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BODØ

Clarion Collection Hotel Grand

Clarion Collection Hotell Grand is located in the heart of Bodø. You can enjoy an evening buffet and waffles in the afternoon. We offer indoor parking. The hotel, which was totally renovated in 1998, has 97 rooms and 194 beds. Conference facilities for 50 persons. Large health spa including Roman bath, Finnish sauna and solarium. Special advantages with Choice Club and Nordisk Hotellpass.
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SORTLAND

Sortland Hotel

Cultural hotel in north – Sortland Hotell – is situated in the centre of Vesterålen and Sortland. The hotel has spring 2010 been renovated. Our 50 rooms includes 4 suites, all have flatscreen TV and original paintings. Famous Norwegian author Lars Saabye Christensen has his own library which has all of his novels and translations. In 1911/1912 Knut Hamsun stayed for months writing his famous book ‘Look back on happiness’. Among other items our foaje has the door to his room No 10! Saabyes Bibliotek is also our restaurant – we take great pride in our kitchen! Sortland is a perfect location for trips in Lofoten and Vesterålen.

Lyngseidet

Gjestegaarden - Lyngseidet

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.

Ramberg

Winterland Lofoten, Nusfjord

The winter in Nusfjord is among the most peaceful travel experiences you can find. While this oldest and best preserved fishing village of northern Norway is visited by 50.000 tourists in the summer, very few have realized what an experience it is to go here winter time.

Olderdalen

Ski to Sea Adventure

7-day ski mountaineering in the famous Lyngen Alps Be with us on a week with ski touring every day and accommodation in cosy cabins right at the Lyngenfjord.
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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.

Engan

Kobbvatn Camping

Boat and canoe hire, cabins, tent/caravan sites, kiosk, grill and fantastic sandy beaches....

Innhavet

Tømmerneset Camping

Tømmerneset Camping has a beautiful location adjacent to the E6. We offer our guests experiences in the form of attractions, activities and nature-base...

Leines

Helnessund Brygger in Steigen

Welcome to Helnessund - a vibrant fishing village in Steigen with long traditions in fishing and seafood. Our location gives the fishermen easy access...
Prices from 800 NOK pr. person.

Harstad

Røkenes Gård og Gjestehus - accommodation

We offer accomondation in a farm store dating from 1700. Sleeps 6 in 2 double rooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. Suitable for families in av quiet detached building. Bridal suite available in main house dating from 1750. "Røkenes Farm is the pearl in the north. Wonderful nature, beautiful old house with a familiar atmosphere in the home, a very hospitable host, professional kitchen with the most delicious home made food. Is it strange that a lengtar back?" A quote from; Ingrid Espeli Hovi - a famous Norwegian chef.
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