• Lyngen Lodge, Norway

About Lyngen Lodge

Lyngen Lodge is a stunning boutique lodge located on the fjords of northern Norway offering luxury accommodation as well as a plethora of activities in both winter and summer alike. Coated in inches of pristine, white snow in winter, the lodge is a cosy getaway, perfect for couples or small groups to enjoy snow-shoeing, dog sledding, ice-fishing and looking out for the Northern Lights. In summer, on the other hand, hiking and cycling are the activities of the season, allowing you to explore the stunning surrounds.

Look out for whale tails in the blue fjordland water in front of the lodge for great wildlife sightings.

Lyngen Lodge details


A luxurious lodge with comfortable rooms, large communal areas and spectacular 360 degree views. 


Perched on the edge of a fjord with towering snowy hills all around, Lyngen Lodge, is located in the perfect spot for a wilderness getaway. Approximately 2.5 hours from Tromsø you’ll really feel like you are away from it all while still having plenty to keep you entertained.

Accommodation & Facilities

Lyngen Lodge comprises 8 rooms which can accommodate 16 guests in a mixture of twin and double rooms. Although the bedrooms aren’t extremely large they have comfortable beds, wardrobes and private bathroom facilities which offer everything you need. The real highlight of the lodge is the communal area. With a large open plan dining and living space, guests can get to know each other in front of the fire or by the bar. However, if you’d prefer your own space, there are plenty of little nooks and crannies which you can tuck yourself away in with a good book.


The food at Lyngen Lodge is exceptional and is presented each night by the chef who describes his wonderful creations. The breakfasts and lunches provided are also top quality and can be catered around your activities. The team are happy to offer wine recommendations to go with your meal too if you would like. 


Apart from the luxury of the lodge itself, the activities here are a real highlight. Whether you choose snow-shoeing in the hills behind the lodge or head out for a morning dog sledding you’ll truly experience the magic of northern Norway in winter. At night you can enjoy a warm cup of mulled wine before jumping in the hot tub to watch the Aurora Borealis. If you travel in summer there are a number of other activities available from kayaking in the fjord to whale watching and hiking.  

Child Policy

Children are welcome but some activities may have age restrictions. 

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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