Molja Lighthouse

Price includes

Overnight stay in Molja Lighthouse

5-course menu at restaurant Apotekergata No.5

Chocolate and sparkling wine on arrival

Breakfast basket delivered to the lighthouse

When hoteliers Knut and Line Flakk wanted a luminous landmark for Brosundet, they procured a hundred-year lease to a lighthouse owned by the City of Ålesund. Molja Lighthouse stands at the end of a jetty, a five-minute walk from our other rooms in Apotekergata. Measuring only three meters across, the 150-year-old Molja Lighthouse presented a delightful challenge to our interior architect and carpenters. Downstairs they made an elegant and amazingly compact bathroom. Upstairs is a circular bedroom with a custom-fitted bed. You’ll appreciate that when you lie in bed and peer west toward Godøya Island and the Atlantic, watching the Hurtigruten coastal steamer glide by. Today, Molja’s red-and-green beacon is automated but still guides ships into sheltered waters. It’s a thrilling experience, whether the setting midsummer sun has turned sea and sky golden, or an autumn storm is sending salty sprays high into the air.


Custom designed Queens size bed

Bathroom with shower

Sprekenhus amenities

Hair dryer

Bathrobe and slippers

Complementary wifi

Complementary access to Sundet gym & bad

Book room