Grønøy Gjestgiveri - a charming old inn
Guesthouses | This charming inn was built in the late 17th century. You can really sense history in the walls of this authentic Nordland house. Whether you’re staying a few nights or just visiting for a hearty meal, you will really enjoy your time on the beautiful island of Grønøy.
In the 1700s, Grønøy (“the green island”) was an important trading post. From 1914 to 1957, the Norwegian coastal steamer, Hurtigruta, made regular calls here. Today, people travelling by private boat can dock at the convenient guest quay. Regardless of what time of year you visit, you can explore a scenic island with beautiful beaches. The popular inn, Grønøy Gjestgivery, also features a beautiful garden that attracts the locals as well as visitors.
The inn offers seven rooms in its original Nordland house and the annex. The interior décor and furnishings reflect the inn’s long history, and yet each room has its own distinct character. As a guest, you will enjoy the tranquillity, the view of the sea, and the salty air mixed with flowery scents from the garden. It’s easy to imagine that you are here during Grønøy’s heyday as a trading post.
Dining and refreshments
Grønøy Gjestgiveri has a cosy café that offers a simple lunch and dinner menu, homemade cakes, mineral water and a good coffee selection. Your accommodation includes breakfast, and all your meals can be enjoyed inside or outside in the beautiful gardens.
The inn arranges a variety of theme nights and hosts events. Please contact them to inquire about using this fine venue for you private event or celebration.
A guest quay – and an E-v charging station
Grønøy Gjestgiveri has its own quay for guests travelling in their own boat. For the convenience of guests, there is also a charging station for electric vehicles. For guests with disabilities, a wheelchair ramp provides good access to the inn.