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Kabelvåg Hotel

Kabelvåg Hotel Photo: DVGL Lofoten
Kabelvåg Hotel Photo: DVGL Lofoten
Kabelvåg Hotell, in the centre of Kabelvåg, is a small and homelike hotel, known for its good standard and nice atmosphere.

Facility overview

  • Breakfast included

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Description

Kabelvåg Hotell, in the centre of Kabelvåg, is a small and homelike hotel, known for its good standard and nice atmosphere. We offer 28 rooms with 56 beds.

Our hotel was built in 1995, in typical Jugend style, that you will find in Kabelvåg.



The village of Kabelvåg has a central location in the heart of Lofoten. 11 km from Svolvær Airport and 5 km from the Coastal Steamer and Coastal Express in Svolvær. The hotel is open from June 1st to August 15th. On request the rest of the year.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • 24 reception
    • café
    • breakfast included
    • infant chair available
  • Season

    • summer
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed

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Kabelvåg Hotel

Kabelvåg Hotell, in the centre of Kabelvåg, is a small and homelike hotel, known for its good standard and nice atmosphere. We offer 28 rooms with 56...

Kabelvåg Hotel

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