The Renaissance-style gardens on Lurøy are probably the northernmost in the world. They were established around 1740 in a sheltered location at the foot of Lurøyfjellet (689 m). Lurøygården, situated near the seashore with excellent beaches and kayaking opportunities nearby, is still farmed.
Guided tours are offered, and dining for groups of up to 30 people is available in the old house, a venue that is also well-suited to private parties and other events. Our chef will gladly tailor a lunch menu or a three-course dinner to your preferences. Dishes are based on local ingredients, including beef and dairy products from Lurøy Farm itself.
In addition, the farm café features homemade cakes, lefse and gomme (a traditional sweet cheese), and simple lunch dishes. The café is open during the summer, and occasionally during other seasons.
Accommodation is available: nine beds on the two upper floors of the old house. The rooms share two bathrooms. A hearty homemade breakfast is included.
Tel. +47 990 22 490