Restaurant The Blue Fish

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Restaurant The Blue Fish
+47 76 07 47 50
+47 76 07 47 30
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Restaurant The Blue Fish

Henningsvær is situated at the quayside of the largest fishing village in Lofoten, even today the centre for the famous February fisheries, as it has been for decades. The hotel was built in 1995 in a style designed to blend in with its rustic surroundings. Enjoy a truly great meal based on fresh ingredients from the sea, while you enjoy the unique view of this ancient harbor in the heart of the archipelago and sip a glass of wine from the hotel's ample wine list.

General facilities

  • Restaurant

Food and drinks

  • Fish

Licensed premises

  • Fully licensed

Disabled persons

  • Access for wheelchairs,
  • Suitable for allergy sufferers and
  • Toilet for disabled persons


  • Fishing possibilities,
  • Mountain hiking,
  • Sea fishing,
  • Hiking,
  • Fishing and
  • Rafting

Other accommodation

  • Accommodation

Kitchen and household

  • Fish cleaning/preparation area

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