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This farm, which is now owned by Lillian and Nils-Per Hunstad, has been in the same family since 1844.Husene are placed on and around a farm pile that...
We run snowshoeing trips in easy terrain on the picturesque island of Kvaløya. Our trips are suitable for those with previous snowshoeing experience and those who are keen to try. We also have snowshoes for children so the whole family can participate.
On the west side of the Lyngenfjord, where the road ends, you will find Koppangen Brygger among the mountains and the coastal scenery of the fjord. Koppangen Brygger have 4 apartments and a total of 20 beds and is a great startingpoint for fishing trips and hikes.
In the centre of Oldedalen, is Håkon Guesthus. The thai inspired entrance leads the way into the reception/cafe area. Here you can enjoy a bite to eat.
Håkon Guesthouse has 5 doublerooms.
Directly on the Lyngenfjord in the centre of Lyngseidet, Johnsen Appartments offers accomodation in 8 units divided in two buildings. Each appartment come fully equipped and room for 4-5 persons.
The appartments make a good startingpoint for tours/trips in the area and has a fjord view.
Fantastic holiday house located by the sea at the airland Håkøya, 16 km from Tromsø city center. Would you like to visit Tromsø, and have the nature and the sea as your nearest neighbour, this is the place for you.
Svensby Tursenter is approx. 1 hour (incl. ferry) from Tromsø, in Svensby just next to the ferrypier. We offer family friendly cabins and the possibility of a range of activities, from snowmobile safaris in the winter to boat rental in the summer.
Nyksund Courses & Retreat Center is located at Nyksund Island, a stone's throw from Nyksund harbour, with the ocean as its nearest neighbour.
Cozy guesthouse with 7 rooms, connected to our husky kennel and two wilderness restaurants. Single, twin, double and family rooms available. All rooms are different and has its own character.
The hotel is situated in beautiful Kjerringøy Harbour, a stone’s throw away from Kjerringøy Trading Post.