An old, traditional fishing village with fishermen’s cabins

Å, what a place

Å Rorbuer is beautifully situated at the tip of the Lofoten Peninsula, surrounded by the dramatic landscapes of Lofoten. Here, you can experience staying in one of Lofoten’s most charming fishing cabins, as well as enjoying local cuisine at the Brygga Restaurant and Lobbybar.

This area bears clear traces of glaciers and the mighty forces of nature that have created this unique landscape. It is among Norway’s most wild and fascinating regions, with mountains that steeply meet the sea, and small bridges and causeways connecting the islands, creating an atmosphere unlike any other.

An ideal starting point for exploring the scenic beauty and traditions of Lofoten.

Reception staffed from 08:00 – 22:00 (Sundays until 18.00)

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22 different fishermen’s cabins
11 hotelrooms (4 bathrooms)
Brygga Restaurant
Lobbybar & Bistro

The story about Å

From the end of the 19th century

Å – what a place

Å is often regarded as the best-preserved fishing village in the whole of Lofoten. Å, together with the many other small villages along the coast, has been an important part of the history of Lofoten fishing. Many of the traditional rorbue were built at the end of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th century to offer accommodation to the fishermen during the various fishing seasons.
Today you can find several restored buildings from the 19th century, and they are open to visitors.



22 Fishermen´s Cabins
Lobbybar & Bistro
Event venue
Free Wi-Fi
Free Parking

fishermen´s cabin

Fishermen´s Cabins
Kitchenette (not available in all)
Nespresso machine
Down Comforters and Pillows
Molton Brown Toiletries

near by

Moskenes Ferry (to Bodø) 5.3 km
Leknes Airport 66 km
Svolvær 129 km