North on the island Dønna lies this historic farm. Once a powerful farm, today a pleasant place for accommodation place with 800 years of history. Norway's first tractor was adopted precisely here in 1908. The farms has its own farmshop.
North on the island Dønna lies this historic farm. Once a powerful farm, today a pleasant place for accommodation place with 800 years of history. Norway's first tractor was adopted precisely here in 1908. You can stay in the "Red Room", "Flowers room" or any of the other cozy rooms. Rooms at Dønnes Farm has shared bathrooms and WC. At night you can relax in the library, eating homemade food and take a stroll in the English garden. You may also visit the farm shop.
This summer, Dønnes Farm will rent out the rooms departmentally. This is done with respect to infection control due to the corona situation, as there is no private bathroom for all rooms. Each section of the main house has 3 double rooms, the school room has 5 double rooms. Each department can only be rented out to people traveling together. This means that if there are only 2 people traveling together, 2 rooms in the ward will be left empty. For example, if 2 or 3 couples travel together, they can rent a department together.
Section 1: The Red Room, the Yellow Room and the Flower Room + Bathroom
Section 2: The Blue Room, The Green Room and the Northern Loft + Bathroom
Section 3: School room
Next to Dønnes Farm is Dønnes church. A medieval church that was raised as the farms private church. In summer there are regular guided tours of the church that is often referred to as North Norway's most beautiful church. Great views of the Helgelands archipelago is the award if you walk or drive up to mount Dønnesfjellet. This is one of the finest places to see the Midnight Sun if you visit in late June or the beginning of July. Dønnes Farm is awarded Olavsrosa (Norwegian Heritage).