Guesthouse and Youth Hostel
In the Guesthouse you can rent a bed in a 6 beds dormitory room. The dormitory is located on the upper floor. On the ground floor you can enjoy the living room, the kitchen, the toilets and bathroom.
No weelchair acces.
Café / Restaurant
At H8 restaurant you will be able to enjoy Greenandic food cooked Greenladic way. You can experience what we eat the way we eat in Greenland and enjoy Greenlandic fresh prodcuts hunted and fished by local hunters / fishermen.
We can offer you several activities. Summer time : cultural city tour, kayaking amoung the icebergs, boat tours, fishing, hiking, dogs feeding.
Winter time : Cultural city tour, dogsleding tours form 2 hours to a week, ice fishing.
Organized with local guides.
During your stay in Oqatsut we can organise several outdoor activities for you.
Dogsledding 2Hours, dogsledding day tours, dogsledding expedition, coffee with locals.
Oqaatsut settelement’s cultural tour.
Settelement cultural tour, kayaking, hiking, fishing, boat tour, coffee with locals.
A souvenir shop located in the restaurand is open everyday during restuarant’s opening time.
A family business
H8 Oqaatsut is runned by Charlotte Caquineau and her husband Julien Caquineau.
Charlotte is Greenlandic (Kalaaleq) born in ilulissat. She run the kitchen at H8 Restaurant where it is serve only local meal cooked local way. She want you to experience the way we live here in Oqaatsut, the way we eat.
Her husband Julien is French, he is arrived in Greenland for the first time in 2004. He is a hunter and fisherman so off course musher as well. He hunt and fish most of the products Charlotte will cook for you.
Charlotte and Julien have 3 adorable childrens. A daughter “Ulloriaq” and 2 sons “Nanuaraq” and “Aputsiaq”.
Here cleaning a seal skin with the traditional woman knife named “Ulo”. you might be able to see her preparing seal skin.
You might be able to go for a dogsled ride, from few hours to several days trip, during the winter season.
charlotte and Julien’s daughter here behind the sled wile her father, Julien, is driving.
Ulloriaq means “star” in Kalaallisut (Greenlandic).
Charlotte and Julien’s first son here waiting for his mum to fix his kamik (seal skin boots).
Nanuaraq means “young polar bear” in Kalaallisut (Greenlandic).
Charlotte and Julien’s last son here running behind the sled.
Aputsiaq means “snow flake” in Kalaallisut (Greenlandic).
Telephone : +299 948585 – email : firstname.lastname@example.org