It is being rebuilt and is not open to visitors. Árbær turf house was built in around 1890-1918 and was reconstructed in 1968. Iceland's third president, Kristján Eldjárn, who was the Director of the National Museum of Iceland prior to becoming our president, described this church as being the most clear-cut and beautiful relics of old Icelandic architecture there is. A similar, or so we believe, turf church stood on this spot during Viking time, some 1000 years ago. Litlibær is open during the summertime from mid-May until the beginning of September. Núpsstaður turf outhouse in South-Iceland. The mysterious white house on the island of Elliðaey. Steingrímsfjarðarheiði turf hospice in the Westfjords of Iceland. The ruins had been hidden under the tephra for 835 years when they were unearthed. These turf houses are now under the supervision of the Cultural Heritage Agency. This cyclops turf outhouse I found by the main street in Stokkseyri village in South-Iceland, the same village where Þuríðarbúð fishermen's cottage is located. The small farm is called Gullbringa and the small turf house from 1884 is called Arngrímsstofa. At the exhibition, you will see photos of lost turf houses, and if you are anything like I, then be prepared to spend an hour at the photo exhibition ;), Inside Íslenski bærinn turf house at Austur-Meðalholt in South-Iceland. This beautiful turf church was erected in 1858 and fits 60 people. The oldest turf outhouse in Iceland is to be found in the remote Kollsvík in the Westfjords of Iceland. I have also written another travel-blog about Viking Ruins and Burial Mounds I have visited on my Travels in Iceland - which is a list of all the archaeological sites and burial mounds, which I have visited in Iceland. The historical Skálholt Episcopal See in South-Iceland, Herjólfsbærinn - Herjólfur's old farmstead. Two couples had been assigned this land and they erected Litlibær turf house together. Barmar turf house is a privately owned turf house in the southern part of the Westfjords of Iceland. The stable has now been turned into a service centre for tourists. One of the best places to visit in Iceland to see something from the Icelandic history. In Fljótsdalur in East-Iceland I visited the only turf-outhouses which are still in use, to my knowledge, Langhús. Inside Selið turf house in Skaftafell in South-Iceland. Be on the look-out for turf outhouses, you never know when you are going to spot one :), Turf outhouses at Kálfafellskot in South-Iceland. See more ideas about Iceland, Iceland travel, Iceland island. Close to the hypothetical turf farm, you can visit the excavated ruins of the real farm. If you like them you should be able to find them easily in Iceland in summer. We have reviews of the best places to see in Iceland. It is an old hospice - sæluhús in Icelandic, built in 1923. It is one of the very few inhabited turf houses in Iceland. Lómagnúpur. Þorfinnur karlsefni and his wife Guðríður Þorbjarnardóttir, who lived here in the 10th century after returning from America. The old Þorláksbúð was built in 1527 after the timber church Árnakirkja burnt down and was in use from around 1530-1784. The biggest turf church in Iceland, Saurbæjarkirkja, can be found in the innermost part of Eyjafjörður fjord in North-Iceland. Þjóðveldisbærinn is open as a museum in the summertime. Skúli's turf house was built from 1743-1745 and rebuilt in 1955 and again in 1989-1990. The above turf outhouses are also to be found in South-Iceland, by the farm Kálfafellskot. There you will find 2 turf outhouses remaining out of a cluster of 6 outhouses. Ljósmyndasafn Reykjavíkur - the Reykjavík Museum of Photography, Þjóðminjasafnið - the National Museum of Iceland, the Icelandic Museum of Witchcraft and Sorcery, Byggðasafn Árnesinga - the Árnessýsla Heritage Museum, Vatnsfjörður in the Westfjords of Iceland - the Viking Estate and Grettisvarða Cairn, Viking Ruins and Burial Mounds I have visited on my Travels in Iceland. It is located some 8 km west of Reykhólar. I have written more in another travel-blog: Núpsstaður Turf Church and Mt. Off the beaten path in Skagafjörður at Kjálki, you will find a privately owned turf house, Tyrfingsstaðir turf house. Geirsstaðakirkja turf church in East-Iceland. It is off the beaten path and is currently under repair so it is closed to visitors. Opening photo: Skógar museum in the wintertime. In 2017, this put the average house price in Iceland at between 40-50 million ISK, which is upwards of â¬300,000. In a fishing village in Iceland, a boy develops feelings for his best friend as his best friend pursues his affections for a girl. Here you can experience how people lived some 1000 years ago during the time of the Settlement of Iceland. Also, see how many turf outhouses you can spot in the landscape. This longhouse was built to the liking of the Viking ruins at Stöng, which are in the vicinity, but much less accessible. I visited another set of turf outhouses in East-Iceland at Hjarðarhagi farm in Jökuldalur valley. The hypothetical stave church was built in the year 2000. It is built of turf from Víðimýri and driftwood from the nearby Skagi. I must say that he looks really authentic dressed in this way ;), Stekkjarkot workingman's cottage in SW-Iceland. A turf outhouse in Stokkseyri in South-Iceland. I popped in for a quick look around and it is both cosy and modern looking. The simply furnished rooms at Dilksnes Guesthouse all include a desk and â¦ It is a old house with a good soul. This hut (photo above), which is made of turf, rocks and driftwood is located in Hveravellir in the highlands of Iceland. The turf house is open daily from 8:00-18:00 - please tread carefully. In it lived and worked the noted Arngrímur Gíslason, folk artist (1829-1887), who built the turf house himself of turf, rock and timber. The 10 Best Holiday Rentals in Iceland. Which was essential during the long cold winters of Iceland. They are in bloom and visible almost wherever you drive aro, On my search for turf houses around Iceland, I visited Sænautasel hypothetical turf house on Jökuldalsheiði heath in the highland of Iceland. The houses resemble Saurbæjarkirkja turf church. Best Farm Stays in Iceland, Europe: See traveler reviews, candid photos and great deals on farmhouses in Iceland on Tripadvisor. Hjallur is open to visitors. Ingólfsfjall and Ingólfsskáli Turf Longhouse in South-Iceland, The turf house at Efri-Vík by Landbrot in South-Iceland. But we still have a fair amount of them and several of the big turf houses now serve as a museum. I have been following the reconstruction for some years now and my last photo of Stóru-Akrar turf house was taken in the summer of 2017. Address: Mýrargata 2, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland; Price Range: Medium â High ; Although many of the best bars are in Reykjavik, there are plenty of them all around Iceland. The turf outhouse closer to us in the photo was built in 1957 or 1958 and the adjacent turf outhouse further away was built in 1970, both of them with the traditional building methods of turf, wood and rocks. The scenery can be quite amazing as the sun sets into the ocean. If you visit it be very careful. I quite like this little turf-house, built of wood and turf and to me it stands there as a reminder of earlier building styles. Björk. At Keldur turf house in South-Iceland, you will find this 120-year-old cute little turf mill house (photo above), which is located down by the Króktúnslækur creek and runs on hydroelectric power. Grafarkirkja turf church in North-Iceland - is the oldest of Iceland's turf churches and closed to the public for its preservation. Bustarfell turf house, which has belonged to the National Museum of Iceland since 1943, is now a museum open to visitors in the summertime. In this travel-blog, I am going to show you all of the original turf houses - the turf churches, the latter time turf houses, hypothetical turf houses, turf outhouses, turf fishermen's huts, turf sheds and more turf structures, which I have visited on my travels in my country. I am often asked where the turf houses are located, which ones are the 'original' turf houses and which ones are latter-time turf houses - and which ones are turf outhouses. Stekkjarkot was rebuilt in 1993. Hofskirkja turf church in Öræfi in SE-Iceland is the last one of the remaining turf churches to be built in this beautiful turf style. Grótta Lighthouse A lighthouse has existed at Grótta since as early as 1897; before that, a historic farmstead can be dated to the area as early as the 16th century. Find what to do today or anytime in December. Inside Sænautasel turf house in East-Iceland. Best Dining in Iceland: See 230,411 Tripadvisor traveler reviews of 1,180 Iceland restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more. The inhabitants would often sleep two and two in a bed together, half sitting up. Ingólfsskáli turf longhouse in South-Iceland. And in 2018 a turf house retreat was opened in Biskupstungur in South-Iceland. These sheds were mainly used for drying fish and keeping fishing gear. Iceland experienced strong house price rises in recent years, mainly driven by booming tourism and robust economic growth. And the dilapidated turf house (photo below) I encountered on my travels while driving on a smaller road just before I reached the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Ingólfsskáli has got timber-panelled concrete walls and outer walls made of turf. Life for the small number of people who braved the elements here in the 18th and 19th centuries was grueling and lonely, and they lived primarily on fish and puffin, Elliðaey’s principal food source. We donated his collection of photos and films to Ljósmyndasafn Reykjavíkur - the Reykjavík Museum of Photography and somehow this photo from our private collection got mixed in with the other photos, so it has got the logo of the museum. In Iceland, house rentals are the most common accommodation type. Torfhúsin á Hjarðarhaga - the turf houses of Hjarðarhagi farm in East-Iceland. The turf houses accommodate 14 people. in 1975-1977 and again in 1985, 1994 and 2000. All over Iceland, you will still find a lot of turf outhouses, many of which have become really dilapidated. However, there is no connection between the singer and the uninhabited island of Elliðaey in the Vestmannaejar peninsula. Elliðaey is part of the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago off of Iceland’s southern coast. Everybody wore woollen clothes in the olden days to keep the cold out. My great-grandfather, Bjarni Benediktsson, was born in this turf house. I had a look around and hope he doesn't mind me posting photos of his amazing turf outhouses in my travel-blog. I haven't visited it yet, but you can see photos here. Galtastaðir-fram in East-Iceland is a small turf farm, which has belonged to the National Museum of Iceland since 1976. I have written a travel-blog about the beautiful Skaftafell with a section about Selið turf house: Svartifoss & other astonishing Attractions in Skaftafell in South-Iceland, Reynistaður turf house in Skagafjörður in North-Iceland. We have several latter time & rebuilt turf houses in Iceland, which are either built in the traditional way or only made to look like turf houses but built with modern-day building material. Brekka - A Quality Cottage with a View. Geirsstaðakirkja Turf Church in East-Iceland - a Replica of an old Turf Church. Hofsstaðir in Skagafjörður was erected in 1906 and totally rebuilt in 1997-2001. There are hundreds of apartments and houses to rent across Iceland, ranging from stylish flats in Reykjavik to summer cottages in â¦ In the Mývatn area by Lake Grænavatn, you will find a beautiful turf house called Grænavatn turf house or Green lake turf house. Elliðaey (left) and Bjarnarey (right). I have not written a separate travel-blog on Reynistaður, so I went into some detail here. Photo by deep_schismic CC BY-SA 2.0. The turf house was abandoned in 1967 around the time the last inhabitants of turf houses in Iceland moved out. In Svartárdalur valley in North-Iceland, you will find two abandoned turf farms made of driftwood with a turf roof. Sænautasel turf house, on Jökuldalsheiði heath in the highlands of Iceland, is a lovely looking turf house. Turf houses have to be maintained frequently and in 1997-2000 Nýibær got a makeover. Now I am going to show you the turf churches in Iceland. If youâre after amazing ambience,Iceland-style, check out Cafe Babalú and Stofan (below). If you look closely at the photo you will see two other turf outhouses further away. In my travel-blog about Laugardalur, you will see winter photos of the turf house in Laugardalur, but the turf houses look very lovely with snow on top. 4 Bdrm House For Sale ISK 4,914,525. Þorláksbúð is a hypothesis turf house at the historical episcopal See Skálholt in South-Iceland. Reyhólar and the surrounding areas where I include Barmar turf house. Before his death, Gissur donated Reynistaður to a nunnery and from 1295-1552 a cloister was located here. The hypothesis turf house stands next to the modern-looking Cathedral of Skálholt. Hrafnseyri is the birth-place of our national hero Jón Sigurðsson, and the turf house is a hypothetical replica of the turf farm in which Jón was born. Building a turf house was the traditional way here in Iceland. And one of the casualties of Haugsnesbardagi battle in 1246, Brandur Kolbeinsson, lived here. I visited Dalshöfði at Easter when we had quite a lot of snow, but the turf houses look so lovely in the snow, don't you think? I had passed it several times before I decided on stopping and checking it out. Nýibær has belonged to the National Museum of Iceland since 1956, which reconstructed it and opened it to the public in 1958. Far enough away though to look like a hobbit house in the distance. See much more information and photos in my travel-blog, including which great people lived at Keldur: Keldur Turf House in South-Iceland - is this the oldest House in Iceland? My photos of the church were taken some years back when it was still open. Seeing that I search for turf houses on my travels around my country, I was in awe when I checked out the huge turf houses at Langhús. I highly recommend visiting this museum while in Reykjavík! You can sit by the longfire, dress up in a Viking costume and handle Viking weapons. In 1958-1960 it was repaired and reconsecrated. Inside Saurbæjarkirkja turf church in North-Iceland. The hypothesis house shows us what we believe that the oldest type of turf houses in Iceland looked like in the 10th century. The growing economy, two reductions in interest rates and an increasing involvement of foreign investors help explain a 9% increase in average prices for property for sale in Iceland over the last twelve months. Reykjavik. At the so-called kvöldvaka, one member of the household would read out loud for the others while they knitted, weaved and spun the wool. It offers free WiFi, scenic views of the surrounding nature and a furnished terrace in the garden. I have noticed that some people take this to be the turf church and I can understand why as it is also a pretty turf house, but the turf church is bigger. It is special in a way that it is a rebuild of an older church, which was built in 1842. Another well-known fishermen's hut is the hypothetical Þuríðarbúð in Stokkseyri village in South-Iceland. The cottage was built on another farmer's land and the occupants rented the cottage from the farmer. Unfortunately, according to news.com.au, the reality is far less exciting than these rumors might suggest. Grafarkirkja belongs to the National Museum of Iceland and is a part of their Historic Buildings Collection. In reality, however, Bjork had made no such request and the rumor was swiftly debunked. This our "newest" original turf church is made out of rocks (the walls) and stone slabs with turf (the roof). House For Sale. At night, the inhabitants gathered in the baðstofa (sitting room), where they ate, did handiwork and slept. Barmar had become dilapidated in 1925, but the owner and his neighbours restored it to its original form. According to one popular rumor, first reported in The Independent, the Icelandic government gifted the island to pop sensation Bjork at some point in the early 20th century. 2,247 out of the 4,565 listed accommodations in Iceland are house rentals.They account for one-third of the accommodation options in this destination (38.2%).In addition, these vacation accommodations have a median size of 750 ft² and a median price of $217 a night. Archaeological excavations in 1971-1983 unearthed 8 turf houses from 4-5 periods. The turf house at the historical Hólar in Hjaltadalur is called Nýibær - New Farm and was built in 1860. It was erected sometimes between 1925-1930 by the farmers of the Mývatn area as a shelter for the shepherds searching for sheep in the highlands. The original turf houses are delicate though and cannot withstand too much traffic, so we must preserve them the best we can. My grandmother is the only one of my grandparents who was born in a turf house, but she was born in 1923 in a very remote valley in the Westfjords of Iceland. Laufás turf farm was built in 1866-1877 and here was a wealthy vicarage and a manor. This beautiful little turf outhouse is also to be found at Kollsvík, it is the same turf outhouse which can be seen really far away in my photo above. Never have I seen such huge turf outhouses. You will notice lovely baroque style carvings on the wooden roof trims of Grafarkirkja. While Elliðaey may not be home to an eccentric billionaire or a music legend, it remains heaven for bird life. It is open to visitors from 8:00-18:00. The photos I post here are of the turf outhouses at Núpsstaður. Aug 26, 2016 - Explore Gail Thomas's board "A house in Iceland / Ísland", followed by 385 people on Pinterest. The Sorcerer's Cottage in the Westfjords of Iceland. Check them out on Facebook. These brightly blue-painted turf outhouses I found at Vallarhjáleiga in Flóahreppur in South-Iceland, but a relative of mine owns this land. Behind the turf house, you will find a distinctive looking old turf barn, which might be around 160 years old. Glymur Waterfall is considered as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland. It is under the care of Byggðasafn Árnesinga - the Árnessýsla Heritage Museum and is open to visitors. In this travel-blog, I list them with a short description and a link to the travel-blog in question, where you will see many more photos and get much more information on each individual turf house, with directions on how to reach those turf houses, which are open to the public. 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