Lofoten Cottages by Nusfjord

Northern Norway, Norway
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
Slider image
About this stay

Lofoten Cottages by Nusfjord features accommodation in traditional fishermans cabins called "Rorbu". Each cabin is unique. All cabins have a seating area inside, and most of the cabins have a kitchen. Free WiFi is available in some of the cabins. Some cabins have a terrace and/or a patio with sea views.

Please note for our Heritage Cabins: an external private bathroom is located 100 metres from the cabin, water is only available on a tap by the entrance door to the cabin and there is no kitchen in the cabin. Heritage Cabins and Traditional Cabins have loft beds accessed by climbing a ladder.

Activities such as fishing trip, guided kayaking and guided hiking are available at the property.
Enjoy dinner and view of the Fjord in Restaurant Karoline, Italian pizza in Oriana Tavern and fish soup, waffles and cakes in Landhandleriet Café.

Surrounded by the Lofoten mountains, Nusfjord is one of the best preserved fishing villages in Norway.

The nearest airport is Leknes Airport, 29 km from Nusfjord.

  • Review score


  • Number of rooms


  • Type of accommodation


  • Positive impact


  • Destination


  • Village


  • Country


  • Nearby stations

    • Røst Airport
    • Svolvær Airport
  • Facilities

    • Parking
    • WiFi
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Restaurant
    • Free WiFi

Inspired?Let's go!

Book now

Help charities, book via Ravlling!

20% of our commission goes to Sabima. So, do book from here and turn your trip into charitable traveling!
Partner logo

Join Ravlling's Conscious Travel movement

Travel can be a force for good.
Small steps have a great impact. So what would work for you? Let's find out!

Check availability & price
Number of guests

Get inspired

Browse around the most wonderful green travel destinations, stays and experiences.
Booking is easy!

Ravlling is a proud partner of almost 100 local tourist offices

Visit Sweden
Visit Iceland