Perched on the rocky shoreline, offering picturesque views over Nolsoy fjord and the farmsteads beyond, this former Danish Navy Commodores house is now a charming boutique hotel. Combine eco-conscious shore-side living with the bustling vibrancy of city living, where expansive views of the far-flung Faroe's are met with direct access to the tiny capital of Torshavn.
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On the stony shores of Nolsoy fjord in the Faroe Islands, this seaside hotel is a portal into life on the enchanting archipelago.
Havgrim is the only boutique hotel in the country's tiny capital, Torshavn. A collection of 14 light-filled rooms offer expansive views of wild waters and charming farmsteads nearby.
Once a Danish Navy Commodores house, the outpost's restoration retains its character and welcomes a sustainable edge. From eco-friendly toiletries to locally sourced ingredients on the menu, and its own geothermal energy supply, rest assured that Havgrim holds the preservation of the Faroe's natural environment at its forefront.
Being within walking distance of the capital, guests can explore the charming harbour and wander the cobbled streets where vibrantly painted houses, fantastic restaurants, markets and quaint cafe's await. The hotel's central location makes it the perfect base for exploring the wildly rural corners of the islands.
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Havgrim Seaside Hotel 1948 | Torshavn | Faroe Islands