Norway’s wild and wonderful Kitchen On The Edge Of The World — The Telegraph

This 2019 review by Chris Madigan, who writes for the Telegraph, captures what he describes as the ‘amplified cosiness’ of a weekend at Holmen Lofoten. It’s a level of ‘cosy’ that you can only hope to achieve when nature is at its most unruly… and applies whether you’re out in the midst of it or inside watching it from behind a hot mug of something. It’s the promise, every day of your visit, of dinner with smashed-slate-sea views, hiking for happiness, and talk of catching cod for ‘hopeless fishermen’. 

Click here to read the full piece, close your eyes and try to feel it for yourself. 

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