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SVOLVÆR

The Artist house in Lofoten

At The Artist House in Lofoten you can have an affordable stay in historic surroundings. A big livingroom, a kitchen and two bathrooms are available for all our guests. Artist Studio.

Tromsø

Viking Hotell Tromsø

Business and leisure hotel in Tromsø's city centre

Tromsø

Amalie Hotel

Welcome to our friendly, independently owned and operated hotel in the heart of the Tromsø in Northern Norway.

Hansnes

Hav og Fjell

Five fishermen cottages on the island of Ringavssøy, only 40 minutes by car from the city centre of Tromsø.

Lyngseidet

Magic Mountain Lodge

Family-run property overlooking the Lyngenfjord and surrounded by mountains.
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Bodo

Radisson Blu Hotel, Bodo

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Bodø is the premier accommodation choice in this stunning coastal town in northern Norway. Enjoy stunning views of the sea and surrounding mountains as you rest in one of 191 sumptuous rooms with amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet.

Reipå

Reipå camping

Reipå camping are located close to RV17, 7 km north of the capital centre, Ørnes in Meløy. The distance to Bodø is 120 km and to the glacier "Svartisen" approx 50 km.

Saltstraumen

Saltstraumen camping

You will find PlusCamp Saltstraumen on the RV17, 33km from Bodø, close by the Saltstraumen Bridge. It is well signed. Saltstraumen is where you will find the world-famous Maelstrom (now reproduced in Florida) where 4 times a day 370 million cubic metres of water chum through the narrow strait.
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SORTLAND

Sortland Hotel

Cultural hotel in north – Sortland Hotell – is situated in the centre of Vesterålen and Sortland. The hotel has spring 2010 been renovated. Our 50 rooms includes 4 suites, all have flatscreen TV and original paintings. Famous Norwegian author Lars Saabye Christensen has his own library which has all of his novels and translations. In 1911/1912 Knut Hamsun stayed for months writing his famous book ‘Look back on happiness’. Among other items our foaje has the door to his room No 10! Saabyes Bibliotek is also our restaurant – we take great pride in our kitchen! Sortland is a perfect location for trips in Lofoten and Vesterålen.
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