Cabins | Consider a stay at Beverly’s Hill, situated right on the sea in beautiful surroundings! Here you can really feel the energy of the natural elements, and enjoy the summer sun all evening. You can go fishing, take a boat trip, hike the mountains, go bicycling or kayaking, and relax with sweet dreams in your cosy rooms.
Activities in the area
This is an ideal place to stay if you want to fish in the fjord, and the perfect base for exploring the nearby Lomsdal-Visten National Park. In fact, Beverly’s Hill is great starting point for your many holiday adventures: fishing, hiking, kayaking, exploring the scenery on two wheels, or just enjoying your tranquil surroundings. The cabin is situated in Velfjord near trunk road Fv76, a 20-minute drive from Brønnøysund town centre.
Beverly’s Hill offers a unique holiday stay in beautiful surroundings, in the geographic heart of Norway. The cabin has 6 bedrooms/12 beds, 3 private bathroom, a sauna, a fully-equipped kitchen, a spacious living room, and a large terrace where you can enjoy the silence and the gorgeous fjord view. The cabin has its own indoor facility for cleaning fish and game. Several freezers are available to preserve your catch in case you want to take it home with you.
The harbour is only a two-minute walk away. Here you can join one of the guided excursions available or rent a boat. Consider a trip to Lomsdalen-Visten National Park, swimming in the Storfjord, hiking in Klausmarka, or fishing in Svanvatnet lake.
The weather and what to wear in Helgeland
The summer weather on the Helgeland coast can vary a lot, with temperatures typically ranging from 15 to 30˚C – and summer showers are not unknown. We recommend that you bring swimwear as well as an all-weather jacket, and both hiking boots and sandals. In other words, be ready for every kind of weather.
In winter, temperatures vary from –15 to 5˚C. If you intend to enjoy outdoor adventures, we recommend packing woollen underwear and windproof outerwear. By layering the garments you wear, you can quickly adjust to any change in the weather. We also recommend thick gloves or mittens, a good scarf and a warm hat, especially if you expect to be spending a lot of time outside, for instance if you are trying to catch the Northern Lights.