Bustarfell in Vopnafjörður, East Iceland is one of best preserved turf houses in Iceland. Built 1770 and inhabited until 1966.
Today the old turf hosue is a museum that shows clearly the lifestyle changes that occured from the time it was buildt until the family moved into a "new house" in 1966. Guests can follow the difference in the standards for quality, for example when there came running water into the house, and a heating system.
You can read more about Bustarfell and surrounding area at page 384 in the Iceland Road Guide book.