islands. Hósvík is on Streymoy, the largest island of the Faroe Islands, and there is access by car to most other places in the Faroe Islands. Extensive road networks and under-water tunnels give you the freedom to explore various parts of this small archipelago. Regular ferries are in operation to the islands not connected by tunnels or bridges.
Hósvík is 30 km (18.4 miles) from the airport.
About the space:
Available are two double bedrooms, with double-bed or two single-bed, with access to a shared communal space with a kitchen and a bathroom. The price stated is per bedroom. The whole space has been recently renovated to a high standard and offers a perfect space to relax and rejuvenate after a day of exploring.
There is free Wi-Fi and parking.
Located only 30km (18.6 miles) from the capital, Tórshavn, there is ample opportunity to explore the Faroese nightlife with a variety of pubs and restaurants. There are also museums and galleries to visit, and we would recommend a trip to the Nordic House which often has exhibitions of local and international artist, as well as serving delicious, organic food.
Hósvík is also only 40km (25 miles) from Klaksvik and the northern islands, where there are plenty of attractions and beautiful nature walks. Here you can also experience driving through the under-water tunnel and see the light installations by the Faroese artist Tróndur Patursson.
Hósvík is a beautiful location, surrounded by mountains and there are two impressive waterfalls. There are stories and legends about huldufólk (elves) living behind one of the waterfalls, so you might perhaps meet them if you take a wander through the village?
The host is a keen and very skilled photographer and will gladly offer you tips on where to go to get the best memories from your trip. The host will also arrange photo-trips if you are interested. This would induce a separate fee to be arranged with the host prior to the trip. The host offers to arrange and be your guide on a day-trip to the southernmost island, Suðuroy. This would be on a Saturday, where you would take the ferry to Suðuroy from Tórshavn at 8am and be back at 9pm, giving you a full day to explore the island and all its exceptionally beautiful nature.