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Henningsvær Suites, built in 2008 and situated on a quay with its breathtaking view of sea and mountains, has become a popular accommodation in the village.

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Because of its position on the more quiet ‘other side’, the suites are a wonderful oasis for those who prefer to stay away from the more heavily trafficked areas. A short walk of 15 minutes is all it takes to visit the centre of the village and experience its bubbling charm. All our suites are ideal for both couples, families and groups of friends who wish a close proximity to nature as well as “city happenings”. Our standard suites are very comfortable, with 2,3 or 4 bedrooms, bathroom with shower, big living room with private terrace, flat-screen TV, web connection and fully equipped kitchen.

The “Master Suite” is a 2 level luxury apartment situated on the 1st floor in one of Henningsvær’s most historical buildings in the centre of the village. The Climber’s café and Climbing School are right next door, as well as the house where Norwegian writer Johan Boyer wrote his famous book “The last Viking”. In the second level there is a well equipped kitchen with modern appliances such as coffee maker, water boiler and a roomy fridge and freezer. In addition there is a living room with a dining table fitting 8 people, couch group, CD, open fire, 2 bedrooms with double beds, toilet and their own balcony. In the first/bottom level there is a TV room with flat screen and stereo, comfortable sofa group and open fire. There is 1 bedroom with bunk beds accommodating 2/3 people, a lovely bathroom with a large steam shower, there is also toilet, washing machine and a dryer. From the living room you can step right out onto the dock and get an amazing view of the surroundings

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