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Kvarøy Sjøhus has modern 'rorbu' fisherman's cabins perched right at the water's edge.
The seahouses have a unique view out over the sea and of the beautiful surrounding mountains. They are a perfect place to find inner calm and inspiration for the future.
Bjerka Camping is situated along the Bjerka river.
Hattvika Lodge offers rental of newly build Nordlandhouse and co-building and is located in a tranquil setting surrounded by cabins (rorbuer), overlooking the sea and the boats going out and coming back from the fabled Lofoten fishery.
Two nicely furnished apartments at the Bjørn ferry landing on Dønna. Tent sites with access to service building. Bjørnsvågen Coastal Culture Centre is centrally located for exploring Herøy and Dønna.
Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is right in the middle of that special, quiet moment that you always long for, beautifully situated by the ocean, in Storvågan - 1 kilometer west of Kabelvåg and 6 kilometers west of Svolvær.
Situated on the outskirts of Lofoten, in the village Ramberg, you find us by a beautiful kilometre long sandy beach, with a panorama view towards the Arctic Ocean.
Henningsvær Rorbuer has 26 fishermans cabins (Rorbu) for rent, and it has always been of the utmost importance to maintain the charm and atmosphere that make this idyllic setting.
All the cabins has 1-2 bathrooms and a kitchen.
In Nusfjord you can find most of the buildings which were part of one of Norway's eading fish buying stations of its time.
Cultural-historical accommodations in Svolvær. Modernised in 2005.
One of Northern-Norway’s oldest trading places, from 1792. Forvik trading place is located at the ferry port at Forvik, between Brønnøysund and Sandnessjøen.