Herøy Brygge – Accommodation in Herøy’s island kingdom
Rooms | Herøy Brygge offers good accommodation in a wharf building situated in the village of Herøysundet on the beautiful island of Herøy. On the floor below your room, the restaurant serves breakfast and dinner, and you are also welcome to enjoy your meal on the pier outside.
Couples, families, groups of friends and single travellers will all find suitable accommodation at Herøy Brygge. Here are single rooms, double rooms and family rooms. Some rooms enjoy a view of the sea and the Seven Sisters mountains, while others look out over the interior of the island. All in all, Herøy Brygge offers ten rooms with a total of 32 beds. It also has a guest pier and floating dock.
In the restaurant you may order anything from coffee and cakes to a hearty dinner. The special of the day is always based on local fresh ingredients. Children have special menu options. If you wish, you can dine outside on the pier.
The grocery store is only 100 metres away, and if you walk a couple of hundred metres farther and onto the bridge, you will have a fantastic view of Herøy’s archipelago in all directions.
Just 5 km from Herøy Brygge, is a colourful shop called Etcetera, which you really should experience. Nine km away you’ll find trails to five modest peaks on the island of Øksningan, rewarding you with nice views. If you drive or cycle 11 km, you will reach Seløy Kystferie, which offers deep-sea fishing trips, RIB sea rafting excursions and kayak rental. Augustbryggo offers good dining. If you continue driving, at 13 km away from Herøy Brygge is the start of the trail to the top of Dønnamannen (858), one of Helgeland’s most renowned mountains.
If you are on a cycling holiday, Herøy Brygge is conveniently situated only 2 km from the express boat and ferry quay. It’s an excellent base for exploring the island on two wheels. Consider making it a family adventure, as the flat roads of Herøy make for easy cycling. If you want to visit the neighbouring island of Dønna, the Åkviksundbrua bridge is not far away.
Read more about Helgeland at www.visithelgeland.com