Røkenes Gård is an old tradingpost and guesthouse dating back to the 16th century. The property has been in the same family for 10 generations. In 1942 the main house was declared a national monument. Røkenes Gård was the first establishment in northern norway to receive the "Olavsrose" a mark of quality, by the foundation "Norwegian Cultural Heritage". The gallery in the former barn is venue for an exhibition by the Harr siblings. Sale of handicrafts from local producers on "Låvebrua" in the old cow-shed.
The renovated harbour can receive small ships. On the property surrounding the facilities there is a small 9-hole golfcourse, one of few illuminated by the midnight sun, season may-october.
Beautiful setting for lunch, dinner, meetings, weddings and other events, either in the main house from 1750 or the converted cow-shed from 1899. We cater for groups up to 200 on one floor! During the winter season we are open for bookings of groups 8 - 200. Restaurant and café open daily during summer from beginning of June. Open on Sundays throughout the year, otherwise by appointment.
Accomodation in the 17th century farm storehouse/ grannery for one family up to 6 guests.