An authentic and conservation-worthy fishing village with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries


The island of Håholmen, located near the Atlantic Road, has been a traditional fishing village for dried and salted fish (klippfisk) since the early 1700s. Today, the charming cluster of houses includes hotel rooms, a restaurant, a pub, a museum, and small, cozy event and meeting venues. With around thirty buildings, many dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, Håholmen feels like an intimate village and a living piece of coastal history at the guests’ disposal.

Boats from Geitøya take you to Håholmen (a 5-minute trip). During the summer season, they follow a regular schedule, while from September to May, we transport guests by appointment.

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47 Houses
Restaurant Ytterbrygga
Silver Bell Pub
Meeting Rooms
Event Venues
Boat transport by appointment/schedule

Boat transport to Håholmen

Timetable between June 1 – August 31

From Geitøya/Atlanterhavsveien, there is a boat service to the island of Håholmen. During the summer season, the boats operate according to a set timetable, while between September and May, we pick up and drop off guests by arrangement. We utilize a high-speed boat for transportation.

Round trip prices:
Adult: 115 NOK
Children under 12 years old: Free
Overnight guests: Included in the room rate



47 rooms
Restaurant Ytterbrygga
Silver Bell Pub
Events and celebrations facilities
Outdoor seating
Boat transfer
Free Wi-Fi


Our rooms
Nespresso machine
Hair dryer

Near by

Bud 31 km
Kristiansund 33 km
Kristiansund Airport Kvernberget 38km
Molde Airport Årø 50 km
Molde 52 km