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Erpsstaðir Travel service

Erpsstadir is a dairy farm in Northwest Iceland, run by farmer Thorgrimur Einar Gudbjartsson and his family. Erpsstaðir are best known for their ice cream but they also produce the Icelandic Skyr, caraway cheese, white and wet cheese and various other dairy products which the "Cream Shop" at Erpsstaðir processes. All the milk for the production is from the dairy cows on the farm. For other ingredient we strives to use local, seasonal flavors whenever possible, such as rhubarb, dandelion honey, and blueberries from the Westfjords. The farmers at Erpsstaðir are pleased to offer visitors the chance to take a closer look at the world of milk production by seeing and learning of different shape the milk can take. Here you can experience a real Icelandic farm and buy homemade artisan dairy products firsthand. We are not distributing the products widely so far the best bet is to access the products directly from the farm.

Open daily May 12th - May 31st from 13:00 to 17:00, 1st June - 13th August from 12:00 to 18:00 and August 14th - September 30th from 13:00 to 17:00.

At other times call 868 0357 to arrange a visit.

Erpsstaðir Travel service

Erpsstaðir, Miðdölum

GPS Points N65° 0' 10.605" W21° 37' 38.101"
Telephone

868-0357

843-0357

Accommodation 3 Rooms / 6 Beds
Opening period 12/05 - 30/09
Service Picnik area Dogs allowed Open year round Accessible for the phisically impared Smoking not allowed Wheel chair accessible Place of interest Place of interest Walking path Cottage rental Bird watching Viewing point Coffe shop Restaurant Cooking facilities Internet access Washing machine Hot pot Handy craft for sale Tourist farm Credit cards accepted Play ground

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