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Kabelvåg

Kabelvåg Hotel

Kabelvåg Hotell, in the centre of Kabelvåg, is a small and homelike hotel, known for its good standard and nice atmosphere.

LEKNES

Statles Rorbu Center

Statles Rorbu Center is situated in the fishing village Mortsund, in the centre of the Lofoten islands.

REINE

ElIassen Rorbuer

Eliassen Rorbuer is a holiday resort with fishermen’s cabins, enjoying the longest tradition in the tourist industry in Lofoten.

HENNINGSVÆR

Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

Fiskekrogen was establish 1989

SØRVÅGEN

Å-Hamna Rorbuer

Å-Hamna Rorbuer is situated in the fishing village of Å in Lofoten. We welcome you to our genuine rorbu cabins by the waterfront.

Ramberg

Ramberg Gjestegård

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

Henningsvær Rorbuer

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.

Kabelvåg

Nyvågar Rorbuhotel

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.
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Svolvaer

BEST WESTERN Svolvaer Hotell Lofoten

BEST WESTERN Svolvaer Hotell Lofoten is a modern, comfortable art hotel in the centre of Svolvaer. The hotel was built in 1986, an extension was added in 1994, and renovated in 2009. The owner's great uncle was Edvard Munch and his reproductions adorn the hotel.

Gimsøysand

Northern Lights Lavvo Camp

Lavvo camp is beautifully located on an open plain near the sea, next to a beautiful sandy beach, the northern lights and midnight sun.
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