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Welcome to our Hotel situated in the heart of the village Henningsvær.
Lofoten Arctic Hotel is located in the world's most famous fishing village Henningsvær, Our Hotel Skata is situated on the pier, five minutes walk form our other hotel which is situated in the centre of the Village.
Six big cabins 36 m2 winter insolated. Living room with a double sleeping sofa, kitchen corner, bathroom and 2 bedrooms(untill 6 persons), and a little entrance for clothes.
Lyngengården Hotell is centrally located on the E6 just outside of Mosjøen city center.
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.
Treat yourself to a special overnight stay in Northern Norway’s smallest hotel, located in the old town of Mosjøen.
Mosjøen Hotel is a cosy and homelike atmosphere with good and flexible service
We wish everyone a warm welcome to a unique, first-class hotel with excellent service and genuine North Norwegian hospitality. With our quiet yet central location, you will, as our guest, have the perfect starting point for your visit to Bodø.
BØ I VESTERÅLEN
This arctic secret was once a busy little island with fishermen, shopkeepers and lighthouse keepers. Today the lighthouse owner is the only remaining inhabitant, and she welcomes guests all year long.
BØ I VESTERÅLEN
Farthest out on the south end of Skagen in Bø, at the beautiful islands of Vesteraalen, you are warmly welcome to visit Skagakaia Guesthouse & The Old Post House Cafe. Here, the grand daughter of the old shipping agent is now taking well care of both the history and her guests.
In the shipping agent’s building there are 7 charming rooms with a total of 13 beds, new bathrooms and a shared living room with a small kitchenette. Here you stay right on the quayside, with rippling waves beneath the time-honoured floorboards and a hundred years of history in the walls. In the stately Old Post House you can enjoy local, home-made food and a good, organic wine in beautiful surroundings. For a sweet dessert or afternoon tea, try the delicious cakes from grandma’s recipe book.
At Skagakaia there is excellent scope for excursions both in the mountains and out at sea. We have bicycles and nostalgic wooden rowing boats for hire. On request we organize guided trips, suitable for all ages.