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Offersøy is located in the scenic Lødingen Vestbygd, the "south end" of Norway's largest island - Hinnøya. We offer accommodation in five motel rooms in the main building, 3 double rooms and 2 combi rooms.
Seiland Explore have apartments for rent.
Å is one of the best kept fishing villages in Norway. Brygga, the former quay and fish landing station, is today a fully licensed a la carte restaurant and bar. Rooms with shared facilities.
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.
Postmestergarden, Sortland, is a house in Swiss/Jugend style built in 1920. It's situated a 5 min. walk from the city centre and the property contains a large garden with a wide selection of flowers and trees. We offer a penthouse apartment and four rooms for rental.
Velfjord is a place for adventures.
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.
Along the National Tourist Road to Havøysund, you’ll find Kokelv, a slightly secluded pearl of nature at the heart of Refsbotn fjord.
Slettnes lighthouse lies in the hart of Slettnes Nature reserve.
The red house- in Loviktunet is a traditional 'Nordlandshus' from 1918. Restored in 2014 back to the original style.The red house is located next to the yellow house in Loviktunet. Loviktunet is located in a small village in Andøy, called Lovik. The house is situated 100 metres from the shore, where there is a small boat harbour with a guest pier. From the house you can enjoy the beautiful view of Andfjorden and the mountains at Senja, Grytøy and Bjarkøy in the distance.