The lighthouse Kråkenes Fyr

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The Kråkenes lighthouse is located on Norway’s western coast, an area notorious for its harsh weather climate. The lighthouse belongs to the community of Vågsøy, located in the Nordfjord region, Sogn og Fjordane. You will find Vågsøy and its largest town, Måløy, on the map between Ålesund and Bergen. The trip takes 3-4 hours by car from Ålesund, 6-7 hours from Bergen and about 9 hours from Oslo.

At Kråkenes Fyr you will find the main house with the Storm /bridal- suite, the Stormhouse with 2 double rooms, family rooms with 3 & 4 beds and a weather station. About one km from the lighthouse You will find the small village Kråkenes. It is a wonderful adventure to explore the surroundings by foot. You can walk to the village, stop by the old boathouses, the chapel with the cemetery and four cereal mills from the 17 th century. You might also want to climb up behind the lighthouse and explore stone formations left from the glacial period. There are also lovely spots down at the waterside to watch the beauty of ocean and get your own fish. The next town with shops and restaurants is Måløy, about half an hour drive away from Kråkenes Fyr.

We also recommend to take trips by car discover the beautiful island Vågsøy and to walk along the magnificent beach Refvik and visit the other lighthouses Skongenes, Ulvesund and Hendanes Fyr. You might also want to visit other tourist attractions like the specially shaped stone Kannestein rock and the trading center Vågsberget from the 16 th century. Another unforgettable day trip is to drive north to the  Stad region and Vestkapp, where you both meet spectacular untouched nature, lovely beaches like Hoddevik and Ervik surrounded by  steep cliffs. You might also be interested  to explore the old bunkers and ruins from the second world war at Hovden.

The Storm/ bridal-suite in the Lighthouse building.

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The bridal suite consists of three rooms at the top floor of the lighthouse. It has a living room, dining room and a bathroom.

Price pr night is 1800 kr. for two people. The price includes sheets and towels.

Additional people staying overnight will have to pay 150 kr. per night in addition to the aforementioned prices.

For booking, please contact us via the form below.

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The stormhouse offers two double-rooms and bedrooms with 3 and 4 beds.  The double-rooms do have their own bathrooms and the other bedrooms with shared bathroom. The rooms are up to standard and have a shared kitchen and living room area.

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Prices for accommodation overnight per double-room is as follows :
1 night 1250,- kr for a double room with private bathroom,  1100,- kr if You’re a member of The Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT)
Prices for accomodation per night.

Adults 450,- If you’re between 13-26 years:  450,- pr night, kids 4-12: 200,- per night, kids 0-3 years for free.

Member of the DNT: Adults 350,- per night, if You’re between 13-26 years 150,-, kids 0-12 years; for free.

Please bring your own sheets/ sleeping bag and towels,  you may rent sheets and towels at 150 kr per person.

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