Our story

Welcome to the oldest fisherman’s cottage resort in the Lofoten Islands, a stunning place with a story and a heart. Here you will find traditional and modern fisherman’s cottages, sea house apartments, restaurant Gadus and boat and bike rental. 

Experience spectacular nature, silence, midnight sun, northern light, storm, breathtaking sea, fjord and mountain view of the famous Reinefjord, fishing boats and red fishermen’s cottages – the genuine Lofoten atmosphere.

Some of our fishermen’s cottages were once used by fishermen from all over Norway as accommodation during the world’s biggest annual cod fishing event in Lofoten, which takes place from January to April. 

Most of our cottages have been renovated and the genuine character and décor of the cabins reminds our guests of their original use. Each cottage has one or two bedrooms, full equipped kitchen, big living and dinning room with comfortable furniture, bathroom with shower and high speed free WiFi access.

Taste high quality local food with Italian twist in our newly renovated restaurant Gadus. 

Rent a boat on Hamnøy and catch your own fish or rent a bike and explore the islands on your own. Take some memorable pictures from the Hamnøy bridge, enjoy the Midnight Sun, climb the famous mountains Reinebringen or Ryten, join a local fisherman and catch your first cod or chase the Northern Lights between September and March. Or do you feel like kayak paddling or trying some other outdoor activity with one of our local partners? The opportunities here are endless both in summer and winter! Have an unforgettable experience in Lofoten Islands!

52

kilometers to the
nearest liquor store

6

season in a row
killer whales have
been seen here

182

days a year you
can hunt northern
lights

49

days a year
you can enjoy
midnight sun

STAY
WITH US

TASTE
THE
LOFOTEN

Our cosy restaurant GADUS with bar located in the heart of fishing village of Hamnøy is now re-opened.

Gadus Lofoten – where the traditional Italian cuisine meets the best products Lofoten Islands have to offer.

In 1432 Pietro Querini got shipwrecked outside the small island of Røst in Lofoten, and subsequently returning to Venice, where he wrote a report of his travels for the senate. He is also credited with popularizing Stockfish in the Veneto region, also know as Baccalà alla Vicentina.

Fusion cuisine between Italian and Norwegian is nothing new but a tradition we want to uphold.

Restaurant serves food made from local ingredients that is prepared with passion and respect of tradition with an Italian touch. Our guests are welcome in a warm and historical ambient located in the charming island of Hamnøy. We have place for everyone and a personal service where everyone is welcome.

REVIEWS

Mike:

Comfortable, spacious lodge in possibly the most beautiful location in the world! Book it now. As close to perfect as you are likely to get.

Hannah:

If you want the best place to stay in the Lofoten Islands then you are at the right place. The small houses are probably the most photographed houses in the Lofoten island and in Norway. Warm decorated , in a strict Scandinavian style which is minimal and homy. Most of the things that you will need for the few days you will stay there are in the house.

Jeremy:

Perfect location to visit Moskenesoya (south part of the Lofoten, the wildest). Perfect cabins to enjoy the scenery after a nice day of walk or hike, get warm and cook. Don’t miss Eliassen Rorbuer, you’ll live in a postcard!

THEY
VALUE US

4.5

8.9