Ona Havstuer – a gem in the open sea!

About Ona Havstuer

Ona, one of Norway’s southernmost fishing villages, is located at the edge of the sea on the Romsdal coast and is home to only 16 permanent residents. Ona Havstuer boasts a fantastic location right by the ferry dock with a beautiful view of the sea. Here, you can enjoy the season from May to September/October. We offer apartments, some with kitchens, and hotel rooms. All our accommodations meet modern comfort standards while being furnished in a style that matches the character of the buildings.


5 apartments
4 double rooms
Restaurant Ona
No dedicated meeting room, but the restaurant can be used
Open May – September/October

Double rooms and apartments

5 apartments
4 double rooms

At Ona, we have apartments and hotel rooms with a total of 30 beds. The rooms are equipped with quality beds from Wonderland, down duvets, Nespresso machines, and fragrant soap products from Molton Brown. Additionally, they are furnished in a style that suits the buildings.

Hotellrom på Ona
Et baderom på ved Ona Havstuer
Charming hotel rooms with beautiful view from your bed
Hotellrom på Ona Havstuer
Baderom på Ona Havstuer
Hotellrom på Ona Havstuer
Lune og koselige leiligheter  på fiskeværet Ona

Restaurant Ona

Ona Havstuer is a popular place for celebrations, and we can cater for up to 60 people. An event here is guaranteed to be a memorable experience. The restaurant is open during the summer season, but outside of this period, we open for pre-booked groups.

Set table in Restaurant Ona
Uteservering på Ona Havstuer

History – a fishing village through the centuries

Ona is one of Norway’s southernmost fishing villages, still home to 16 permanent residents. The name Ona derives from the Old Norse word “(v)ón,” meaning “hope,” likely reflecting the area’s rich fishing opportunities. Originally, the fishing village was owned by the king.

Ona has been a functioning fishing village for several hundred years. In 1728, the “væreierloven” (the Owner’s Law) was enacted, transferring ownership of the island to private hands. This law regulated the relationship between landowners and workers and remained in effect until 1902.

Ona guest harbor

Harbor depth: 3.5 meters at the lowest low tide

Mooring: 48 m long one-sided floating dock

Nearest fuel filling: Finnøy Bryggehotell on Finnøya


  • Harbor fee from NOK 200
  • NOK 50 for short stays (2-3 hours)

Harbor contact: Oddgeir Viken | Mobile: +47 915 71 618.



Tea or coffee maker
Own shower/toilet
Free Wi-Fi

Near by

Right by the sea
Ferry pier