Stayed here last year and again this July.
Still an excellent place, fun for both children and adults. This year we had a house by the canal with excellent view of the boat in the morning. The apartment have all you need, clean, modern a good beds. I still miss bed railings as the beds are quite high for children.
There are activities in the afternoon/early evening, so you must walk around the area when you're not in the park.
This year we had booked the pirate breakfast and I really recommend it, even if it can look at bit expensive at first. You sail with the pirate ship Den Sorte Dame to breakfast in Dyreparken. The pirates give quite a show during the boat trip, singing and dancing, and this continue during the breakfast. There was a good selection of food, many choices for children and adults. After the breakfast you travel with Den Sorte Dame back to Abra Havn and during the trip back you will either experience a hunt for a treasure (every child got a golden coin) or a "battle" with another ship. My son was over the moon and as the Sabeltann show in Dyreparken is too late for him, this was a good replacement.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ABRA HAVN Abra Havn (eng. Abra Port) , is a pirate hotel resort based on the universe of Kaptein Sabeltann (eng. Captain Sabertooth)Stay, live and act like a real pirate in this uniqe city of 171 piratecabins nearby Dyreparken in Kristiansand. ... more less