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Laukvik

Skippergården Midnightsun Camping

Experience the magic of the midnight sun at Skippergaarden Camping.
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Reine

Eliassen Hostel

Welcome to Eliassen Rorbuer & Guesthouse - a holiday resort with fishermen’s cabins & hostel rooms, enjoying the longest tradition in the tourist industry in Lofoten. We offer accommodation in the most beautiful western part of the Lofoten Islands.
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Reine

Reine Rorbuer

Newly restored rorbu cabins that combine the atmosphere of their old use as fishermen's dwellings with modern comfort.
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Henningsvær

Lofoten Arctic Hotel

Lofoten Arctic Hotel is located in the world's most famous fishing village Henningsvær, Our Hotel Skata is situated on the pier, five minutes walk form our other hotel which is situated in the centre of the Village.
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Kabelvåg

Nyvågar Rorbuhotel

Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is right in the middle of that special, quiet moment that you always long for, beautifully situated by the ocean, in Storvågan - 1 kilometer west of Kabelvåg and 6 kilometers west of Svolvær.
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Flakstad

Ramberg Gjestegård

In the village Ramberg, you find us near the beach. We offer nice cabins, all with shower/toilette and living room with well-equipped kitchenette....
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Vågan

Nyvågar Rorbuhotel

Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is beautifully situated by the ocean, in Storvågan. Our comfortable fisherman's cabins hold 2 bedrooms each with 2 beds. Bathroom,...
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Reine

Eliassen Rorbuer

Eliassen Rorbuer is a holiday resort with fishermen’s cabins, enjoying the longest tradition in the tourist industry in Lofoten.
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