Lyngen Fjord, Norway
At a Glance
Can either be taken exclusively for up to 18 guests, or booked on a room-by-room basis
Escape the hectic world and head for the Arctic Circle for an exceptional and undisrupted experience of nature
Linger under the star filled sky and watch as the vibrant colours of the Northern Lights dart across the Lyngen Fjord
Warm up with a glass of champagne in the hot tub, or for a cosier feel make yourself comfortable by the log fire in the lounge
Nestled perfectly in a clearing in the landscape, Lyngen Lodge offers the chance to be in utter luxury, experience delicious cuisine, and feel close to nature
Take in the stunning scenery whilst doing a variety of activities and rest assured that the only encounters you will have will be with wandering reindeer, moose or ptarmigan
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Lyngen Lodge is located in Northern Norway and offers a superb, yet different experience all year round.
Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday to Lyngen Lodge or take a look at our itineraries to Norway
Lyngen Lodge is located inside Norway's Arctic Circle where you will experience a perfect combination of nature and luxury. From snow-shoeing to skiing, to watching the Northern Lights unravel above you, you are assured to see nature at its absolute best.
The owner of the Lyngen Lodge was visiting the area when he had his vision for this magical hideaway in the midst of the Norwegian landscape. The lodge, which blends blissfully into the landscape, has been created with care and precision. The ethos of the lodge was not only for it to fit into the landscape aesthetically, but also in its day to day functioning. Exemplar of this is the thick grass roof which both blends the property into its surrounds, and acts as insulation for the property.
The lodge has been built using traditional Norwegian lofting pine and its panoramic windows reveal impressive views out across the stunning landscape. From December through to March, with the striking backdrop of snow-capped mountains and the lake lying before you, the lodge becomes the perfect platform from which to view the Northern Lights. There is no need to venture further than a step from the lodge to be in an optimal viewing spot, meaning that when your toes become a little chilly you can pop inside to warm by the log fire before heading back out. To enhance your experience of the Northern Lights, the staff will provide you with photography advice and tips, and let you in on their vast knowledge of the natural phenomena.
There are eight beautifully decorated en-suite rooms, all of which have their own charm and the use of simple pastel colours creates a peaceful environment. Given the small number of guests, attentive and personable staff, and warm atmosphere you will feel very much at home during your stay at the lodge. There is also a fully licensed bar, dining room, library and lounge with a large open log fire for you to enjoy with fellow guests.
The food is a pure delight; you will be treated to plates fashioned from locally sourced ingredients with Norwegian flavours at their heart. The unique menu features reindeer, lamb, cod, halibut and salmon all of which come beautifully prepared reflecting the chef’s passion for food.
Beyond visiting for the stunning views, there is an abundance of various other activities to ensure you get the most out of this unique destination. From snow-shoeing your way through the forest to mushing your own dog sled, you will not be short of options to fulfil your sense of adventure! For those who are after something a little more relaxing, you can enjoy a romantic horse sleigh ride along the snow-covered shores of the lake.
During the summer months, the landscape sees a dramatic change with a scattering of flowers, birds flocking in and as the ice melts, waterfalls breaking out across the mountain. This is a year round destination, with the wide range of activities in winter being matched by that which is available in the summer. From fishing in some of the riches stocks of Cod, Halibut, Cole, Catfish, Steinbit (Wolf Fish) and Red Fish in the world, to a variety of water sports, you are spoilt for choice. Lyngen Fjord is also a paradise for walkers, from boat accessed trekking to a gentle wander through the forest you are truly spoilt for choice.
There are 8 en-suite bedrooms which can accommodate 18 guests, some with twin and double accommodation. Triple and Single options are also available.
Lyngen Lodge has a fully licensed bar, dining room, large sitting room with fire, library, sauna and an outdoor jacuzzi.
In the summer, you can choose from a range of activities including river boat rides, sea safaris, fishing, trekking, heli-hiking, horse riding, sea kayaking and cat sailing.
In the winter, you have the opportunity to experience the Northern Lights undisturbed by light pollution from just outside the lodge - and with the benefit of the in-house photographer on hand to help you capture this natural wonder. Other winter activities include skiing, dog-sledding, snowmobiling and ice fishing.
The lodge deserves 5 stars and a Michelin plaque. The hospitality provided by the entire staff is fantastic. The location is great with plenty of hikes, boat trips and time to unwind. The lodge is relaxing with a great view of the mountains and water. But to top it off the cooking skills of Elisabeth and Kevin are of the highest quality. The co owner Graham is also a great adventure junkie and host providing great tips, including the best fishing spots - we caught two nice cod fish. The rooms are small, but the bed is comfortable and nicely designed. Wifi is also super fast
Dog Sledding Excursion
Enjoy dog sledding under the Arctic sky and mush your own team of dogs under the full guidance and instruction of a professional sled guide. Journey through the peaceful wilderness, on a trip through the pine forests of the Reisa Valley.
Sea kayaking in Northern Norway
Glide along the water of Lyngen Fjord and admire the stunning scenery from a brand new perspective as you try sea kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding. Paddle along the coastline or search for dolphin swimming nearby as your guide leads the way.
Sea safari in Northern Norway
Discover the beautiful scenery, wildlife and traditions of the fjords of northern Norway aboard Lyngen Lodge's very own boat. Admire the breathtaking sight of the fjords from a new perspective as you glide through their glistening waters.
Snowmobile & Ice Fishing Adventure
An exhilarating ice fishing adventure on snowmobile to a remote frozen mountain lake. Your guide will lead the way through the Arctic wilderness over the hills until you reach your destination and admire the views over the Lyngen Alps while you fish.
Snowshoeing through Northern Norway
Snowshoeing is the perfect way to discover the breathtaking Arctic scenery of Northern Norway. Make your way through snow-covered forests as you keep your eyes peeled for the resident wildlife and take in the stunning views across the Lyngen Fjord.
Location & directions
Lyngen Fjord, Norway
The lodge is located in Djupvik i Lyngen (Kåfjord District) on the east shore of the Lyngen Fjord along the E6 route approx 2.5 hours east of the city of Tromsø.
How to get there
Tromsø is around a 5-hour flight from the UK with a connection in Oslo. You can reach the lodge with an additional flight from Tromsø to Sørkjosen (a local airport 15 minutes from the lodge). Otherwise, Lyngen Lodge is around a three-hour drive from Tromsø airport.
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