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Ersfjordbotn Kystferie

Nisevegen 93 Kvaloysletta, Ersfjordbotn 9100 Norway
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Three small cabins in modern Norwegian style with lounge, kitchen, bathroom and 1-2 bedrooms. Boat hire (18ft. 40 hp engine) available. Pick-up from Tromso by prior arrangement. Ersfjordbotn is located 15km from the airport and 20km from the city centre. Activities winter:A legendary Northern Lights photo location, as the lights contrast magnicently with the rugged peaks. Skiing, snowshoeing. Activities summer:A well-known rock climbing location. A fjord rich on fish. Mountain hiking.
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If the conditions are right you can see the northern lights from the cabin. You also can sign up for a tour with the owner, Henry. The first night we went to the Finnish border. The second night we went 30 minutes up the road to see the lights at the end of the fjord. They take the photos so you don’t have to worry about fiddling with the camera. When I booked, I was concerned about transportation but Henry took us to the bus station and told me which bus to take to Tromsø. His helper took us to the grocery store. Henry took us to the airport when we left. It was a peaceful experience and you are close to nature. You can see the occasional otter getting into or out of the fjord in front of the cabin. I would have expected to pay much more. The cabin was wonderful and we saved a lot of money by cooking.
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The cottage is in a extremely beautiful location. In the day, you get beautiful views of the lake. In the night, you get beautiful views of the northern lights. The owner Henry doesn't talk much but he is exceptionally friendly, helpful and genuine. He makes me and my family feels very happy and welcome. The cottage itself is very homely and sufficient. Try to stay for more than a night to fully immerse yourself in this beautiful place. For transport to the cottage, I would recommend a direct transport from them if you are not driving as it is not very convienent if you come by public bus. They only charge a small fee which includes a stop at the supermarket to get your groceries. Please book early if you intend to stay here as there is only a few cottage available. Highly recommend this place and thank you Henry.
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We stayed in cottage number 1 (I think) - and I was smitten from the start. The scenery here is stunning and I happily sat with my coffee looking out at the majestic mountains. I was initially worried about whether the cottage would be warm and the shower hot. Both got a massive tick. I was toasty throughout and loved sitting at the little wood burner in the kitchen. The cottage is an old style with artefacts and pictures belonging to the owner Henri - I loved this - ordinarily I wouldn’t but it just added to the charm of this cottage. Big screen tv with loads of channels (teen boys kept happy!) Henri (owner ) was lovely. I would definitely stay again. Here began my love of Norway. Thank you
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We arranged for Henri to pick us up at the Hurtigruten cruise center at an extra cost, and he was already waiting for us (in the cold!) when the ship docked. He drove us to a supermarket to pick up the groceries needed for our stay. We arrived to a cute, spacious and cosy cottage near to the water and at the end of the road. The decorations seems to be their personal collections, and some looks historical. It was a 2-storey cottage, with 2 bedrooms that can sleep 3 persons on the upper floor, accessible via an alcove, where there is another single bed for 1 person. We did not want to carry all our luggages to the upper floor, but there are ample space for us to leave them in the living area without blocking our way around. Area is remote, quiet and private. We did not sign up for any activities so there wasn't anything much for us to do. We did enjoy the relaxing time there. We saw an amazing lights show on the 2nd night right outside the cottage. If the sky is clear, and there is aurora activity, this is an excellent place to see the aurora. Would love to come back in summer!
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Instead of going on a guided hike tour, rent a couple of snowshoes here. Its cheap and wonderfull. The bus goes strait to the door from Tromsø, and the rent is 100-200 NOK. Plenty of nearby mountains to snowshoe in the winter all around Erfjordsbotn. We came unannounced in the morning (9:00) and rentet shoes. After our climb (,13:30) we were offered a hot choco in the cold. Would fully recommend.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ersfjordbotn Kystferie
Which popular attractions are close to Ersfjordbotn Kystferie?
Nearby attractions include Arctic Escape (3.9 miles), Tromso Fjords (2.6 miles), and Arctic Guide Service (4.1 miles).
Is parking available at Ersfjordbotn Kystferie?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ersfjordbotn Kystferie?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Smak, Raketten, and Art Cafe.
Are there any historical sites close to Ersfjordbotn Kystferie?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Skansen (4.0 miles), Elverhøy Kirke (3.4 miles), and Batvraket ved Tomasjordnes (4.8 miles).