This family-owned boutique lodge, with its homely atmosphere, offers a wide array of guided adventures in the majestic Lyngen Alps and beyond.
The wonderfully remote Lyngen Lodge is a genuine year-round escape with each season bringing its own charms, from salmon fishing and glacier hiking in the summer to dog sledding and skiing in the winter. You can even witness Norway’s famous Midnight Sun, and the enchanting Northern Lights alongside the lodge’s in-house photographer.
The lodge itself, a traditional pine log cabin kept warm through geothermal heating and a thick grass roof, is a charming base for exploring the region’s fjords, mountains and tiny coastal islands. The eight bedrooms are small but very cosy, with ensuite bathrooms and either a fjord or mountain view.
At the end of each day, guests gather in the communal ‘stua’ lounge and dining area at the heart of the lodge, an inviting space with its natural wood fittings and crackling open fireplace. Excellent food, beautifully prepared and presented by the Kitchen Team from locally foraged ingredients, is served around the large wooden dining table. Other facilities include a sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi (perfect for soothing aching muscles), a library, seminar room and fully licensed bar.
Lyngen Lodge, at a glance
- Intimate, traditional pine lodge located in northern Norway’s beautiful Lyngen Alps
- Remote and scenic location on the shores of the Lyngen fjord, two and half hours east of Tromso
- 16 guests accommodated in eight cosy and tastefully furnished bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Scandinavian-style interiors with windows that open onto either a fjord or mountain view
- Geo-thermally heated and with a grass roof to maintain a warm and snug atmosphere
- Offers a wide array of guided experiences and activities year-round
- Delicious meals are prepared using fresh, local ingredients and locally foraged herbs, mushrooms and mountain plants
- You can arrive at the lodge by plane, car or ferry
For leisure and pleasure
- Unwind and socialise with other guests in the large ‘stua’ lounge with its comfy chairs and open fireplace
- Summer and autumn activities include nature safaris, deep sea fishing, horse riding, hiking, waterfall visits, mountain biking, boat tours and kayaking
- Spring and winter months offer snowboarding, dog sledding, ski touring, snowmobiling and winter sea safaris
- Experience the magical natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights in the autumn and winter
- Catch up on some reading in the cosy library
- Make use of the sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi with its beautiful mountain views