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Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels

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Reine, 8390 Norway
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#2 of 145 Speciality lodging in Lofoten Islands
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In the western part of Lofoten, at the mouth of Reinefjord, lies the fishing village of Reine, where the majestic Lofoten peaks and the Artic Ocean are our next-door neighbours. In the summer you will enjoy the long days and the Midnight Sun and in the winter the short days with spectacular weather and the Northern Lights. All of our 39 cabins, 1 apartments and 1 room are newly restored and combine the atmosphere of their old use as fishermen's dwellings with modern comfort. All cabins, or 'Rorbuer' as they are called, have their own fully equipped kitchen for those who want to prepare their own freshly caught fish. Wireless internet connection available. Open all year except for November, December and January.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Restaurant
Bicycle rental
Canoeing
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Car hire
Business Centre with Internet Access
Electric vehicle charging station
Wifi
Breakfast available
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Diving
Hiking
Snorkelling
Bicycle tours
Fishing
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
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Self-serve laundry
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Additional bathroom
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Sofa
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Complimentary toiletries
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Refrigerator
Stovetop
Electric kettle
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English, Russian, German, Hungarian and 4 more
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Jacqui N wrote a review Apr. 5
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We had an amazing stay in the rorbu “Bardo”. Stunning views to take in from a beautiful, warm and very well-equipped home. We loved our private balcony and watching the fishing boats come and go. Our one year old loved exploring the rorbu. We enjoyed a number of excellent meals from the chef at the restaurant. Staff were easy to reach and excellent in their approach. We had a lovely time and we were so glad to have such comfortable and beautiful accommodation during the changing weather.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Looking_for_charme wrote a review Oct. 2020
Bergen, Norway1,185 contributions347 helpful votes
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We strayed 3 nights in a lovely cabin, "Ane and Elvine". The location is central in this small village. Their restaurant provides good food (The only good restaurant if you are not out for a drive). And the boat for a fantastic excursion is not far away.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Response from Alicja Kass, Daglig leder at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels
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Thank you for your review and sharing your experience of Reine Rorbuer and Gammelbua Restaurant. We appreciate and wish to welcome you back to Reine.
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Magnus Lysholm L wrote a review Sep. 2020
Trondheim, Norway1 contribution
Fantastic place, great hospitality and terrific rooms. Should note that the rooms does not have a TV, in line with the "rorbu"-style. The staff was very pleasant, and met every demand in a reasonable amount of time. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Alicja Kass, Daglig leder at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels
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Dear Magnus, Thank you so much for your positive review and kind words. The team looks forward to welcome you back to Reine next time you have an opportunity to visit Lofoten!
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marina0207 wrote a review Jun. 2020
Oslo, Norway120 contributions25 helpful votes
Old rorbua, that intends to make you feel special because you are sleeping in a place like this. NO blackout curtains in a room with two windows. We were upgraded to this room upon arrival. Good luck sleeping is the midnight sun and light do not bother you. The hotel had a very good restaurant but we ended up eating every night there. Not much else was open. Anita's sjømat (Sakrisøya, 8390 Reine) was open for lunch (try the sushi). We drove around a lot. Our whole trip consisted of driving, therefore I stress the need of a good night's sleep possibility. We ended up leaving one day earlier but the hotel kept the payment of the last day, and agreed to give us a 20% discount for the restaurant for our last day. Lofoten is nice, with wild nature, and lots of torsk (cod) hanged everywhere for its preparation to become a dried snack for the people in due time. If you like that. The smell around the fish is unbearable, in my opinion. Maybe a better season would be to visit Lofoten in July when everything is open. The hotel said it was because of the corona that almost everything was shut. Some people we asked said why open, there are no tourists now:( Wish you a better luck.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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Guide158018 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Oakland, California2 contributions
If you wanna learn about Lofoten and have a delightful experience while doing so, hire Jack (Jack-mac.com) Jack Mac knows Lofoten! My husband and I, with my sister and our sister-in-law, set out from California to see the Northern Lights! For the record, we are not cold weather people. We usually head to sun and sand for rest, relaxation and restoration. Seeing the Northern Lights was our motivation; with Jack, we accomplished that goal. We also explored one of the most beautiful and breathtaking places on earth, learned about Norway and Nordic culture and delighted in the experience with Jack. Jack is a young, interesting, curious, outdoorsy British citizen of the world. His current passions include: cycling, (sea) kayaking, tours of the beautiful Lofoten and Amber (his American “bae”). He is funny, accessible, thoughtful and knows where to find the best cinnamon roll I’ve ever tasted!😎 His knowledge of Norwegian customs and culture was quite helpful as we moved with warp speed from very busy work lives to the quiet, majestic beauty of nature in Lofoten. Book the longest tour interval you can with Jack. We booked four hours and expanded to six quite quickly during the tour. Arctic surfing, a beautiful chapel tethered to the ground to resist the wind, Nusfjord and Hauklandstranda (Haukland Beach) were among the treasures Jack introduced. We considered sea kayaking also, but the weather was too rough. The piece de resistance was the Northern Lights. We spent our first night in Norway in Slovar and went out with a guide (“Denny Downer”) to see the Lights. We did not see them after several hours in the cold. The second and third night’s excursions were cancelled due to weather. It’s now our last night in Lofoten, within the Arctic Circle to see the Northern Lights... We meet Jack. He has soup, coffee, tea and chocolate for our pilgrimage. We drive and talk and laugh...and hope. We park several times, get out of the car, let eyes adjust to the dark and stare at the sky. Nothing. Now it’s about 10:30 pm. Already earlier in the day, I began a dialogue with myself about NOT seeing the lights. Jack parks in a place where there is maybe one other car down on the beach. We have the soup—it’s delicious. Just as we finish, the light begins. Really quite softly. And then it was God’s Light Show. Truly amazing and awe-inspiring. I have a new phone, Google, Pixel 3–and the photos I was able to take with the “night vision” prompt, are beyond words. Jack took photos with a “real camera” which I 🤞🏼will be even better than my phone shots. Hire Jack. For the longest interval you can.😎
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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US$155 - US$336 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NorwayNorthern NorwayNordlandLofoten Islands
NUMBER OF ROOMS
42
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Frequently Asked Questions about Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels
Which popular attractions are close to Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Nearby attractions include Lofoten Island (0.1 km), Reinebringen (0.5 km), and Bunes Beach (5.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and an additional bathroom.
What food & drink options are available at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bringen Kaffebar, Maren Anna, and Anitas Sjomat.
Are any cleaning services offered at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Yes, self serve laundry and a clothes dryer are offered to guests.
Does Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Swedish, and Norwegian.
Are there any historical sites close to Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nusfjord Fishing Village (15.4 km).
Does Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.