The staff was very friendly and welcoming, they gave us great tips about what to do during our 3 days stay - the best hikes depending on the weather and a very great boat tour allowing us to see orcas! The rorbu (cabin) was comfortable and clean, nicely decorated, and had a great view. You will get everything you need there! We also ate at the restaurant which was fantastic. We came 30min before the closing time (21h) as we were back from a beautiful (but exhausting hike). And although it was fully booked, they made sure to make us feel welcome and arranged a table for us. They really went out of their way and it was amazing - we had an amazing fish soup, a delicious catch of the day, and crème brulée. The wine was excellent as well (worth mentioning since you'll often get some cartoon box wine if you pick the "house wine" in Norway). Amazing location as well with easy access and parking. Truly loved it and would go back for sure!…
Depending on what you look for this place may, or may not, suit you taste. The overall picture is that it is close to the sea, surrounded by mountains and old, colorful buildings. On the downside the standard of the buildings and interior is low, there is not much happening here, the road passes through and split the Island in two, there may be some noise from the fishing industry and you pay a heavy price for the stay. Not meny places to eat and so on. I would consider Reine, rather than Sakrisøy, for another visit. Not much happening there either, but there is more to see. Sakrisøy can be visited by car anyway.
Recommended for more than one night stay. Full kitchenette, cozy decor and views facing the sea. Cabin size is big as compared to the previous few i was staying when i was in Lofoten. There is a restaurant opposite Sakrisoey Rorbuer which serves delicious fish soup and local delicacies.
We stayed here two nights. Our accomodation had an amazing sea view with bathroom, kitchen, dining table and sofa downstairs while the bed was upstairs. Even if the ceiling where we slept was very low, it was fine for us but not so comfortable. Clean ambience. Nobody help you to move luggage. Outside we had a private terrace, nice for breakfast. We have been lucky to have sunny days in Lofoten!
We stayed here for three nights. The accommodation is a real fisherman’s rorbuer. It’s very authentic but also quite rudimentary. The bed is upstairs and the ceiling where you sleep is very low. I like a little more comfort, so I was glad to leave after three nights. But as I said it’s authentic so you can guess a fisherman’s cabin didn’t have a lot of comfort. Our rorbuer also didn’t have a sea view which was really disappointing. I would recommend to absolutely book one with sea view.