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HERO Norway Henningsvaer

The spectacular approach on arrival to the Lofoten islands is simply the beginning of a unique experience. With just 500 people inhabiting Henningsvaer’s traditional wooden architecture, this village is truly one of a kind. Thoughtfully constructed to respect its surroundings, Bryggehotel sits right on the pier with the same picturesque ‘rorbu’ design as other buildings. Rippled floorboards filter throughout and light streams through expansive windows. In the lobby, a toasty fireplace adds a welcoming touch to this distinctive hotel. Simplistic in design with neutral tones, each en-suite bedroom exudes an inviting atmosphere. Together with generous beds and necessary mod-cons, delight in stunning views out to sea or inland towards the renowned Vagakallen landmark. For more space, choose the two-bedroom apartment or a larger suite equipped with a private sauna to unwind. From fresh seafood caught in Norwegian waters to Lofot lamb farmed in the mountains, prepare for a mouth-watering culinary experience at The Blue Fish restaurant. The combination of local, seasonal ingredients with first-class harbour views enhance Brygghotel’s innovative menu. To taste the same cuisine in a different environment, the adjacent Damperiet offers a delightfully authentic dining room taking you back to the 19th-century fishing huts which once stood.


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