Luxury anytime of year

Looking for the ultimate Arctic experience? Get your heart racing with hypnotic and dramatic landscapes, develop your chi with some Arctic yoga or set your imagination on fire with spectacular sightings of the Northern Lights.

Tucked up in the far north of Norway, Lyngen Lodge is a cosy, self contained, one-stop destination, an ideal base for your summer and winter Arctic adventures. Built from pine logs, the lodge works in partnership with the environment, as the eight en suite bedrooms are kept cosy and warm with geothermal heating during winter.

After a day’s adventure delving into the mysteries and beauty of the Arctic, a roaring open fire of the dining area draws guests together to enjoy world-class cuisine, including reindeer stew, fresh fish from the fjord, local lamb and many other succulent surprises.  In the summer the edge of the fjord is just meters away where the lodge’s own boat is ready for whale watching and fishing trips.

Things to do near Lyngen Lodge, Norway

Dog sledding – drive your own team of dogs or sit back on the sled and enjoy the thrill of hurtling through the Arctic landscape, stop off for an al fresco lunch, cooked over an open fire and marvel at the dramatic mountain scenery.

Snowshoeing – Strap on your snowshoes and you’re ready to explore the snow covered forests and mountains. The classic tour takes you up to Hammarsletta view point where coffee and sausages cooked over an open fire will be waiting for you.

Lyngen Fjord boat fishing – Experienced anglers and first time fishers are all welcome to cast off and try to hook some of the world’s richest stocks of cod, halibut, cole, catfish, steinbit and red fish.

Photography courses – Capture the magic of the northern lights for prosperity and learn the intricate workings of your camera.

Unique midnight sun experience – Enjoy the spectacular scenery all day and all of the night. From 18th May to 26th July, the sun literally shines 24 hours a day.

Other activities – Sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi, salmon river fishing, whale watching, Kåfjord canyon bridge, watersports, horse riding, skiing and glacier walking.

Useful information on Lyngen Lodge

Closest airport: Tromsø Airport

Currency: Norwegian krone

Average Temperature range: -4°C in winter to 15°C in the summer (excluding chill factor!)

Did you know? Norway gets 98-99% of its electricity from hydroelectric power, more than any other country.

At a glance

  • Friendly, professional and knowledgeable staff
  • Sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi with stunning view
  • World class cuisine with products from local suppliers
  • 8 en-suite twin and double bedrooms with triple and single options
  • Traditionally constructed from Norwegian “lafting” pine timber
  • Breathtaking views form the dining room and library
  • 3 hr transfer from Tromso
  • Extensive wine cellar