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Tyskhella Rorbuferie is situated in the centre of Kabelvåg, overlooking the Vestfjord and Kabelvåg.
In the western part of Lofoten, at the mouth of Reinefjord, lies the fishing village of Reine, where the majestic Lofoten peaks and the Artic Ocean are our next-door neighbours.
Enjoy the long days and the Midnight Sun or the short days and the Northern Lights
Beautifully situated by the start of the Rana fjord, close by the Levang ferry dock. Sites for mobile homes, caravans and tents. By the quay, there are 2 fishermans cabins, 3 cabins, and one house for rent. Open from 1.May to 30.September.
Villa Midtnattsol is located only 70 meters from the sea. This 3 bedroom house sleeps up to 8 people and is perfect for those interesting in fishing.
Guest house on the beautifull island of Træna. Excellent starting point for experiences at Sanna and Trænstaven. Close to the Petter Dass chapell.
Located just by E6 about 20 km north of Mo i Rana. Cabins of plain standard. Fishing rights in the Rana river. Situated close to the Arctic Circle Raceway.
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.
Lyngseidet Gjestegård is located in Lyngseidet, in the heart of the Lyngen Alps. We have 10 doublerooms and 6 twin rooms. The rooms are bright and pleasant decorated with private bathroom and free wifi. We have a a bar/disco which is open on weekends.
Yggdrasiltunet is a farmstead, located about 40 minutes from Tromsø Airport and about 50 minutes from Tromsø city centre. Here you can experience the Northern Lights among beautiful scenery of mountains and the sea.
For bookings before 31.12.2015 please call directly at +47 901 26 133.
Helligskogen Hostel, is located in Skibotndalen, along the E8 (Northern Lights Road). In the olden days, the hostel was an important staging post for travellers on the Northern Cap. Today guests can book a room/bed in the same house and get a breather from the every day life.