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Lyngen Lodge, Tromso
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
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.
I am delighted with the service. I thought our situation was hopeless, but Sandrine Baker proved me wrong by finding hotels in the right places. We are all looking forward to the trip!
- JD, Northumberland
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.
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