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Hˇtel Anna, Moldn˙pi

There are 5 rooms (18 - 27fm) at the hotel. The size of the hotel makes the service more personal and the guests enjoys the privacy and peacefulness. All the rooms are nicely decorated in romantic stile. They all have private bath with shower, Tv, telephone and minibar.
The cow shed and the stables have been converted into a restaurant which accomodies sixty people, and is called the House of Annie. The name House of Annie minds us of the history of the farm, which dedicated to the author and weaver Annie who spent her childhood here. House of Anna is the dining room at Hotel Anna. The interior is in a soft and romantic style, where guests can experience admosfare of past days, along with an extremely good homemade cooking from the kitchen. All prepared by the owners of the hotel. It has been open for two years now and gests have enjoyed both the special kind of romantic athmosfare and the good homemade cooking offered
Address: Eyjafj÷llum, 860 Hvolsv÷llur
Phone: 487 8955 / 899 5955
Fax: 487 8955
Email: eyjath@isholf.is
Website: www.simnet.is/moldnupur/



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