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Reviewed 28 June 2016

Cabins are quiet and cozy, it has a kitchen with everything you need. Products bought in the nearest grocery store. Houses and warm in summer and winter, but the tack with a bathrobe and slippers. Pillows and mattresses are very soft - comfortable bed

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Reviewed 23 March 2016 via mobile

We had an amazin night in this cabin. We were so lucky to see auroras from our cabin and we got to sleep with the sound of the light sea waves under our bedroom. It's a very nice place, with great views and all the facilities you may need. I will stay here again if I get the chance to...

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Sydney
Reviewed 20 March 2016

positive; - a fisherman hut that has had minimal upgrade, - it is over the water looking up a small inlet/bay, - easy parking, - we stayed 20_21 March 16 - a lot of snow - very pretty, - easy to walk over the tunnel in A, around the museum ( closed in winter) , -small double bed.... - walk...

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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 10 December 2015

I stayed in a single room here for one night. It is in a really great location and a really unique experience. The good things are the price and location. The bad things are how small the rooms are and the lack of common areas. There was no where to sit and eat in the place, which was a bit...

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Cremona, Italy
Reviewed 24 August 2015

Dirty cabin. Uncomfortable and old. You have to pay ten euro for sheets and ten for towels. No tv, no phon. The rooms are very small and ugly . No breakfast, only a terrible bar/restaurant in the village ...

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Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

Charming room, big window. Cozy. Silent. I really liked the place. BUT the staff is NOT nice AT ALL. We ended up getting a beer there before bed time and they said we couldn't sit there because I was also eating my own food..!!! ABSURD. I PAID for the beer. I PAID for the room. AND I have the right...

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Malmo, Sweden
Reviewed 7 August 2015

Unique location but as pricey as it gets in Norway! Here you will find the unique combination of high mountains, rough sea and beaches with azure blue water. The accommodation is as simple as it gets, just a bad and a roof. But the experience is priceless!

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 4 July 2015

Staff were very friendly. The setting is gorgeous. A is a great place to stay and definitely a place you should stay on the Lofoten, glad we did. Amenities are basic. Everything is clean. We stayed in the shared rooms. There was no other availability at the time we booked.

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Bodo, Norway
Reviewed 8 October 2014

We came witht the ferry from Bodø The 6th of september for a motorcycle trip around Lofoten. The owners gave a wery good expression. Fully equipped rorbu in old style. Magnificent wiew and in the evening a nordthern light made the day complete with its shimmering pale green light. Unforgettable

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Vienna, Austria
Reviewed 13 September 2014

Situated at the very south end of the Lofotes, this rustic and homey place is worth a visit. To sleep in such a fishermen's cabin and to wake up to the clamor of the sea gulls definitely is an experience one should go through when visiting the island. The rooms were small and basic, yet very clean and newly furnished....

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Address: A i Lofoten 8392, Norway
Region: Norway > Northern Norway > Nordland > Moskenes Municipality > A i Lofoten
Number of rooms: 31
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“inquire about the hut size,amenities before booking some huts are very small even for 2 adults,”
 of 5 bubbles Janellesteve, 20 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Solo travellers should go for the hostel rooms, you still get the rorbuer experience and get to meet other awesome travellers.”
 of 5 bubbles giuliam893, 27 Aug 2014 | Read review
“We were in room umber 1 (Tove). It's next to the sea and the location highly recommendable.”
 of 5 bubbles Globetrotter_7311, 23 Aug 2014 | Read review
“If you're not a good sleeper chose the seaside instead of the Robu side. The seagulls make a lot of noice but it's part of the atmosphere, no ?”
 of 5 bubbles ArmelleVH, 18 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Get a Brygga room for excellent waterfront views, avoid the cabins.”
 of 5 bubbles Happy_Go_Lucky_UT, 27 Jul 2013 | Read review
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