Nusfjord Arctic Resort

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At a glance…

One of the oldest and best-preserved fishing villages, Nusfjord is surrounded by the Lofoten Mountains and located within easy reach of lively Ramberg city

» Traditional Lodge

» Accommodation: Standard A good standard of clean and comfortable accommodation with a reasonable range of facilities (typically 3 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

Encircled by the Lofotens, the traditional fishing village of Nusfjord is one of the oldest and best-preserved in Norway. An ideal holiday destination for anglers, tourists and travellers throughout the year, Nusfjord has longstanding Lofoten fishery traditions and is conveniently located with access to the lively city of Ramberg. 

Eat

All fishing huts feature modern kitchens with amenities suitable for the preparation of self-caught fish. However, a visit to the Restaurant Karoline offers an exciting alternative to home-cooking and a place to enjoy good company, where gourmet chefs create elaborate dishes in a majestic setting. Another recommended eatery is Oriana Kro Inn, where simple, wholesome dishes are served. 

Sleep

With surroundings that are both peaceful and powerful in equal measure, the Nusfjord's 20 cabin suites offer fabulous views of the fjord and Lofoten sea. Room amenities include such modern comforts as waterfall showers, bathroom essentials from Molten Brown, Nespresso machine, a selection of teas and Geneva Bluetooth Speakers. Some rooms even come with a delightful waterfront terrace, ideal for taking in the views.

Do

Rowing boats are included within the room rate, allowing guests to get out on the lake easily. A paradise for anglers, Nusfjord is a destination made for an active outdoor life, with highlights including the winter fishing season, sea fishing, rowing, canoeing, cycling or touring the outskirts of Lofoten.

Stay here on these itineraries

Bodo and the Lofoten Islands

Bodo and the Lofoten Islands

7 day tailor-made self-drive

» From £1,720 per person incl. flights

To book call us on:

020 7664 2234

Make an enquiry

At a glance…

One of the oldest and best-preserved fishing villages, Nusfjord is surrounded by the Lofoten Mountains and located within easy reach of lively Ramberg city

» Traditional Lodge

» Accommodation: Standard A good standard of clean and comfortable accommodation with a reasonable range of facilities (typically 3 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

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