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Joh.L.Unstad Sjøhus Photo: Joh. L. Unstad Sjøhus
Joh.L.Unstad Sjøhus Photo: Joh. L. Unstad Sjøhus

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Seahouse accommodation Lofoten: the whitepainted seahouse Joh L Unstad Sjøhus (JOHLUNS), Mærvoll, offers rorbu holiday and has rorbu rooms with totally 40 beds for rent. There are 2-6 beds in each room. Prices: from NOK 300/night/room for one person, from NOK 400-700/night/room for 2-6 persons, that means from NOK 150/night/bed or less if at least 4 persons share a rorbu room.

The seahouse is spacious with special good opportunities for backpackers, youth groups, hiking groups and other low budget groups. This budget accommodation has its own quay with a gorgeous view to the fjord and the proud sea alpine Lofoten mountains the Himmeltindene.

Mærvoll is situated between Tangstad and Unstad on the Atlantic side of the island and municipality Vestvågøy, 10 km from the Lofotr Viking Museum at Borg. The seahouse actually belongs to a little place called SORTLAND (in Steinfjorden), but due to the risk of confusion because of the town Sortland in Vesterålen, the nabour place Mærvoll in the same fjord with the earlier post office is used to indicate the location. In some maps and travel literature, however, you will only find marked out this hamlet Sortland in Lofoten or/and the connected bay Sortlandsvika, and not Mærvoll. Reception in white house Mærvollveien 205 above the seahouse.

For more information, please visit www.bobasen.com/view-493.php.


Chez le site bobasen.com (Joh. L. Unstad Sjohus, la maison de pêcheurs spacieuse) vous trouverez aussi l'information en français.

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Transportation


Bus Daily departures Borg-Leknes/Borg-Svolvær Boat Hurtigruten Stamsund-Bodø/Stamsund-Svolvær Aeroplane Daily Leknes-Bodø/Bodø-Leknes

Facilities

  • Season

    • open in the season
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
    • mountain hiking
    • sea fishing
    • hiking
  • Hire

    • boat rental
  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
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Seahouse accommodation Lofoten: the whitepainted seahouse Joh L Unstad Sjøhus (JOHLUNS), Mærvoll, offers rorbu holiday and has rorbu rooms with...

Joh.L.Unstad Sjøhus

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