Stay in a room in a characterful house right in the centre of Reine, Norway's most beautiful town, on the Lofoten island of Moskenes.
All prices are including bedding, towels, tea, coffee, WiFi and end-cleaning. Breakfast is not included in the price
Cosy rooms, with the sea, shops, bus stop and restaurant in the immediate vicinity: Guesthouse "det gamle Hotellet" (the Old Hotel) wishes you a warm welcome all year round. The rooms are located on the first floor with gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains, the Reinefjord and the marina.
The Lofoten Islands are famous for their history of cod-fishing and -drying. You will see the drying-racks and, if you visit between March and June the fish hanging on them, everywhere.
The guesthouse was built a little over a hundred years ago as the hotel for the village of Reine and was in use until the '70s as the main hotel. In the 1990's it got 'converted' into a home, but still has many bedrooms which I now rent out for guests. It is situated right in the centre of the village with easy access to restaurants, café, busstop and gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains and the sea.
The guesthouse sleeps 8/9 people in 5 rooms.
In the guest-area you will find tea, coffee, cookies, books and games. There are two, newly refurbished bathrooms.
Unfortunately, no kitchen facilities available, but you can always borrow some plates and cutlery and a space in the refrigerator.
Since this guesthouse is my home too, I will be around to welcome you and answer your questions.
All prices are including bedding, towels, tea, coffee, WiFi and end-cleaning. Breakfast is provided on request and not included in the room-price.
Please be advised that breakfast is provided on request and not included in the room-price. There is a kettle, tea and coffee and a small refrigerator available for the guests but not a 'proper' kitchen.
Quiet time between 10pm and 7am
I'm a creative person, doubling as shiatsu therapist, doubling as guesthouse owner. I love travel, cooking, reading, photography, drawing, geocaching, meditation and meaningful conversation. Not necessarily in that order :)