Whether you arrive at Seløy on Herøy by paddle, bike, car, or sea, Augustbryggo welcomes you.

Experience the coastal culture of Seløy and stay either in the traditional Nordlandshuset or in the fishing reception facility of Augustbryggo.


Adjacent to the restaurant, you’ll find the idyllic Nordlandshuset. In the past, many such houses were common in this region. Edvardahuset is one of these houses. They were often built, dismantled, and reassembled. If a family needed to move for various reasons, they would often take the house with them. Edvardahuset has been moved at least three times, from places including Korgen and Dønna, making it a historic Nordland house full of character. This is evident in the partially exposed timber within the house. The house is named after its last inhabitant, Edvarda.

Nordlandshuset has been renovated in an old style and features three bedrooms with two beds each and a “dormitory” with four beds, accommodating up to ten people in total. The house also includes a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a bathtub, toilet, shower, washing machine, and a sauna. There is also a terrace outside where guests can enjoy their morning coffee.

Familie sitter i et eldre nordlandshus i stuen Olav Breen / kystriksveien.no

The Fish Reception Facility

In stark contrast to the restaurant located in a decommissioned fish reception, the accommodation is situated on the west side of a bustling, modern fish reception still in operation. The quay bustles with activity as fishing boats dock, laden with fresh fish or shellfish, placing you close to the authentic North Norwegian coastal culture.

The fish reception offers 10 new double rooms. The rooms do not have private bathrooms, but there are 3 shared bathrooms, one handicap-accessible toilet, and a shared kitchen on the hallway for those who wish to prepare a sandwich or brew a cup of coffee. Guests also have access to a common balcony where they can enjoy their morning coffee, and free parking is available for overnight guests.

Augustbryggo is located on Seløy in the northern part of Herøy.

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Thank you for respecting the local communities, and for helping us preserve the natural beauty of Helgeland!


  • Strive to leave no trace of your visit. Bring back all your rubbish, including used toilet paper, and discard it in the nearest rubbish bin.
  • Plan your toilet visits and use the opportunity when you pass a toilet. In the wilderness, make sure you are not a nuisance to others.
  • Respect the local wildlife. Keep a good distance from wildlife, livestock and birds. Keep your dog leashed.
  • Respect private property. Keep a respectful distance from houses and cabins.
  • Show good boating sense. Keep a good distance from shore and drive at a low speed, especially when you are close to anyone or anything on the water, including birds or animals. Avoid loud and disturbing engine noise. Be aware that some islands and nature reserves are important nesting sites, and that going ashore is prohibited during the nesting season.
  • Follow the Norwegian Mountain Code (Fjellvettreglene). Plan your excursion according to the weather forecast, your skills and experience.
  • Join a guided excursion or consider hiring an experienced guide, especially when you don’t have sufficient experience or knowledge to guarantee a safe trip.

Herøy Islands

With its thousands of islands, islets, and skerries, the island municipality of Herøy is perfect for those who want an active seaside vacation.

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