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Lyngseidet

Sørheim Brygge - Cabins

Located right on the waterfront in Lyngseidet, Sørheim Brygge offers 4 luxury apartments and 3 rorbuer of high standard for rent. The rorbuer have room for 6 persons and we have boats for rent for our guests.

Tromsø

Comfort Hotel Xpress Tromsø

Located in downtown Tromsø and within easy walking distance to all sights and attractions, Comfort Hotel Xpress, Tromsø opened 15 October 2014.

Senjahopen

Accommodation at Mefjord Brygge, Senja

Mefjord Brygge has various accommodation options that should suit your needs depending on the type of holiday you are planing, your budget and the size...

Bardu

Polar Zoo: Caravan/Home Mobile Parking

Camping area where you can stay with a caravan or a mobile home in beautiful surroundings at Polar Zoo.

Skaland

Hamn i Senja: Accommodation

Accommodation in apartments and rooms of high standard, located in an idyllic maritime fishing village established in the 1880s.

Rotsund

FiskarBondens Stue

Historical house with all mod cons sleeping 7 in Rotsund/Nordreisa

Sørkjosen

Reisafjord Hotel

Full service hotel with bar and restaurant in Sørkjosen.

Straumsbukta

Buvik Brygge

On the south side of Kvaløya you find Buvik Brygge down by the beachfront. Here you can experience the ocean's spirit, bird life on the shore and quiet of the mountains.
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SANDTORG

Sandtorgholmen Hotel - accommodation

Sandtorgholmen is one of the oldest and has been one of the richest trading north of Trondheim, with roots dating back to 1300's. Sandtorgholmen was the first who got a license for the sale of wine and spirits in this region, in the year 1770. We are also fortunate that we have the wine cellar from this period, now restored as a wine bar with 30 seats. From Sandtorgholmen was among other things wine delivered to seven parishes. They also had their own bakery on the island, so the "communion wafers" was baked for the same parishes. Sandtorgholmen is located in Tjeldsundet, where there are strong currents and rugged waters. Stream runs over seven knots at the strongest, so Sandtorgholmen was a natural stopping point to wait until power turned.
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