Lofoten islands are famous for its spectacular scenery of fjords, wild coasts and the magic northern lights. The destination is adorable in all seasons: in summer you can enjoy sandy beaches with its turquoise water, in autumn the colorful landscape in red and yellow shades and in winter- and springtime you have the very good chance of witnessing the northern lights directly from Black Aurora Nook. During all seasons you will see the majestic sea eagles in the area, since a main breeding place is close to the cabin.

From January to March the area is also known for its fantastic possibility to go backcountry skiing. This you can do best at the famous Higravstinden and Sautinden, which are just next to the house.

Black Aurora Nook, embedded in a little cottage area consisting of 10 houses, is part of Laupstad, which is a very small community, with no grocery store.

Svolvaer, the main city of Lofoten, is just a 20-minute drive away and offers all amenities you need for a pleasant holiday: restaurants, museums, supermarkets and organized boat trips and sea eagles tours. If you need any more information, please contact us.

How to reach Black Aurora Nook?

The best way to get to Black Aurora Nook is driving by car from Harstad/Narvik Airport (2-hrs drive) or Svolvaer Airport (15-minutes drive)

From Oslo there are several flights each day departing to either Harstad/Narvik (EVE) or Bodø. From Narvik you best rent a car from the airport and drive the beautiful E10 Lofoten road for 2 hours to reach Black Aurora Nook. From Bodø you can take the plane to Svolvaer, which takes just 20 minutes. From Svolvaedr airport you also can rent a car to reach Black Aurora Nook. Or you choose to take the ferry from Bodo-Moskenes and drive the E10 direction north for about 3 hours to reach Black Aurora Nook. In either case, driving on the E10- the main Lofoten route- awards you with many breathtaking sceneries.

Near Reine in autumn
Near Ramberg in summertime
Laupstad in the beginning of autumn
Autumn outside the door
A little river springs from Higravstinden next to the house
Dogwalk at Higravstinden