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Home Away from Home
Hjá Marlín’s hostel and café encourage you to stay longer
On a residential street in Reyðarfjörður stand three houses that belong to Hjá Marlín, less of a hostel and more of a home away from home.
With fifteen rooms that can sleep one to three people each and options for sleeping bag or made up beds, Hjá Marlín’s friendly atmosphere will encourage travellers to stay in Reyðarfjörður just that little bit longer.
Each house has a living room with its own library, television, and a selection of DVDs. One of the houses has a sauna installed for much needed relief of tired muscles after a long day spent hiking. Guests can prepare their own meals in a spacious kitchen or decide to head over to the restaurant and café to try the café´s speciality, real Belgian waffles made by Marleen, who is herself Belgian and who owns the hostel with her husband. Two larger rooms open onto a balcony and other guests can enjoy a house balcony to view the ranges of mountains that surround Reyðarfjörður.



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