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Reine Rorbuer

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Reine Rorbuer Photo: Reine Rorbuer
Reine Rorbuer Photo: Reine Rorbuer
Reine Rorbuer Photo: Reine Rorbuer
Reine Rorbuer Photo: Michael Suter
Reine Rorbuer Photo: Michael Suter
Newly restored rorbu cabins that combine the atmosphere of their old use as fishermen's dwellings with modern comfort.

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In the western part of Lofoten, at the mouth of Reinefjord, lies the fishing village of Reine, where the majestic Lofoten peaks and the Artic Ocean are our next-door neighbours. In the summer you will enjoy the long days and the Midnight Sun and in the winter the short days with spectacular weather and the Northern Lights.

All of our 22 cabins are newly restored and combine the atmosphere of their old use as fishermen's dwellings with modern comfort. All cabins, or 'Rorbuer' as they are called, have their own fully equipped kitchen for those who want to prepare their own freshly caught fish.
Wireless internet connection available.

Open all year round.

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  • Fishermen's cabin Fishermen's cabin

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • General facilities

    • conference facilities
    • café
    • restaurant
  • Sports activities

    • diving
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
    • mountain hiking
    • deep-sea fishing
    • kayaking
    • rafting
    • boat trips
  • Harbour facility

    • guest harbour
  • Hire

    • bicycles
    • kayak
    • boats
    • car
  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area

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Reine Rorbuer

In the western part of Lofoten, at the mouth of Reinefjord, lies the fishing village of Reine, where the majestic Lofoten peaks and the Artic Ocean...

Reine Rorbuer

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