Anker Brygge

Anker Brygge, Rorbu Svolvær, Lofoten Anker Brygge, Rorbu Svolvær, Lofoten

On the island of Lamholmen, in the middle of Svolvær Harbour, you will find Anker Brygge, a full-service resort, offering 27 exclusive self-contained boathouses and suites, conference facilities, a gourmet restaurant and the town’s most popular dockside bar and al fresco dining.

This lovely island lies at the centre of Lofoten’s capital, with a fully developed quayside all around and free parking outside each house.

Our rorbuer are all built in the traditional style and feature a homey lounge, kitchen and two en-suite bedrooms, both with private bathrooms - as well as a private quayside terrace where you can enjoy your morning coffee while relishing the breathtaking views of mountains and sea.

Conference at Anker Brygge
Our substantial conference hall can be divided into two smaller rooms. It can accommodate 110 people in its cinema set-up or 80 in classroom mode. If required, we can also divide the space up into several smaller units. The suites are also suitable for gatherings of up to 10 people.

We strive to provide a complete experience for organisers and participants of all types of meetings and conferences. We provide tailor-made solutions to ensure you are well looked after throughout your stay.

Our primary goal is making your stay a quality experience and a trip to remember! We work only with event- and activity organisers with the highest standards of professionalism and safety. Lofoten is a paradise for all kinds of exciting activities, many of which start right here at the quayside.

Our guests can participate in Lofoten’s famous seasonal cod fishing - Lofotfisket, do a private Zodiac safari, go surfing or hiking in the mountains, experience the magic of the Northern Lights, attend a Viking feast, visit museums and art galleries, or indulge in some retail therapy.

Restaurant Kjøkkenet
The resort’s gourmet restaurant is named “Kjøkkenet” (the Kitchen), and its décor and furnishings are very muchin keeping with the room local carpenters built more than a century ago.

From the very beginning, theowner’s objective was to recreate the inviting and homey atmosphere of her mother’s kitchen, the heart ofher childhood home, and pay a nostalgic tribute to mothers everywhere.

Seaside Bar & Pub
The main building dates from around 1880. It is a former fish factory, which used to house fish landing andstorage facilities, a salting plant and a barrel-making factory. Today the main building has been completely, but sympathetically renovated.

The perfect place to get together with friends forkaraoke every Wednesday, a dance to live music weekends, or to kick back with a drink and a snack while you watch the boats coming andgoing, and the sun gently slips below the horizon.


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