About Nusfjord — Step into a chapter of the Lofoten fairytale
Nusfjord Arctic Resort is a unique destination situated in the enchanting and tranquil fishing village of Nusfjord in Lofoten, Norway. The resort is open all year round - for you to experience the soothing midnight sun in summer and the spectacular northern lights in winter.
As you pass the spectacular mountains passes of Flakstad, breathe in the salty winds of the northern sea, and prepare for immersing yourself in a truly authentic experience of the Lofoten Islands. Wake up in our traditional fishermen’s cabins, swaying on wooden stilts on the salty seafront. Walk along the pier in the intimate historical centre, and get a sense of the deep-running history of this Norwegian gem.
The earliest settlements in Nusfjord dates back to 425 BC. Our unique cultural heritage makes the village one of Norway’s oldest and best preserved fishing destinations, with a long- standing tradition of seasonal cod fishing. In the ‘golden age’ of Nusfjord, over one thousand people inhabited the village centre, but today only nineteen people can call Nusfjord their permanent home.
The resort consists of the 19 cabins that made up the lodging for the Nusfjord fishermen who came to the quaint little village from all corners of Norway to participate in the thriving cod fishing season. The resort have since been developed and refurbished to its current modern and luxurious standard, welcoming guests and explorers from all over the world.
8 / 12 hours open reception (winter / summer)
Breakfast buffet included
Private parking for guests
Three dining options
Conference facilities — capacity 140 people
Airport transfer — on request
Hotel Helicopter transfer — on request
All major credit cards accepted
Only Norwegian currency NOK and EUR are accepted
No cheques – no traveller’s cheques
Outdoor Spa area
Massage Treatments - on request
Activities to explore the area - on request
Bespoke itineraries for guests - on request
Guided tours - on request
Nusfjord Arctic Resort authentically reflects the rich Lofoten culture and allows us to share the beauty of this valley with our guests, while taking care of the heritage, community and historical buildings. We continually invest in the preservation of the fishing village as a whole, in order to keep one of Lofoten’s finest pearls in good condition for the world to admire and learn from.
People are key to the sustainable development of the resort and its surroundings. Everyone who works here sincerely desires to take care of our guests, motivated by the Norwegian concept of ‘hygge’, a word used when acknowledging a feeling or moment as cosy, charming or special.
As part of the commune of Flakstadøy, we aim to invest in the development of the local community through a straightforward, sustainable model.
We offer our guests unforgettable and authentic experiences among the adrenaline-charged adventures and unique cultural life of the valley, co-created with local partners. We also aim to extend our community outreach by sourcing exceptional, fresh and natural ingredients for our dining experience, where the focus is especially ‘locavore’, to connect our guests to the exceptional flavours of the Arctic.
Nusfjord is a proud member of ‘De Historiske’, extending the commitment to making tourism more sustainable. As a member hotel, we are represen- tatives of both authentic experiences and genuine Norwegian traditions, and take pride in nurturing nature, culture and the environment of our home town. We work continuously to reduce food waste, develop menus in close collaboration with local producers and suppliers, exploit geothermal and seawater heating, and offer our guests eco-friendly adventures. Nusfjord is working to become certified by Miljøfyrtårn – the Eco-lighthouse foundation – ensuring continuous development in the best interests of the environment.
As a member of De Historiske, we also adhere to the guidelines set down in the “Roadmap for Norway’s tourism industry”. The industry holds enormous potential for low-emission solutions, is labour intensive, touches on many economic sectors along the value chain, and can nurture Norway’s natural and cultural capital by shifting towards greener, cross-sectoral and experience-based hospitality.
With direct flights from Oslo to Leknes and Svolvær every day, Nusfjord Arctic Resort is closer than you think.
GPS-coordinates — 68.041488,13.346221
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Leknes lufthavn | Svolvær lufthavn | Bodø lufthavn | Harstad / Narvik lufthavn
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Find E10 og follow the road. Take Fv807 to Nusfjord
Estimated time: 30 min
Follow Fv850 to E10 og continue to Nusfjord. Turn onto Fv807 to Nusfjord.
Estimated time: 1hr 40 min
Follow Rv833 to E10. Continue on E10 and Fv807 to Nusfjord
Estimated time: 3 hrs 50 min
Follow Rv80 to Terminalveien.
Take the ferry Bodø – Moskenes (3 tim 15 minutt) www.toghatten-nord.no
Drive onto E10 and Fv807 to Nusfjord.
Estimated time: 4 hrs 30 min