Lyngen Lodge, Tromso

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Why we like it

  • Secluded woodland location overlooking the Lyngen fjord
  • Boutique traditional wooden lodge with eight bedrooms
  • Spectacular views over the Lyngen Alps
  • Delicious local cuisine reflecting the coastal region

A&K Top Tip

Visit between the middle of May and end of July where there is permanent sunlight. Thousands of migrating birds fill the sky, the mountains are rich in green colours and the rivers and waterfalls are in full flow. It's a photographer's paradise as the light is soft around the hours of 11.00pm to 3.00am.

Guest Testimonial

We found A&K first rate when I worked with Rob Mason in organising our trip to Russia in 2014 so decided to use A&K again for our trip this time to India. The first trip boosted our confidence in your company.Our Guide in St. Petersburg was perfect! The hotel was lovely in that it was of a very high standard but also very historic and in keeping with the beauty of the City. All this has boosted our confidence to try India

- PF, Nottingham

High above the Arctic Circle of Northern Norway, Lyngen Lodge at two and a half hours east of Tromso provides a unique combination of luxury accommodation, top quality cuisine and high emotion adventures into nature suitable for all ages. Find yourself in a secluded woodland overlooking the Lyngen fjord where the mountains meet the inland sea. With eight en-suite bedrooms offering full board this traditionally constructed wooden lodge is in tune with its surroundings. Geo-thermally heated and with a grass roof as insulation you will feel snug and warm and can enjoy your surroundings courtesy of the large panoramic windows to take in the views of the Lyngen Alps. Why not go dog sledding, explore on foot with snowshoeing, take a sea safari or trek in the lush summer months.

The lodge provides full board accommodation and amenities include a fully licensed bar, dining room, lounge stua with large open fire place to warm yourself after a long day's activities, as well as a sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi to soothe those aching limbs. With no light pollution viewing the Northern Lights is a real experience as they dance over the fjord and Alps beyond. Make use of the in house photographer to capture the moment for all time.

Useful info

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Best time to be there

September to May to see the Northern lights

Fly to:

Bergen, Oslo, Trondheim, Stavanger Tromso, Longyearbyen

Flying time

4-6 hours

time difference

GMT +1 hour


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