Fisherman’s Cabins in Sørvågen
The Buodden Rorbuer fisherman’s cabins are located a short walk from of the village of Sørvågen, right by the sea. The location offers views of Lofotodden National Park, Værøy island, and the area’s famous Mokstraumen maelstrom.
The bright and pleasant Buodden Rorbuer combine a modern expression with the traditional atmosphere of old fisherman´s cabins.
Large windows and charming outdoor areas make our cabins well suited for couples, small families or groups of friends who want a comfortable stay with fantastic sea and mountain views. The cabins have modern and fully equipped kitchens that are ideal for self-catering.
Sørvågen is the natural gateway to walks and mountain hikes in Lofotodden National Park. As a guest at the Buodden Rorbuer fisherman’s cabins, you’ll have many beautiful walks just outside your door.
Cabins Martin and Mathias are located side by side in the same building, with their own private entrance. Both cabins have a double bedroom plus a sofa bed in the living room. These cabins are ideal for couples and smaller families.
For families, Høvesbua is also a good alternative. This free-standing cabin has two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with a bunk bed.
Cabins without Sauna
The August and Oskar rorbuer fisherman’s cabins are located side by side in the same building. Each cabin has its own entrance and mountain and sea views from the living room.
August has one bedroom with two single beds and a sofa bed in the living room. Oskar has two bedrooms, one with two single beds and one with a bunk bed.
Included in all Fisherman’s Cabins in Sørvågen
✓ Towels & bed linens
✓ Fully equipped kitchen
✓ Room cleaning upon departure
✓ Free parking
✓ Free WIFI
✓ Automated check-in and check-out
✓ Mountain and ocean views
✓ Terrace / balcony
Rooms, Apartments, and Rorbuer
Stay with us in idyllic surroundings near the outer edges of Lofoten and experience Reinebringen mountain or the Moskstraumen maelstrom. Choose a room or apartment with a historical touch in Reine or stay in Sørvågen in a Rorbu (fisherman’s cabin) that has sea and mountain views.