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My husband and I stayed here as part of our around the world honeymoon and it is a truly special place! The atmosphere was very relaxed and communal in the best of ways- the other guests were all incredibly interesting and nice people from all...More
The hostel gives you choice of rooms but also cabins if you a group and would like more privacy. I was there several times as I hired a fishing boat from owner for daily fishing trips. It is a great base for trips to Lofoten...More
This charming little collection of rorbuer (traditional Norwegian coastal homes) has been turned into a hotel by a quirky old man named Roar. He runs the place by himself and can be found roving the grounds throughout the day and night, tending to this or...More
We have stayed at the hostel several times and found Roar to be welcoming and extremely knowledgeable and resourceful. The hostel is well laid out and kept to a high standard without losing its historic character.The hostel is built on a wooden pier and therefore...More
We had good time there but too bad for the final day that leaves us a bitter memory. We used the row boats and we did not hand in the hooks immediately when we came back. We left them on the table outside as Roar,...More
If I will be arriving Narvik on June 19th 12:36pm, how best could I get to the hostel from there?
I would appreciate prompt reply as I will be leaving Stockholm this after at 4:30pm.
18 June 2016|
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Response from AJD_8 | Reviewed this property |
It depends is the answer. Time you have? Budget?
Bus from Narvik to Svolvaer then Hurtigruten boat to Stamsund is possible