about us



Broddanes is named after the rocks, Broddar, which are located at the very end of Ennisháls, right between Kollafjörður and Bitrufjörður.

The Sagas tell us that the first settler in Broddanes, Broddi is buried right next to the Broddar rocks. The remains of his alleged grave can still be seen there.



The nature in the Broddanes area is very special. The coastline is diverse with small peninsulas and bays, creeks, islets and skerries. The wildlife is at the same time unique. Seals swim along the coastline and there is great opportunity to see various species of birds such as puffins, eider ducks, black guillemots, ringed plovers, skuas and fulmars to name a few.



Accommodation is offered on the ground floor of the house where you find double room and family rooms with bunk beds for 4 people and 6 people. You can also rent the entire ground floor. You can also enjoy a well equipped and good shared kitchen and a large and spacious dining area as well as a lounge and billiard table. Shared toiletts and showers are both upstairs and downstairs.



It is safe to say that the wildlife in Broddanes is diverse where one can find many species of birds as well as seals.In the Broddanes area one can almost always see seals that lie on their bellies on the skerries along the coastline or off the shore.



Broddanes is a bird watching paradise. Puffins, eider ducks, black guillemots, ringed plovers, skuas, fulmars and otherfeathered friends are common in the area while seals hang about on the coastline.



The guesthouse is open from June 1st through September 15th and during this period the reception is open daily from 17:00-21:00. Outside these hours the staff can normally be reached by cell phone.